Waroda, P.O. Kalmeshwar, Nagpur MS 441501
Pin 441501, M.S. Nagpur, Mob.7566505815, 7387710166 Ph. 07118-277555,277272
Admission open for Classes Nursary  to IX Session 2018-19

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Mob.7566505815, 7387710166  Ph. 07118-277555,277272

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School Timings:-

Pre -Primary:  Monday-Friday from 9.00 am to 1.00 pm
Primary & Secondary: Monday-Friday I-X: 8.00 am to 2.15 pm,  Saturday I-X: 8.00 am to 12.15pm

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About

OUR INSPIRATION & CMI POLICY OF EDUCATION


Saint Kuriakose Elias Chavara
(1805-1871)

Saint Kuriakose Elias Chavara was born on 10 February 1805 at Kainakary, Kerala. At the age of five he began his studies in a village school, called kalari. When he was 13, he joined the seminary at Pallipuram for his priestly training. While he was in the seminary, his parents and his eldest brother died of an epidemic. On 29 November 1829, he became a priest.
Saint Chavara was instrumental in founding two Catholic Religious Congregations- One for men. Carmelities of Mary Immaculate(CMI), and the other for women. Congregation of Mother for Carmel(CMC), for the spiritual renewal and all round development of the society.
Starting seven ashrams and convent in different parts of Kerala, Chavara initiated a spiritual movement among the people of Kerala. He established the first Catholic Sanskrit School, a major seminary and a printing & publishing house a Mannanam.
He directed that every church should start a school attached to it and encouraged children even poorer sections to attend the schools by supplying midday meal and dress for them. He founded a "Home of Charity"; to take of the destitute the beggars, the uncared sick and the old.He also organizes the first voluntary association in Kerala  for self -help among the needy.
Even in the midst of such manifold activities, he found time to write several literary and spiritual books in prose as well as verse. Among them 'Ananstasyayude Ratkthasakshyam' is the first narrative poem and 'Nalagamangal' the first chronical of histroy in Malayalam. He knew seven languages- Malayalam, Tamil, Sanskrit, Syriac, Latin, Italian and Portuaguese.
Essentially, however, Saint Chavara was a man of prayer and great charity. He lived for 65 years  and died on 3rd January 1871. His sanctity was officially recognized by the church, whwn Pope John Paul II Declared him 'Blessed' on 8 February 1986  and Pop Franses declared him 'Saint' on 23rd November. 2014. Saint chavara is the heavenly parton of all CMI nad CMC Institutiton .Let us pray to him to intercede before God for all our needs, epecially for success in our studies.

Profile of Student: 

  • Intellecttually competent
  • Spiritually Mature
  • Morally Upright
  • Psychologically integrated Physically healthy
  • Champion of justice, love truth and peace 
The Vision:
  • To impart quality education enabling the pupils to keep abreast of the times.
  • To provide a comprehensive education so as to develop in the children a sound character and balanced personality.
  • To mold the children with a keen sense of discipline,responsibilities, initiative, self reliance and integrity.
  • To impart a sound religious and moral education so as uphold moral values in life.
  • To ensure sound physical and intellectual growth.
School Logo & Moto:

   
Carmel Academy aims at the integral development of the child into a fully alive persons. Our motto is 'GROW ENLIGHTENED' and inspiration for the motto is Lord Jesus who "grew in wisdom, age and in divine and human grace".

PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE