As many as 22 students of City Montessori School have qualified for the prestigious Common Law Admission Test (CLAT 2021) bringing fame to the institution.
Aryan Kumar Mishra of CMS Aliganj Campus I has topped among all students qualified from Lucknow. CMS Founder and renowned educationist, Dr. Jagdish Gandhi; Senior Principal of CMS Aliganj Campus I, Mrs. Jyoti Kashyap and Principal, Mrs. Shivani Singh have expressed profound happiness over his achievement and wished him a very bright future.
Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS, Mr. Hari Om Sharma informed that a total of 22 students from CMS have cleared CLAT-2021 including Aryan Kumar Mishra, Devash Pratap Mall, Arindam Chaturvedi, Akshita Pal, Aliya Fatima, Divyanka Pandey, Anushka Srivastava, Atharv Srivastava, Prajjwal Singh, Shreya Yadav, Anushka Gupta, Ishita Sharma, Kush Shanker, Kavya Srivastava, Yash Singh, Saurav Singh, Viyat Tiwari, Nishtha Srivastava, SaumyaTripathi, Jyeshtha Baranwal, Prachi Agarwal and Aanvee Aggrwal.
Now, these students are eligible for admission to undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate law programmes offered by 23 National Law Universities around the country in cities including Bengaluru, Kolkata, New Delhi, Lucknow, Jodhpur, Patiala, and others.
Mr. Sharma informed that Aryan gave the credit of his success in this prestigious examination to the blessings of his parents and the learned CMS teachers. Aryan said that his participation in the International Conference of Chief Justices of the World organized by the school inspired him to undertake a career in law. Aryan has completed all his school education from Class II to XII at CMS Aliganj Campus and has been a bright student throughout. He passed both his ICSE and ISC board examinations with outstanding percentages. Son of Mr. Ambrish Kumar who works in the Agriculture department and Mrs. Anupam Mishra, a housewife, Aryan likes to read all kinds of educational and motivational books.
We would like to congratulate Aryan Kumar Mishra and other students on qualifying for the CLAT 2021.
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