New Memoirs

1. Visit of the President of Our Nation

The grand visit of ourPresident, Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam, marked an epoch in the history our institution. His clarion call for the pursuit of dreams is still the inspiration for all of us. His persuasive and appreciative words for our school surely has given us the immense impetus and boost to aim higher in all our future endeavours.

2. Best School Award in India for Value Centred Education

Our school received the award at the Engineering Watch School Summit 2013, in New Delhi. Amongst over 9000 CBSE,ICSE,STATE, IB, and Cambridge schools in India, 100 Best Schools were selected from which our school was adjudged by an eminent jury as the First Best School in furthering Value Centered Education. The award was presented by the Minister of Education Affairs, Shri Salman Khuashid.

3. Field Trips as an Activity for Students

September 2014 will go down in the history of CMI Public School, as it was then that our school procured the Best school of India 2014, for making field trips, a permanent fixture in the curriculum to provide students with factual practical knowledge. Our principal Rev. Fr.SanthoshMundanmanireceived this prestigious award at Singapore, from Dr. Thomas Magathi, the Vice-Chancellor of Singapore.

4. Strengthening International Bonds  

 The visitation of the two teaching faculty, as the ambassadors from the Royal Docks Community School, London has for sure cemented our bilateral ties with the British Council and its programme, the ISA, (International School Award).Their positive remarks both on the administrative and educational systems were definitely a boost for the entire fraternity of our school to grow and develop further more.

5. ISA (International School Award)

Our principal Fr. Santhosh Mundanmani, received the ISA, by the British Council from Martin Davidson CMG, Chief Executive British Council at the award ceremony held at Delhi on December 2014. Our School was recognised by the British Council for outstanding development of International learning in the Curriculum.  

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