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Aks Amol Solanke of class VI accompanied by Dr. Remy Kaul participated in the International Astronomy Challenge organised by NAC(National Astronomy Challenge) at Dubai from 24-27 March 2019
Mr. Parveen Kumar ,HoD Physical Education attended Special Olympics World Summer Games 2019 held at Abu Dhabi,UAE from 02March 2019 to 22 March 2019 as a Head Coach
Visit by students and  teachers from Jinyuan Senior High School, Shanghai, China from 08 -13 December 2018 under exchange programme

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Ms. Uma Chopra, TGT Hindi was invited to parent and sibling workshop organised by Special Olympics at Singapore on 29 and 30 September 2018 
Ms. Uma Chopra was invited to the parent and sibling workshop organized in Singapore by Special Olympics on 29 and 30 September 2018.The workshop consisted of people  from the Asia-Pacific region and it was all about encouraging and including the people having intellectual disabilities in the society.
The workshop was fun and interactive with parents and siblings of the athletes and the youth leaders .

Professor and student of CHUO university of Japan  visited school on 13 September 2018
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Nine students accompanied by Ms. Shweta Chawla represented India in International Cultural Exchange Program-Joy Dancing Children's Meet at Beijing, China from 09 August - 21 August 2018

Our school participated in the ‘Joy of Dancing Beijing Festival’ held between  09 August to 21 August 2018. 

The team comprised of Jiya Chawla VII C, Avanya Jha VII A, Tisha Singh VII A, Aadya Kamat VI B, Mehr Chadha VI B, Ananya Kanodia VI C, Bhavini Juneja VIII A, Divanshi Anand VIII A, Mansha Pathak VIII B accompanied by Ms. Shweta Chawla. Our students’ performed in four cities including Beijing, Dalian, Penjin and Shanghai and were lauded for their mesmerising performances and extremely high energy levels. Our dancing divas made our school and our country proud in front of various countries including Russia, Egypt, South Korean, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Australia, Thailand and Indonesia.

This platform provided an opportunity to experience different cultures and sow the seeds of friendship and long lasting relationships. This festival not only celebrated peace and friendship, but also served as a bridge to promote understanding amongst the youth across the globe.

"International Team Dance Video"

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Eight students accompained by Ms. Anuradha Arora attended GIFFONI Film Festival as jury members from 19 to 30 July 2018 at Salerno, Italy. 
There is no singular way of learning and no one medium of imparting education. Innovation in learning holds great significance in our school. An interesting mode for doing so is through cinema. Used well, it can be one of the most exciting and effective sources of information, insight and wisdom for youth.
In association with CHINH Early Education Web Channel, three of our students Suhana Mehta,Sunay Rai and Nasra yahya Mhata  accompanied by Anuradha Arora ma'am, attended the Giffoni Film Festival in Salerno, Italy, in  July 2018. The Giffoni film festival is a multimedia film festival for children. It provides a one-of-a-kind platform for international juries, composed of about 600+ youngsters.
It was a great opportunity to participate and represent India in the Giffoni Film festival   as jury members. Our students teamed up with their co - jurors from numerous other countries and were able to share their ideas on cinema, helping them to enhance their thinking, analytical, decision making and communication skills.
All students gained firsthand experience of Italian lifestyle, culture and society. They got the chance to watch the premieres of some unreleased movies, have interactive sessions with eminent directors of the competing films and share public space with several international celebrities associated with films. They also got a chance to meet famous actors like Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly from 'Ant-man and the Wasp.' 

School wins accolades at the 7th Shanghai International Youth Science and Technology Expo 2018 (SIYST) held in Shanghai from 19-26 July

Five students, accompanied by Ms. Gauri Sen and Ms. Shruti Chandhoke had yet another opportunity to participate in the Shanghai International Youth Science and Technology Expo (SIYST), the seventh of its kind held this year between 20-23rd July at Shanghai, China.

We were indeed proud to be the only school representing India at this expo. Among the 254 participants from 13 countries, and a total of 45 exhibits showcased, we take pride in announcing that our exhibit titled: Assistive applications for the visually impaired bagged the first prize. The team comprised of SparshTanwar ,Aditya Kabu of X A, Ansh Matta, Anisha Arya of X B and Aditya Sharmabof X C  who worked under the guidance of Ruby ma’am and Gauri ma’am

Not only this, our school team also won the 2nd prize in the bridge making competition, in which a bridge had to be constructed using Styrofoam and thread.

Gauri Sen Ma’am was awarded a prize for her presentation titled: Innovation in education using technology.

