Dear Parent

With the winter chill setting in, WINTER CARNIVAL 2018, comes as a tempting invite to spend the day in the sun. Scheduled for Saturday, 15 December 2018 from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm, it promises you uninterrupted hours of music, games and rides, eats and drinks, and much more. We are sending you the invitation card which has to be brought along to facilitate free entry to the carnival.

  • Friday, 14 December 2018 will be a holiday for students of Classes Nursery to XII. ONLY student volunteers working for the Carnival will come to school on Friday, 14 December 2018, from 8:00 am to 12:30 pm. The school buses shall ply at both times. Students who do not use the school bus regularly may do so on Friday, 14 December 2018 with proper consent slip.
  • On Saturday, 15 December 2018, NO school buses will ply on any route. The students on carnival duty have to make their own arrangements to travel to school and back. They should reach school in their school blazers atleast 15 minutes before they begin their scheduled duty. The duty roster shall be announced by the class teachers in each class in advance.
  • Students who come to the carnival with a valid school identity card shall be allowed free entry into the school premises.

We look forward to seeing all of you at WINTER CARNIVAL 2018 and assure you of loads of fun and entertainment.

(MALLIKA PREMAN)

PRINCIPAL

 
CIRCULAR 
Classes: VI-IX & XI A
TIS/CIR/P/84/18-19                                                                                                     
December 2018

 

Dear Parent

The city of Delhi has a long and glorious history and a vibrant culture. Citizens of Delhi live in a pluralistic society which has amalgamated its new and old elements in its right spirit. But very often, century old buildings go unnoticed as the modern architecture tends to overshadow the older areas of the city.

Our school has joined hands with Itihaas, a trust run by a group of committed people who take school children on heritage walks across the city. The students see places that played a part in Delhi’s political and cultural history, listen to stories about them and meet with people who bring that history alive.

We need to famillarize our students with our heritage and with this objective we are organizing the heritage walk for students of Classes VI to IX & XI A, as per the schedule given. The cost mentioned is the fee per student for each walk, which will include the cost of the tickets & professional guidance. The walk will be conducted during school hours.

CLASS

DATE

NAME OF THE WALK

FEE PER STUDENT

VI

18- 12- 2018

Red Fort, Mughal Marvel

350 per student

Visit the heart of the medieval world’s most celebrated cities, and hear the tale of its glorious past, and of the Emperor who dreamed of and created this medieval marvel which still continues to be a centrepiece in the country’s identity.

VII

19-12-2018

Mohandas to Mahatma

350 per student

 

Examine the life and legacy of one of the country’s most beloved leaders, through a visit to the many museums dedicated to keeping his legacy alive.  Interact with the places, people and the objects that today represent Gandhiji’s legacy as a figure of peace and non-violence.

VIII

20-12-2018

Revolt of 1857

375 per student

 

Step into the shoes of the Indian mutineers and Indian sepoys and revisit the site of one of the most momentous events of Indian history. Map the path of those who fought, fled and witnessed the Revolt of 1857 as it unfolded in Delhi.  The walk includes a church, cemetery and Kashmiri gate.

IX & XI A

15-1-2019

The Ali Naqvi Judiciary visit

400 per student

 

The Ali Naqvi Judiciary visit takes the students to a Police Station and to a Court in session.  This visit takes the students to places which give them a knowledge of the country’s legal and judicial system.  The walk will take the students across a range of institutions from Police Stations to Museum, to Courts and public spaces, where they meet and interact with the upholders of the country’s judicial system.

If you are interested in sending your ward kindly send the consent form along with the amount latest by Thursday,                   13 December 2018 to the class teacher.

 

(Mallika Preman)
PRINCIPAL

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Consent Form
Classes: VI-IX & XI A
TIS/CIR/P/84/18-19                                                                                                           
December 2018                 

                                                                        

I, ___________________________________, parent/guardian of ________________________________of class & sec. ___________ permit my ward to go on the walk arranged for her/his class.

___________________________                                         _________________________                                          _________________

        Name of the Parent                                                           Signature of the Parent                                                             Date

 
CIRCULAR 
CLASSES:  VI TO XI
TIS/CIR/P/82/18-19                                                                                                                      
November 2018

                                                                                

Dear Parent

Our school has been conducting student exchange programs, with students in France, which have been well appreciated by the parents and students alike. These programs are a rich learning experience for our students. This year too, we are organising an Educational and Cultural Exchange program with our partner school, College Marias Casares, in Lyon, France from Wednesday, 1st May 2019 to Friday, 10th May 2019.

Our students will stay with a host family so that they can learn about their culture in the true sense. They will participate in various cultural activities and will explore the cities of Lyon and Paris. The students will correspond with their French hosts beforehand over skype and will host these students on their visit to India in April 2020. The trip includes a two-day visit to Paris, as well as, a day visit to the Alps city of Grenoble. Security of our students will be strictly supervised at all times and the host families will be carefully chosen.

The total cost of this program is ₹1,40,000/- (One lakh forty thousand only), which includes :

  1. Air Ticket
  2. Travel Insurance Cover
  3. Public Transport in France
  4. All meals
  5. Visa fees
  6. Hotel stay in Paris
  7. Entry tickets to all monuments.

In case you would like your ward to participate in this program, kindly deposit the consent slip along with your ward’s valid passport as well as the first instalment of  ₹70,000/- by Monday, 10th December 2018, to the French teacher. The cheques should be made in the name of Frehindi Education (P) Ltd.

(Mallika Preman)

PRINCIPAL

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CONSENT SLIP
CLASSES: VI TO XI
TIS/CIR/P/82/18-19                                                                                                          
November 2018

      

I ___________________________  parent of __________________________ of Class & Sec. ____________________ would like to send my ward for an Educational and Cultural Exchange program with our partner school, College Marias Casares, in Lyon, France from 1st May 2019 to 10th May  2019 .  I am also sending a cheque of 70,000/- as the first installment of the programme.

____________________________                                   _________________________                                                __________________

        Name of the Parent                                                        Signature of the Parent                                                                Date

 
TIS/CIR/P/81/18-19
December 2018
REVISED DATESHEET – CLASSES X & XII                            
PRE-BOARD EXAMINATION

 

   DAY & DATE

                X

             XII A

              XII B

             XII C

26.12.2018

[Wed]

Social Science

Political Science

        Accountancy

Chemistry

28.12.2018

[Fri]

         Hindi/ French

         English

English

English

10.01.2019

[Thur]

Math

Geography

Business Studies

           Physics*

12.01.2019

[Sat]

English

     Economics/ P.Ed./Psychology

Economics

Economics/C.Sc/P.Ed//Psychology

14.01.2019

[Mon]

Science

Math/Hist

           Math

Math/Biology

 

 

*Students of Class XII Science, appearing for IIT exam will have their Physics theory paper on Wednesday, 16th January 2019.

