Information About the school

General information about the school, accreditation and affiliation

About CMS

City Montessori School (CMS) is a co-ed K-12 day school running in 19 campuses across the city of Lucknow, the state capital of Uttar Pradesh. Founded in 1959 by Drs Jagdish and Bharti Gandhi with the motto Jai Jagat (‘victory to the world’) based on the ancient wisdom of Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam (the whole earth is my family) and inspired by the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi and social reformer Sant Vinobha Bhave. Jai Jagat has been the school's greeting from the beginning.

The school is affiliated to the Delhi-based Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) which offers the ICSE (class 10) and ISC (class 12) qualifications, and is also affiliated with the Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) UK, which offers the iGCSE (class 10) and A-Level (class 12) qualifications. Of the 18 campuses of CMS, four campuses go upto grade 8 and are recognized by the Basic Education Department of the Government of Uttar Pradesh.

The school has a strong academic reputation, producing large cohorts of high-scoring students in the school-leaving board exams: four CMS campuses are ranked in the Top 10 schools of India for graduating the largest cohorts of class XII ISC students with an aggregate mark of 90 percent or more. The school places emphasis on children's all-round development through art, music, dance, drama, sport, debating, MUNs, international exchange with students abroad, the Junior Youth Empowerment Programme, etc.

CMS offers uniquely progressive 21st century schooling with special emphasis on nurturing human values, character development and peace education. In 2002, CMS was awarded the UNESCO Prize for Peace Education, the only school worldwide to have been conferred this accolade for “promoting values of education for peace and tolerance”. In 2013, the Guinness Book of Records certified CMS as the world’s largest school in a city.

CMS Society is an NGO associated with the United Nations (UNDPI) for promoting the UN ideals.

Curriculum

  • Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE)
  • Indian School Certificate (ISC)
  • International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE)
  • Advanced Level (A-Level)

Admission Policy

  • Application for admission is made to the Principal of the concerned campus on a prescribed application form.
  • Admission to Pre-Primary classes and Playgroup is made according to the age of the child - 3 years of age for Montessori class; 4 years of age for Nursery class, and 5 years of age for Kindergarten (KG) class. A child's ability is also taken into consideration. Birth certificate issued by the Municipal Corporation is required, but in case it is unavailable, alternative IDs are acceptable.
  • Admission in Classes III and above is taken on the basis of previous year's result and performance in a written test conducted by the school followed by an interview with the Principal.

The admission policy of CMS is contained in the CMS Dossier which goes to the home of all students with the annual exam report card at the end of each year, in preparation for the start of the new academic year. It is also given to prospective parents who make an admission query. The Dossier sets out the school’s admission policies and procedures, the Rules of the school, the school uniform in detail, and the school’s fee structure and payment schedule.


Details of facilities including hostel, sports, co-curricular activities and extra-curricular activities

Sports

Games and sports are an integral part of CMS education through which students are meaningfully engaged with their education, helping in increasingtheir academic performance, school attendance and inculcating in them life skills.

Apart from existing big, natural grass playgrounds at CMS Aliganj, Kanpur Road and Rajajipuram I campuses, modern astroturf and polygrass fields for team games like hockey, basketball, and football have been developed at CMS Gomti Nagar I, Gomti Nagar II, Rajendranagar I and Rajendranagar II campuses. International cricket matches are played under state-of-the-art floodlights that have been installed at the cricket stadium of CMS Kanpur Road campus, which also organized the hugely successful CISCE National Cricket Tournament this academic session. RDSO organized “EXSPO” International 2019 in 15 sporting disciplines. International teams from a number of countries participated in the International football tournament “Concord” which was organized by CMS Station Road campus. Like every year, inter-campus games and sports competitions were held in football, basketball, table tennis, karate, judo, cricket, yoga athletics, swimming, etc. CMS students brought laurels to the school by winning numerous awards at the zonal, state, national and SGFI (Sports and Games Federation of India) levels.

Professionally qualified sports and physical education teachers diligently nurtured the sporting talent of students. Some of the sporting achievements in 2021-22 have been:

S.No

NAME OF CAMPUS

NAME OF STUDENT

CLASS & SECTION

DATE

CATEGORY (PRIMARY/
JUNIOR/SENIOR)

EVENT/SPORT

POSITION HELD

LEVEL- DIST/STATE/
NAT/INTERNATIONAL

1

CMS STATION ROAD

ADITYA AGARWAL

XI C

20.10.2021

SENIOR

TAEKWONDO (kata)

Ist

STATE LEVEL

2

CMS STATION ROAD

ADITYA AGARWAL

XI C

20.10.2021

SENIOR

TAEKWONDO (fight)

IIIrd

STATE LEVEL

3

CMS STATION ROAD

MAHIKA GUPTA

X C

20.10.2021

SENIOR

TAEKWONDO(kata)

Ist

STATE LEVEL

4

CMS STATION ROAD

MAHIKA GUPTA

X C

20.10.2021

SENIOR

TAEKWONDO (fight)

IIIrd

STATE LEVEL

5

CMS STATION ROAD

SWASTIK TIWARI

NURSERY B

1.11.2021

PRE - PRIMARY

ABHYUDAYA

Ist

INTER SCHOOL

6

CMS STATION ROAD

AGRIMA CHAUHAN

IV C

14.2.2022

PRIMARY

ACROYOGA

IInd

INTER NATIONAL

7

CMS STATION ROAD

MOHD HAMMAD

IX C

18.11.2021

SENIOR

ROLLER SKATES

IInd

STATE LEVEL

8

CMS STATION ROAD

LIBA KHAN

VII A

22.12.2021

JUNIOR

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

Ist

INTER SCHOOL

9

CMS STATION ROAD

PALAK TIWARI

VIII A

22.12.2021

JUNIOR

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

Ist

INTER SCHOOL

10

CMS STATION ROAD

SHREYEE

VI A

22.12.2021

JUNIOR

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

IInd

INTER SCHOOL

11

CMS STATION ROAD

HRITIKA

VII B

22.12.2021

JUNIOR

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

IInd

INTER SCHOOL

12

CMS STATION ROAD

SHIKHA SINGH

VII C

22.12.2021

JUNIOR

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

IInd

INTER SCHOOL

13

CMS STATION ROAD

AVIRAL RAJPAL

VIII A

22.12.2021

JUNIOR

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

Ist

INTER SCHOOL

14

CMS STATION ROAD

MAYANK VERMA

VII C

22.12.2021

JUNIOR

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

Ist

INTER SCHOOL

15

CMS STATION ROAD

VISHAL

VII A

22.12.2021

JUNIOR

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

IInd

INTER SCHOOL

16

CMS STATION ROAD

UTKARSH GUPTA

VII C

22.12.2021

JUNIOR

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

IInd

INTER SCHOOL

17

CMS STATION ROAD

Priya Soni

Teacher

Yoga

District

18

CMS STATION ROAD

Priya Soni

Teacher

Yoga

State

19

Aliganj-I

Utkarsh Shukla

Passed out

Jan 22

Passed out

Football

Selected in VIERA UNION CLUB SPAIN

INTER NATIONAL

20

Aliganj-I

Arundhati Singh Dagur
(Selected by AITA in the top 25 players of India)

