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Dr Jagdish Gandhi for World Happiness

In this world, billions come and pass away but only a few think, talk, act and dedicate their life to live a vision that is as broad and big as 'World Happiness'.
The world, fortunately, has on person who is rare and unique - Dr Jagdish Gandhi, a man who has persevered since 1959, hardly sleeping and dedicating his every breath for the mission - happiness of the people of the world. With this mission in mind, he founded a school with little means but great hopes and a powerful vision that one day his students will pass from its portals, carrying the ideals of world unity and world peace.

Brief Biography of Dr Jagdish Gandhi, Founder, CMS

Dr Jagdish Gandhi is a renowned Indian Educationist and Founder of World’s largest School – the City Montessori School, popularly known as CMS, located in Lucknow, India. Dr Gandhi is a peace activist who has travelled globally and has been building bridges of unity and peace for more than five decades. For his long-standing contributions to education in peace, the United Nations awarded the prestigious UNESCO Prize for Peace Education for the year 2002 of US$30,000/- to his unique creation – the City Montessori School, popularly known as CMS, which Dr Gandhi founded in 1959 with 5 children and borrowed capital of Rupees 300/- (Less than US $10 at that time). The school is listed in the Guinness Book since 1999 as the World’s Largest School in a single city with the present enrollment of over 56,000 pupils for the session 2018-2019. Dr Gandhi and his school have received several honours such as Key to the Georgetown (USA), Gusi Peace Prize, Philippines, Nuclear Free Future Special Achievement Award, Germany, and Changemakers’ Innovation Award, USA. He was also awarded an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Education by Russia’s Bashkir State Pedagogical University in the year 2009.

 Dr Gandhi believes that World Judiciary is the last and only hope for survival of humanity and therefore he has been leading a campaign on behalf of 56,000 CMS students representing world's over two billion children and generations yet-to-be-born. The highlight of the campaign if the annual World Judiciary Summits and the International Conferences of Chief Justices of the World in which 1299 Hon’ble Chief Justices, Judges and Heads of States from 136 countries of the world have participated since 2001. The 21st Annual Conference, the World Judiciary Summit will be held from4 to 10 November 2020  at CMS Kanpur Road Campus, Lucknow. For more information please visit www.cmseducation.org/article51

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International Conferences of Chief Justices of World

1. The resolution of the Chief Justice Conference
2. Pictorial of 1299 Eminent Heads of State, Chief Justices and Judges from 133 countries
3. List of 1299 Eminent Heads of State, Chief Justices and Judges from 136 countries
4. Tentative Programme programe of 21st Chief Justice of Conference


Model of New Education
for the 21st Century Devised by Dr Jagdish Gandhi


CMS delivers ace results in ISC and ICSE 2019:
9 CMS students in 2nd and 3rd ISC national ranks
2 CMS students in 2nd and 3rd ICSE national ranks

Dr Jagdish Gandhi received an Honorary Doctorate Degree at the School of Law, National University of Mongolia on 27 May 2015 (Read detailed repor)
Read article in Digital Learning Magazine, January 2014 Issue
Imparting value-based Education 

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1299 Eminent Heads of State, Chief Justices & Judges from
136 Countries of the World
who have participated in
International Conferences of Chief Justices of the World
on Article 51 of the Constitution of India
from the Year 2001 to 2019
at Lucknow, India

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Read article in Mentor Magazine, June 2013 Issue
A Desire to Change the World - Dr Jagdish Gandhi, Founder-Manager, City Montessori School
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1. Chief Electoral Officer, Uttar Pradesh

2. Kofi Annan Foundation

3. Nelson Mandela Foundation
4. Desmond Tutu Peace Centre
5. Tony Blair Faith Foundation
6. Gorbachev Foundation
7. World Peace Prayer Society
8. The Carter Center
9. United Nations
12. European Parliament
13. World Future Council
14. International Peace Bureau
15. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
16. Clinton Global Initiative
17. United Religions Initiative
18. IPCC
19. Ashoka
20. Amnesty International
21. WWF-US
22. Human Resource Watch
23. Grameen Bank

All Great Leaders have advocated
the formation of a World Government
Some great World Leaders have said:

Mahatma Gandhi, said: "The future peace, security and ordered progress of the world demand a world federation of free nations, and on no other basis can the problems of the modern world be solved."

Pt Jawaharlal Nehru, the Prime Minister of India
 said: “Either the world will unite or it will perish.”

Dr. B R Ambedkar

said "Law and Order are the medicine of the body politic and when the body politic gets sick, medicine must be administered."
(Body Politic of the world has become sick it requires the medicine of Law & Order.)

Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, President of India
 said: “There will be one central authority to which the instruments of coercion will be surrendered and a fraction of the sovereignty of independent nation states will have to be given up for the security of the whole world...”

U. Thant,
UN General Secretary 
said: “A world under law is realistic and attainable.”

Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia

 a great socialist leader constituted, 'World Development Council', a step towards creation of 'World Government', with a view to establish peace in the whole world.

Bertrand Russell
said "Our goal, I repeat, should be the creation of a world government".

Jan Tinbergen,
 Nobel Laureate in Economics
 said: “Mankind’s problems can no longer be solved by national governments. What is needed is a world government”. He also stressed that a strong veto-less United Nations is needed which can pave the way for the formation of a World Government.
Winston Churchill,
 Prime Minister of UK
 said: “Unless we establish a world government, it will not be possible for us to avert the World War III.”

John F. Kennedy,
 President of USA
 said: “We must create worldwide law and law enforcement agency, as we outlaw worldwide war and weapons.”

Dwight D. Eisenhower,
 President of USA 
said: “There must be law, steadily invoked and respected by all nations, for without law, the world promises only such meager justice as the pity of the strong upon the weak.”

Mikhail Gorbachev,
President of USSR 
said: “An awareness of the need for some kind of global government is gaining ground, one in which all members of the world community would take part.”