 

Points to Note:

  • The second Pre Board Examination will be based on the entire syllabus in each subject and as per the latest CBSE pattern.
  • The timings for the examination will be from 8:00 am to 11:30 am. Classes will be held after the examination till 2:00 pm. However students can go back home after the exam provided the duly signed consent slip is sent by Tuesday, 4th December 2018. The students should not come to school on the days when they don’t have an examination.
  • There must be no communication between students in writing, speech or gesture once they enter the examination room. A student who resorts to any kind of malpractice during the examination will be awarded ZERO for that particular subject and will be suspended from appearing in the rest of the papers. NO request will be entertained for showing any leniency in such cases.
  • BRINGING MOBILE PHONES TO SCHOOL DURING THE EXAMINATIONS IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED FOR ALL STUDENTS.
  • As per the new examination guidelines issued by CBSE, possession of mobile phones, calculators, written material, books, notes etc. will be considered as an attempt to cheat and will result in strict action being taken against the erring student.
  • Students must not write anything on the question paper except for their name and roll number. No Rough Work or Calculation should be done on the question paper. Any violation of this rule will result in strict action.
  • Students must bring their own stationery. They will not be allowed to borrow any stationery item during examination.
  • Practical examination for pre boards will be held from Monday, 17th December 2018 onwards. Schedule for the practical examination will be put on the class display board.
  • There will be regular school for the students of Classes X and XII from Tuesday, 15th January 2019. Answer sheets of the Pre Board examination will be shown to students on 21st January 2019.

 

(Mallika Preman)
PRINCIPAL
 
CIRCULAR
   CLASSES – IX & X
TIS/CIR/P/70/18-19                                                                                             
October 2018

                                                                                 

Dear Parent

As per CCE the grading system for Classes IX and X was based on a band of percentage where students securing marks in a particular range were awarded same grade. For example all students who secured marks between 91 and 100 were awarded A1, students securing marks between 81 and 90 were awarded A2 and so on. 

With change in the examination pattern the grading system for Classes IX and X has also changed and is now similar to the grading system of Classes XI and XII. It is now based on percentile which allows every student to assess their performance vis-a-vis the class. 

For awarding the grades, the Board shall put all the passed students in a rank order and will award grades as follows: 

  • A-1  - Top 1/8th of the passed candidates 
  • A-2 - Next 1/8th of the passed candidates 
  • B-1 - Next 1/8th of the passed candidates 
  • B-2 - Next 1/8th of the passed candidates 
  • C-1 - Next 1/8th of the passed candidates 
  • C-2 - Next 1/8th of the passed candidates 
  • D-1 - Next 1/8th of the passed candidates 
  • D-2 - Next 1/8th of the passed candidates 
  • E - Failed candidates 

 

Kindly note: 

  1. Minor variations in proportion of candidates to adjust ties will be made. 
  2. In case of a tie, all the students getting the same score, will get the same grade. If the number of students at a score point need to be divided into two segments, the smaller segment will go with the larger. 
  3. Method of grading will be used in subjects where the number of candidates who have passed is more than 500. 
  4. In respect of subjects where total number of candidates passing in a subject is less than 500, the grading would be adopted on the pattern of grading and distribution in other similar subjects. 

 

(Mallika Preman)
PRINCIPAL
 
CIRCULAR
CLASSES NURSERY-XII
TIS/CIR/P/62/18-19                                                                                                             
October 2018

 

LIST OF BANNED ITEMS IN THE SCHOOL PREMISES

Dear Parent

In the interest of the health and safety of students, staff, other members of the school and visitors to the school, the school requests parents and students to ensure that inappropriate and dangerous item, or any inappropriate and harmful substances, are not brought into school.

The list below is not exhaustive but is intended as a guide. The specified items on the list, and any item that would fall into the first 3 categories, should not be brought in to school.

  1. FIRE LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
  • Matches, lighters, etc
  • Explosive material of any kind
  1. DRUGS and SMOKING EQUIPMENT
  • Cigarettes
  • E-cigarettes
  • Tobacco
  • Cigarette papers
  • Alcohol
  • Solvents
  • Any form of illegal drug
  • Any other drugs except medicines covered by the Prescribed Medicines Procedure 3.
  1. WEAPONS and OTHER DANGEROUS IMPLEMENTS or SUBSTANCES
  • Knives, including pen knives and craft knives
  • Razors
  • Catapults
  • Guns of any kind, including replicas and BB guns
  • Laser pens and LED torches
  • Knuckle dusters and studded arm bands, bracelets, etc.
  • Whips or similar items such as long chains
  • Pepper sprays and gas canisters (e.g. CS gas) • Fireworks or explosives of any kind
  • Dangerous chemicals (e.g. strong acids and alkalis, bleaches, hair dyes, etc.)
  1. Other Items
  • Any form of liquid based correction fluid
  • Energy drinks
  • Offensive material (pornographic, homophobic, racist etc.)
  • Any aerosol (other than essential medication) Note: students should use non-aerosol deodorants
  • Cameras (unless prior permission is taken from the concerned teacher) Note: the school reserves the right to confiscate cameras or mobile phones and to delete any unauthorised pictures or video recordings of students or staff
  • Electronic paging devices, cell phones and head sets of any kind are not to be used during school hours.

Sanctions under the Student Behaviour Policy may be applied to any student found in possession of any banned item or any item that the school deems to be unsuitable and dangerous.

The school reserves the right to expel students in extreme cases, or when students or parents have already received warnings about banned items.

(Mallika Preman)
PRINCIPAL
 
CIRCULAR
Classes Nursery to XII
TIS/CIR/P/32/18-19                                                                                                                                              
July, 2018                                                                                           

Dear Parent

As you are aware, the monsoon season brings with it the proliferation of water borne diseases such as Dengue, Malaria and Chikungunya.  As per the standard government advisory, I am enclosing this list of guidelines for your perusal and compliance, so that we can prevent our children from being afflicted.

I sincerely hope that with your cooperation, support and prayer our children shall stay protected and safe from any illness or disease.

Do’s

Don’ts

  • Keep all the water containers/overhead tanks etc. properly covered.
  • Dry all the desert coolers and containers in house, offices, factories, schools etc. once a week.
  • Add two table-spoons of Petrol/kerosene oil in desert coolers containers, uncovered / improperly covered tanks etc. if they can’t be dried weekly.
  • Use mosquito repellants on exposed parts during daytime to prevent mosquito bites.
  • Wear full sleeved clothes and long dresses/ trousers that cover arms and legs, especially during epidemic season to prevent mosquito bite.
  • Use mesh doors/windows, mosquito coils, vapour mats etc. to keep mosquito away.
  • Use bed nets even during day time especially for infants and small children.
  • Protect dengue patients from mosquito bites by any of above methods.
  • Weekly anti-larval measures in and around construction sites where there are water collections.
  • Ensure that there is no water logging on the roof top, in the ground areas around the schools and there is no broken furniture in open space.
  • Don’t let water to collect in and around houses, offices, schools, factories etc.
  • Don’t let broken earthenware, bottles, pots, flower vase etc. to collect outside or on roof tops.
  • Don’t leave water in desert cooler when not in use.
  • Don’t store water uncovered or in not properly covered containers/ tanks.
  • Don’t store tyres outside in workshops, godowns etc.
  • Don’t give aspirin/ brufen to patients with dengue fever.

 

(Mallika Preman)
PRINCIPAL
 
 CIRCULAR 
CLASS IX 
TIS/CIR/P/29/18-19                                                                                                                                
July 2018

                                                                                           

Dear Parent

It has been observed that students are not taking their internal assessment sincerely.  I would like to reiterate that as per CBSE, Internal Assessment carries a weightage of 20% per subject. Details of the same has been shared with you through circular no. TIS/CIR/P/19/18-19 and is also available on the school website.

