• Adithyan Neelamana of Grade XI won the Best Delegate Award at the Christ Junior College Model United Nations Conference organised by Christ University, Bangalore. The Conference was held online this year on 2 and 3 October.
  • CNIte Diya V S of Grade VII secures the Fourth Position in Wild Wisdom Quiz, Middle School Category ( Grades VI - VIII), conducted by World Wide Fund for Nature ( WWF). Being amongst the top ten out of more than 30,000 participants across India, CNIte Diya grabs the opportunity of interacting with Renowned Grand Master Vishwanathan Anand who is also Environment Education Ambassador of WWF.
  • CNItes have made us proud again with excellent results. IGCSE-16 distinctions and 9 Merits.Sanya Mary Dennies is the school topper with 6 A* and 2 A, with 92%.Niranjan Sekhar is the School topper in A Level exams with 4 A*,1 A with 91%.

Activities - Kids Support Kids


Offering support

Ananthu Aji, a brilliant student of Plus Two at Govt. Higher Secondary School, Karamana scored 9 A+ for SSLC struggling through adverse life situation. Currently his family is residing in a dilapidated house on lease. His father is a heart patient and mother a daily wage worker. The funds provided by the Panchayat were not sufficient to finish the construction of his house. CNIS  joined hands with the teachers of his school in a humble initiative to raise funds for the same. The school donated floor tiles worth Rs.57,460/- which will cover the entire requirement of flooring.

The charity wing of our school had decided to fund the construction of a house for one of our non teaching staff Mr. Johny. The house, being built at Vettucaud is nearing completion and is ready to be occupied by Mr. Johny.  Rev. Fr. Joseph Vattaparambil CMI, Manager, Christ Nagar Group of Schools  handed over the key of the house to him on the Annual Day Function with parents and staff witnessing the auspicious moment. CNIS wish that this new home provides him a peaceful retreat from the rest of the busy world.

Charity Drive

On 13 June 2019, the school launched the ‘KIDS SUPPORT KIDS‘ charity drive, which saw an immense collection in the previous academic year. Aiming to replicate the success on a larger scale this year, the charity box was unveiled, into which the newly elected student council, prefects and vice prefects, as well as the teachers donated money and commenced the charity program. Every Tuesday will be observed as Charity Day. As a gesture to start the Charity Day, the School

Principal handed over the class charity box to the Kindergarten students.

Goodwill Ambassador Meghna Anil gave a brief report on last year’s charity drive programmes and the donations made. She enlightened the school about the massive success of the programme in the last academic year. She also urged the school to rewrite the same in this academic year too.

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