Workshop on Bio-diversity for Class X-C,  November 7, 2019
Workshop on Maglev for Class X-B,  November 7, 2019
Workshop on Oral Health for Classes VI - VIII, November 6, 2019
Workshop on Bio-diversity for Class X,  November 6, 2019
Workshop on Road Safety for Classes VII & VIII, October 30, 2019
Workshop on Road Safety for Class VI, October 30, 2019
BREAKING BARRIERS-an endeavour to sensitize students towards the LGBTQ Community  by students of TIS,VV on September 4, 2019.
RJ Raunak of Red FM fame was the Guest Speaker 
Workshop on Bullying in Schools, Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019
“Shaping Waste Management Solution for Schools - Project Design and Implementation Workshop”
Date: Friday 9 August 2019
Venue: St. Thomas' Girls Senior Secondary School, Mandir Marg, New Delhi- 110001
Organized by: TERI School of Advanced Studies

 

Tagore International School, EOK, in its endeavour to promote education and action on sustainable development, has partnered with TERI School of Advanced Studies (SAS) for Project “Scrap Out Scrap”-Action on Waste Management.

The students of the Eco Club attended the third round of the workshop ‘Scrap out Scrap' hosted by the TERI school of advance studies, at St. Thomas' Girls Senior Secondary School, Mandir Marg, New Delhi on Friday, 9 August 2019.

In this session of the workshop, the students were asked to identify their greatest challenge, which can be worked upon with the given constrains of time and resources. It was an enriching experience which encouraged the students to put on their thinking caps, be committed towards conserving the environment and mindful of their waste, water and carbon footprint.

The core team comprising of 10 students from class IX participated in this engaging workshop.

Workshop on Making a Portfolio,  August 8, 2019
Workshop on Waste Management,  Aug. 7, 2019
“THE SCIENCE OF LIGHT”  SPACE Explorers Workshop  for Classes VI, VII  & VIII, August 3, 2019
"Cosmic Fireworks"  SPACE Explorers Workshop  for Classes III, IV & V, August 3, 2019
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"THE ABC OF LIGHT"  SPACE Explorers Workshop  for Classes  I & II, August 3, 2019
Workshop On Quizzing by Mr. Arindam, July 31, 2019
SPACE Workshop for Classes III, IV & V, July 24, 2019
SPACE Workshop for Classes VI, VII & VIII, July 24, 2019
‘Sexuality Education’
Date:  11th, 16th and 17th July, 2019
Resource Person: Ms. Jaya Aiyappa
Participants: classes VI, VIII & XI)
Venue: Audi 1

The sessions were divided and planned according to the classes; the students were shown a power point presentation and their queries were resolved during the session. The students were also briefed about how to protect themselves from any kind of sexual abuse.

Workshop on 'Sex Education' by Ms. Jaya Aiyappa for Class XI, July 11, 2019
7th International SPIC MACAY Convention
Date: June 3 - 9, 2019
Participants: Arkajyoti Majumdar (IX),  Navya Ambast (XI), Aroma Mathews (XI), Arnav Khanna (XI), Tenzin Norgyal (XI), Ms. Reeta Mathews
Venue: Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

 

Five students of Tagore International School, East of Kailash attended the 7th International Convention of SPIC MACAY. The event took place from 3rd to 9th June 2019 at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Arkajyoti Majumdar of class IX and Navya Ambast, Aroma Mathews, Arnav Khanna and Tenzin Norgyal of class XI were a part of the Convention. Reeta Mathews, vocal music teacher of TIS, EOK, was the teacher in charge. They attended live concerts of several well-known maestros of the country such as Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, Begum Parveen Sultana, Pt. Rajan and Sajan Mishra, Ustad Rashid Khan, Warsi Brothers, etc.  They had ‘Intensive Sessions’ wherein the students were trained by great personalities of India in their respective fields of interests. On the last day of the Convention, the students got the opportunity to perform along with their gurus.  It was a learning experience for all.

Self Defense Workshop
Date: May 20 – 22, 2019
Training by: Delhi Police officials
Participants: Class XI girls
Venue: Tagore International School, East of Kailash

  

The safety of girls is of prime concern today, as they step out to take the lead in every field. In order to travel and work independently, they need to be confident about handling their own security. 

The school organized a three days self defense session for girls of Class XI, by Delhi Police officials with the objective of empowering them, from 20-22 May, 2019.

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Workshop on Road Safety, May 14, 2019
Odissi performance by Madhavi Mudgal, organized by SPIC MACAY, May 2, 2019

Tagore International School, East Of Kailash organized an Orissi dance recital  by the renowned artist  Padmashree Madhavi Mudgal under the aegis of Spic Macay on  May 2 , 2019. She has received repeated acclaim in the major cities and dance festivals that have featured her throughout the world and has also encouraged students into the finer nuances of Odissi at Gandharva Mahavidyalaya .She was accompanied with her co-dancers , vocalists and  instrumentalists. The guests  were accorded a traditional welcome and the programme commenced with the lighting of the lamp by the school Principal , Senior Headmistress along with the guests.

The artist explained the different forms of classical dance in India and also discussed  the importance of performing arts in our life. The students of classes 8 ,9 and 11 attended the Spic Macay and were enraptured  with her mesmerizing foot work, facial expressions and homogeneity in presentation of this vibrant dance form . It was an interactive session as she also taught the audience some Orissi dance moves .

The guests were offered a sapling as a token of gratitude on behalf of the school. The stories that the artist portrayed through her dance were very interesting . Her performance left  the audience spellbound. It was truly an enriching experience for all.

