Principal's Message

The year 2015-2016 has indeed been a fruitful year for CJM. It was a year replete with learning, exposure, achievements and success for our students and teachers. While we have excelled academically in the AISSCE examination with a hundred percent in subjects like Psychology, History, Sociology, Political Science and Physical Education, our school has also made a mark in the interschool activities such as the Bournvita Quiz, Heritage Quiz, MUNs and numerous debates. The two school awards, Clean and Green School Award, and the School Excellence Award 2016 conferred on our school this academic year bears testimony to our constant striving for excellence in all fields.

In Indo-German students Exchange Programme, where CJM played host to the German students of St. Michael’s Gymnasium, Paderborn, gave our students global exposure. It was an enriching experience for all. As a progressive school, it is gratifying to see that, while we look to the future and strive towards perfection we have continued to impart a value based education to create students who are ambassadors of peace and goodwill and catalyst of positive social change.

In this Jubilee Year of Mercy, it is a privilege for our students to participate in the school’s outreach programmes like Ujala and work done at Prem Dhan. Like true CJMites, our students have risen to the occasion by being sensitive, kind and philanthropic, be it contributing to the earthquake relief fund for victims of the Nepal earthquake or the thalassemia patients and many more. Through these initiatives, we in CJM continue to carry forward in obedience and simplicity the legacy of our Mother Foundress, St. Claudine Thevenet, in serving the less privileged and needy with love.

As you march ahead dear students, gifted with nobility and goodness, may you stay blessed in all you do. May these words of our mother Foundress be your inspiration.

‘Let us be sure of one thing: only through obedience shall we achieve success; once the bond is broken, even structures which appear strongest collapse. God ordinarily grants more graces to our submission than to any other means we might use to attain success.’

Sr. Janet