A trip to Chandigarh by students of classes IV and V
A visit to the Mughal Gardens by students of Class II
Visit to Fortis Escorts Hospital , Okhla

Class XI Biology and Safety Club students of Tagore International School,

East of Kailash attended a Basic Life Support Course organized by The Fortis Escorts Hospital, Okhla on 17th January 2019.

The exhilaration of the students about their first on-site visit further enhanced after the session given by Dr Shaarang Sachdev on First Aid. He, being the Head of Emergency Department, instructed the students the importance of First Aid and the various measures that should be undertaken at the very instant of the accident. He explained the students the technicalities of doing a CPR and the students practiced the same on a mannequin.

The second half of the programme enlightened the students about various remedies to small injuries like minor burns, cuts, bee stings, and other cases like fainting due to heat stroke or exhaustion and strained ligaments.

The enthusiasm of the students reached its peak when they were allowed to take a round of the hospital and visit the blood bank and the emergency. The students were informed about the various tests that were done to check the donor's blood before it was stored and provided to the needy. The senior doctor made them familiar with the different machines like the ventilator and its working.

The students were awarded certificates for their active participation and for completing the course with flying colours.  Overall, it was an enriching and unforgettable experience that the students would always cherish for their lifetime.

A visit to the Rail Museum by students of Class II
Visit to Lohagarh by students of class XI and XII
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Visit to Lohagarh by students of class X

Visit to Ashoka University by students of Class XII Humanities Stream
We departed from school at around 8 am to explore Ashoka University. It was a behemoth institution and has all requisites which are required by a student ranging from a majestic library to a huge mess. Before further exploring the university we had a session on psychology. It was one of the most interactive class I have ever had in my life and there was not a single minute when we found it monotonous. It was so surreal, far from the mundane life we live now.
The academic structure of Ashoka University is unique. It provides flexibility to its students to study a wide array of subjects ranging from Philosophy to Literature to Mathematics, a flexibility that not many other universities in India provide. Ashoka is home to several clubs and societies which include essentials like debating, music and theatre, but also expand to other fields like social work, film appreciation, linguistics and consulting, among others.Since all students live on campus, there is a flurry of activity day and night. Whether it’s a late night club meetings or simply hanging out with friends in the common room, a good time is always guaranteed.
The campus is also designed to accommodate students’ crazy schedules with its library that is open 24/7, food joints that are open up to 4 AM. The college helps in establishing a bent of mind through various modes of assistance like peer-tutoring programmes, discussion sessions with teaching fellows, office hours with professors and even through the well-stacked library. After traversing the university we had lunch and this marked the end of our excursion. 
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Visit to NIIT University, Neemrna by students of Class XII Science Stream

In our endeavor to make the transition from school to college seamless and stress-free, the school organizes educational trips to various universities. In this session the students of classes XI & XII visited NIIT University which is situated on a 100-acre campus at Neemrana, Rajasthan. Nestled in the Aravali hills, the multi-discipline university focuses on emerging areas of technology and management.
This visit was intended to facilitate an interactive and introspective process, which would enable our students to make better university and career choices, and explore the world of higher academics and work while making such choices.

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As part of  Community Outreach Project under SEWA, 7 students of TIS visited a tribal village near Alwar for a day long interaction with the young students of the village school and  also gifted bicycles to their under privileged brethrens to enable them to go to school. 
A Visit  to The Indraprastha Millennium Park by students of class II
Leadership Camp for Cabinet Members
A visit to a park in Greater Kailash by students of Class I
A Visit to the Rail Museum by students of Nursery
A Visit to the Crafts Museum by students of Class II
A Visit to Lotus Temple by students of Kindergarten
A Trip to China

Eight students of our school went to China for 2018 ’Joy Dancing Beijing’ Cultural and Art Exchange Week of International Youth from 9 to 19 August, 2018. Youth art troupes from 10 different countries as well as China’s 31 provinces, showcased their skills in several art performances. On the first day Chinese and International youth were welcomed in the Bird’s Nest Olympic Stadium and the Renmin University.  The students performed in Beijing Nature History Museum, opening ceremony of “Star Shining Dalian” and the opening ceremony of Panjin Red Beach International Youth Art Festival. They also got to know about Beijing by visiting historical sites like Great Wall of China and Summer Palace. They enjoyed visiting the Golden pebble beach and the Discovery World Amusement park in Dalian. The group also visited The Jade Buddha Temple, People Square, Old Yuyuan Garden and the Bund in Shanghai. Everyone was mesmerized by the View of the city from Huangpu River cruise. This was a great experience for our students to interact with their counterparts from other countries, that enriched them culturally.

A Trip to Italy

The Giffoni International Film Festival is one of the most well-known children’s film festivals in the world. It takes place in a small Italian town of Giffoni Valle Piana in  Southern Italy, close to Salerno and Naples. Every year over 2,000 children attend the festival from several countries around the world. During the festival, children and teenagers watch the movies, learn about the filmmaking process, and are called to judge them and award the best ones with prizes. This 44-year-old festival has had a great impact in the history of entertainment and culture, not only in Italy, and it has developed a high reputation internationally. Every year the festival attracts 100,000 guests, directors, producers, and movie stars annually. The festival has been brought to many different countries around the world with Poland, Argentina, Australia, Albania, China, Korea, India, and the United States having all hosted their own versions of the Giffoni Film Festival. 

This year 5 Students (Isha Kaushik, Jasmine Jetly & Khushpreet Singh from class XI and Dhruv Khanna & Rohan Sharma of class IX) from Tagore International School, East of Kailash along with Ms. Jayalakshmi (Computer Science Teacher) got the opportunity to participate in the festival as the Jury member. They went to Italy on the 19th of July 2018 and returned to India on 31st July 2018. In the festival students watched many films made by the upcoming directors and met many movie stars like Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lily, Josh Hutcherson etc . They also participated in the discussions, review sessions and gave their interviews to the media. Students got the opportunity to meet lots of students of other countries and learnt about different their  lifestyles, cultures and values.

They also visited Rome and Vatican City for a day. In Rome they visited the Colosseum, Trevi fountain, Spanish Steps and in Vatican City they visited the Saint Peter's Basilica.

Overall the trip was a memorable one and the students got lots of good memories and new friends from the trip.

A Trip to Australia

Tagore International School, East of Kailash won the video competition “Film Fly Experience Australia ”   based on the theme Cyber Security and modern-day threats. The competition was organized by Australian Trade and Investment Commission in collaboration with HDFC Credila.

The competition was open to  schools across India .Total of 539 schools registered for the same. Our school also participated and the video made by our students Naman Verma and Gunjan Roy of Class XII under the guidance of Computer Science PGT Ms. Shikha Shah got selected in the finals. As a award Students and teacher got chance to visit Sydney, Australia and stay at Macquarie University for one week between may 28,2018 to June 2, 2018.

It had been a wonderful experience of visiting Macquarie University. Winners from other Asian countries along with our students got real time experience of studying in the university. Students participated in many programmes at the University . They got chance to visit Taronga Zoo, Manly beach and watch Vivid Sydney which is a festival of light and  music.

Students found  Macquarie a great place to study which had an ambience required for developing creative minds of the students. It had excellent infrastructure , versatility in courses and brilliant teaching staff. 

Visit to Big Bazaar by students of Nursery
Visit to Mother Dairy by students of Kindergarten
Students of class IX to XII on trip to Bhowali, Uttarakhand
Students of class VI to VIII on trip to Jim Corbett National Park and Mukhteshwar