Kindly make note of the following:

  • Every student is expected to complete her/his written assignments and participate in subject enrichment activities as and when conducted in the class. They should also study well for the periodic tests, which otherwise will hamper their marks in Internal Assessment resulting in low scores in the final result, in spite of a good performance in the End Term Examination / Board Examinations. In view of this, I would advise you to guide your ward about the importance of Internal Assessment marks of Class IX so that you or your ward does not have to face disappointment at the end of the session.
  • CBSE has introduced a new component, Health and Physical Education (HPE), in the Secondary and Senior Secondary school curriculum. The HPE has four essential key areas; Games/Sports, Health & Fitness, Social Empowerment through Work Education and Action (SEWA) and Health & Physical record. Students will be required to wear their sports uniform on days of Health & Fitness activity and their sports activities. Each student will be required to do an NSS activity as a part of the SEWA program. The students need to maintain a portfolio with evidence of participation and achievements in each of the above.  

 Health and Physical Activities will be recorded in the form of marks by the sports teachers and the activity teachers.  Students are required to undertake these activities with full zest and sincerity on a regular basis to secure the required grades. They should record all their participation and achievement in this as guided by teachers.

I would also like to reiterate that In order to be declared as having passed Class IX Examination, a student must obtain a minimum of 33% marks in both the Internal Assessment and the Final Examination separately and in each of the five subjects individually.

(Mallika Preman)
PRINCIPAL

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CONSENT FORM
 CLASS IX
TIS/CIR/P/29/18-19                                                                                                                         
July 2018

                                                                                                

 I ____________________________ parent of _____________________ of class ________________ understand that my ward needs to be sincere with her/his internal assessment assignments and I will ensure that she/he submits all the work as per the schedule.

____________________________                                                      _________________________                           __________________

        Signature of the Parent                                                                       Name of the Parent                                              Date

 
CIRCULAR
CLASS X
TIS/CIR/P/28/18-19                                                                                                                                 
July 2018

                                                                                            

Dear Parent

It has been observed that students are not taking their internal assessment sincerely.  I would like to reiterate that as per CBSE, Internal Assessment carries a weightage of 20% per subject in the final result of Class X. Details of the same has been shared with you through circular no TIS/CIR/P/20/18-19 and is also available on the school website.

Kindly make note of the following:

  • Every student is expected to complete her/his written assignments and participate in subject enrichment activities as and when conducted in the class. They should also study well for the periodic tests, which otherwise will hamper their marks in Internal Assessment resulting in low scores in the final result, in spite of a good performance in the End Term Examination / Board Examinations. In view of this, I would advise you to guide your ward about the importance of Internal Assessment marks of Class X so that you or your ward does not have to face disappointment at the end of the session.
  • CBSE has introduced a new component, Health and Physical Education (HPE), in the Secondary and Senior Secondary school curriculum. The HPE has four essential key areas; Games/Sports, Health & Fitness, Social Empowerment through Work Education and Action (SEWA) and Health & Physical record. Students will be required to wear their sports uniform on days of Health & Fitness activity and their sports activities. Each student will be required to do an NSS activity as a part of the SEWA program. The students need to maintain a portfolio with evidence of participation and achievements in each of the above.  

Health and Physical Activities will be recorded in the form of marks by the sports teachers and the activity teachers.  Students are required to undertake these activities with full zest and sincerity on a regular basis to secure the required grades.

(Mallika Preman)
PRINCIPAL

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

 CONSENT FORM 
 CLASS X
TIS/CIR/P/28/18-19                                                                                                                    
July 2018

 I ____________________________ parent of _____________________ of Class ________________ understand that my ward needs to be sincere with her/his internal assessment assignments and I will ensure that she/he submits all the work as per the schedule.

____________________________                                                  _________________________                           __________________

        Signature of the Parent                                                                   Name of the Parent                                              Date

 
CIRCULAR
CLASSES NURSERY - XII
TIS/CIR/P/26/18-19                                                                                                                    
July 2018               

     

Dear Parent

The onset of the monsoon in Delhi ahead of its schedule got with it a unique freshness to the beginning of the school term after the summer break.

We are sure that the students had an enjoyable and relaxing time with family and friends at home and were also able to use this time gainfully to improve upon themselves.

Tagore International School, East of Kailash has also undergone tremendous infrastructural transformation during this time, to gear up for the upcoming academic session. Great care was taken to ensure that the existing facilities were improved and updated for our students and staff. We would like to highlight some of them for you.

  • The junior computer lab has undergone a complete makeover.
  • More computers have been added so that there is one computer per student.
  • The Biology Laboratory has shifted to the first level in the computer block and is a very spacious and airy room.
  • The two School Counselors (SR. & JR.) now have individual counseling rooms. We have ensured that the privacy of the student is respected.
  • Our senior library has undergone major renovation. It has become very vibrant with painted walls, pillars and glass with graffiti and splashes of colours, all done by our students. The mezzanine has been converted into a Resource Center. It is an ideal place for reflective learning.
  • Furniture in quite a few classrooms has been upgraded and we are in the process of changing the flooring of the audio visual room.

We are working towards improving the aesthetics of the school for creating a good learning spaces for the students. We would like to thank you for your continued support as always.

(Mallika Preman)
PRINCIPAL
 
CIRCULAR
CLASS XI
TIS/CIR/P/25/18-19                                                                                                                           
July 2018        

                                                                                         

Dear Parent

  • We sincerely hope that your ward has settled in the stream and subject(s) opted for by her/him. It has been noticed that some students of Class XI request for change of stream/subject after the Half Yearly examinations. We would like to inform you that as per CBSE Examination bye- laws, a student has to study the same subject for two years (XI & XII) and therefore cannot change either the subject or the stream  in Class XII.

In case your ward wants to change the subject or stream (subject to availability of the seats in the same), she/he should do so before Wednesday, 18 July 2018. After this, NO CHANGE IN SUBJECT OR STREAM WILL BE ENTERTAINED either in Class XI or in Class XII. Kindly make a note of this and ensure that your ward works hard in the chosen subjects and stream to avoid the need for a change in the future.

  • It has also been observed that there is a drastic drop in students’ academic performance in Class XI. Students tend to take academics lightly in Class XI which not only affects their grades XI, but it also has an impact on their Class XII result. In case your ward is planning to go abroad for her/his higher studies, we would like to inform you that colleges require the mark sheet of Class XI along with all internal and external examinations of Class XII. We would advise you to guide your ward about the importance of academic grades of Class XI so that you or your ward does not have to face disappointment at the end of the session.
  • In case your ward wants to opt for a sixth subject, she/he will have to study the subject on her/his own. They will have to appear for the Mid Term and the End Term examination and secure a minimum of 33% marks (separately in theory and practicals) to be eligible to continue with the subject in Class XII. However, it will not have any bearing on her/his promotion to Class XII and neither can be considered in case she/he fails to secure minimum 33% in one of the main five subjects.

The conditions for a student to be eligible to be promoted to class XII are as follows:

  1. In order to be declared as having passed Class XI Examination, a student MUST obtain a minimum of 33% marks in each of the five subjects.
  2. In case of subjects with practical component, the student must obtain 33% marks in theory and 33% in practical separately in addition to 33% marks in aggregate in order to qualify in that subject.
  3. It is mandatory for a student to pass in English for promotion to the next class. If she/he scores less than 33% in English, she/he will be detained in Class XI.
  4. If a student scores less than 33% in one subject, it will be considered as compartment. The student will have to write the compartment exam within two weeks of declaration of the result and score above 33% for promotion to the next class.
  5. If a student scores less than 33% in two or more subjects, she/he will be detained in Class XI. NO REQUEST FOR PROMOTION ON CONDITIONAL BASIS WILL BE ENTERTAINED. ALSO NO CHANGE OF SUBJECT WILL BE PERMITTED IN CLASS XII.

