CMS Student in India Book of Records

India Book of Records

Pihu Saxena, a very talented Kindergarten student at City Montessori School, Rajendra Nagar Campus I has brought laurels to the city of Lucknow by securing a place in the India Book of Records at a very young age of five years. Due to her natural talents and the all-around education being provided by her school, Pihu has been successful in earning a place in the Records for winning a maximum of 23 certificates in this age group in various fields.

India Book of Records

Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS, Mr. Hari Om Sharma informed that Pihu’s talent and skills have been accepted and approved by the editorial board of the India Book of Records and her name would be printed in the next edition of the book.

It may be mentioned that the India Book of Records provides a national platform to people with extraordinary and rare skills of the country by including their names in its records. Mr. Sharma informed that Pihu is still on her job of winning more and more prizes every day and even after registering her name in the records, her medal tally now stands at 30.

This little talented girl has exhibited her skills in many fields including science, arts, sports, talent hunt, modeling, fashion show, fancy dress, painting, drawing, music, dance, writing, etc. Pihu’s mother Mrs. Swati Saxena is a teacher in City Montessori School and her father Mr. Prateek Chandra is an officer in the Secretariat. Her mother informed that Pihu started participating in various competitions at the age of two and a half years, and her school CMS too, has an important contribution to this achievement. Pihu’s parents expressed their gratitude to CMS for nurturing her talents by providing her opportunities for participation in various creative competitions.

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