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Intra Class Elocution Competition

Online English Elocution Competition was conducted for class IV on 01 May 2020

“As Human Beings we do change grow, adapt, perhaps even learn and become wiser”

The Google meet was buzzing with great zeal and excitement on Friday, 1st May 2020 for the first online Intra-class competition for Class 4. The event was attended by students, teachers, judges Ms Rima Pant ,  Ms. Madhu Pathania and also Arsh Mishra, President of the quiz  club  and an active member of the debate club of the school.

The competition was conducted in two rounds. First, the preliminary round was on 27th April, wherein the students sent pre-recorded video of the given topics. The topics given were:

 1. If you could have one super power, what would it be.

2. I am happy when….

3. Let me tell you about my imaginary friend

4. My favourite thing about going to school

Students participated enthusiastically in the first round. Best six were chosen from each section for the final round.

The final round was held on Friday, 1st May 2020. It was overwhelming to see the participants adapt to the online method very easily. They faced the camera with confidence, understood the instructions given by the teacher and presented themselves with the same zest and enthusiasm that they would in a classroom or school auditorium.

The criteria for the judgement were Quality of content; Delivery; Diction; Vocabulary and impact and Time limit. The judges gave their valuable inputs to the students, Arsh Mishra shared his experience of public speaking as a student.

The combined efforts of the students and the teachers was evident as the first online intra-class competition was a huge success.

Elocution Competition Results - Class IV


Kaashvi Mangal



Ridhaan Bansal



Aradhya Bhola



Mysha Iqbal



Aneesha Chaturvedi


Parent of Akashleena Majee - IV Parent of Mysha Iqbal Parent of Aradhya Bola - IV

Respected teachers

It was a great pleasure to be part of the first ever Virtual Competition which was one of its kind .Amazingly synchronised ,perfecttimings,picture and voice clarity ,every aspect was looked in to carefully .

All the teachers and students worked really  hard and made the event wonderful and successful .Judges noted each and every aspect  and every student carefully .It was first hand experience for parents and for all the children .Brilliantly conducted .Hats off to all teachers of TIS that made us feel proud to be associated as parents ..Really appreciated the conduct .


Sapna Bansal

Mother of (RidhaanBansal )


Hello Mam

Thank you so much for holding this Great Virtual meeting concept. It was very well organized. I really appreciate your good job!! :)

Even instructions explained by you before the Elocution competition were clearly highlighted and summarised.

We as parents loved the whole concept.  No matter whatever the result is, all participants are commendable. My Best wishes to all of them.

Also, many congratulations to all teachers (Shruti Mam, Neetu Mam, Rajni Mam, Sushma Mam, and every teacher working in the background ) who made this wonderful event possible.

Kudos to the Teachers and Principal Nikita Mam J. Wishing you all great success!!



(Kaashvi Mangal Mother-IV C)
Online English Elocution Competition was conducted for class V on 30 April 2020

In a first of its kind attempt an ‘Online English Elocution Competition’ for Class V was conducted on Thursday, 30 April 2020. The event was conducted to promote spoken English skills like pronunciation, delivery and voice modulation.

A preliminary round of the event was conducted on 27 April 2020 to shortlist the finalists. This round received an astounding response from the students.

The online event was organised on Google Meet and was judged by a panel of three: Senior English teachers Ms.Ronita, Ms.Neetu Khanna and School Debate Club student representative Master Syed Sameed Anwar.

The participants had to speak on any one of the following topics:

  • A much-needed invention.
  • Does advertising influence our choice of food?
  • If I was born a 100 years ago, I would be…
  • The planet I would visit if I had my own space ship.

Each contestant was given two minutes and twenty seconds to speak on the topic. The students spoke with confidence and performed exceptionally well considering today’s unique circumstances. Their performance and enthusiasm were well appreciated by the judges, teachers and the audience alike. The competition accorded encouragement and confidence to the performers and to all the students present as audience.

The winners were judged on the quality of content, delivery, diction, vocabulary and impact of the speech.

The confidence, expression and talent of the students made the online event truly memorable.