NO LENIENCY WILL BE SHOWN TOWARDS ANY CHILD FOR PROMOTION TO CLASS XII.

  • To explain the academic pattern for Class XI, school is organizing an orientation programme for parents and students of Class XI on Saturday, 21 July at 9:00 am in the school auditorium. It is compulsory for parents and students to attend the same. Kindly be punctual as the orientation session will begin on time.
(Mallika Preman)
PRINCIPAL

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CONSENT FORM
CLASS XI
TIS/CIR/P/25/18-19                                                                                                                            
July 2018 

          

I ________________________________ parent of ______________________________ of Class ____________ have read circular no____________ regarding rules for changes of subject / stream and have understood the criteria for promotion to class XII of my ward. I will ensure that she/he studies well and qualifies for promotion to the next class.

______________________                                                            _______________________                                            ______________

   Name of Parent                                                                              Signature of Parent                                                             Date

 
CIRCULAR
CLASS X
TIS/CIR/P/20/18-19                                                                                                                       
May 2018               

                                                                                               

Dear Parent

With the introduction of Board Examination in Class X by CBSE, there are changes in the academic structure of Class X. The new assessment structure is as follows:

Component

Weightage

Internal Assessment:

1.      Periodic Test (10 Marks)

2.      Notebook Submission (5 Marks)

3.      Subject Enrichment Activity (5 Marks)

20 Marks

Board Examination

80 Marks

Total

100 Marks

It has been observed that students take their Internal Assessment lightly and do not participate in subject enrichment activities or submit assignments on time. We would like to inform you that Internal Assessment has a direct impact on the Final Result of your ward. We would therefore advise you to kindly go through the following instructions carefully:

  1. Examination
  • Following assessments will be carried out throughout the session as per the schedule given:

ASSESSMENT

MARKS

MONTH

Periodic test 1

40

July - August

Mid Term Examination

80

September

Pre Board Examination - I

80

November

Pre Board Examination - II

80

December-January

  • The student has to appear for each of the periodic tests, Mid-Term Examination and Pre-Board Examination.
  • Marks of Internal assessment will be added to the Mid-term Examination and Pre-Board Examination.
  • End Term Examination will be based on the complete syllabus of Class X and will be conducted by CBSE.
  • If a student misses any test/ examination he/she will be awarded ZERO for the same.
  • NO RETEST will be allowed, under any circumstances, except if the student is representing the school in a co-curricular activity.
  1. Pass Criteria
  • In order to be declared as having passed Class X Examination, a student must obtain a minimum of 33% marks in both the Internal Assessment and the Board Examination separately and in each of the five subjects Individually.
  • If a student scores less than 33% in one subject, it will be considered as compartment, and he/she will have to write the compartment exam and score above 33% in it for promotion to Class XI.
  • If a student scores less than 33% in two or more subjects, he/she will be considered detained in Class X.
  • A printed performance profile will be given after the Mid-term and Pre Board Examinations. It will reflect the marks and grades scored by the student in internal assessments and the term examinations.
  • The End Term performance profile will be issued by CBSE in May.
  1. Co-Scholastic Assessment
  • Co-Scholastic assessment will be based on a five point grading scale which will include Art Education and Health and Physical Education. Health and Physical Education will include assessment in individual games, group games, physical exercises and a component of Social Empowerment through Work Education and Action, i.e the NSS activities undertaken by students in Classes IX and X.
  • CBSE will issue a Health and Activity card based on the assessment carried out by the School.
  1. Discipline
  • This will be assessed along with Co-Scholastic assessment on a five point grading scale based on attendance, sincerity, behaviour and values.
  1. Stream Allocation Criteria in Class XI
  • In Class XI the factors deciding the allotment of stream and subject will be the students’ academic performance in the written test in Mid -Term and Pre-Board Examinations in Class X, and their individual preferences. It is imperative that, as parents, you give due importance to your ward’s academic performance throughout the year so that she/he qualifies for the stream she/he aspires for. The students are allowed to change their stream after Class X examination results in May, provided they score the grades required for their opted stream.

S. No.

SCIENCE

COMMERCE

HUMANITIES

1

English

English

English

2

Physics

Accounts

Political Science

3

Chemistry

Business Studies

History/ Painting

4

Math/  Psychology

Math/ Psychology

Geography/ Math /Psychology

5

Biology/Economics/Computer Science/ Physical Education

Economics

Economics/ Physical Education

The subject options in the three streams are as follows:-

Please Note: English Core is compulsory for all streams. Students opting for Science with Economics or Computer Science will have to compulsorily study Mathematics too. Economics / Psychology will be offered on first come first served basis at the time of registration, due to limited seats.

Marks requirement for stream allocation:

Stream

Science

Commerce

Humanities (For opting Psychology and Economics only)

 

Requirement

English: 75%

English: 75%

English: 70%

Mathematics: 80%

Mathematics: 75%

Mathematics: 60%

Science: 80%

 
(Mallika Preman)
PRINCIPAL

 

P.S. Kindly submit duly filled and signed consent slip to the class teacher latest by Wednesday, 23 May 2018.

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

CONSENT FORM 
CIRCULAR CLASS X
TIS/CIR/P/20/18-19                                                                                                                                               
May 2018             
 
I __________________________________ Parent / Guardian of _____________________________of Class __________ have read the given information regarding pass criteria, Co-Scholastic assessment, Examination, discipline and subject / stream allocation.

 

 

  ______________________________                                       __________________________________                              _______________

                Name of Parent                                                                        Signature of Parent                                                            Date

 
CIRCULAR
CLASS IX
TIS/CIR/P/19/18-19                                                                                                                     
May 2018               

                                                                                              

Dear Parent

With the introduction of Board Examination in Class X by CBSE, there are changes in the academic structure of Class IX. The new assessment structure is as follows:

Component

Weightage

Internal Assessment:

1.      Periodic test & Mid Term Examination (10 Marks)

2.      Notebook Submission (5 Marks)

3.      Subject Enrichment Activity (5 Marks)

20 Marks

Final Examination

80 Marks

Total

100 Marks

It has been observed that students take their Internal Assessment lightly and do not participate in subject enrichment activities or submit assignments on time. We would like to inform you that Internal Assessment has a direct impact on the Final Result of your ward. We would therefore advise you to kindly go through the following instructions carefully.

  1. Examination
  • Following assessments will be carried out throughout the session as per the schedule given below:

ASSESSMENT

MARKS

MONTH

Periodic test 1

40

July – August

Mid Term Examination

80

September

Periodic test 2

40

November – December

End Term Examination

80

March

  • The student has to appear for each of the periodic tests, Mid-Term Examination and End-Term Examination.
  • Marks of Internal assessment will be added to the Mid-term Examination and End-Term Examination.
  • End-Term Examination will be based on the complete syllabus of Class IX.
  • If a student misses any test/ examination he/she will be awarded ZERO for the same.
  • NO RETEST will be allowed, under any circumstance, except if the student is representing the school in a co-curricular activity.