They got a chance to explore the Great Wall of China, The Summer Palace and Tianamen Square and  also visited the Jade factory and the local market to buy some souvenirs.

Visit by students and teachers from Le college María Casares, Lyon, France under an exchange program from 16 April to 27 April 2018

Photography done by :

Aaryan Kohli XI A
Namya Patiyal X B
Manya Kamath IX A
Ms. Manpreet Kaur ,PGT Commerce felicitated by tGELF at New York, USA on 22 March 2018

tGELF- The Global Educational Leadership Forum nominated Ms.Manpreet Kaur for NFTE( Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship) Global Showcase held at New York ,USA . The selection was based on filling up an application form followed by a grilling interview of the short listed candidates. She represented India in the global showcase in New York, USA on 22 March 2018, after being shortlisted for piloting the “Owning Your Future” programme in 2017. She was awarded with a trophy and a cash prize of $500.


Visit to Le Collège Marias Casares, Lyon, France for an Exchange Programme from 14 November to 24 November 2017

Nineteen students and two teachers, Ms. Rima Pant and Ms. Anjali Wats,  visited Lyon, France on a Student Exchange  Programme with le Collège Maria-Casarès, Rillieux de Papes,  from 14  to 24 November 2017.

There were students from both the branches of our school. They were hosted at the houses of the French students and visited the school campus and carried on activities like Saree tying, Cricket Match, Mehendi application, etc. The students also visited the Mayor’s office and also received gifts from him.

France 3 Television telecast the entire Exchange program on their news channel. Our students also featured in their newspaper.

They spent two days in Paris on their return and visited the Eiffel Tower and other famous monuments.

Tagoreans featured in Lyon's newspaper

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Tagoreans on France 3 channel at Lyon TV

Fourteen students accompanied by Ms. Aditi Goria & Ms. Loveleen Chugh represented India in International Cultural Exchange Program-Joy Dancing Children's Meet at Beijing, China from 04 August - 17 August 2017
The team of fourteen students and two teachers visited China from 4th August 2017 till 17th August 2017.They attended the Joy Festival of Dance at the four major cities of China. The students presented before the audience, the beautiful traditional dances of India ,which included Traditional Kathak, Kathak Fusion and Guajarati folk dance. The students presented the dances with perfection and impressed the audience. The team also visited ‘The Great Wall of China ‘,Disney Land, Summer Palace and the Happy Harbor Fantasy Park.
Along with eleven other countries of the world, our students were presented with trophies. And later our students exchanged gifts with students of other countries. The students came back with many ideas and had a great exposure.
Abhay N. Hari attended the Pennsylvania School for Global Entreprenuership (PSGE) Summer program held at Lehigh University, Pennsylvania from 30th June to 30th July 

I, Abhay N Hari, of class XI D attended the Pennsylvania School for Global Entreprenuership (PSGE) Summer program held at Lehigh University, Pennsylvania from 30th June to 30th July as one of two students selected from India.

The PSGE program is a global platform for students to attain real life business and entrepreneurial experience and skills. 76 students representing 18 countries participated in this program. Not only were the students I met extremely smart and well-informed, they were also extremely social and forthcoming. I spent many nights discussing various global issues with Palestinians, Russians, and French, all keen to express their view-point; eager to talk.

The courses we had were great and the professors there were amongst the best around. I had an amazing time deliberating on ethical conflicts, analyzing investment opportunities, understanding markets and a host of other engaging topics they made us work on.

We also had many events where we had to come up with an idea, prepare a business model and pitch it to 'investors.' Such experiences were extremely enriching as we got a taste of how the world out there was, and what it took to be successful.

In all, the 4-weeks I spent at Lehigh University, Pennsylvania were amongst the best of my life. Not only did I learn, in abundance, the ways and nuances of the business world, but I also made ever-lasting friendships with some of the brightest, most talented people one's ever likely to meet.

I look forward to applying all that I learnt and leveraging my experience in the times to come"

By Abhay N. Hari 


Six students accompanied by Ms. Yachana Villaitrani attended the Giffoni Film Festival (GFF), 2017 from 12 July and 22 July in Italy

A group of six students Dhruv Vasan, Vansh Marwaha of VIII B, Saburi Chopra of VIII A, Yashvi Sharma of X C, Samridhi Gupta of XI C and Yashika Anand of XI B accompanied by Ms. Yachana Villaitrani attended the Giffoni Film Festival (GFF), 2017 held between 12 July and 22 July in Italy. The Festival provides a one of a kind platform to international juries composed of about 600 youngsters from the age group of 3 years up to stay with the local Italian families in Salerno and spend their days at the venue of the event in Giffoni while watching short films and feature length films that compete to become a favourite among them. Various international stars (like Julianne Moore and Amy Adams etc.) also took part in the annual celebration and met the jurors to discuss cinema with them.Apart from the festival,the group spent a day in Rome during this trip which was an enriching experience for them indeed. 