Elocution Competition Results - Class V

Aarav Gupta


Naman Kar


Mannat Mann


Kritleen Kaur


Amolika Bhattacharya

Dear Teachers,
I would like to congratulate the teachers and each participant, it was very well hosted by Pallavi Ma'am and Abha Ma'am's equal contribution in keeping track of the time, for each participant.
The event was even more appreciable, as this was the first online session for these little ones, and they have delivered their thoughts beautifully and confidently.
Even with some connection errors or audibility, teachers showed so much patience  n gave time to the participants, if needed. 
The  encouraging Comments by Shruti Ma'am, Ronita ma'am n Neetu Ma'am.
And to sum it up Nikita ma'am's heartening words, would help boost up the confidence of all those who participated and is likely to make the others take part, with more enthusiasm the next time! 
 Kudos to u all !!
Chanu Sapra 
M/O Aarna Sapra 5 B
Maam...Yesterday's competition was excellent. I was highly impressed to see their confidence level. If at this age they are so confident.. I have no doubts and I am sure they will create wonders in the higher classes. Though Prageesha didn't participate but still I would like to give credit to all the teachers along with parents for grooming the students so well. Yesterday I was happy to see your politeness with the students as well. Overall it was an excellent competition. 👏👏👏👏
Prageesha class 5C
The eloqution competition was a great platform  for kids . It was conducted very nicely. Enjoyed watching the same Thanks for all the efforts put in 🙏
M/O Tavishi Gandhi 5B
It was a great learning ..looking forward for many more like these. Thankyou very much!
Vedika's mother 
Mam hope you all liked her performance..kids were too excited..
Great effort by all the teachers..beautifully executed..👏👏
Irayna Bhatia's mother 

Labour Day Celebrations


Labour Day celebrations on 01 May 2020
'Thank You' cards made by students for Support Staff   Messages from Support Staff

Safety Club---Efforts in the Past

 Coming  together to bring food relief to Kerala in the wake of floods in the month of August 2018

A collection drive was initiated in school to accumulate material for the lakhs of people who have been affected by the torrential rains and floods in Kerala. The response was overwhelming as everyone donated very generously and we have been able to put together; and send a lot of food and other items which will be useful in the rehabilitation of the people of Kerala. The members of the safety club, collected food items like rice, pulses, wheat flour, sugar, biscuits, spices, coconut oil, first aid material, toiletries and clothes from students of nursery to class 12 as well as from teachers. The quantum of relief material collected was so high that it had to be sent in two lots and could be sent to two organisations; one is the NGO Goonj, and the other to the Office of the District Magistrate in Jam Nagar, New Delhi, who are sending relief material directly to Kerala. It is very gratifying to see the student and parent community contributing so compassionately towards this cause, to bring back some kind of normalcy to the victims of this natural calamity.

Session on 'No Sugar Drinks' by a team of doctors from PHFI (Public Health Foundation of India) was held on 23 August 2018 for the students of classes VI-VIII
Banning of  all steel and metal water bottles in school  from August 2018
At Tagore International School, we strive to provide a safe environment for our students. Considerable care is taken to make the school a safe haven for your ward. It has been noticed lately that metal water bottles are becoming a threat to the safety and security of our students. Some students have been found throwing these steel bottles at each other, resulting in unpleasant consequences. These incidents have forced the school authorities to ban all steel and metal water bottles hereafter so that the campus continues to be a joyful place for the students.
Mock Drill for evacuation conducted on 09 August 2018
Mock ​Fire Drill conducted in April 2018

TATA Tea Suraksha--Self Defense Program for girls of classes VI-IX from 22-25 January 2018 


Rhythm is a very important part of life and Tabla is regarded as the queen of drums and percussion instruments and is the most popular Indian rhythm instrument.

Keeping this in mind, Tabla classes have been started in school for students of classes I-VIII.

They are learning to play the instrument and also about different bols and thekas. At times, they accompany the vocal recitals also.

Kick Start Equality---Efforts in the Past

Visit To Goonj on 09 December 2017

Happiness is in giving. Happiness is in bringing a smile to their faces. Their happiness is ours.

On Dec 9th, our students visited the Goonj collecting and processing centre, Sarita Vihar, New delhi. There,  Ms.Shuchi, our guide and coordinator, showed and guided the students   through the units where items like clothes, footwear, books are collected and processed. From there, these are sent to the rural areas where they are given to the underprivileged, not as charity, but as reward for their contribution to the social endeavours in their own locality.

A short visit to the Goonj centre proved to be a great experience. It made the students  realize how lucky they were to have access to all the resources, and how even a pencil can be a luxury that some people cannot afford.  Just knowing that they, as individuals, can make a big different in the lives of others, made them think about  ‘worthy  life’.

