Lucknow, 11 September : Devansh Bansal, student of City Montessori School, Kanpur Road campus, has brought laurels to CMS, by emerging as the Lucknow topper in JEE Advanced, with All India Rank (AIR) 224. Rohan Chaturvedi of CMS, Rajendra Nagar campus I stood close, with AIR 266. In a matter of pride for the city, a total of 55 students from City Montessori School qualified the JEE Advanced 2022, securing their place in some of the best engineering institutions of the country. The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE-Advanced) is a gateway for admission to top engineering institutions in the country. Out of 55 CMS students who qualified JEE Advanced, 30 students secured All India Ranks below 10,000. Students who secured AIR below 10,000 are Devansh Bansal, Roshan Chaturvedi, Naman Mishra, Prerak Agarwal, Rachit Singh, Ujjwal Sharma, Kanishk, Suryansh Pal, Kaustubh Mani Tripathi, Saharsh Saxena, Shivansh Bhatnagar, Suryansh, Yash Pratap Singh, Aryan Verma, Mrigank Shekhar, Kaustubh Dwivedi, Samar Kumar Srivastava, Satyam Kumar, Prakhar Saxena, Vansh Agarwal, Piyush Singh, Shambhavi Verma, Kartikeya Katiyar, Bilal Mohd. Khan, Kartik Agarwal, Jatin Joshi, Harshit Gupta, Yogita Singh, Ashutosh Tiwari and Aditya Singh Yadav. Other CMS students who qualified the JEE Advanced 2022 include Faheem Ahmed, Kartieya Singh, Himanshu Gupta, Shreyansh Pandey, Vageesh Dubey, Swapnil Vishwadeep Singh, Shashwat Singh, Devdatt Shukla, Sanskriti, Aman Srivastava, Suyash Kumar, Shaurya Tripathi, Chetan Singh, Sarthak Srivastava, Swajal Chatterjee, Navneet Yadav, Jitendra Singh, Adarsh Vardhan, Yash Srivastava, Shagun Trivedi, Jitendra Srivastava, Pranjal Verma, Aditi Bajpai, Dhananjay Kr. Sharma and Arnav Maitrreya.
Founder Manager of City Montessori School (CMS), Dr Jagdish Gandhi was elated to know about these students’ outstanding achievements and congratulated them profusely. He said that these brilliant students have not only done their school proud but have also blazoned the name of Lucknow city. He further said that CMS has been consistently producing brilliant engineers, doctors, IAS and PCS who are serving the society in their arenas with complete zeal and dedication. He attributed the success of these students to the dedicated CMS teachers who are working hard at mentoring students who go on to make their mark at the world stage.