Tagoreans won four bronze medals and a gold medal at the International Royal Military Young Scientist Conference and Exhibition (i-RYSCE) from 10 July to 15 July 2017

Seven students accompanied by Ms. Gauri Sen went to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to participate in the International Royal Military Young Scientist Conference and Exhibition (i-RYSCE) from 10 July to 15 July 2017.  

Our school was one of the 4 schools, representing India at this expo. Among 250 plus exhibits by 11 countries. Our school bagged four bronze medals and one gold medal. The team consisted of Pranav Bhatia , Manan Bhatia of XI C , Manav Gupta of IX A, Gurmaan Singh, Garv Gupta, Manav Gupta, Kabeer Kundra and Pratyush Saini of VII C-who also won the Youngest Scientist Award at his age of 11.  

Ours was the only school to win awards for each of our projects, and the ideas were also appreciated by the judges.

A few days ago, the students, on behalf of the school, met with Dr. Harshvardhan, minister at Ministry of Science & Technology (India), Ministry of Environment, Government of India, at his residence and received a certificate of appreciation, signed by him.

Not only did they have a great learning experience, they also got to tour the city, visit the Petronas Twin Towers, a Chocolate Factory, shop, and have fun.


Five students accompanied by Ms. Uma Chopra visited Kennedy Space Center, Orlando, U.S. from 31 May - 09 June 2017

Amazing' is the only word that can describe the adventure we had over summer. We were one of the few privileged ones to go to NASA. The moment we first saw that wonderful place we were in awe. Getting to do the Astronaut training program in NASA was one of the highlights of the trip. Besides that , we were privileged enough to go around the Kennedy Space Centre and tour around it and see the various launch pads and rockets. Other than this we also visited Magic Kingdom and Universal Studios in Orlando which left us both in awe as to how awesome they were. Getting to see Niagara Falls was the highlight of the trip. Seeing the border between USA and Canada was just breathtaking. After all this we went to New York's Times Square which was a cherry on top and gave us the glimpse of USA which is in everybody's imagination.

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Tagoreans were Runners up in South Asia at World Scholar’s Cup at Hanoi

On 30 and 31 January, World Scholar’s Cup organized its Delhi NCR regional round. Our school sent two teams comprising of Sanjeet Agarwal of X, Shrey Chhabra of XI, Aamod Mehrish of XII and second team of Aaradhya Kukreja of XII, V. Chaitanya of X and Anshul Bhardwaj. They performed exceptionally well and received invitation for Hanoi Global round which was held in last week of June 2017.The two teams participated in Hanoi Global round 2017 and the team comprising of Shrey, Sanjeet and Aamod were the runners up team in South Asia division, and out of 2000 participants, their team stood 33rd globally. Sanjeet Agarwal bagged 12 medals and also got an opportunity to represent India in debate showcase. Shrey Chhabra also won 9 medals in various events such as essay writing, scholar’s challenge and scholar’s bowl. Aamod also bagged 5 medals. Their team has also received an invitation for tournament of champions in Yale University. The other team also performed amazingly well, where Aradhya Kukreja bagged 3 medals and secured rank 30 globally in essay writing and V.

Chaitanya also won 2 medals.


Peer Mentoring Sessions

Our school has been conducting the Peer Mentoring Program since August 2013.As part of this initiative, we run weekly sessions, in which students from classes X and XI conduct workshops for and guide students of classes 6 to 8 on issues such as bullying, anger management, time management, self-esteem, dealing with emotions, communication skills etc.  

Our endeavour is to make students aware of the basic issues in their life and how to manage them. These sessions are activity based, and involve individual tasks, pair and share, role plays etc. planned specifically to impart self-help skills experientially to the students. 

These regular sessions have had a positive impact on the students as they are now able to handle their problems independently.

The Self Esteem session aimed to focus on the significance of self-esteem. This session helped the students identify factors that affect self-esteem in daily life. The students  discussed various techniques to help enhance their self-esteem.

Group discussion on techniques to enhance self esteem Peer mentors discussing the concept of self esteem Students writing down often heard statements about themselves

The main objective of the Anger Management sessions is to enable the students to understand the underlying emotions which lead to anger. We also suggest various ways to not only control but also manage anger, in a constructive way. 

