Award for Eminent Educationist
Dr. Anita Puri, Principal, Cambridge Foundation School was conferred with the “Eminent Educationist Award” for Outstanding Individual Achievements and Distinguished Services to the Nation at the 14th Global Excellence Awards and Green Ambassadors Summit organised by the Global Leaders Foundation at the Constitution Club of India, Rafi Marg, New Delhi on 4th October, 2017. The award was presented by the Chief Guest, Sh. Balmiki Prasad Singh, former Governor of Sikkim and Sh. Sandeep Marwah - A renowned International Media Personality. On behalf of the school, the ceremony was attended by Ms. Seema Punhani. The chief guest in his speech spoke highly about teachers as the creators of future India. Mr. Sandeep Marwah described the 21st Century as an Ocean of challenges and Sky of opportunities. The programme was concluded by the Vote of thanks given by Sh. Ramesh Tripathi, Chairman of the Organisation.
 

Award for Principal Leadership for Outstanding Endeavors
Dr. Anita Puri, Principal, Cambridge Foundation School was felicitated with the “Life Empowerment Award for Principal Leadership for Outstanding Endeavours” at a function organized by Expressions India at the India International Centre, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi on 17th August, 2017. The presidential address was delivered by Dr. Jitendra Nagpal Sr. Consultant Psychiatrist at Moolchand Medcity. The award was presented by Chief Guest Hon’ble Mrs. Meenakshi Lekhi, MP, Lok Sabha. On behalf of the school, the ceremony was attended by Ms. Meena Bhatia and Ms. Anju Narang. This was followed by the speeches of distinguished dignitaries including Shri Rajat Sharma, Chairman & Editor-in-Chief, India TV, Prof. Saroj Yadav, Dean (Academic), NIE, NCERT, Lt. Gen. Arun Kumar Sahini, Former Commander-in-Chief, Indian Army, Ms. Shovna Narayan, Padamshri & Sangeet Natak Akademi Awardee.
Ms. Meena Malik Manager, CFS formally felicitated Principal Dr. Anita Puri in the morning Assembly on 21st August 2017
 


 

IAB Blind Empowerment Champions 2017
The School was honoured by the Indian Association for the Blind with the IAB Blind Empowerment Champions 2017 Award for outstanding excellence and amazing commitment towards voluntary contribution for the empowerment of persons with visual challenges.
 


 

TERI Green Olympiad Appreciation Certificate
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) acknowledged the endeavour in promoting a clean and green environment by consistently participating in the Green Environment Olympiad by presenting the School with a Certificate of Appreciation.
  

Bharat Gaurav Award
Principal, Ms. Anita Puri, was felicitated with the coveted institutional and globally reputed "Bharat Gaurav Award" by the India International Friendship Society for her outstanding services, achievements and contributions in the field of education on 25th March 2017 at an august ceremony held at India International Centre, New Delhi. She received the award from Shri Shivraj V. Patil, Former Governor of Punjab and Administrator of the Union Territory of Chandigarh.

World Girl Child Education and Empowerment Award 2017
On the occasion of the International Women’s Day, 8th March, 2017, WAGE (Women’s Agency for Generating Employment) presented the WORLD GIRL CHILD EDUCATION AND EMPOWERMENT AWARD to our School with a view to motivating the students and teachers for promoting required skills among the students, especially in the area of cleaning, greening and environment.
The event was inaugurated by the world renowned spiritualist, Her Holiness Anandmurti Gurumaa.The function was graced by H.E. Ms. Lesego Ethel Motsumi, High Commissioner of Botswana and other Diplomats and Foreign Dignitaries.
The award was presented in the presence of national and international dignitaries at the Indian International Centre, Lodi Estate, New Delhi.
The various eminent speakers emphasized on the importance of being a woman and how they should be job givers and seekers in the coming years. They stressed upon the accessories of being a woman which are – Education, Martial Arts for self protection and safety, Earning a Livelihood and last but not the least Mental Stability.
The book ‘Environmental Education Manual and Handbook for Schools’ was also presented along with the award.


