albany - MyExperienceataTechnofest

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My Experience at a ‘Technofest’ My early days wasn’t the same as most of the other kids. I got the opportunity to travel to many  different places with my father, who is in a transferable job. I tried to adjust and adapt well to the  new surroundings and schools and was particularly excited to make new friends. The initial  years of my childhood were spent in Assam, a North-Eastern state in India. It was a very  different place in terms of climate, culture, language and festivals and I enjoyed it all as a child. I  got a chance to learn from a diverse culture. Unfortunately me being a migrant was a complete  alien to their native language which to an extent secluded me from my peers. After six years I  along   with   my   father   shifted   to   our   native   place   Lucknow   where   I   was   admitted   to   City  Montessori School (CMS), an internationally renowned school. This school was very different  from other schools and received UNESCO prize for Peace Education in 2002. I was endowed  with courage and confidence and became an extrovert person. Being a student of CMS, I 
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