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Brainstorming on  Physical changes due to anger Discussion on External triggers of anger Individual assessment of Anger –Creating situation


Time Management sessions inculcate the significance of prioritizing and scheduling tasks among students, with the help of group and individual. 

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Recognising-Challenges to Time Management Group Discussion on Time Management Scheduling ones day

Communication Skills sessions make the students aware of the two way process of communication. The sessions, through role plays and think-pair-share help them understand the importance of verbal as well as non-verbal aspects of communication. 

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Class discussion on Consequences of miscommunication Explaining various aspects of Communication Group Discussion on Verbal and Non verbal Communication

During sessions on Bullying students are made aware of different roles of people involved in bullying and their basic characteristics. Through role plays, students are empowered to avoid and overcome bullying situations.

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Brainstorming on reasons for Bullying Discussion on the Role of Bystander Role Play on Bullying Situation

Sessions on Creative and Critical thinking inculcated the significance of these life skills among students. With the help of creative “out of the box” thinking one can find a solution to a seemingly difficult problem and through critical thinking, we can analyse the pros and cons of any situation. 

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Group activity - students trying to solve the problem with the help of creative thinking Group discussion for creative and critical thinking Group activity for creative thinking


The main objective of the Problem Solving session was to empower the students with decision making skills when faced with any challenging situations.


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Brainstorming for decision making skills when faced with any challenging situations Discussing problem solving strategies Explaining problem solving skills

Heritage Walks





Wednesday, 16  Dec ’15

Firoz Shah Kotla

Learners draw connections transcending the spatial-temporal boundaries: propagation of peace by Emperor Ashok. The learning happens through music. Students also participate in the interactive Musical sessions on this rare learning module.


Wednesday,16  Dec ’15

Quila E-Mubarak

A visit to the Lal Quila which is one of the richest architectural marvels of Mughal period.  Children walk through the Fort,covering museums,important Gates,and the Fort moat. Interesting stories, legends collected from the locals, memoirs of contemporary residents of Shahjahanabad are shared with the learners.


Monday, 14  Dec’15

Jama Masjid and Dharampura

This module leads from the Jama Masjid into the Dharampura area of the walled city. Visit to the legendary  mosque and followed by a walk across the lesser known area Dharampura that played a central part in the making of the collective history of Delhi.


Tuesday, 15 Dec’15

Chandni Chowk

( Understanding Secularism)

A study tour that takes students from the lesser known areas of the Old Delhi to the familiar Chandni Chowk while giving a new insight into them. It will reflect on the pluralistic flavour of Delhi that includes visits to a mosque, Ghalib's Haveli , a legendary Gurudwara and one of the most prominent mosques in Old Delhi (Fatehpuri Masjid). The high point of the study tour will be an exclusive interaction with a religious head.


Tuesday, 15 Dec’15

Nizamuddin Dargah

( Understanidng Sufism)

An extremely popular study tour to the Dargah of Hazrat Nizzamudin. It includes an illuminating talk with the experts, followed by a rendition of Qawwali. Learners are introduced to many new concepts as the Sufism, birth of the language, a genre of Indian traditional writing, a school of music, apart from this insight into the life of Hazrat Nizamudinn Auliya.


Students enhance their knowledge, understanding and appreciation of art through an innovative range of media. The emphasis is on the development of art forms, use of art materials, specific techniques and observational drawing skills. This year, they are making Mandalas, preparing Manuscripts from Assam, creating landscape studies and thus exploring the art forms of the North East. The students meet various international and national artists and visit various art galleries and museums to study the artists’ work. Students are also exposed to political, social and environmental issues through an artist’s work, projects and discussions.

Public Speaking

Students of classes VI -VIII who have opted for Public Speaking are an enthusiastic and vocal group. The initial stages look at the importance of public speaking and seek to emphasise interactive skills.  Apart from practising the art of speaking confidently, they also practise researching information from various sources and putting that together to create a write-up. Speaking skills are practiced in a variety of ways: through debates, short skits, speeches and story-telling. Peers are encouraged to listen and provide useful feedback, so that they also develop active listening skills. The aim is to endow students with confidence, clarity and fluency of speech.


Theatre students of VI-VIII are enthusiastic and talented. The initial stages emphasize the significance of movement, coordination between gesture and speech and performing for an audience. The students attempt various combinations of gesture, speech, song, music, and dance. Theatre skills are further polished through activities of self-expression, imagination and games which allow students to individually explore movement.

Peers are encouraged to observe and provide useful feedback. The overall aim is to endow students with confidence to present the experience of a real or imagined event before a live audience in a specific place, often a stage.