 
 
 

Celebrating Excellence CIE Award
Ms. Anita Puri, Principal, Cambridge Foundation School, was honoured with an Award of Excellence, for her outstanding contributions in the field of Education, by the Central Institute of Education Alumni Association at a glittering event held at Anath Nath Basu Auditorium, CIE, Department of Education, University of Delhi. The award was presented by Dr. Shakila T. Shamsu, OSD, Higher Education MHRD, Govt. of India.


 

Principal Anita Puri Wins the State Teachers Award 2016
Principal Ms. Anita Puri had the distinguished honour of having been bestowed with yet another coveted award, The State Teachers Award 2016 presented to her by the Government of NCT of Delhi on the occasion of Teacher’s Day on Monday, 5th September, 2016. The award was handed over to her by the Cabinet Minister of the Delhi Government, Hon’ble Shri Kapil Mishra at a glittering ceremony at the Thyagraja Sports Complex in the presence of the Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Shri Manish Sisodia who exhorted teachers to walk that extra mile to build future citizens.
Ms. Soumya Gupta, the Director of Education congratulated the Principal on propelling qualitative changes in her institution and being felicitated with the award.
In her bid to uplift society and renew the hopes of humanity, Ms. Puri has appointed educators to teach the children of the inmates of the women cell at Central Jail No. 6 at Tihar. She has donated computers for them to be in sync with the modern day education.
She has also initiated valuable programmes like “Operation End Hunger” to feed the hungry and destitute. Besides inculcating noble values among the students who are the flag bearers of tomorrow, her “Green School” programme to save the environment is also a tremendous success. She is indeed an effective agent of change and transformation.
 

CFS Alumni Does the School Proud
Indu Rani Jakhar an Alumni of the School, 2008 batch, has done the School honours. She has achieved 30th Rank in the Indian Administrative Services Civil Services Examination 2016. The entire Cambridge Fraternity salutes her achievement.


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Smile Appreciation Award 2016
The School was presented with the Smile Appreciation Award 2016 for its support and contributions in spreading happiness among the less privileged children.
 


 

Global Teacher Role Model Award 2016
The Principal, Anita Puri has been felicitated by the MVLA Trust with the conferring of the Global Teacher Role Model Award 2016. She has been honoured with the award for her achievements in the field of education.


 

Prinicpal Ms. Anita Puri Conferred with the National / CBSE Teacher & Mentor Award 2014
A giant leap. a small step, covering another successful and illuminating milestone pursuing all work with dedication and excellence, Anita Puri (Principal) having the vision to make Cambridge Foundation the most progressive School, has worked relentlessly towards its growth and evolution. Her resolute endeavours bore fruit on Thursday 3rd September 2015, when she was bestowed with the prestigious  National / CBSE Teachers & Mentors Award 2014, by Smt. Smriti Zubin Irani, the Union Minister of Human Resource & Development, Govt. of India, in the august presence of Prof. (Dr.) Ram Shankar Katheria, Minister of State HRD, Higher Education, and Dr. Subhash Chandra Khuntia, IAS, Secretary, Department of School Education & Literacy, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India, at a function held at Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Auditorium, Delhi Cantt, Delhi.


 

The British Council International School Award 2015-2018
The School was once again successfully accredited with the coveted British Council International School Award 2015-2018 for the second consecutive term. The award was a culmination of the tremendous efforts of the faculty members of the International School Award team. Eight projects approved by the British Council were deftly and competently handled by the teachers and the students during the year, under the guidance and supervision of the Principal, Ms. Anita Puri. These activities required comprehensive analysis and execution. The students had an opportunity to interact via emails and video conferencing with students from schools such as the McNally High School, Canada. The arduous work put in by the ISA Coordinator and the ISA team was lauded by the school founder Ms. Sheila Verma, Manager Ms. Meena Malik and the Principal Ms. Anita Puri. The award was presented at a glittering ceremony held by the British Council at the Hotel Kempinsky Ambience, New Delhi on 8th July, 2015. Mrs. Meena Malik and Mrs. Anita Puri received the award on behalf of the School.



