• Annual Educational Fair Dhwani 2022 on 18 November 2022
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News Updates


Reopening Day 2022


CNIS reopened in its brand new campus at Kazhakoottam on 6 June 2022. Ms Navjot Khosa, honourable district collector of Trivandrum marked the beginning of the offline schooling by lighting the lamp. Ms Khosa addressed the students stressing the importance of staying motivated and focussed in reaching one’s goals. The grand ceremony embraced a talent showcase by the CNItes.

Gratitude Day


CNItes of Grade VII presented a live assembly on 11 March 2022, at the Kazhakoottam Campus, expressing thanks to all those who have helped them grow and evolve into better individuals. The assembly started with a humble gesture of thanking the Manager Rev. Fr. Paul Mangad CMI , Principal Rev. Fr. Thomas Chennattusserry CMI, Vice Principal Rev. Fr. Tinto Pulinchuvallil CMI, Academic Coordinator Ms. Ambili Gopalakrishnan, Section Heads- Dr. Sabitha P R (Senior School ), Ms. Geeta Nayar (Middle School) and Ms. K Preeti (Junior School), teachers, administrative and support staff by presenting them with beautiful handmade cards and flowers- a true expression of their love and respect towards them.

Graduation day


The graduation ceremony of the outgoing students was held on 9 March 2022 at CNIS Kazhakkoottam campus. The students cherished the beautiful memories of their school life. The School Principal Fr Thomas Chennattusserry CMI addressed the gathering and gave the students the message of pursuing one’s dreams with hope and determination.

AITA Talent Series Winner


CNIte Ephinoah Oommen Richi of Grade 9-I has come first in Under 16 Doubles in AITA (All India Tennis Association) Talent Series. He has also bagged his first semi-finalist title in Under 16 Singles Category.

Republic Day


The 73rd republic day of our nation was celebrated through a virtual class assembly video presented by the Grade 2 students. The School Principal, Rev. Fr. Thomas Chennattusserry CMI gave a heart-warming message of praying for the national heroes and the leaders. Fr. also highlighted the significance of praying for the humanity as a whole during these trying times. Children dressed up as national heroes was a feast to the eyes. They showed their reverence to the great leaders through patriotic songs and dance that evoked the spirit of unity.

National Girl child Day


National girl child day was celebrated through an online assembly video by the CNItes of Grade 3. Ms. Aruna Pillai, Deputy Manager- Operations at Allianz Services gave an inspirational message to the students on the special occasion. She conveyed the importance of chasing one’s dream. Children portrayed the roles of eminent Indian women who have established in their careers.

Indian Army Day


Indian army day was celebrated on 15 January through a virtual assembly conducted by Grade 4 students. Major Anand from the Indian army gave an inspiring and thought-provoking message to the children about the significance of the Indian armed forces. Children paid tribute to the Indian army through slogans that evoked the spirit of patriotism.

Founders Day


The 150th death anniversary of St. Kuriakose Elias Chavara, the founder of the CMI congregation, was commemorated through a video based on St Chavara’s life and his valuable teachings to the younger generation.

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