Indian classical Dance

Students are encouraged to adapt formal training of Kathak Dance art style apart from that the students work on their versatility as a dancer in a way so that they can represent their school in National and  International Competition or Dance Festivals etc. They also Believe on a very Famous Quote of William W. Purkey which says " You've gotta dance like there's nobody watching, Love like you'll never be hurt, sing like there's nobody listening, and live like its heaven on earth " .


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TIS  reaches International heights 

Surbhi Sejwal of Class VIII, Ms Mukesh (P.E.T.) and Mr. Om Prakash Chibber (Football Coach ) of Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar represented Deeksha Sports contingent from Indioa, in the international Continental Cup 2006 held in Cleveland, Ohio (USA) from 10th to 14th July 2006. The team left India on the 8th july and reached New York on he 9th July 2006. From there they took a flight to Cleveland, Ohio. Surbhi reports, “ We enjoyed the opening ceremony, which was held on 9 july. A paraglider landed in the stadium from a great height carrying two footballs, which were kicked into the goal post to inaugurate the tournament. This honour was given to Mr. Om Prakash Chibber and the coach of the Mexican Team. We played four matches in a row, in which three wee the league matches and the fourh was for 3rd and 4th posiions. Our team stood 4th in this category. I learnt so much by playing against players from different countries. A tournament at an International level is a fantastic experience as it builds a foundation for the game in our country. Our team went sight seeing to Cleveland city and Niagara falls. We returned to Delhi on the 18th July 2006.

Global Young Leaders Conference (GYLC)- 2004 

Australia –India Teachers Exchange Programme in January 2003  

Ms. Sumita Dutta,Indian music teacher was invited to tour Europe to perform in the India Hall, Amsterdam and International School of Brussels on 8th & 9th November 2002 

Exchange program of teachers and students from Australia and Asia organised by Australian Education Foundation in collaboration with the Asia India Council 


Indian Vocal Music

The Indian Vocal Music classes encompass the study of music, composition and performances. The curriculum follows a broad range across the genres of Hindustani classical music. In the middle school, children learn to read notations or musical scores. Performance skills are honed through myriad opportunities and cultural experiences such as the Annual Day, various celebrations, inter-school competitions and other functions. Our Indian Choir renders each occasion harmonious and has won appreciation for self-composed songs. The students share their learnings further through inter-house music competitions for which they often identify and fuse songs representing various values and life skills.


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Signing of MOU  between Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar and Jinyuan Sr. High School Shanghai, China on 28th November’08 

The world is shrinking into a global village and Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar proved this with their successful pioneering endeavour at VIDEO CONFERENCING with Jinyuan Senior High School (JSHS) Shanghai on 28th November ’08 in the school auditorium.

In a rare forging of links, the two educational institutions organized the inauguration of a program for collaboration and co-operation in the area of learning.The inaugural included signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) by the Principal of Ms. Madhulika Sen and the Principal of JSHS Wang Liping.

To witness the historic event was present His Excellency Mr. Chang Yan, the Chinese Ambassador and his wife Madam Chen Wangzia.

The program is a culmination of a year’s, non-stop effort which began in August 2007 when representatives of TIS, VV travelled to JSHS to discuss potential opportunities for collaboration. With a desire to record their respective intent, an MOU was signed through the video conferencing, witnessed by student and teacher representatives from both the schools. The inaugural was heralded with drum beats by students of each school, followed by the introduction of the respective guests by each school’s host. The movies from each school gave a remarkable insight into their infrastructure, vision and achievements. The Principals of both schools then delivered speeches, introducing what the signing was all about. The Chinese Ambassador, in his speech was highly appreciative of the students effort at friendship and understanding. He also added that they could go on to prove that they are worthy of their respective countries. Instrumental Music performances were exchanged. Student representatives Meghna Sridhar and N. Krishnan expressed their eagerness to interact with their Chinese counterparts through video and web conferencing, collaborate on projects, establish personal relationships and to promote each other’s nation, culture, history, geography and sports. I
t was indeed a moment of pride for Tagorean.

Jenesys Exchange Programme- 2008 

Organised by JICE, a non-profit Japanese organization in collaboration with the Japanese Government, two students from Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar New Delhi N. K. Krishnan and Meghna Sridhar were sent on a 10 day trip to Japan divided between the capital city of Tokyo and the Northern prefecture of Miyagi. The program consisted of a two day home stay in the house of a Japanese ‘host’ family as well as a visit to many points of cultural interest such as the Tokyo-Edo Museum, Tokyo Tower, a local supermarket and even a High School. Workshops were also held during the course of the event as well as lectures from Japanese scholars and diplomats. Students shared their collective experience and drew conclusions based on their observance of Japanese lifestyle and culture. The objective of the program was to strengthen Indo-Japan relationships for the future and succeeded spectacularly in this regard.