Donation to the Hon'ble Lt. Governor of Delhi for the Nepal Cause (Prime Minister's National Relief Fund)
The School, represented by its Founder, Smt. Sheila Verma, Principal Mrs. Anita Puri, Mr. Atul Puri, teachers and a group of students called on the Hon'ble Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, Mr. Najeeb Jung at his office to present a Draft of Rs. 500000/- (Rs. Five Lacs) towards its humble contribution to the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund, for the recent quake hit people of Nepal. While it was a privilege for us, the Hon'ble Lieutenant Governor complimented the Principal for the fine gesture. The Principal briefed him about the school and the role the institution is playing to spread education, particularly, for the weaker sections of the society. She also briefly informed him about the Golden Jubilee year celebrations of the school being held currently. The Hon'ble Lieutenant Governor also invited the students for an interactive session in the very near future.


Indian Association of the Blind Felicitation
The Indian Association for the Blind has awarded Cambridge Foundation School for its outstanding excellence and commitment towards voluntary contribution for the empowerment of persons with visual challenges.


Scholarship Awarded to Yukta Mehta
Yukta Mehta of Cambridge Foundation School, Rajouri Garden was awarded a Scholarship of Rs.80,000/- per year for 5 years for Higher Education under the Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE) for enrolment into education in basic and Natural Science Courses. She was within the top 1% at the class XII CBSE Examination 2014 with a score of 481 marks.  
Congratulatory letters from the Hon'ble HRD Minister, Govt. of India, Ms. Smriti Zubin Irani has also been rerceived by Khushboo Chopra (Chemistry-100) Yukta Mehta (Chemistry 100) and Tushar Sachdeva (Maths-100) for their dedicated hard work and commitment. Ms. Sheila Verma congratulated the School Manager Meena Malik and the school Principal Anita Puri on the outstanding performance of the students. She wished the students all success to fulfill their dreams and achieve their goals.


 

International Olympiad of Science Olympiad - Outstanding School Award
The School was awarded with the Outstanding School Award for its overall performance in the Level 2 of the International Olympiad of Science by the Society of Science Education. The School Manager Mrs. Meena Malik and Principal Mrs. Anita Puri, accepted the award.

Aditya Ranjan of Class 7A, secured the 1st Position at Level 2 of the International Olympiad of Science, he was presented with a Laptop and a Certificate of Merit

 


World Environment Day Felicitation - ECO Friendly School Of the Year Award
The School was awarded the “Eco Friendly School of the Year Award” on the occasion of the world environment day at the India International Centre, New Delhi. The theme of the World Environment Congress was “Think, Eat, Save” which is an anti-food waste and food loss campaign. The idea is to purposefully select foods that have less of an environmental impact such as organic foods that do not use chemicals in the production process. Amidst the august gathering, the School Manager Ms. Meena Malik was felicitated with the coveted award by the International Dignitaries.


Cambridge Foundation School Felicitates
Dr. (Smt.) Kiran Walia, Hon'ble Minister of Education, Govt. of NCT of Delhi

On the occasion of Teacher's Day, September 5th 2012, the School Principal, Mrs. Anita Puri, accompanied with Mrs. Meena Malik (Director), Mr. Atul Puri, felicitated Dr. (Smt.) Kiran Walia, Hon'ble Minister of Education, Govt. of NCT of Delhi.


British Council ISA Award
Cambridge Foundation School,  Rajouri Garden, was accredited with the much coveted British Council International School Award 2012-2015. The award was achieved when the CFS International School Award Team, successfully completed a series of activities, approved by the British Council, over the period of an year. These activities allowed CFS students to interact via email and video conferencing, with students from North Carolina (USA), and Germany. Mrs. Sheila Verma, along with the Principal, Mrs. Anita Puri and Director, Mrs. Meena Malik, congratulated and lauded the efforts of the CFS-ISA Team, Mrs. Manju Daur, Mrs. Meena Bhatia, Mrs. Rachna Kapoor, Mrs. Sisira Vishwanath, Mrs. Abha Gupta, Mrs. Usha Pathania, Mrs. Rakhi Khosla, Mrs. Seema Punhani, Mrs. Nanda Khanna, and Mr. Atul Hakim, the ISA Coordinator.

 


Mrs. Meena Malik (Manager, CFS) accepting the Award

SCHOOL MANAGEMENT AWARD
Cambridge Foundation School, was conferred with the School Management Award 2009, on the occasion of the World Management Congress on 31st December 2009, at the India International Centre. The award is for outstanding contribution in the area of Education Planning and School Management. The award has been instituted by the Global Open University, Nagaland and Confederation of Indian Universities, New Delhi.