 

  1. Pass Criteria
  • In order to be declared as having passed Class IX Examination, a student must obtain a minimum of 33% marks in both the Internal Assessment and the Final Examination separately and in each of the five subjects individually.
  • If a student scores less than 33% in one subject, it will be considered as compartment, and he/she will have to write the compartment exam and score a minimum of 33% for promotion to Class X.
  • If a student scores less than 33% in two or more subjects, he/she will be considered detained in Class IX.
  • A printed performance profile will be given after the Mid-term and End-Term Examinations.
  1. Co-Scholastic Assessment
  • Co-Scholastic assessment will be based on a five point grading scale which will include Art Education and Health and Physical Education. Health and Physical Education will include assessment in individual games, group games, physical exercises and a component of Social Empowerment through Work Education and Action, i.e the NSS activities undertaken by students in Classes IX and X.
  • CBSE will issue a Health and Activity card based on the assessment carried out by the School.
  1. Discipline
  • This will be assessed along with Co-Scholastic assessment on a five point grading scale based on attendance, sincerity, behaviour and values.

 

(Mallika Preman)
PRINCIPAL

 

P.S. Kindly submit duly filled and signed consent slip to the class teacher latest by Wednesday, 23 May 2018.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

 CONSENT FORM
CIRCULAR CLASS IX
TIS/CIR/P/19/18-19                                                                                                                
May 2018               

                                                                           

 I __________________________________ Parent / Guardian of ______________________________________of Class & Sec. ________________ have read the given information regarding pass criteria, Periodic test, Co-Scholastic Assessment and discipline. I will ensure that my ward works hard and secures the required marks to be eligible for promotion to the next class.

______________________________                                         ______________________________                               ____________

           Name of Parent                                                                          Signature of Parent                                                      Date

 
CIRCULAR
CLASS XI
TIS/CIR/P/11/18-19                                                                                                                                
April 2018                                                                                                                      

 

Dear Parent     

  • Your ward has been given provisional admission to class XI on the basis of their Pre Board Marks and Internal Assessment marks. CBSE will be declaring the result for class X in the last week of May 2018. She/ He will have to secure a pass mark sheet from CBSE to be eligible to continue in class XI.
  • Your ward can change the Stream / Subject after the result is declared, based on :
    • Availability of seats
    • Marks in final result
    • Eligibility criteria as given below.

GRADES REQUIRED IN CLASS X BOARD RESULT:

FOR SCIENCE

FOR COMMERCE

FOR HUMANITIES WITH PSYCHOLOGY AND / OR ECONOMICS

English – 70% and above

Science – 65% and above

Math    – 65% and above

  English – 70% and above

 Math    – 65% and above

English – 70% and above

 Math    – 65% and above

  • The following are the options available in Class XI:

S.NO

SCIENCE

COMMERCE

HUMANITIES

1

ENGLISH

ENGLISH

ENGLISH

2

PHYSICS

ACCOUNTANCY

POLITICAL SCIENCE

3

CHEMISTRY

BUSINESS STUDIES

HISTORY/ PAINTING

4

COMP.SCIENCE / ECONOMICS / BIOLOGY/PHYSICAL EDUCATION

ECONOMICS

ECONOMICS/ PHYSICAL EDUCATION

5

MATH / PSYCHOLOGY

MATH

GEOGRAPHY/MATH/ PSYCHOLOGY

 

PS:   In the Science stream, IF A STUDENT OPTS FOR EITHER ECONOMICS OR COMPUTER SCIENCE AS THE FOURTH SUBJECT, HE/SHE HAS TO STUDY MATHEMATICS COMPULSORILY AS THE FIFTH SUBJECT.

The result is expected in the last week of May 2018.  The students are required to confirm the subject stream as per their eligibility within THREE days of the result being declared, failing which there will be NO RESERVATION of seats in any subject stream.  It will then be on first come first served basis.  So please ensure that you confirm the subject stream IN WRITING personally, through e-mail, fax, courier etc. as soon as the result is declared. In case of no confirmation from your side, it will be presumed that your ward will continue with the stream / subject offered in the month of April 2018.

E-mail        :          This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tel. No.      :        011-26433001, 26420088, 26233839

Fax            :          011-26414080       

                                                                                                                                                                                                            

(Mallika Preman)
PRINCIPAL

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CONSENT SLIP
CLASS XI
TIS/CIR/P/11/18-19                                                                                                              
April 2018                                                                                                                      

         

I, _____________________ parents of ___________________ understand that my ward has been given provisional admission as per his/her Pre-Board marks. I have to register my ward with a  written confirmation of stream/subject opted for by my ward in class XI, within THREE days of the declaration of the result to confirm my wards admission to the stream/subject of his/her choice, failing which no seat will be reserved for my ward.

______________________________                              ______________________________                              _____________

    Name of Father / Mother                                                Signature of Father / Mother                                             Date

 
CIRCULAR
CLASSES NURSERY - XII
TIS/CIR/P/07/18-19                                                                                                                                
April 2018

                                                                                          “Safety of students is our utmost priority”

Dear Parent

The school is committed towards the Safety and Security of its children. We have always endeavored to provide your ward with a secure environment in the school. This is, however, not possible without your cooperation.  We would like to remind you of a few points that have already been mentioned earlier.

  1. If your ward travels by a private van, please ensure that the van is well maintained, and running on CNG and NOT on LPG. The van driver and conductor have to be licensed and experienced. Overcrowded vans are a threat to your ward’s safety, so as far as possible, try to have your ward travel by the school bus. You should also ensure that you have the telephone number and other contact details of the owner, driver and conductor of the van and the details of the route covered by the van. In case your ward travels by private transport, please fill in the undertaking and send it back to the class teacher latest by Wednesday, 11 April 2018.
  2. We appreciate that in response to our previous reminders, a large number of parents now park their cars away from the school and encourage their wards to walk to the school gate. However, there are still many who insist on parking in front of the gate. We would like to reiterate that the main gate is from the area where majority of the students enter and disperse and thus it is necessary that the approach to this gate be kept free and open, for the safety of students.
  3. The area around the school is a NO HONKING zone. We request you to refrain from blowing the horn in the vicinity of the school.

As role models for the students, it is imperative that we as parents and teachers conduct ourselves in a way that is exemplary.

(Mallika Preman)
PRINCIPAL

……………………………………………………………..…………………………………………………………………………………

UNDERTAKING
CLASSES NURSERY - XII
TIS/CIR/P/07/18-19                                                                                                                    
April 2018

                                                                                                                                                           

I,___________________________________________(mother/father/guardian) of ________________________ studying in _______________hereby state that my ward does not use the school bus. 

I have made my own arrangement for dropping and picking up my ward to and from the school.

Whether my child is dropped personally or through my appointed personal transporter, I categorically state herewith, and undertake that the school authorities hold and bear no responsibility whatsoever in case of any possible mishap during the transit of my ward to and from the school.

________________________________                                                                                                  _______________________

Signature of the Parent/ Guardian                                                                                                                          Date

 

Dear Parent

Our school has always been a vibrant learning community where students are provided access to high quality education and is holistic in its preparation for post school future. Across the session, 2017-18, learning was experienced through a range of formats and environments. The focus, as always, was the pursuit of excellence, equity and opportunity sourced from a variety of avenues. Our school values creativity and team building skills.