7-G

21-Jan-22

Girls Under 16

Lawn Tennis

Ist

National Level
Rohtak Haryana

21

Aliganj-I

Riya Malini

7-I

sep 21

Girls Under 14

Karate

Ist

State Level

22

Aliganj-I

Shreya Malini

4-C

sep 21

Girls Under 12

Karate

IInd

State Level

23

Aliganj-I

Tanishka Verma

3-D

Dec 21

Girls Under 12

Taekwondo

Ist

District Level

24

Aliganj-I

Shaurya Shukla

5-C

Dec 21

Boys under 12

Taekwondo

Ist

District Level

25

Aliganj-I

March Past

9 to 11

26-Jan-22

Boys

Republic Day

Ist

Open

26

Jopling Road

Shreyas Srivastava

VII

23-Dec 21

Cadet

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

IIIrd

Inter school

27

Jopling Road

Raghav Sahu

VI

23-Dec 21

Cadet

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

IIIrd

Inter school

28

Jopling Road

Sofia

III

23-Dec 21

Sub-Junior

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

IIIrd

Inter school

29

Jopling Road

Sparsh

IV

23-Dec 21

Sub-Junior

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

Participation

Inter school

30

Jopling Road

Vinanjay

V

23-Dec 21

Sub-Junior

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

Participation

Inter school

31

Jopling Road

Mohd. Arsh

VII

23-Dec 21

Cadet

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

Participation

Inter school

32

Jopling Road

Kshitij

IV

23-Dec 21

Sub-Junior

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

Participation

Inter school

33

Rajendra Nagar-1

KSHITIZ RAJ SINHA

VI F

01-Nov-21

Junior

TENNIS

Ist

STATE LEVEL

34

Rajendra Nagar-1

MOHD. ABDUL HADI

I

Primary

YOGASANA SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP

Ist

DISTRICT LEVEL

35

Rajendra Nagar-1

REPUBLIC DAY PARADE

26-Jan-22

DRILL

Ist

36

Rajendra Nagar-II

Adarsh Singh

II A

YOGA

Ist

District Level

37

Rajendra Nagar-II

Yatharth Prajapati

Nursery

YOGA

II nd

District Level

38

Rajendra Nagar-II

Saud Samshad

V A

YOGA

II nd

District Level

39

Kanpur Road

Manaswini Manha Singh

IV D

23-Dec-21`

29 KG

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

Ist

Inter School

40

Kanpur Road

Swastika Singh

IX F

23-Dec-21`

44 KG

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

II nd

Inter School

41

Kanpur Road

Aalekh patel

II-I

16-Oct-21

Primary

Roler Skates

Ist

District

42

Kanpur Road

Aditya Pratap singh

VII- I

16-Oct-21

Primary

Roler Skates

III rd

District

43

Kanpur Road

REPUBLIC DAY PARADE

26-Jan-22

Brass Band

Ist

44

Kanpur Road

REPUBLIC DAY PARADE

26-Jan-22

Pipe Band

Ist

45

Kanpur Road

REPUBLIC DAY PARADE

26-Jan-22

Drill

Ist

46

Asharfabad

Mohd Aahil

II B

Primary

YOGA

Ist

DISTRICT LEVEL

47

Asharfabad

Rehan Hussain

V A

Primary

YOGA

Ist

DISTRICT LEVEL

48

Asharfabad

Ayan ali

IX A

Senior

YOGA

Ist

DISTRICT LEVEL

49

Asharfabad

Ayan ali

IX A

Senior

YOGA

III rd

STATE LEVEL

50

Asharfabad

Mohd Ali

IV B

Primary

YOGA

III rd

STATE LEVEL

51

Asharfabad

Marziya Jamal Naqvi

VII B

23-Dec 21

Junior

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

Ist

INTER SCHOOL

52

Indira Nagar

Rudra Singh Chauhan

IX C

23-Dec 21

Junior

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

Ist

INTER SCHOOL

53

Indira Nagar

Pratush Singh Chauhan

VI B

23-Dec 21

Sub Junior

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

II nd

INTER SCHOOL

54

Mahanagar

Abheesth Khare

VII E

13- Nov-21

Junior

CHESS

Ist

INTER SCHOOL

55

Mahanagar

REPUBLIC DAY PARADE

26-Jan-22

DANCE

Ist

56

RDSO

Akriti Saini

III A

18 and 19-Dec-21

Primary

Karate

Ist

DISTRICT LEVEL

57

RDSO

Raj Yadav

V B

18 and 19-Dec-21

Primary

karate

Ist

DISTRICT LEVEL

58

RDSO

Ranveer singh

VII B

18 and 19-Dec-21

Junior

Karate

Ist

DISTRICT LEVEL

59

RDSO

Avantika Saini

VII A

23-Dec 21

Junior

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

Ist

INTER SCHOOL

60

RDSO

Avani Yadav

VI A

23-Dec 21

Junior

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

Ist

INTER SCHOOL

61

RDSO

Akriti Saini

III A

23-Dec 21

Primary

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

III rd

INTER SCHOOL

62

RDSO

Kartik Singh Patel

IX B 2

23-Dec 21

Senior

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

III rd

INTER SCHOOL

63

RDSO

REPUBLIC DAY PARADE

26-Jan-22

FLAG MARCH GIRLS

Ist

64

CHOWK

SIDDHI GUPTA

KG

02 & 03-OCT-21

PRE-PRIMARY

YOGA

Ist

DISTRICT LEVEL

65

CHOWK

ARNAV

KG

02 & 03-OCT-21

PRE-PRIMARY

YOGA

II nd

DISTRICT LEVEL

66

CHOWK

ANSH BHARTI

IV

02 & 03-OCT-21

PRIMARY

YOGA

III rd

DISTRICT LEVEL

67

CHOWK

VARISHA BEG

V

02 & 03-OCT-21

PRIMARY

YOGA

II nd

DISTRICT LEVEL

68

CHOWK

UMMAY FARWAH

VIII

02 & 03-OCT-21

JUNIOR

YOGA

II nd

DISTRICT LEVEL

69

CHOWK

INSHA HUSSAIN

IX

02 & 03-OCT-21

SENIOR

YOGA

II nd

DISTRICT LEVEL

70

CHOWK

MRIDUL KASHYAP

X

02 & 03-OCT-21

SENIOR

YOGA

Ist

DISTRICT LEVEL

71

CHOWK

AVIRAL GUPTA

III

12-July-21

PRIMARY

BOXING

Ist

DISTRICT LEVEL

72

CHOWK

ANURAG SETH

XI

23-Dec 21

SENIOR

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

Ist

INTER SCHOOL

73

CHOWK

MUSTAFA ALI

VI

23-Dec 21

JUNIOR

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

II nd

INTER SCHOOL

74

CHOWK

SHABANA

VII

23-Dec 21

JUNIOR

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

III rd

INTER SCHOOL

75

GN II

Aaradhya

VI B

26 OCT - 31 OCT-21

JUNIOR

TAEKWONDO

Ist

OPEN UP STATE

76