Visit of students and teachers as cultural ambassadors of India at the Shanghai International Children’s Festival  

Thirteen students , along with two teachers , Ms. Preetinder Kaur Chadha , the art group leader and Ms. Sumita Dutta , music teacher of Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar had the unique opportunity of being the cultural ambassadors of India at the Shanghai International Children’s art troupes that exchanged performances at the grand festival embodying the theme of “Peace, Friendship and Future’.

At the gala opening ceremony held at the Shanghai Grand Stage on 29th July ’07 the rajasthani Dance performed by the dance troupe of the school was highly applauded by the august gathering as it reflected the ethnic feelings. Under the theme `To learn to be Grateful to somebody’ N.Krishnan of X-C with a speech, Debasmita Sarcar of VIII-C with sketches and Priyanka Jayakumar of VIII-B with dance movements expressed their wishes to the children of different countries and regions of the world at the International Children’s Forum held at the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum on July 30.

The culmination was a courtesy call by S.Vigneshwaran to the Mayor of Shanghai,followed by two Kathak performances, a group song and a Jugalbandi of the Tabla and the Mridangam by Rohit Naqaib and S.Vigneshwaran on 31 July. The young artists received standing ovations. The feature that made the event very special for the students and did the school proud was privileged to be the only representative from India that showcased schoolchildren.
Students in the group are:

Mayank Dhyani
Tanya Mehta
Smriti Chadha
Debolina Bhattacharya
Ankita Gupta
Sanya Arora

Debasmita Sarcar
Shreya Kumar
Narayanaswamy Krishnan
Chaitanya Sahoo
Priyanka Jayakumar
S Vigneshwaran
Rohit Naqaib

Sumita Dutta
Preetinder Kaur Chadha

TIS reaches International heights

Raghav Budhiraja  of Class V C won the bronze medal for Taek-won-Do in the International Friendship Tournament held at Beijing, China  from 1st to 8th of October 2007.

Western Vocal and Instrumental Music

The  students of classes VI-VIII  learn  instruments such as the synthesizer, guitar, bass guitar, drums  A well-structured syllabus and lesson plan are followed to hone the students’ minds towards rhythm, melodies and harmonies – the essential components of music. The songs chosen are lyrical epitomes of values, life skills and the theory of music, are taught every week to students .


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15 December 2010 would go down in the history of Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar when the Chinese Premier, His Excellency, Mr Wen Jiabao walked the portals of the school and paved the way for furthering the ‘China - India friendship’ effort. The visit to the school was part of the dignitary’s itinerary on the first day of his three day visit to India. The school was indeed privileged to be the only one to be visited by such an imminent personality where he got an opportunity to interact with the school children.The Chinese Premier immediately struck a chord and won the hearts of each of the student and teacher delegates with his informal and warm interactions

To all such questions he kept a smile on his face and answered each of them graciously.

The programme began with the Principal Ms Madhulika Sen welcoming the esteemed guest, giving him a brief about the school’s endeavour for the past four years, to strengthen the ties between the two emerging super powers. HighlightIing on the need for collaboration and cooperation in the area of learning, she spoke about the school’s initiative to have encouraged various student and teacher exchange programmes with the sole intent to understand the similarities in the values, culture and history of the two countries. She mentioned about the school being the only Indian school to have been represented in the Performing art and cultural festival held at Shanghai in 2007

Gladly accepting one of the student’s suggestions if he could be addressed as ‘Grandpa’ Wen, the premier spoke on topics which varied from Rabindranath Tagore, yoga, calligraphy to how the Chinese students felt about the Indian students. He said that the students in China believed that the two countries, whose combined population is 2.5 billion, would represent the revitalization of Asia and would have global impact. Referring to Rabindranath Tagore as the Great Indian Saint poet, he added that Tagore has been a big influence on writers including Liang Qichao, Bing Xin and Xu Zhimo and is a household name in China. He described Geetanjali as a collection of religious poems, full of the message of “benevolence, love and high moral standards”. The Chinese Premier surprised the students with the vast knowledge he had of the poet. When he asked the question how much would he be graded for this he was promptly replied a 10-on-10.