  • As always, students were encouraged to embrace the challenges of learning, a consistent work ethic and respectful conduct. The representatives of the School Cabinet, the most visible body that promotes leadership and gives a voice to the student community engaged in many activities throughout 2017 to enhance the social wellbeing and participation of all students and the community as a whole.
  • Our teaching staff delivered differentiated teaching and learning programs and continued to work collaboratively to further refine their pedagogy, empowering their capacity to respond to the needs of demanding school community.
  • The school continued to work collaboratively and cooperatively with community partners through the Community Outreach Programmes a voluntary association of young students of the school working for a school- community linkage.
  • A Shelter of Love was a project taken by the students of IX A. Various activities such as slogan writing, story writing, poster designing and article writing to create awareness among the students and to sensitise the mass about the problems faced by the children in the orphanages were conducted by the students in the school. Through these activities, they sensitized all on the hardships faced by the children in the orphan homes and the challenges that they face.
  • Through their activity, Learning Together, the students of IX B mentored the academically weak students of classes 2 and 3 in subjects like English, Mathematics, EVS and Hindi. They taught and mentored their learners as well as prepared them for their tests. They also focused on improving their spoken skills. They prepared worksheets, conducted mock tests and used teaching aids to make teaching-learning process interesting and effective.
  • Our students of Class IX C through their project, ‘Helping the Visually Challenged’ had pledged to support the visually challenged and disadvantaged. Through their Blindness Awareness Campaign, they organised various activities and events which included exploring and learning the Braille script, discussions on the hardships and problems in the life of the visually impaired, collection of information about the education system in blind schools. The students visited the Blind School in Amar Colony in November 2017, wherein they interacted with the visually impaired children and came to terms with how they managed their lives and realised the difference with their own lifestyle.
  • Students of Class XA learnt the Indian Sign Language from the teachers of the Noida Deaf Society in order to help the hearing impaired become contributive partners of the society. They partnered with the Noida Deaf Society and tried to sensitise people towards the hearing impaired through their programme, Serving Humanity. The students organised an assembly in school where they sang the National Anthem in the sign language.
  • The students of X B in association with Helpage India worked for the disadvantaged elderly through their project , the 3Cs showing Care, Concern and Commitment for the Elderly. They visited an old age home, Gharunda at Chatturpur  in  November and donated some food. Various competitions and street plays were organized to create awareness about the elderly, who have provided their services and support to the society, but are neglected at this phase of their lives.
  • Don’t DISmy ability was a project initiated by the students of XC who visited  NGOs and contributed clothes and food. They shared their love and concern for the disabled community. Through their project, the students tried to sensitise the mass about the importance of supporting the differently abled people in the society. They expressed their ideas and views on the problems pertaining to disability and issues related to it through articles, debates, posters and street plays.
  • The culture of reading at school was strengthened by our student cabinet of Class VIII who started a book club named Shelf Indulgence on October 28, 2017.
  • Safety Club was an initiative by the students of classes IX and X who took regular round of the school premises to audit the safety and security measures in school. They had been trained to use the fire extinguisher in case of an emergency and would further be trained by the National Disaster Management Authority.
  • In an effort to making the school a bully – free zone, the Principal of the school with the help of the students initiated an anti – bullying committee, Beyond Ordinary. Their motto, ‘All different All equal’ aims to inculcate the true spirit of inclusion.
  • Art Society, a club where students not only initiated, planned, hold and organised art exhibitions in the school grounds but also rendered help to various programmes and events organised in the school, through their creativity.
  • Our students visited the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences [ILBS] on 4th December, 2017 to celebrate the 20th Hepatitis Day and to become a part of the Yellow Ribbon Campaign which started in 1998. The yellow ribbon marks the fight against all types of hepatitis. Our student, Arnav Khanna of IX B participated in the mono act competition organized by the institute and won the consolation prize.
  • Shreeja Singh, our budding author made us proud by winning won the first prize in the English Essay writing competition conducted by HelpAge India.
  • With the aim of helping today’s students become tomorrow’s engineers and scientists, Society of Automotive Engineers International organised ‘A World In Motion’, a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education to life, with hands on activities for students in Kindergarten to Class VIII. Our team comprising of Shreyansh Kaushik, Diayaan Mohammed, Riddhima Chawla and Pritish Gupta of Class V, won the Best Vernacular award for their presentation  under the Skimmer category. In the same competition under the Jettoy Category Rishi Bihani, Hardik Pamnani, Mohammed Ayaan and Aarnav Mudgal of Class VI, won the award, the Best Aesthetics for the car designed by them.
  • Siaa Girotra and Siddharth Ranjan Kar of Class XII were selected for the National Level Entry at CBSE Science Exhibition for the prototype developed by them. They added another feather to their cap when their project entitled ‘ECO WRAP' fetched them the 2nd position in the K.Saha Young Scientist Experimental Project- Inter School Competition, at Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan. The same competition also saw Sreejan Arora and Sudipto Bhattacharya of Class X and Sarvagya Chabbra and Agrima Singh of Class XI lifting the Runners -up trophy in the Science Quiz.
  • Our students from Class XI, Sanyog Gupta and Akshita Chugh had participated in the CBSE Regional Level Science Exhibition 2017-18 at the Evergreen Sr. Sec. School, Vasundhara Enclave, Delhi, between 10th to12th January, 2018. The Arduino based model,  ‘Smart Bin, Smart Control, Ek Kadam Swachhta Ki Aur’ under the theme, Digital and Technological Solutions designed by them got an entry to the Nationals Level.
  • Sanyog Gupta of Class XI and Angela Arora of Class X bagged the third prize at the Software Display Competition, ‘Silico Battles - Dexterity' for showcasing the Arduino based software titled, ‘Sensitive Bins’.
  • Jugalbandi 2017, held at Foundation School on 27 October 2017, in the Tarang Folk Song category saw thirteen students of classes II and III participating and winning the second The students performed a Bengali folk song in the style of the Assamese Bihu Geet.
  • Vani Bajaj of Class X, a disciple of Su Shree Uma Sharma, represented India for a Kathak dance recital held at Nairobi and Kisumu , Kenya. She was one among the several participants selected by the Ministry of Cultural Affairs, Government of India.
  • Ishita Namjoshi won the Best Speaker award from amongst the schools not qualifying for the finals in the Inter- School Debate Competition organised by Ramjas School, New Delhi.
  • Two of our students from Class XII, Siaa Girotra and Shruti Mishra were declared the Best Speakers for exhibiting their exemplary oratory skills in a debate competition organised by the Deakin University, Australia in collaboration with NDTV, in September, 2017. They received a cash award of 7500 each.
  • At TAFS TechFest’17— the school team comprising of Sreesha Suresh, Aryan Sinha, Pratham Dahara and Rahul Thareja of Class X won the first prize in the event, Synchronize Movie Making.
  • Aryaman Neb of Class III won a cash prize of Rs. 10,000 and a trophy in the Arithmetic Genius Contest at the regional level.

Our students have been making us proud by their achievements in the Board Examination.

  • In the academic session 2016-17, Rohini Sharma from the Humanities Stream scored 95.8%, Jyoti Roy Chowdhury from the Commerce Stream scored 95.8%  while   Ashwin Balaji from the  Science Stream scored 96.8%. S. Ashwin Balaji also scored a perfect 100 in Mathematics. The Class X result for the session 2016-17, also witnessed eighteen students achieving a grade point of a perfect ten.

Our school believes that sports not only brings the school together but it also adds excitement and keep students focused on their future. Our students have participated and won medals and trophies in various zonals, nationals and international events and have made the school proud on various occasions.

