CMS delegation leaves for Nepal to  participate in International Convention

Lucknow, October 12: A 13-member delegation of City Montessori School, Kanpur Road Campus has departed for Nepal to participate in ‘International Convention on Students’ Quality Circles (ICSQC)’. Prior to their departure, CMS teachers, parents and staff wished them luck for a happy and fruitful journey and bring glory to the country country. On this occasion, CMS Founder, Dr Jagdish Gandhi also blessed the students and teachers of the delegation. This information was given by the Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS, Mr Hari Om Sharma. He added that this international convention has been organized from 14 to 16 October under the aegis of World Council of Total Quality and Excellence in Education (WCTQEE) in which students’ teams and quality experts from across the globe are participating. CMS students will present their quality concept through Case Study Presentation and they will also participate in various contests showcasing their skills on an international stage.

             Mr Sharma further informed that the CMS delegation left for Nepal comprises the student members Jahnvi Kapoor, Esha Singh, Vishu Boudh, Aadya Dixit, Shatakshi Singh, Amrit Singh Syan, Jatinn Khannaa, Arnav Tewari, Aarunya Tripathi and Rajkishore Tewari.  Teachers of CMS Kanpur Road Campus, Mr Vaibhav Srivastava, Ms Sarita Bhaskar and Mr Neelesh Singh are the leaders of the delegation. Mr Sharma expressed hope that this International Convention on Quality Circle will be helpful in preparing students to adapt to the changing world scenario and be able to find out positive solutions of problems, develop analyzing skills, team work, and utilize innovative skills.

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