Happy to know about the introduction of Mandarin in the CBSE curriculum from 2011, he was positive that this meaningful step would give a boost and strengthen the bond between the two emerging economies. Taking the first step in this direction, he presented the school a thousand books, audio and visual material to help the students learn the language. The Premier himself demonstrated the traditional Chinese Art of calligraphy to the group of students who have been learning calligraphy in virtual classrooms through video conferencing with ‘The Jinyuan Senior High School’ in Shanghai, China. This video conferencing has been continuing on a regular weekly basis not only in calligraphy but also in yoga with the same school for the past two years. The Principal Ms. Sen presented a 3 - feet sculpted figure of Gurudev Tagore made by the renowned sculptor Ram V. Sutar, along with Tagore’s biography.

The Premier sealed the ties of the two country’s friendship by writing in Mandarin ‘We are Friends Forever’ which later resonated in the auditorium when students were asked to not only repeat it but to believe in it too.

Throughout the interactions the premier kept a smile on his face and answered each question graciously The Premier was so touched by the enthusiasm and affection displayed by the students that while on his way out, he turned back and reentered the auditorium in order to shake hands with them and bid them a special T’ye T’ye (bye-bye) which was the icing on the cake for the students. The memories would be cherished forever by one and all at TIS

Visitors from Lycee Broceliande, Guer, France under Indo-French Exchange Programme [ 13th - 27th October 2010 ] 

Tagore international School hosted a group of 12 students and 3 teachers from Lycee Broceliande, a school in Guer, France as a part of an exchange programme. The group of teachers and students visited India on a 15 day trip from the 13th October 2010 to 27th October 2010. The unique feature of this exchange was that each visitor stayed with the family of the students hosting the. The entire fortnight was a flurry of activities to acquaint the visitors with Indian culture, festivals,food, traditions et all. After a formal welcome ceremony on the evening of 13th October, the visitors visited Agra where one of them commented that the Taj Mahal is more beautiful than the Eiffel Tower. They were also taken to places of worship, Havelis of old Delhi, Dilli Haat and were able to absorb the spirit of Delhi. In order to acquaint them with various aspects of education, they not only attended classes with our own students, but were also taken to schools and other institutions of Delhi. The group also got to visit the Navdanya farm, an organic farm where they interacted animatedly with the villagers.

Watching Pandit Hari Prasad Chaurasia perform in the school as a part of the SPIC MACAY pragramme was one of the highpoints of their visit as commented by one of the students from France.

How can visitors come to India and not visit Jaipur? Their two day trip to Jaipur convinced them that given a chance they would come to the land of diversity again and again.

The culmination of the interaction was the evening on 25th October when the French ambassador to India, His Excellency, Jerome Bonnafont was the chief guest. He spoke on the commonalities between traditions of India and France. The students presented Dance performances in Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi and Sufi dance styles. They also presented a violin and Mridangam recital. The students from France presented a dance to popular Hindi film songs to the great delight of all present. The programme ended with the national anthems of both France and India played on the synthesizer by one of the students.

Shanghai International Youth Science & Technology Expo-2010 from 12th July – 18th July 2010] 

Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar participated in the 2010 Shanghai International Youth Science and Technology Expo held in Shanghai from July 12th till the July 18th. Seven students- Abhishek Sankritik, Angad Oberoi,Anuja Gopidas, Lohit Guduvada, Neerja Gurnani, Anubhav Sheoran, Anandee Chakrabarti under the guidance of Mrs. Remy Kaul and Mrs. Swarnamayee Mahapatra presented structural models of Geodesic dome and Bamcrete using bamboos reducing the amount of steel and concrete and help fight against climate change. 17 countries – U.S.A, Mexico, U.K, Ireland, France, Italy, India, South Africa, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, China –Shanghai, China Macao, China –Hong Kong, participated in the Expo. The Expo had events like Student’s Forum, Teacher’s Forum, Scientist’s Forum, a cultural programme to discuss the issues of climate change at the international level. The exhibits were judged by a panel of judges comprising of Scientists from Shanghai University who adjudged the schools project as the ‘Best Display’ out of the 34 displays, ‘Best Teacher’s Thesis’ and ‘Best Student Thesis’.

The accommodation, food, sightseeing and other facilities was arranged by the Chinese Government for the Expo at Shanghai High School. Each team was provided with 1-3 English speaking volunteers. The Expo was officially opened at the opening ceremony that provided the delegates with some brilliant acrobatics show. PowerPoint presentations, group discussions, cultural evenings and the carnival kept the delegates busy throughout the days of the expo. The Expo provided the delegates with a lot of exposure and experiences to cherish for the rest of their lives.

