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CMR Jnanadhara Trust

The CMR Jnanadhara Trust was established in 1990, as a tribute to the late Sri Chikka Muniyappa Reddy, a visionary educationalist and philanthropist who believed that every individual deserves access to a quality education. In accordance with his vision, the CMR educational institutes were founded to give every student a chance at an outstanding, value-based and well-rounded education. The CMR Jnanadhara Trust supports and manages all the activities of the CMR Group of Institutions.

CMR Group of Institutions

The CMR Group is a unique educational conglomerate consisting of K-12 schools, a number of institutions of Higher Education, a Pre-University College, various Centres of Excellence in Research, and a Private University. These educational institutions are located at eleven different campuses across the city of Bangalore, India. CMR has also partnered with the National Education Trust to found the NPS International School on a lush 6-acre campus in Singapore. The Group caters to over 18000 students from 58+ countries. Academic programmes are varied and cover more than 50 areas of study including engineering, education, law, management, biosciences, business administration, and psychology at the undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral levels.

These institutions were established to promote academic and professional excellence in their respective fields. The CMR Group of Institutions include:

CMR National Public School
CMR National P.U. College
CMR High School
CMR Institute of Management Studies
CMR Institute of Technology
CMR School of Legal Studies (formerly Law School)
CMR Centre for Business Studies
CMR Life Skills Institute
NPS International School, Singapore
Ekya School JP Nagar
Ekya School ITPL
Ekya School BTM Layout
Ekya Early Years Kanakpura Road

CMR Logo

The CMR logo is rooted in Indian tradition, yet rendered in the contemporary form of the Hamsa, the Swan. The swan is the carrier of Goddess Saraswathi – the Goddess of Learning.

It is said that the Swan with its sensitive beak has the power of discrimination – an ability to distinguish pure milk from a mixture of milk and water. The wings of the Swan rendered in the alternating flowing lines of blue and white represent the metaphor of milk and water. The blue stands for clarity of purpose and the white for purity of vision. The overall form of the logo radiates and sparkles in the calm, self-contained posture of the Swan gliding on water.