GN II

Karan Singh

VI I

26 OCT - 31 OCT-21

JUNIOR

TAEKWONDO

Ist

OPEN UP STATE

77

GN II

Arjun Singh

VI B

26 OCT - 31 OCT-21

JUNIOR

TAEKWONDO

Ist

OPEN UP STATE

78

GN II

Ayanti Thakur

VII E

26 OCT - 31 OCT-21

JUNIOR

TAEKWONDO

Ist

OPEN UP STATE

79

GN II

Yashasvi

VII D

26 OCT - 31 OCT-21

JUNIOR

TAEKWONDO

Ist

OPEN UP STATE

80

GN II

Vipul Gautam

VII B

26 OCT - 31 OCT-21

JUNIOR

TAEKWONDO

Ist

OPEN UP STATE

81

GN II

Anvesh Kumar

VII D

26 OCT - 31 OCT-21

JUNIOR

TAEKWONDO

Ist

OPEN UP STATE

82

GN II

Daksh Gautam

VII G

26 OCT - 31 OCT-21

JUNIOR

TAEKWONDO

Ist

OPEN UP STATE

83

GN II

Sheetal Narayan

VIII B

26 OCT - 31 OCT-21

JUNIOR

TAEKWONDO

Ist

OPEN UP STATE

84

GN II

Tanmai Singh Paliwal

VIII B

26 OCT - 31 OCT-21

JUNIOR

TAEKWONDO

Ist

OPEN UP STATE

85

GN II

Anjali Sagar

VII A

30-Nov 21

JUNIOR

500 MTRS

1st

DISTRICT LEVEL

86

GN II

Allina Hider

Nursery

29-Oct 21

PRIMARY

TAEKWONDO

1st

OPEN UP STATE

87

GN II

Aarav Thakur

V B

29-Oct 21

PRIMARY

TAEKWONDO

1st

OPEN UP STATE

88

GN II

Lyra Singh

I G

30- Oct 21

PRIMARY

ROLLER SKATING

1st

DISTRICT LEVEL

89

GN II

Shivi Sagar

III H

30- Oct 21

PRIMARY

ROLLER SKATING

1st

DISTRICT LEVEL

90

GN II

Anurag Singh

XII E

19-Nov 21

SENIOR

ATHLETICS

III rd

DISTRICT LEVEL

91

GN II

REPUBLIC DAY PARADE

26-Jan-22

MARCH PAST GIRLS

Ist

92

RJPM II

Vaanya Awasthi

V B

16-Oct-21

Roller Skating

1st

DISTRICT LEVEL

93

RJPM II

Devansh Shukla

V B

16-Oct-21

Roller Skating

1st

DISTRICT LEVEL

94

RJPM II

Suryansh Singh

VII

16-Oct-21

Roller Skating

1st

DISTRICT LEVEL

95

RJPM II

Atharva kr verma

III

20-Oct-21

TAEKWONDO

III rd

STATE LEVEL

96

RJPM II

Siddhima Singh

V A

21-Dec-21

Roll Ball

II nd

STATE LEVEL

97

RJPM II

Darshi gupta

II

23-Dec-21

PRIMARY

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

II nd

INTER SCHOOL

98

RJPM I

Aarav Gupta

V D

11-Oct-21

PRIMARY

YOGA

III rd

DISTRICT

99

RJPM I

Riddhima Singh

V D

11-Oct-21

PRIMARY

YOGA

III rd

DISTRICT

100

RJPM I

Anurag Verma

IV E

21-Feb-21

PRIMARY

TAEKWONDO

1st

NATIONAL

101

RJPM I

Shivansh Kumar

VII E

11-Oct-21

Junior

YOGA

II nd

DISTRICT

102

RJPM I

Sundaram Singh

IX B

Mar-21

Senior

Shooting 10 Mtr

II nd

STATE LEVEL

103

GN I

Ojas pandey

IV-A

23-Dec-21

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

1st

INTER SCHOOL

104

GN I

2 Vartika Singh

II-B

23-Dec-21

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

1st

INTER SCHOOL

105

GN I

3 Maysha Khan

V-A

23-Dec-21

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

1st

INTER SCHOOL

106

GN I

4 Vaishnavi

VI-E

23-Dec-21

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

1st

INTER SCHOOL

107

GN I

5 Prithvi

VIII-E

23-Dec-21

SUBAK (TAEKWONDO)

1st

INTER SCHOOL

Western Classical Music:

Students have an opportunity to learn Western Classical Music in CMS campuses, which apart from being a source of joy to the learner, also facilitates the development of cognitive skills and abilities. Violin lessons using sheet music are provided by a professional classical violinist and singing lessons, again via sheet music, by a trained western classical singer.

Interested students take violin and singing lessons during school hours on a one-to-one basis. This individual (one-to-one) tuition is timetabled such that it causes minimal disruption to academic classes, and enables students to master playing technique, to learn to practice at home, and to have their specific learning needs and interests attended to.

Interested students take violin and singing lessons during school hours on a one-to-one basis. This individual (one-to-one) tuition is timetabled such that it causes minimal disruption to academic classes, and enables students to master playing technique, to learn to practice at home, and to have their specific learning needs and interests attended to.

Participation in International Events

CMS organizes 25 - 28 International Events (mostly once a year, though some are once in two years) to give our students a platform to participate and showcase their abilities. These events are organized on a variety of subjects such as Geography, Computer Science, History, English language, Science and Technology, Bio-technology, Maths and Sports. Apart from honing their talents in the subject, students’ participation in these events promotes cultural understanding, peaceful co-existence and unity in young minds. Such a stimulating environment lets children appreciate first-hand the similarities and celebrate the differences between people from all over the country and the world. They recognise how despite our differences, we are one people, united in our diversity which makes us stronger. Children gain enormous confidence and these are experiences of a lifetime. Instead of being confined to the local reality in Lucknow, children experience a wider reality which has important impact on their whole psychology and on how they relate to each other.

These events and competitions give CMS students an opportunity to compete as per international standards. The International Conference of Chief Justices of the World (ICCJW) is the biggest event organized and hosted by CMS, where students get a chance to interact with various Heads of States, Chief Justices and Judges of different countries, to discuss contemporary global problems and their solutions.