A week Long "Self Enhancement Programme " for the girl students of the middle and senior school was organized from 23 March to 31 March 2017 The programme included a one -hour 'Self Defense' training daily by Delhi Police personnel followed by an interactive session with experts on various aspects of physical, emotional, financial and spiritual well being.
Sessions on Gender Bias conducted for the middle school under Kick start Equality Campaign in February 2017
Dil Ki Suno , Kuch karo - Contribution Drive

“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” With this ideology, the students of the KICK START EQUALITY campaign of our school along with the NGO Goonj organized a contribution drive called,-Dil ki Suno, kuch karo.”The drive began from 30th October and ended on 7th November. During this drive the students as well as the teachers of the school had to contribute wearable sarees for tribal women , who would use it as trousseaus on wedding, for day to day wear ,menstrual purposes etc. The campaign members ensured that all the students were informed by making announcements in each class and in the assembly. Thanks to all the teachers and students, the contribution drive turned out to be a huge success and just in a weeks time our campaign was able to collect 12 cartons full of sarees.

Celebrating girl child month the Kickstart Equality Campaign hosted a programme, 'Unite' on 18 November 2016

The Kickstart Equality Campaign hosted a programme, "Unite", on 18th November 2016, celebrating Girl Child Month. The campaign showcased a heart-wrenching dance-drama, a song with a pleasing melody and a powerful meaning, and an eye-opening movie. The highlight of the programme, however, was the beat-boxing match by students of our school. The effort put in by the students was much appreciated by the audience..

Students interviewing parents to understand their views on gender equality on 03 September 2016


An event organised by CEQUIN to showcase Kick Start Equality campaign at the Australian High Commission on 10 December 2015


Kickstart Equality, an Innovative Student-led campaign for Gender Equality and Non-discrimination under the aegis of the NGO, CEQUIN-The Centre for Equity and Inclusion led by Sara Pilot is an ongoing programme for the school this year. On 10 December 2015, in commemoration of the Human Rights Day, the campaign concluded with much fanfare at the Australian High Commission. The school put an art installation which depicted women’s plight under the Panchayati Raj system of India. It projected the difficulties and emotions that women go through before finding an equal footing with men. The students also performed a street play- ‘Aazad Bharat Ki Gulam Tasveer’, encapsulating the theme of equality and non-discrimination.

Flash Mob in support of ‘Kick Start Equality’ at DLF Saket on 29 November 2015

We did it again!

Students along with CEQUIN and nine other schools in Delhi put up a Flash Mob in support of their campaign ‘Kick-start Equality’ at DLF Saket. Through this upbeat performance we put forward our point, that women are no longer inferior to men, that they have broken the chain of inequality and oppression and risen to a new status. The song ‘Break the Chain’ apart from being a catchy tune was applauded for its wordings. It was a raging success which left many thinking about the condition of women and their importance in our society and need to do uplift it. 

Visit our Facebook Page Kickstartequality-CEQUIN to show your support.

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Special screening of ‘Half the Sky’ held on 20 October 2015
It was a documentary that lays bare the horrendous story of transgenerational prostitution in India. It tells the tale of efforts by Urmi Basu; working in Kalighat, Kolkata, she works towards rescuing young girls from the cycle of prostitution and educating them.
Undeniably, there are billions of women living in brothels, who're so numb with pain that they are unaware that there is a life beyond the closed walls they are bound by, where they lead a life of sexual exploitation. Amidst such huge numbers, changing a few lives seems insufficient and non-impactful. Yet, the creators remind us that it does indeed make a difference; it makes a difference to that one female who is now freed, who is not daily sexually exploited, who now has the opportunity to complete her education and fulfil her ambitions,and above all, live a life of dignity.
The screening of the documentary was preceded by a presentation of awards by Justice Seth, to women who have overcome obstacles in their own lives, and are now helping other weaker sections to lead a better life, including poor women and children. 
It was a wonderful and inspiring opportunity, and the documentary will have one drowning in tears.


Rhythm is a very important part of life and Tabla is regarded as the queen of drums and percussion instruments and is the most popular Indian rhythm instrument.

Keeping this in mind, Tabla classes have been started in school for students of classes I-VIII.

They are learning to play the instrument and also about different bols and thekas. At times, they accompany the vocal recitals also.



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