 

TERI Capacity Building Workshop
Date: Friday, April 26, 2019
Participants:  Students from Class IX and XII
Venue: TERI School of Advanced Studies, 10 Vasant Kunj
 
Tagore International School, EOK, in its endeavour to promote education and action on sustainable development, has partnered with TERI School of Advanced Studies (SAS) for Project “Scrap Out Scrap” -Action on Waste Management.
The project aims at engaging the students and teachers in a range of activities promoting actions for creating awareness on Waste Management.
After the successful completion of Need Assessment Exercise and Poster Hunt Competition in the academic session 2018-19 and a Skype Workshop on ‘Assessing Our Needs and Waste Management Practices’  in the second week of April 2019 the core team was invited for a Capacity Building Workshop.
The core team comprising of 10 students from class IX and a student from class XII participated in this engaging workshop.
 
Workshop on E-Waste Management, Class IX & XI, on Earth Day April 22, 2019
Date: Monday 22 April 2019
Resource person: Ms. Sunita and Ms. Ritu Singh, E-Waste Recyclers India.
Participants: Students of IX - XI
Venue: TIS, EOK Auditorium
 
On the occasion of the International Earth day, Tagore International School, EOK in collaboration with E-Waste Recyclers India, a women entrepreneurship which has pan India presence as the leading recycling company based in New Delhi,conducted a workshop for the students of grades IX-XI to explain the menace of E-waste pollution and how collective efforts can help curb its minimum use.
The workshop was conducted by a highly motivated team of professionals from E-Waste Recyclers India.
Through this workshop students learnt the importance of proper e-waste management and how recycling e-waste can have a positive impact on the environment.

 

Workshop on Schools as ‘Catalyst for Change’,  on Earth Day April 22, 2019
Date:  April 22, 2019
Resource person: Ms. ShwetaTyagi, Chief Functionary, India Water Foundation
Participants: Students of VI - VIII
Venue: TIS, EOK Auditorium
On the occasion of the International Earth day, Tagore International School, EOK in collaboration with India Water Foundation, a civil society and think-tank conducted a workshop for the students of grades VI - VIII to explain the menace of plastic pollution and how collective efforts can help curb its minimum use.
The workshop was conducted by Ms. ShwetaTyagi, Chief Functionary, India Water Foundation.
Ms. Tyagi spoke about best green practices and capacity building initiatives in order to help students understand and realize the significance to preserve and conserve environment.

 

Environment Awareness Workshop To Celebrate Heritage Day
Workshop: Waste Management.
Date: Monday 22 April 2019
Venue: Nehru Planetarium
 
Tree Walk-A Walk with the Trees
Date: Tuesday 23 April 2019
Venue: Front Lawns of the Teen Murti Bhawan
 
Nehru Planetarium, Nehru Memorial Museum & Library celebrated Heritage Day with Environment Awareness workshop on April 22nd & Tree Walk of Teen Murti House on April 23rd, 2019.
The workshop was attended by the Eco Club students of class VIII while students of class IX participated in the Tree Walk.
The workshops sensitized our students about the environmental issues and made them familiar about the rich green flora in their neighborhood. The workshopalso encouraged students to think about the environment in broader view.The tree walk helped them to learn how to identify the trees by its properties.
 
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Skype Workshop on ‘Assessing Our Needs and Waste Management Practices’
Date: April 16, 2019
Participants: students from Class IX & XII along with the Eco-Club Incharge, Mrs. Shilpi Bhattacharya
Venue: Audiovisual Room, TIS, EoK
 
Tagore International School, EOK, in its endeavour to promote education and action on sustainable development, has partnered with TERI School of Advanced Studies (SAS) for Project Action on Waste Management.
The project aims at engaging the students and teachers in a range of activities promoting actions for creating awareness on Waste Management.
After the successful completion of Need Assessment Exercise and Poster Hunt Competition in the academic session 2018-19, a Skype Workshop on ‘Assessing Our Needs and Waste Management Practices’ was held on Tuesday, April 16, 2019.
The core team comprising of 10 students from class IX and a student from class XII along with the Eco-Club Incharge, Mrs. Shilpi Bhattacharya participated in this engaging workshop.
 
LECTURE ON TRADITIONAL MEDICINE IN INDIA
Date: April 8, 2019
Resource person: Dr Sathya N. Dornala,  Panchakarma specialist
Participants: Class XII Biology students & Ms. Dimple Madan, Biology teacher
Venue: The National Science Centre, Pragati Maidan

On the account of the World Health Day, the Class XII Biology students attended a lecture on Traditional Medicines in India on April 8, 2019 at The National Science Centre, Pragati Maidan.

The level of exhilaration amongst the students reached its peak after witnessing a small yet mesmerising session on the interaction of different states of matter with liquid nitrogen which was followed by the session by Dr Sathya N. Dornala, a Panchakarma specialist. He, through his excellent presentation skills, was successful in delving the audience deep into laughter, thoughts and realisation of the mistakes that one usually commits.

The main focus of this session was to enlighten the objectives of Ayurveda: attaining the highest possible level of good health and well-being. This branch of medicine is always concerned with the holistic development of an individual rather than focusing upon healing which Allopathy does. Instead of promoting prevention, it focusses entirely upon uprooting the causative agent of the disturbance caused in the dynamic balance of the body.

He stressed upon Ayurveda and Yoga as India’s soft power tools.He enlightened the audience about the Ayurvedic Clock as well as about the daily routine to be undertaken which helped the students in getting informed about the time where they can work up to their maximum potential. Overall, it was an enriching and an unforgettable experience that one would always cherish for lifetime.