The international events for students are listed below:

The international events for Principals / Educators are listed below:

The international events for Society are listed below:

Junior Youth Empowerment Programme (JYEP)

The Junior Youth Empowerment Programme (JYEP) is an international programme adapted by CMS for the empowerment of its students in the junior section (classes 6-8) as part of its school curriculum. This programme provides an opportunity to nurture the capacities of junior youth, empowering them to fulfil their potential for initiating individual and social transformation, enhancing young people’s powers of expression and developing their ability to work with peers in unity, to think critically, to make responsible choices, and to engage in acts of service to their communities.

The programme trains volunteer students from the senior section (classes 9, 10 and 11) to become ‘animators’ for the junior youth (classes 6, 7 and 8) in their own campuses. The JYEP coordinator of the campus helps each animator to form a group of 12-14 junior youth (JY) and to facilitate the study of the JYEP books and service projects with the members of their groups in designated time slots. Bonds of friendship and a group identity are formed as the junior youth and their animator go through this process for three years. The service projects in JYEP help students to develop virtues and skills. Animators and junior youth first discuss the issues they see in their schools or communities, and then decide what kind of feasible service projects they can embark on, to improve the situation in their locality and society.

The JYEP programme helps students to enhance their intellectual, social, emotional, artistic and moral capabilities, based on educational concepts which are unique in the field of educational theory and practice.

International Children’s Film Festival

The International Children’s Film Festival in April 2019, which screened children’s films from 94 countries, was graced by Bollywood film personalities, child stars and celebrities. More than one lakh children of Lucknow from all kinds of schools and around 40,000 students from CMS flocked to watch children’s educative cinema at CMS.

International Video-Conference for dialogue between students

CMS’s active presence in the Tony Blair Faith Foundation’s (TBFF) “Face to Faith” project was further consolidated during the year. Now known as “Generation Global”, the programme is helping students shape their future in a world of relentless change and diversity, giving them the skills and experience they need to navigate differences and dissensions in a peaceful way. High quality and engaging video conferences and blogging between students and communities marked a further qualitative rise in using technology to build bridges across countries and cultures in 2019. Many CMS students have been immersed in an entirely new experience that allows them to explore, articulate, and develop their own views, while encountering and considering the views of others. By learning about and from one another, students tackle misconceptions and prejudices head-on. Junior class students from most of the CMS campuses have participated (several times) this year in meaningful dialogue with their counterparts schools in Ukraine, Indonesia, Philippines, USA, Pakistan, Israel and United Kingdom.

International Visits by CMS students and teachers

  • A 66-member CMS delegation went on a 13-day educational tour to NASA Space Centre, Florida, USA from 13 – 24 June 2019 where they observed the Kennedy Space Centre’s Astronaut Training Experience Program and visited the UN General Assembly Hall at the UN Headquarters in New York to perform Yoga on the 4th International Yoga Day.
  • Dr Jagdish Gandhi, Founder-Manager, CMS, Dr (Mrs) Bharti Gandhi, Foudner-Director, CMS and Mr Sandeep Srivastava, Project Leader, ICCJW, CMS, went to Cairo, Egypt to attend the 3rd Cairo High Level Meeting of the Chief Justices of the African Constitutional and Supreme Courts and Councils, from 16 – 19 February 2019.
  • Dr Jagdish Gandhi, Founder-Manager, CMS and Mr Sandeep Srivastava went to Launda, Angola to attend The Conference of Constitutional Jurisdictions of Africa from 9 – 13 June 2019.
  • A 23-member delegation from Kanpur Road and Aliganj I Campuses went to Mauritius from 22 – 27 July 2019 to participate in Quality Youth Initiatives.
  • A 42-member delegation of students, teachers and Principals, led by Mrs Abha Anant, Principal, Gomti Nagar I, Mrs Aruna Naidu, Principal, RDSO, Mrs Vera Hajela, Principal, Station Road Campus and Mrs Ruchi Bhuwan Joshi, Principal, Indira Nagar Campus, went to Durban, South Africa to participate in South Africa International Mathematics Competition (SAIMC) from 1 – 6 August 2019.
  • A 10-member delegation of Gomti Nagar I Campus went to Tokoname, Japan to participate in International School-to-School Experience Exchange Programme from 5 – 20 October 2019.
  • 4 CISV delegations of 11-year-old students from CMS Indira Nagar and Gomti Nagar Campus I together with their teachers, participated in month-long CISV Camps held in France, Norway and Australia in July and December 2019.
  • 2 CISV delegations of 14-15 years old students from CMS Gomti Nagar Campuses I and II together with their teachers, participated in CISV Step Up Camps held in Hungary and Austria in June and July 2019.
  • A CISV delegation of 13-14 years old students from CMS Mahanagar Campus together with their teacher, participated in CISV Youth Meeting Camp held in Norway in April 2019.
  • Mr Shishir Srivastava, Head, International Relations, CMS and Mr Arif, JE, Kanpur Road Campus, went to Busan, South Korea from 20 – 24 August 2019

Safety and Security Committee Workshops

All the CMS campuses have a proper constituted Safety and Security Committee headed by the respective Principal. The Committee holds meetings at regular intervals and decides about the policies and action points to improve the functioning of the Committee and make it more effective. The minutes of every meeting are drafted and a copy is sent to the CMS Head Office.

Environment Health & Safety Officer

CMS has appointed an Environment Health and Safety Officer, who pays visits to all the campuses with a viewpoint to inspect and keep a check on the environmental health and the implementation of safety norms at the campuses. A properly drafted report is sent to the Head Office, from where it’s ensured that any issue if raised is solved at the earliest.


Details of student to space ratio and student to teacher ratio

Total area per student (sqft)*
No of students per teacher**
49.84 sqft per student
28.26 students per teacher

* Total area includes total built-up area and playgrounds.
** Total teacher count includes all teaching staff such as subject teachers, music and dance teachers, PETs, lab incharges, art teachers, foreign languages teachers.


