14 October 2012
CMS students' team leaves for Sri Lanka to participate in Asia Pacific Quality Conference

Lucknow, October 14: An 18-member students' team of City Montessori School, Kanpur Road campus led by its Principal Dr Vineeta Kamran left for Sri Lanka to participate in Asia Pacific Quality Conference. Mr Hari Om Sharma, Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS informed. Mr Sharma informed that the team was bid a hearty farewell at the Amausi Airport by the teachers, students and parents who garlanded them and wished them good luck to achieve success. This significant conference is organized in Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka by Asia Pacific Quality Organization in which CMS Quality team shall be showcasing its project on mitigating excessive and negative stresses of students through various proactive strategies like proper time management, striking a balance between studies and extracurricular activities including yogas and pranayam and also by pursuing meaningful education that encompasses the trilogy human, material and divine education for the holistic development of students. This team will return to country on 19th October.

             Mr Sharma informed that student members of CMS Kanpur Road delegation which has left for Sri Lanka to attend Asia Pacific Quality Conference comprises Ms. Khayati, Ms Ritika, Ms Vaishnavi, Mst. Vishwesh, Mst. Rishabh Raj, Mst. Tejasv Chauhan, Ms Manya Sachdeva, Mst. Ankit Rathore, Mst. Anchit Tiwari,  Ms. Moli Tiwari, Mst. Shaurya Srivastava and Ms. Vanya Mehrotra. Dr Mrs Vineeta Kamran, the Principal is the Chief Coordinator of the delegation, Mr. P.K. Shukla is the delegation leader, Mrs Kalpana Nagpure is the deputy leader and Ms Sangeeta Srivastava and Mr Sapandeep Singh are the facilitators. Mr P.C.Bihari is the mentor of CMS QC team.

          Mr Sharma informed that during this visit of Sri Lanka, Principal of CMS Kanpur Road campus Dr Vineeta Kamran and QC Expert P.C. Bihari in Sri Lankan cities of Colombo and Ratnapura. This will be a forward-thinking conference examining sustainable economic development and business excellence through quality, environment and safety in the private and public sectors.

            Mr Sharma said that credit to include quality concept in education goes to Dr (Mrs) Vineeta Kamran, Principal, CMS Kanpur Road campus and her efforts established Students' Quality Control Circle in various parts of world. Under Dr Kamran's guidance Students' Quality Control Circles are established in UK, Nepal, Bangladesh, America, Mauritius, Sri Lanka, Germany, Kuwait, Turkey, Israel, Hong Kong, Qatar, Iran, Malaysia, Philippines, Pakistan and Sri Lanka and they all are on their path to make their students TQP (Total Quality Person).

(Hari Om Sharma)
Chief Public Relations Officer
City Montessori School, Lucknow