Mrs. Sheila Verma Felicitated
Mrs. Sheila Verma was honoured with the Maharishi Patanjali Smriti Rashtriya Manav Ratna Samman by the Hon
'ble Chief Minister Mrs. Sheila Dixit, at an award function held at Teen Murti Auditorium, organized by Manav Kalyan Yog Va Prakratik Chikitsa Avam Siksha Sansthan, in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the field of education, sports and humanitarian activities.


Principal, Mrs. Anita Puri Receives the Global Human Rights Protection Award 2008
Our School Principal, Mrs. Anita Puri was awarded with the 2008 Global Human Rights Protection Award, at the  10th World Human Right Congress. The ceremony organized by the Indian Institute of Human Rights, on 10th December 2008., on the occasion of the 60th Anniversary of  The Declaration of Human Rights. She received the award from HE Mr. Carlos A. Yrigoyen, Acting Ambassador of Peru to India, for her outstanding work in the field of education and activities associated with providing education to under privileged students. The event was event attended by Ambassadors, High Commissioners, United Nations Diplomats, and Human Rights Activists. 


Congratulations Abhishek Harish !!
Abhishek Harish (Batch 2010) has done the School proud by scoring a near perfect SAT Score -
Physics - 800 / 800
Chemistry - 780 / 800
Mathemtics - 770 / 800

As you may be aware that SAT Subject Tests is the name for 20 multiple-choice standardized tests given on individual subjects, usually taken to improve a student's credentials for admission to colleges in the United States. Students typically choose which tests to take depending upon college entrance requirements for the schools to which they are planning to apply. Until 1994, the SAT Subject Tests were known as Achievement Tests, and until January 2005, they were known as SAT IIs; they are still commonly known by these names. Every test is now a one-hour timed test.



CFS Donates Rs.1,50,000/- towards Prime Minister's Relief Fund.
CFS students have made a sincere effort in raising Funds for the Victims of the recent Bihar Floods. The School staff contributed one days salary towards the same. An overall amount of Rs.1,50,000/- was collected. The Principal, Mrs. Anita Puri, Manager, Mrs. Meena Malik, along with a group students handed over the cheque towards the Prime Minister's Relief Fund to Mr. Tejendra Khanna, Lt. Governor of Delhi at Rajniwas on 31st October 2008.


Kudos Ruchi Gupta.
Ruchi Gupta, Ex Cambridgean, has done the school proud. She passed out in 1998, and joined St. Stephens College. Later she got admission into IIT Kanpur. Ruchi completed her Doctorate in Philosophy with an Award of Excellence at Stony Brook University, State of New York, USA. She is at present a Post Doctoral Associate at the Rockefeller University, New York.


Charitable at Heart
Bhawna Verma & Ashriya Dogra donated Rs. 5000 and Rs. 3000 to an AIDS Foundation. This was the prize money they had won an Inter School Drawing Competition


Bhawna Verma

Ashriya Dogra

Congratulations Jasmine Chawla
Jasmine Chawla an Ex-Cambridgean has done the school proud. The Cambridge Fraternity Wishes her all the Best.


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INTERNATIONAL SPACE SETTLEMENT DESIGN COMPETITION
Ashish Srivastava of XI A, has made the school proud. He has been selected to represent one of the teams of Asia in the International Space Settlement Design Competition, organised by NASA, USA. He cleared the semi-finals in which there were over 400 competitors from all over the world. The Chairperson, Mrs. Sheila Verma has provided him with a PC and a Broadband Internet Connection,  to assist him in his research and project work.

Ashish Srivastava has been selected as Team Leader of a team of 40 students from all over the world. He is to travel to NASA, USA, to work the Space Settlement Project in 2009.


NIE Student of the Year Award
Shefali Wadha of Class X, was awarded the News Paper In Education - Student of the Year Award, by the Times of India Group. She received a Cheque for Rs.1000/- and also a trophy by the organization.


Kudos Dinesh Chand Sagar, IPS, CVO, CCI, Mumbai
Ex Cambridgean

Mr. Dinesh Chand Sagar, was awarded the Police Gallantry Medal by His Excellency, The President of India on 15th August 2008.