Details of Salaries of Teachers in academic year 2020-21, 2022-23

Year 2020-21

Wanted Teacher Advertiesment for the session 2020-21

Year 2022-23

Wanted Teacher Advertiesment for the session 2022-23


Calendar of major events being organized by the recognised school, throughout the academic year for the students

S. No

Name of the event

Date

To

1

International Conference on Character Education and Future Impact

02-02-2019

03-02-2019

2

Commonwealth Youth Conference (CYC)

06-03-2019

-

3

CONCORD International - International Football Tournament

31-03-2019

04-04-2019

4

International Children's Film Festival

04-04-2019

12-04-2019

5

Music Workshop and Concert

14-04-2019

-

6

Meritorious Students' Felicitation Function

29-06-2019

-

7

International Media Conference

28-07-2019

-

8

QUEST International - International Festival of Biotechnology

03-08-2019

06-08-2019

9

Meritorious Students' Felicitation Function - 1st Comparative Examinations for class XII

03-08-2019

-

10

Meritorious Students' Felicitation Function - 1st Comparative Examinations for class X

06-08-2019

-

11

8th ODYSSEY International - International Literary Festival

21-08-2019

25-08-2019

12

6th REFLECTIONS International - International Youth Festival of History and Civics

31-08-2019

03-09-2019

13

Teachers Day Function

04-09-2019

-

14

Gandhi Jayanti Celebration

02-10-2019

-

15

International Teenager Mathematical Olympiad (ITMO)

13-10-2019

17-10-2019

16

EXSPO International - International Sports Olympiad

19-10-2019

22-10-2019

17

Meritorious Students' Felicitation Function - 2nd Comparative Examinations for class XII

31-10-2019

-

18

International Youth Convention on Commerce and Economics (IYCCE)

01-11-2019

04-11-2019

19

Meritorious Students' Felicitation Function - 2nd Comparative Examinations for class X

02-11-2019

-

20

International Day of Tolerance

3-11-2019

-

21

International Conference of Chief Justices of the World

06-11-2019

12-11-2019

22

GEOFEST International - International Geography Olympiad

15-11-2019

19-11-2019

23

International Convention on Students’ Quality Control Circle (ICSQCC)

26-11-2019

01-12-2019

24

Confluence International - World Peace Festival

04-12-2019

07-12-2019

25

International Environment Olympiad

12-12-2019

15-12-2019

26

Children International Summer Village Camp (CISV)

28-12-2019

24-01-2020

27

International Conference of Pre-primary and Primary Principals

01-02-2020

03-02-2020

28

CELESTA International

09-08-2020

12-08-2020

29

World Quality Summit and International Educational Technology Development Programme

22-08-2020

26-08-2020

30

MACFAIR International - International Maths, Science and Computer Fair

29-08-2020

01-09-2020

31

Climatica International - International Youth Festival of Mathematics

11-10-2020

16-10-2020

32

WIZMIC International - International Youth Festival of Mathematics

17-10-2020

20-10-2020

33

COFAS International - International Competition on Computer Science

28-10-2020

31-10-2020

34

International Young Mathematicians’ Convention (IYMC)

13-11-2020

16-11-2020

35

QUANTA International - International Youth Festival of Science

19-11-2020

23-11-2020

36

The SAM International (Sports, Arts, Music) - Equation for Collaboration

19-11-2020

23-11-2020

37

International School Cricket Premier League (ISCPL)

27-11-2020

03-12-2020

38

EUREKA International - International Educational and Cultural Festival

13-12-2020

16-12-2020

39

Children International Summer Village Camp (CISV)

28-12-2020

24-01-2021

40

International School-to-school exchange (ISSE)

-

-

41 International Yoga Day 21-06-2021  

Calendar of major events being organized by the recognised school, throughout the academic year for teacher training and staff development programmes

Trainings for Teaching Staff

Educational technology, curriculum and school guidelines are constantly changing, making it hard for teachers to keep up with the latest trends and innovations in education. To enable teachers to develop skills, new strategies and best practices according to the latest standards in education, CMS embraced various path breaking programs at several of its campuses in 2021-22.

"When we least expect it, life sets us a challenge to test our courage and willingness to change.” Paulo Coelho

When Covid-19 made it mandatory for people to sit indoors, online teaching and learning came as a panacea. School closures and strict containment measures meant more and more families relying on technology and digital solutions to keep their children learning, entertained and connected to the outside world. Since the coronavirus outbreak forced the educational institutes to adopt the online classes, City Montessori School Family including Administrators, IT Professionals, Educators, Parents and Students worked to manage an inordinately difficult situation as best as they could.

Maintaining a consistent quality standard across a large number of teachers necessitates a high degree of shared knowledge. With this purpose in mind, the administration left no stone unturned to train and transform the staff into world class educators by conducting innumerable workshops and webinars. It not only prepared the teachers to continue to move pedagogy forward towards creating flexible and adaptable systems that promote reimagined hybrid models of education but also filled them with confidence to welcome the learners to the new normal. Some such activities practised by the school to support online teaching are: Flipped Classrooms, Power Point Presentations, Experiential Learning Projects, Various Online competitions and Assessments, Virtual International Events etc.

Teachers were being imparted online training by the Centre for School Improvement (CSI). All these innovative measures were intended to provide an enhanced educational paradigm.


A detailed list of the trainings/ workshops for the CMS teaching staff for the session 2021-22

S. No

Date

Workshop

Conducted for

Conducted by

1

June 2021

  • Integration of Language with Literature
  • Guidelines for different subjects
  • Hands on activities for Mathematics
  • Assessment pattern for Classes I & II and III to V

All teachers of all subjects
(I – V)
United World School

Centre for School Improvement

2

14 July 2021

Discussion on Experiential Learning Projects – What, Why, How and When

All teachers of Classes III to V United World School

Centre for School Improvement

3

19, 20, 22, 29, 30 and 31 July 2021

Spoken English workshops – Drill of commonly mispronounced words, reading and writing skill development activities.

Pre Primary and Primary teachers
All Campuses

Centre for School Improvement

4

 

20 July 2021

Integration of Language with Literature

Teachers of English Classes III to V
Aliganj Campus I

Centre for School Improvement

5

22 July 2021

Discussion on Online Assessment Plan [2021-22]

Junior Teachers
All Campuses

Centre for School Improvement

6

3, 4, 5 August 2021

Discussion on Experiential Learning Projects and the Rubrics to mark them (for Term I) (Vision 2025)

All teachers of Classes III, IV and V
All Campuses

Centre for School Improvement

7

5 August 2021

Discussion on Experiential Learning Projects and the Rubrics to mark them (for Term I) Vision 2025

Junior Teachers
All Campuses

Centre for School Improvement

8

1 to 3 September 2021

Designing Effective MCQs

Teachers of Primary, Junior and Senior sections

Dr Vimal Rarh, Guru Angad Dev Teacher-Learning Centre

9

15 September 2021

Activity on colours and animals

Pre Primary Teachers
Gomti Nagar Extension

Centre for School Improvement

10

20 to 24 September 2021

Activity on colours and animals

Pre Primary Teachers
Aliganj Campus I, Chowk, Indira Nagar, Kanpur Road, Rajendra Nagar Campus II

Centre for School Improvement

11

27 to 29 September 2021

Activity on colours and animals

Pre Primary Teachers
Rajajipuram Campus I, Rajendra Nagar Campus I, Gomti Nagar Campus I

Centre for School Improvement

12

4 to 7 October 2021

Activity on colours and animals

Pre Primary Teachers
Aliganj Campus II, Asharfabad, Rajajipuram Campus II, United World School, Station Road

