Offline Classes For Students began in CMS

Offline Classes CMS

Offline Classes began at all CMS campuses today for classes 9 to 12. Students who reached the school after a long gap were welcomed at the campus in a grand way and were made to feel like chief guests arrived at some CMS function with a band playing at the gates to provide them a red-carpet welcome.

CMS Founder and renowned educationist, Dr. Jagdish Gandhi was himself present at CMS Kanpur Road Campus to welcome the students.

Offline Classes

The joy of students and parents was quite visible. The enthusiasm of physical schooling was writ large on the students’ faces and as they entered the school gates, they looked forward to the pleasant experience of face-to-face guidance of the teachers in the peaceful academic environment of the school.

On this occasion, the students said that during these days, although the CMS teachers provided them the best of education online, they missed being in the school physically. Both the students as well as the parents were happy with the schools finally starting the classes offline as they believed that there is no substitute for schooling.

Congratulating CMS students and teachers upon re-opening of schools, CMS Founder and renowned educationist, Dr. Jagdish Gandhi said that the student’s safety is our topmost priority and we would not leave any stone unturned to ensure it. He called upon the students to take advantage of this golden opportunity, study with a full heart and make their parents and teachers proud.

Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS, Mr. Hari Om Sharma informed that keeping in mind the safety of all students, all guidelines of the state administration and all Covid protocols are being strictly followed at CMS. At all entrance gates, six feet distant circles have been painted for the students and parents to comply with social distance. Besides, social distancing norms are also being followed in classrooms. All classrooms are being sanitized. The school is being held in two shifts and the entire premises are being thoroughly sanitized after each shift.

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