City Pride School being a Konkani Linguistic School, Konkani Linguistic students will be given direct admission::Once again City Pride Group of Schools finds itself on the pedestal of the prestigious Times School Survey of best school in two categories, "Highest parent satisfaction" and gets the title as " Next Generation school "::Super-duper performance at Std X board exams by students of CPS, 80 students scoring above 90%, 45 students between 80%-90% and 35 students below 80% ::City Pride School team of students won "Seed the future entrepreneurs" competition and bagged a prize money of Rs.75000 ::City Pride School, Nigdi has won Sustainability Award of US$ 2500 ( approx. ₹190000) in an International Competition addressing Sustainable development goals. Our school project, named YUGMA is one among 17 International winners

KALAGRAN – online competition organised by City Pride School, Nigdi in collaboration with PCMC Municipal Education Department.


City Pride School extols the artistic performances of the Municipal School students during the Pandemic. City Pride School, in collaboration with PCMC Municipal Education Department, organised a colourful online competition during the Diwali Holidays of November December 2020. The idea was to give the students of the Municipal Corporation Schools of std 1 to 9 , a chance to showcase their artistic talents.
About 105 students participated in this online competition called KALARANG. The idea was met with equally enthusiastic participation of children in exploring the current issues through painting, singing, oration, essay writing and so on.
The award ceremony for the same was held on 19th July 2021, at 4 pm at City Pride School, in the presence of Honourable Mr. Rajesh Patil, Commissioner, PCMC. The organisers gave away useful prizes like, mobiles, synthesizers, scientific and intellectual games, drawing materials and so on to 22 winners and their mentors.
In his speech, Shri Rajeshji Patil appreciated everybody’s efforts and urged teachers to give more opportunities to children. He also promised that special efforts will be made to increase the quality of schools in the corporation area and appreciating the role played by reputed schools like City Pride school, wished that more such endeavours will be undertaken. Ms. Jyotsna Shinde, Administrative Officer, Municipal Board of Education, lauded the organisers for their well planned and exemplary initiative in the corona period. She mentioned that the main objective of the competition was to give way to the latent talents in students of the municipal schools.
Dr. Ashwini Kulkarni, Director CPS, herself asserted in her closing speech that such programmes will be continued from henceforth and a real reformation will be sought when children and teachers from City Pride School and the Municipal schools will come together making inclusive education a reality.
The ceremony was graced by Mr. M.D. Jambhekar, Chairman, ATSS, Dr. Deepali Sawai, Director, CPS, Ms. Maya Sawant, Principal, Mrs. Netre Kulkarni, Vice Principal, Ms.Jabin Shaikh, Educator, Municipal corporation School, and other teachers. Mrs Janhavi Kadlaskar and Mrs. Vrushali Dengwekar anchored the programme.
Total students appeared – 163