Centre for School Improvement

13

11 October 2021

Lesson Planning incorporating 6 Cs, style of learning and moral quality (Vision 2025)

Pre Primary Teachers
Kanpur Road

Centre for School Improvement

14

20 October 2021

  • Lesson Planning incorporating 6 Cs, style of learning and moral quality (Vision 2025)
  • Activity on colours and animals

Pre Primary Teachers
Jopling Road

Centre for School Improvement

15

22 October 2021

Montessori Apparatus with Ms Warsha Kumari (Activity Teacher)

Pre Primary Teachers
Gomti Nagar Extension

Centre for School Improvement

16

5 October 2021

  • Integration of Language with Literature
  • Composition writing
  • Activities to concretize topics of Mathematics

All teachers Pre Primary to Class V
RDSO Campus

Centre for School Improvement

17

8 October 2021

Lesson Planning to incorporate the 6 Cs, SDGs and GCEs (English) (Vision 2025)

All teachers of Classes I to V
Rajajipuram Campus II

Centre for School Improvement

18

9 October 2021

Lesson Planning to incorporate the 6 Cs, SDGs and GCEs (Mathematics) (Vision 2025)

All teachers of Classes I to V

Centre for School Improvement

19

11 and 12 October 2021

  • Lesson Planning to incorporate the 6 Cs, SDGs and GCEs (English, Mathematics, Hindi) (Vision 2025)
  • Integration of Language with Literature

Cluster wise
all the new teachers
All Campuses

Centre for School Improvement

20

18 October 2021

Lesson Planning to incorporate the 6 Cs, SDGs and GCEs (Computer Studies) (Vision 2025)

Cluster wise
all the teachers of Computer
All Campuses

Centre for School Improvement

21

25, 26 October 2021

Orientation on New Observation Format incorporating 6 Cs, SDGs and GCE (English) – Vision 2025

Junior Teachers
All Campuses

Centre for School Improvement

22

1 November 2021

Lesson Planning incorporating 6 Cs, style of learning and moral quality (Vision 2025)

Pre Primary Teachers
Rajajipuram Campus I

Centre for School Improvement

23

9 November 2021

Montessori Apparatus

Pre Primary Teachers
Rajendra Nagar Campus II

Centre for School Improvement

24

13 November 2021

Montessori Apparatus

Pre Primary Teachers
United World School

Centre for School Improvement

25

15 November 2021

  • Lesson Planning incorporating 6 Cs, style of learning and moral quality (Vision 2025)
  • Thought provoking questions
  • Activity on colours and animals

Pre Primary Teachers
RDSO Campus

Centre for School Improvement

26

16 November 2021

Montessori Apparatus

Pre Primary Teachers

Centre for School Improvement

27

17 November 2021

  • Exercises of Practical life.
  • Hands-On Maths

Pre Primary Teachers

Centre for School Improvement

28

20 November 2021

Co-operative games

Pre Primary Teachers
United World School

Centre for School Improvement

29

27 November 2021

  • Exercises of Practical life.
  • Montessori Apparatus

Pre Primary Teachers

Centre for School Improvement

30

29 November 2021

Critical thinking skills

Pre Primary Teachers
Chowk Campus

Centre for School Improvement

31

30 November 2021

  • Phonics
  • Montessori Apparatus

Pre Primary Teachers

Centre for School Improvement

32

23, 25, 26 November 2021

Discussion on Experiential Learning Projects and the Rubrics to mark them (for Term II)

All teachers of III, IV and V
All Campuses

Centre for School Improvement

33

20 November 2021

  • Lesson Planning to incorporate the 6 Cs, SDGs and GCEs (English) (Vision 2025)
  • Integration of Language with Literature

All teachers of Classes I to V
Anand Nagar

Centre for School Improvement

34

17 November 2021

Discussion on Experiential Learning Projects and the Rubrics to mark them (for Term II) Vision 2025

Junior Teachers
All Campuses

Centre for School Improvement

35

3 December 2021

  • Lesson Planning incorporating 6 Cs, style of learning and moral quality (Vision 2025)
  • Critical thinking skills

Pre Primary Teachers
Rajajipuram Campus II

Centre for School Improvement

36

4 December 2021

  • Fitzroy App
  • Hands-On Maths

Pre Primary Teachers
United World School

Centre for School Improvement

37

10 December 2021

Hands-On Maths

Pre Primary Teachers
Rajajipuram Campus II

Centre for School Improvement

38

11 December 2021

  • STEM Activities
  • Use of Flash Cards

Pre Primary Teachers
United World School

Centre for School Improvement

39

4 December 2021

Lesson Planning to incorporate the 6 Cs, SDGs and GCEs (Science) (Vision 2025)

Teachers of Classes III to V Rajajipuram Campus II

Centre for School Improvement

40

17 December 2021

Lesson Planning to incorporate the 6 Cs, SDGs and GCEs (English, Maths and Computer) (Vision 2025)

New Teachers
Class III
Aliganj Campus II

Centre for School Improvement

41

4 December 2021

Lesson Planning to incorporate the 6 Cs, SDGs and GCE (English) – Vision 2025

Junior Teachers (English)
Rajajipuram Campus II

Centre for School Improvement

42

17 December 2021

Phonics

Pre Primary Teachers
United World School

Centre for School Improvement

43

17 December 2021

Orientation of New Teachers regarding incorporation of 6 Cs, SDGs and GCE (English) – Vision 2025

Junior Teachers (History and English)
Aliganj Campus II

Centre for School Improvement

44

19 January 2021

Art & Craft, Doodle Art, Lesson Planning, Stories based on web topics

Pre Primary Teachers
Rajajipuram Campus II

Centre for School Improvement

Note: Maths coaching program for Kanpur Road and Asharfabad Campuses - by Ms Sarah Richards for the Primary and Junior teachers of Mathematics.

Continuous Professional Development for the Teachers by the CSI members
July – December 2021 (Senior Section)

S. No

Date

Workshop

Conducted for

Conducted by

1

July 2021

  • Highlighted the major components of Vision 2025
  • Integration of 6Cs and SDGs in mainstream teaching.
  • Familiarised with the CISCE curriculum and CMS’ expectations in terms of board results.
  • Apprised the teachers about the system of internal assessment / project work.
  • Resolved individual doubts and queries of the teachers.
  • Discussed the pattern of question papers (subject wise).
  • Expectations regarding students’ notebook work and teachers’ correction work.
  • Discussed various pedagogies being followed in CMS.

Teachers of Senior section
Anand Nagar campus

Centre for School Improvement

2

October 2021

  • Emphasised on the CMS way of teaching focusing on classroom teaching, remedial teaching, enrichment teaching, camp classes and I SOAR classes.
  • CISCE syllabus and scope to be followed.
  • Homework to students, types of questions to be given, follow-up on corrections.
  • Apprised about marking scheme & guidelines to be followed in the examination.

Teachers of Senior section
Anand Nagar & Kanpur Road campus

Centre for School Improvement

Workshops by Child Well Being Department

The Child Wellbeing Department was created with the appointment of school counsellors in every campus of CMS. This department seeks to create an environment for the psychological, moral as well as social development of the child so that she/he feels safe, happy and secure in life. It further empowers the students and parents to deal effectively with their everyday challenges by providing counselling services and life skill training on a regular basis.

List for In-service Training Workshops regarding Child Well Being

Workshop Conducted

Workshop Attended

Other

  • Session with junior section teachers on self awareness to improve professional and personal wellbeing
  • Session with pre primary section teachers on selfawareness to improve professional and personalWellbeing.
  • Wellness session conducted with primary section teachers on the virtue of joyfulness
  • Session with pre primary section teachers on classroom management and effectively dealing with students
  • Session with junior section teachers on self awareness to improve professional and personal wellbeing
  • Session with pre primary section teachers on selfawareness to improve professional and personalWellbeing
  • Workshop on eye hygiene conducted by dr. Gopesh Mehrotra eye surgeon.
  • Workshop on Stress Management with Teaching Staff was conducted.
  • Workshop on Anger Management with Teaching Staff was conducted
  • Workshop with Non-Teaching Staff on Stress Management was conducted.
  • Conducted child well being survey.
  • Session on Gender Equality with Teaching and Non Teaching Staff.
  • Workshop on Inter-Personal Skills was conducted with Non Teaching Staff.
  •  Session with the teacher was taken on – Pandemic’s , Dire Global Imapct On Education.
  • Session with the students of class VII B on the virtue RESILIENCE
  • Session with the students on the topic EMOTIONAL WELLBEING.
  • Prevention of Sexual Harrassment (Offline)
  • Cyber Security and Women Safety (Offline) - Child Protection.
  • Workshop on road safety (Offline).
  • Diwali Awareness Walk  - Etiquettes and manners (Online)
  • How to Stay Positive in Times of Crisis- Organised by Mental Wellbeing Series with Fortis National Mental Health Program team @IPNIndia
  • ‘Catch Them Young: Addressing Post-Pandemic Mental Health Issues Among Children and Young Adults’
  • Local Complain Committee workshop
  • Cyber Safety and Security Laws
  • Session on wellness
  • Strengthening the parent -teen bond by CENTA
  • Wellness Session Virtue of nobility
  • Mitigating psychological impact of COVID lockdown on children and youth.
  • Healthy Heart-How to help a person in cardiac arrest
  • Back to school
  • Wellness session yoga and body posture
  • Catch Them Young: Addressing Post-Pandemic Mental Health Issues Among Children and Young Adults’ by Prof. Vikram Patel, Professor, Blavatnik Institute's Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School; Dr. Anjali Chhabria, a leading psychiatrist, and psychotherapist based in India and Dr. KavitaArora, co-founder of Children First.

Joined the course
Post Graduate Diploma in Guidance and Counselling by ICTRC

Trainings for Non-teaching staff

A number of training initiatives have been taken up for non-teaching staff too in 2021-22, to enable their professional development, enhance the quality of their working life, and to offer the chance to develop their ‘soft skills’. Trainings at both, Head Office and campus levels have been organized throughout the year. A detailed list of the non-teaching staff trainings/workshops is as follows:

List for In-service Training Workshops for the Office Staff - 2021-22

Child Protection & Transport Safety Workshops - 24-31 December 2021

Date Campus Topics Conducted by
24-12-2021 LDA 

  • Child Protection & POCSO Act 2012
  • Covid Protocols
  • Grooming & Behavior
  • Road Safety
  • Regular Vehicle Maintenance
  • Traffic Rules

Mr. Talal Mujjaddidi, Transport Department & Ms. Rooma Bal, HRD Department
27-12-2021 Mahanagar
28-12-2021 GN 2 & GN 1
29-12-2021 RN 1 & Chowk
30-12-2021 HO, Jopling Road & Station Road
31-12-2021 RJPM 1, 2 & Ashrafabad, HO & Anandnagar

Eye-check-up camp

City Montessori School organized an eye-check-up camp for its drivers and bus conductor's in collaboration with chief medical officer CMS Lucknow, where in total 207 workers participated from 27/12/2021 to 30/12/2021 and got their eyes tested by the representatives of CMO.

 

List for In-service Training Workshops for the Office Staff - 2020-21

S. No

Date

Workshop

Department/Campus for which conducted for

CHILD PROTECTION, SAFETY & SECURITY WORKSHOPS FOR NON TEACHING STAFF

1

24th  December 2021

Child Protection, Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 Workshop

CMS LDA (Drivers, Rickshaw pullers, Cleaners)

2

27th  December 2021

Child Protection, Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 Workshop

CMS Mahanagar (Drivers, Rickshaw pullers, Cleaners)

3

28th  December 2021

Child Protection, Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 Workshop

CMS Gomtinagar I &  II (Drivers, Rickshaw pullers, Cleaners)

4

29th  December 2021

Child Protection, Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 Workshop

CMS Rajendranagar I, RN II (Drivers, Rickshaw pullers, Cleaners)

5

29th   December 2021

Child Protection, Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 Workshop

CMS Chowk,Indiranagar (Drivers, Rickshaw pullers, Cleaners)

6

30th  December 2021

Child Protection, Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 Workshop

CMS HO,Aliganj I (Drivers, Rickshaw pullers, Cleaners, helper staff)

7

30th  December 2021

Child Protection, Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 Workshop

CMS Jopling Road,Aliganj II (Drivers, Rickshaw pullers, Cleaners)

8

30th  December 2021

Child Protection, Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 Workshop

CMS Station Road, RDSO (Drivers, Rickshaw pullers, Cleaners)

9

31st  December 2021

Child Protection, Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 Workshop

CMS RJPM I & II , Asharfabad, Anandnagar (Drivers, Rickshaw pullers, Cleaners, helper staff)

PREVENTION OF SEXUAL HARRASSMENT AWARENESS WORKSHOPS FOR SUPERIOR STAFF

1

9th February  2021

Awareness on The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 ("POSH Act")

New Head Office Superior Staff

2

6th February  2021

Awareness on The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 ("POSH Act")

Head office (Transport, Workforce, Accounts) Superior Staff

3

20th February  2019

Awareness on The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 ("POSH Act")

QAID & Innovation Superior staff

4

22nd February 2019

Awareness on The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 ("POSH Act")

General Section, H.O. Superior staff

List for In-service Training Workshops for the Office Staff - 2020-21

S. No

Date

Workshop

Department/Campus for which conducted for

PREVENTION OF SEXUAL HARRASSMENT AWARENESS WORKSHOPS FOR SUPERIOR STAFF CAMPUSES

1

20th  July 2021

Child Protection, Safety & Security Workshop (POSCO, POSH ACT)

