Announcements
  • 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%.
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News Updates

 

Onam Celebration 2020

09/02/2020

A good number of students came together in a delightful video to spread the aura of Onam festivity. The video came out on the Thiruvonam Day when Kerala wears a decorative look. The fun and fervour of the season was brought in by the students act. King Mahabali enacted by CNIte Rigved of Grade VI was an attraction that symbolised the visit of Maveli Thamburan to CNIS. Principal Fr. Thomas Chennattusserry CMI in his message conveyed to be good and kind. He urged that the true meaning of Onam is revealed only when each one attempts to spread ones goodness all around. Cine artist Mr Nandhu and playback singer Manakkadu Gopan were the guest speakers. Both the celebrities wished CNIS Family a great Onam.


Investiture Ceremony

08/29/2020

The elected and the selected student leaders were invested to their position by the School Principal Rev. Fr. Thomas Chennattusserry CMI on 1 August 2020. The pre recorded Investiture Ceremony video was released on the same day as the announcement of the School Student Council to the staff, students , parents and well wishers of the school. The ceremony was presented by CNIte Krishna Arun of Grade IX. Principal Rev. Fr. Thomas Chennattusserry CMI congratulated the new student council. He mentioned that the stay home situation did not deter the school from conducting school election and bestowing responsibilities to the students. He added that this lockdown time the school intends to unlock the leadership qualities of the students. The honour of conferring the sashes, as a gesture to confer the position to the students, was given to the parents of the office bearers. The office bearers took the oath, of discharging the duties with sincerity and to uphold the pride of CNIS, administered by the School Principal. The new School Leader CNIte Malavika Santhosh in her confident speech said that in this difficult the CNItes only had each other and together they will sail through and uphold the values of the school. The elected Dy. School Leader Gopichand V Menon took time to express the gratitude towards the staff and students of the school for allowing the school council with good opportunities. As a part of celebration CNIte Netra Deepak of Grade IX presented few CNItes who acted as famous personalities having come to congratulate the new student council.


Online classes

06/01/2020

The need of the hour is to stay home but that definitely should not bring hindrance to the teaching learning activity. CNIS followed the norm of online teaching. Grades VIII –XII students are exposed to live online classes. The teachers give lessons live from 9 am in the morning to 1 pm in the afternoon. The students are finding this fruitful though they miss coming to school and mingling with the peer group and the teachers of the school. Grades X – XII started with their online classes from the second week of May and Grades VIII & IX started on 1 June.


Pre- Recorded Video Teaching

06/01/2020

CNIS adopted a different method for imparting learning to the students of Grades I-VII during this time of pandemic when reopening the school campus is not possible. To avoid them from being exposed to long hours of screen space the school gives learning to the students through pre- recorded classes. The teaching is recorded and being sent to the students as per a decided schedule. The video will have the tasks that students have to do at home. The students can watch them at a time convenient to them and their parents. They also have an option of repeated watching of the videos. The teachers are now reaching the students’ home through these teaching videos.


Grand Parents Day

Grandparents love will never grow old! CNItes celebrated Grandparents Day on 13 September with a spectacular video tribute. The bright, enthusiastic spirit of the grandparents and their grandchildren truly made the day a remarkable one. Our grandparents have been there for us all throughout our journey; this small token of appreciation showed how much they mean to the children. CNIte Madhav Murali from Grade 2 gave a fabulous introduction to Grandparents Day. An inspiring message on the role of grandparents in the lives of young ones was shared by Former Chief Minister Shri Oommen Chandy who is the grandparent of one of the CNItes. Eminent cardiologist Dr.Ramakrishna Pillai and his wife Dr. Susheela, again the grandparents of CNItes, emphasised the involvement of school outside of the curriculum in the lives of children. Retired IAS Shri Babu Joseph talked about the better days which was very promising to hear during this time. Former MP Dr. Anirudhan Sampath highlighted how precious grandparents are and the joy they bring in. The video was enriched throughout with clippings from CNItes and their grandparents engaged in different chores and games.


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