 

  • Pramit Das, Avneesh Sinha of Class IX, Rishi Wadhwa, Kairav Dixit of Class VII, of the team Ventury  had reached the quarter finals in the ‘F1 Schools Racing Competition’, conducted by Time of Sports. Another group of students comprising of Chirag Garg, Aarush Agrawal, Samridh Gupta, Vidit Om, Baneet Pukhrambam of Class VIII, from the Tread Smokers team won the ‘Best Scrutineering’
  • Vedant Chaudhary a roller skater and student of Class IX has been participating in various state and national level championships and has made the school proud by winning medals in several events. This year he has added 6 gold, 5 silver and 2 bronze in his medal tally.
  • Udit Phogat of Class VIII, a keen skating and swimming enthusiast has been winning medals at various roller skating championship. His most re-cent achievement is a gold medal in the 53rd Delhi State Aquatic Champion-ship and silver medal in the South Delhi Swimming Meet to his name.
  • Haardik Arora a budding snooker enthusiast has made it to top 32 in the National Snooker Championship held in Pune.
  • Hrishikesh Parashar an avid tennis player, a semi finalist in Under-14 and Under-16 tourna-ment held in August 2017, was also adjudged as the runner-up in Under-16 Doubles.
  • Yash Jaggi an avid shooter scored 357/400 and 321/400, respectively at the 16th Uttrakhand State Shooting Championship and the 21st Delhi Inter- School Championship.
  • Garvit Lodha another young athlete from Class VI won a gold in shot put at the Zonal Athletics Meet.
  • Dyuksha Borboruah of Class XI, a budding athlete recently won a gold medal in shot put at the Zonals Athletics Meet.
  • Jasmine Jetly of Class X won a bronze medal in long jump at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in the Reliance Foundation Youth School Athletics .
  • Our school team also won 23 gold medals, 20 silver medals and 11 bronze in various track and field events in the Zonals Athletics Meet, 2017.
  • In the 14th South and West International Taekwondo Federation Championship, Aryan Gosain won a gold medal where as Ansh Sinha and Lakshey Basoya won a bronze medal.
  • Yachika Garg a sporting star of the school played in the Subroto Cup Football Tournament and represented the school in the Zonal Athletics Meet, 2017. She has several silver, gold and bronze medals to her credit. In the CBSE Cluster Athletic Meet 2017-18, Yachika won a silver medal in 800m. She was also a part of the Senior National Football Team as well as Under-19 National Football team. She represented the school in the CBSE School Nationals, 2017-18 in Raipur,Chattisgarh. Yachika was also in Adelaide, Australia representing India in the Pacific International School Games, 2017.
  • Rakshan Takyar of Class V won a gold medal in the Taekwondo Fight Category and a bronze medal in the Taekwondo Patterns Category, held at the Tyagraj Stadium.
  • Adi Vishwanathan of Class IV secured the third position in the Under-13 boys category for Badminton in the Pro- Sutter Challenge held at Saket Sports Complex.
  • Arinjay Jain of Class I won a gold medal in the Skating Carnival recognized by the District Roller Skating Association Gurugram, held in May. He also has a bronze medal added to his name which he won in the 18th Roller Sports Race, 2017, organized at Netaji Sports Complex, Jasola.

Our school has also taken several initiatives to expose the students to cultural heritage of India and spread awareness about its rich musical traditions.

  • A musical play depicting the life of Tansen, was staged by the Dramatics Art and Design Association for the students of our school.
  • Rahmat Khan Langa, the renowned exponent of Rajasthani folk music were introduced to the children of the school through Spicmacay. This year, the students witnessed Purulia Chau Dance performance by Shri Chinibas Mahato.

 

The transition from senior school to college is one of the most exciting times in the life of a student It is a time that demands big changes, careful planning, and important and often difficult decisions. Prime among these decisions is choosing a career path.

  • A Career Conclave organized by the school in November 2017, gave students a platform to explore different upbeat careers besides regular engineering and medicine courses. 19 national and international universities had put up their stalls to appraise students about their admission process. In addition to this, regular career talks organized by the school every Tuesday, witnessed professionals from various fields, Art, Design, Law, Music just to name a few, sharing their career journey. This has motivated students to think of alternate careers.

Leaving the familiar behind and plunging into the unknown shows a commitment to understanding other people and cultures; and a commitment to learning about the world in a way that books, school assignments, and a professional career can never reveal.

 

  • In the month of November 2017, 8 students of our school went to France for a cultural exchange programme with Maria Casares School, Lyon, France. 10 students from the partner school would reciprocate by visiting us in April,2018. Sindhushree,  a student of Class VII was applauded for her artistic skills when she gifted her painting to the Mayor of Lyon, France and to the Principal of our partner school, during the visit.

Over and above our school has been the proud recipient of the Brainfeed School Excellence Award  for the year, 2017-18. under the ‘Top 500  Schools of India’, category. 

 

The journey that was laced with achievements and triumphs would not have been accomplished  without the combined support of the parents, teachers and staff. Such achievements have united all and have reaffirmed our faith in the school motto, ‘Aham Yogya Asmi’. Kudos! TIS.

 

 

Dear Parent

Happiness is the glow of satisfaction that comes after the achievement of a difficult task which demanded our best. The academic session 2017-18 saw Tagoreans soaring new heights in varied fields and doing the school proud. You will be receiving an email with details of our achievements and we look forward to your constructive feedback.

As we move from one academic session to the next, we request you to make a note of the following points:

 

     Extra classes for class X and XII

Class

Day/Date

Timings

X

Tuesday, 13 March 2018 – Saturday, 24 March 2018

8:00 am to 1:30 pm

XII

Friday, 09 March 2018 – Monday, 12 March 2018

8:00 am to 11:30 am

Tuesday, 13 March 2018 – Saturday, 24 March 2018

8:00 am to 1:30 pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: The timetable for the same will be put up on the class board. 

a) The new academic session 2018-2019 for Classes KG to X, XII shall begin on Tuesday, 03 April 2018.

b) Summer Vacation

Class

Duration

Nur to V

Monday, 14 May’18 to Tuesday,03 July’18

VI to VIII

Monday, 21 May’18 to Tuesday, 03 July’18

IX - XII

Monday, 28 May’18 to Tuesday, 03 July’18.

c) Summer camps will be organized during the summer break. Details for the same will be shared once the session begins in April.

d) No extended leave after the summer vacation will be granted for any reason.

e) Every student is expected to be in school before 8:00 am. No student will be allowed to enter school after the school gates close at 08.05 am.

f) Application for leave of absence for up to three days has to be sent through the Parents-Teachers Remarks page in the almanac. For leave of more than three days, prior permission from the Principal is mandatory. Absence from school for four or more days, without prior permission, will result in the student’s name being struck off. Incase the parent is unable to send an application, for any reason, the class teacher should be informed about the absence through a message or a phone call.

g) ATTENDANCE IS COMPULSORY FOR ALL WEEKLY TESTS, HALF YEARLY EXAMINATIONS AND END TERM EXAMINATIONS. No student will be allowed to leave school after a weekly test, for any reason. If a student is unwell, she/he should not come to school on that day. Parents can meet the Principal/ Headmistress between 09:00 am and 10:00 am on any working day and the teachers on any working Saturday, with prior appointment.

h) The Year Planner will be given to each student at the beginning of the new session. This has information about all activities, assessments and other schedules for the entire session. Kindly refer to it regularly.

i) It is VERY IMPORTANT that you inform the class teacher and the office immediately about any change in your Residential address and/or telephone number, to update the school record.

j) Please check the school website tagoreint.edu.in regularly for circulars, updates and news about school events. We are trying to minimize the use of paper used in sending hard copies of circulars home.

k) The school has an online portal for the benefit of the students and parents. Through this portal the parents can access circulars, handouts, home works and important messages which are posted by the teachers/ school administration.

l) Mobile phones are strictly prohibited and students are not allowed to carry the same what so ever be the reason. In case a student is caught carrying a mobile phone, it will be confiscated and not returned.

m) NO student is allowed to drive a vehicle to school. Anybody violating this rule will be reported to the police.

n) If your ward travels to and from the school in a private van, please ensure that the driver and conductor are licensed; the vehicle is well-maintained and registered with the RTO, and are NOT running on LPG.