CMS Rajendranagar I (Helper Staff, Admin staff)

2

21st August 2021

Safety & Security Workshop (POSCO, POSH ACT)

New Head office Superior Staff

3

27th  July 2021

Child Protection, Safety & Security Workshop (POSCO 2012, POSH ACT 2013)

CMS Gomtinagar II (Helper Staff, Admin staff)

4

23rd October 2021

Child Protection, Safety & Security Workshop (POSCO 2012, POSH ACT 2013)

CMS Kanpur (Helper Staff, Admin staff, Nodal Officer, Caretakers)

5

7th December 2021

Child Protection, Safety & Security Workshop (POSCO 2012, POSH ACT 2013)

CMS Rajajipuram (Helper Staff, Admin staff)

6

16th November 2021

Child Protection, Safety & Security Workshop (POSCO 2012, POSH ACT 2013)

CMS Anandnagar (Helper Staff, Admin staff, Nodal Officer, Caretakers)

7

25th September 2021

Child Protection, Safety & Security Workshop (POSCO 2012, POSH ACT 2013)

CMS Station Road,Aliganj I, Aliganj II (Helper Staff, Admin staff, Nodal Officer, Caretakers)

8

13th March – 28th August 2021

Child Protection, Safety & Security Workshop (POSCO 2012, POSH ACT 2013)

CMS Rajajipuram  II (Helper Staff, Admin staff, Nodal Officer, Caretakers)

9

27th  November 2021

Child Protection, Safety & Security Workshop (POSCO 2012, POSH ACT 2013)

CMS RDSO (Helper Staff, Admin staff, Nodal Officer, Caretakers)

10

7th December 2021

Child Protection, Safety & Security Workshop (POSCO 2012, POSH ACT 2013)

CMS Ashrafabad (Helper Staff, Admin staff, Nodal Officer, Caretakers)

11

23rd November 2021

Child Protection, Safety & Security Workshop (POSCO 2012, POSH ACT 2013)

CMS Chowk, (Helper Staff, Admin staff, Nodal Officer, Caretakers)

12

25th September 2021

Child Protection, Safety & Security Workshop (POSCO 2012, POSH ACT 2013)

CMS Mahanagar (Helper Staff, Admin staff, Nodal Officer, Caretakers)

13

7th December 2021

Child Protection, Safety & Security Workshop (POSCO 2012, POSH ACT 2013)

CMS Rajendranagar I (Helper Staff, Admin staff, Nodal Officer, Caretakers)

14

22nd November 2021

Child Protection, Safety & Security Workshop (POSCO 2012, POSH ACT 2013)

CMS Indiranagar (Helper Staff, Admin staff, Nodal Officer, Caretakers)

15

8th July 2021

Staff Wellness session on the topic RESILIENCE.

Anandnagar,Jopling Road  Superior Staff

16

25th February 2021

Orientation session with Support staff members of the campus on POCSO Act

Anandnagar,  Support Staff

17

17th July 2021

Wellness session for the Superior staff members of the campus on HO to
look after their WELLBEING.

Rajajipuram II,  Superior Staff

18

14th  August 2021

Awareness on The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 ("POSH Act")

Rajajipuram II,RN II  Superior Staff

19

5th July 2021

Virtue Circle with the Superior Staff on the
virtue RESILIENCE.

Rajajipuram I,  Superior Staff of Entire Campus

20

13th August 2021

Awareness session was taken up with the newly appointed staff in context with
POCSO and POSH act.

CMS Station Road (Helper Staff, Superior staff, Admin staff, Nodal Officer, Caretakers)

21

20th July 2021

Prevention of sexual harassment

CMS RDSO (Drivers, Cleaners, Rickshaw Pullers)

22

12th February 2022

Mental Peace and Wellness

CMS UWS (Helper Staff, Admin staff, Nodal Officer, Caretakers)

23

12th  December 2021

Awareness on The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 ("POSH Act")

New Head Office Superior Staff

24

16th  December 2021

Awareness on The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 ("POSH Act")

Head Office Women Superior Staff

25

20th  November 2021

Child Protection & Transport safety Workshop (POSCO ACT 2012, POSH ACT 2013)

CMS Kanpur Road (Drivers, Cleaners, Rickshaw Pullers)

Proposed Training Programme in Year 2020-21

S. No

Date

Workshop

Department/Campus for which conducted for

1 2020 Personal Grooming, Etiquette & Manner CMS Head Office staff
2 2020 Communication Skills CMS Head Office staff
3 2020 Critical Analysis & Decision Making/ Critical thinking & Problem solving CMS Head Office staff
4 2020 Workplace Ethics CMS Head Office staff
5 2020 CMS Purchase Module Training CMS Head Office staff
6 2020 CMS Circular Uploading Training CMS Head Office staff

The COVID-19 crisis has forced education systems worldwide to find alternatives to face-to-face teaching-learning process where comes the role of online classes that came to rescue for teachers and students on an exceptional scale. Since parents and teachers play a fundamental role in supporting students to develop a pedagogical learning, particularly in the current situation, CMS policies are designed with the aim of reducing the burden on parents and help teachers and students make the most of digital learning. Virtual classrooms and the syllabus module were introduced keeping in mind the learning gap of the students, with the help of IT assistants and IT executives who worked day and night so that no stone is left unturned in student’s learning process. Online module included NTSE & GMAT practice papers to help students have hands on and achieve success in the exams. It allows the students to explore their options before committing to any specialization.

Our team provides regular trainings about technology to the teachers that are available so they can make decisions about the tools they will use in classrooms. CMS teachers are using interactive White Boards in place of traditional chalk or white boards in their classroom. These flat screen monitors are networked with the teacher’s classroom computer and the school’s internet connection. Interactive lessons in math, science and other subjects can be put on screen for students to participate in. This is where technology made a big difference in CMS. With a variety of innovative ways to teach and learn, modern technology does indeed offer methods for different students, including gaming for visual learners.

CMS also participated and secured first position by Anshuman Prakash & third position by Udbhav Tiwari from Station Road Campus in COMPUDON Junior National Championship. It is a Microsoft’s Digital Literacy Standard which teaches generic ICT skills & concepts. E learning team remains a backbone of CMS and is always there for the support of all stakeholders by providing them regular trainings and handholding.

We at CMS also established a Helpdesk, who takes care of all the technical queries of Admission, online fee submission etc. Our Helpdesk executives are responsible for attending parent’s technical needs and complaints to the best of their ability.

Virtual teaching – learning process brought all stakeholders together and closer thereby moving one step forward towards ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbhkam’. E learning team made virtual learning not only interesting & innovative but also transparent that united the parents, teachers and students by means of a single platform.

Fee structure for the Session 2022-23