Books for Classes Nursery and KG will be given in the class, once the session begins. Book sets for Classes I to XII will be available in the school on the dates mentioned below, between 9:00 am and 12 noon.

DAY

DATE

CLASSES

Thursday

08 March 2018

XII

Monday

12 March 2018

I and X

Tuesday

13 March 2018

II, III, IV

Wednesday

14 March 2018

V, VI

Thursday

15 March 2018

I to V (Loose Set)

Saturday

24 March 2018

VII, VIII

Sunday

25 March 2018

VI to VIII (Loose set) and Class IX Timings for the day will be (10 am to 1 pm)

Orders for books of class I onwards can also be placed at www.navalbookdepot.com . The books will be delivered home, but only within Delhi.

We look forward to a fruitful partnership between you, your ward and the school in the new academic session 2018 – 2019.

Mallika Preman
PRINCIPAL
 
CIRCULAR
CLASS NURSERY (2018-2019)
TIS/CIR/P/126/17-18                                                                                                                          
March 2018

                                                                                    

                                                                                   “Safety of students is our utmost priority”

Dear Parent

The school is committed towards the Safety and Security of its children. We have always endeavored to provide your ward with a secure environment in the school. This is, however, not possible without your cooperation.  We would like to remind you of a few points that have already been mentioned earlier.

  1. If your ward travels by a private van, please ensure that the van is well maintained, and running on CNG and NOT on LPG. The van driver and conductor have to be licensed and experienced. Overcrowded vans are a threat to your ward’s safety, so as far as possible, try to have your ward travel by the school bus. You should also ensure that you have the telephone number and other contact details of the owner, driver and conductor of the van and the details of the route covered by the van. In case your ward travels by private transport, please fill in the undertaking and send it back to the class teacher latest by Wednesday, 11 April 2018.
  2. We appreciate that in response to our previous reminders, a large number of parents now park their cars away from the school and encourage their wards to walk to the school gate. However, there are still many who insist on parking in front of the gate. We would like to reiterate that the main gate is from the area where majority of the students enter and disperse and thus it is necessary that the approach to this gate be kept free and open, for the safety of students.
  3. The area around the school is a NO HONKING zone. We request you to refrain from blowing the horn in the vicinity of the school.

As role models for the students, it is imperative that we as parents and teachers conduct ourselves in a way that is exemplary.

(Deepali Sahi)

JUNIOR SCHOOL HEADMISTRESS

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UNDERTAKING
Class Nursery (2018-2019)
TIS/CIR/P/126/17-18                                                                                                                        
March 2018

                                                                                                                                                  

I,___________________________________________(mother/father/guardian) of ________________________ studying in Class_______________hereby state that my ward does not use the school bus. 

I have made my own arrangement for dropping and picking up my ward to and from the school.

Whether my child is dropped personally or through my appointed personal transporter, I categorically state herewith, and undertake that the school authorities hold and bear no responsibility whatsoever in case of any possible mishap during the transit of my ward to and from the school.

_______________________________                                                                                                              _______________________

Signature of the Parent/ Guardian                                                                                                                                   Date

 
CIRCULAR
CLASSES NUR TO XI
TIS/CIR/P/103/17-18                                                                                                               
January, 2018

       

Dear Parent

As the old African proverb says, "It takes a village to raise a child." One could imagine then that it would take a community to raise a school. I believe the answer to real educational transformation lies in strong, authentic community connections and actions. When parents and schools collaborate together to support learning, young people achieve more in school.

The current academic session is coming to an end, and so is the present PTA which has completed its two years of tenure (April 2016 to March 2018). We had conducted class representative elections in the month of November 2017. Details of the results, and those elected by the entire school body of parents, were shared with you all through ‘campus care’ and the school website, as well as during the PTMs.

The class representatives have been meeting every month and discussing various ideas for improvement of the school. This month they met on Saturday, 13 January 2018 and elected the executive members of the new PTA (March 2018 to March 2020), from the class representatives elected by the entire parent body of the school.

Details of the executive committee are as follows:

a) Chairperson                  :           Mallika Preman, Principal

b) Vice – Chairman           :           Parent    –  Pankaj Sharma (IX)

                                          :           Teacher  –  Ms. Dimple Madan

c) Secretary: Parent          :           Meenu Bajpai (VI)

d) Joint Secretary: Parent :           Rohit Makhija (Nursery)

                                          :          Teacher – Ms. Shikha Shah

e) Treasurer : Teacher      :           Amita Gulla

f) Members :

Parents : Ms. Sarita Gupta (KG), Ms. Deepti Ramaa (I), Dr. Charusmita   Chaudhary( II), Ms. Parveen Kaur (III),  Ms. Shivani Aggarwal (IV), Ms. Durgesh Nandini (V), Ms. Monisha Bhatia (VII), Ms. Anjana Khanna (VIII), Ms. Sarika Bajaj (X), Mr. Vinod Dua (XI)

Teachers: Ms. Jotan Arora  (Nursery), Ms. Neeru Sahgal (KG), Ms. Charanjeet Kaur (I), Ms. Niru Batra (II), Ms. Priyanka Pandey (III), Ms. Rashmi Mahendru (IV), Ms. Parmeet Kaur (V), Ms. Satnam Kaur (VI), Ms. Sumita Pal (VII), Ms. Snehlata Chaudhary (VIII), Ms. Dimple Madan (IX), Ms. Amita Gulla (X), Ms. Shikha Shah (XI)

The PTA will work towards making the school better and the best place to get quality education. The overall aim of the PTA will be to ensure that the school offers the best learning experience for the students.  You can contact the PTA members in case of any suggestions/ feedback. Their contact details have been shared with you on the campus care parent portal.

We will all work together for the betterment of the school community.

(Mallika Preman)
PRINCIPAL
 
 CIRCULAR FOR NURSERY TO XII
 TRANSPORT SECURITY
TIS/CIR/P/81/17-18                                                                                      
November, 2017

                                                                                     
Dear Parents

We have attached great importance to enhance the Safety and Security measures for children travelling not only in our own School Buses but also private vans. I would like to bring to your notice some of the measures taken by the school in this regard:

  • The school has done a physical check on all the private vans which ferry students to and from school, and we have maintained a detailed record of all the vehicles along with their Registration Certificate, Driver’s Badge and Licence.
  • There was a major crack down on overloaded vans and this has resulted in increasing the number of vans substantially. Now none of the vans are ferrying students more than the permissible limits of the same.
  • Every van has a teacher in-charge, who is responsible to take attendance before the students are handed over to the designated van driver. This ensures that no child is left behind.
  • Members of the School transport department make surprise checks to ensure that the van drivers are following all safety norms like:
    • escorting the children across the road.
    • boarding and de boarding children from the left door of the van.
    • dropping the nursery and KG children in an orderly manner, at the assigned gate.
  • Any misconduct in the van is viewed very seriously and action is taken immediately.

We have taken appropriate measures to ensure students’ safety in the vans; however, we will recommend you to send your ward to school in the school bus, which is a safer mode of transport viz a viz private vans. In case you want to avail of the school bus facility, you are requested to contact the school office to check for any vacancy in the bus route of your area.

We always look forward to your continued support and cooperation.

(Mallika Preman)
PRINCIPAL
 


 

 

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