 China Beckons teachers of Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar for an Exchange programme [ May 2010 ]

In the words of Confucious “Travel is the best form of Education” and the significance of travel for imparters of education cannot be undermined. With this idea in mind, six teachers of Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar were chosen for a teacher - exchange programme with Jinyuan High School, Shanghai. This trip was a sequel to the visit of a group of Chinese teachers of the same school in the month of January. The five- day trip to Shanghai was marked by interactions between Indian teachers and Chinese students as well as among Chinese, Indian and visiting Australian teachers and students who were also a part of the exchange programme. The interactions saw academic and cultural ideas being exchanged discussion and implementation of teaching methodologies in order to make the experience enriching and fulfilling. Besides presentations, lecture and demonstration classes were also a part of the organized events. The tour also included site seeing in Shanghai and Beijing and a visit to Expo 2010. The teachers returned with new ideas and experiences which they plan to share and implement in the new academic session.

Visitors from our partner School Jinyuan Senior High School, Shanghai, China [ January 2010 ] 

The school played host to the Jinyuan Senior High school from China. Five teachers and the Deputy Principal of the school who were a part of an ongoing exchange programme between the two schools were given traditional welcome as they walked into the portals of TIS. In her welcoming address, the principal Ms. Madhulika Sen spoke of the earlier interaction between the schools in the form of video conferencing for the classroom teaching of calligraphy and yoga.As a step forward exchange of teaching techniques will now be exchanged when five teachers from TIS will go to Shanghai in May.

The visitors comprising of Mr.Meng Fangang, Deputy Principal,Mr. Sun Shimin, Head of the Department,IT, Mr. Zheng Baiyi,Physics teacher, Mr. Lu Gaoyuan, Deputy Head of Studies,Ms. Sun Wenxia,English teacher and Ms.Yao Peili , English teacher were indeed impressed by their observations. They visited the various subject labs, class rooms and interacted with the students and teachers.

 Virtual Classrooms

Students of Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar, have been interacting with their Chinese counterparts from Jinyuan High School in Shanghai, through video conferencing and have established virtual classrooms in order to learn from each other. Our early morning Yoga sessions are now held jointly with classrooms in China and vice-versa for calligraphy.

A visit to the Jinyuan Senior  High School, Shanghai, China  from 20th- 25th October 2009

Ms. Madhulika Sen, Principal , Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar had a unique opportunity of representing India at the Principal’s forum organized by Jinyuan Senior High School, Shanghai, China as a part of its 105th Anniversary celebration. Ms. Sen, accompanied by the Junior Headmistress, Ms. Preeti Chadha and computer teacher, Ms. Seema Sinha was the only school representing India in the forum organized by the Jinyuan school for her international friends from the 20th to the 25th of October 2009. Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar was one among the many prestigious schools from all around the world notably, George Abbot School, England, Mary Knoll School, Hawaii, Christ College, Wales and Friends School, Tasmania.

The forum began with a spectacular opening ceremony of the Jinyuan Sports Festival where the Martial Art performance and the dance performance was highly appreciated. The Principals Forum was addressed by the Director Shanghai Education Commission as well as the Governor of Shanghai Putuo District. The Principals of schools all over the world spoke on the need for globalization in the field of education. Tagore International school, Vasant Vihar is already collaborating with the Jinyuan school for the exchange of not only teaching methodologies but learning is also taking place through the use of virtual classrooms. The august gathering was also a witness to a concert organized by the students of the school.

The feature that made the event special and did our school proud was that Tagore International School, vasant Vihar was privileged to be the only representative School from India invited for the forum.


On the 3rd of March, Advaya Shukla and Miheek Rao were short-listed and selected by Chinh to attend the 20th Annual Film Festival held in Cairo, Egypt.
The Film Festival is a unique initiative which exposes children to the world of film-making. The festival gets children from all over the world to judge various films and see how the children think and react to different films. On the first day of the festival, they were allotted uniforms representing the group they belonged to. Miheek represented the ‘Animation and TV Programs’ Jury, while Advaya represented the ‘Long and Short Feature films’ Jury.
They gathered at the Opera House, for the Opening Ceremony of the Film Festival. The brilliant lighting and amazing set-up left everybody on the edges of their seats for the entire show. The Opening Ceremony was hosted by three children: One speaking in Arabic, the local language, the other translating it into French, and the third, translating both to English. The three called upon the directors from different countries, participating in the Film Festival, and honoured them.
On the 11th of March, they attended the Festivals’ closing ceremony. The show was even more exciting than the Opening Ceremony. The directors were given the awards they deserved. Roadside Romeo finally did make it to the first position. Miheek and Advaya were indeed proud to be Indians that day!
After viewing so many films, and from different countries, they understood the significance of a good script and screenplay in a film.

 Jenesys Exchange Programme 2009

As part of the programme for Japan, East Asia Network of Exchange for students and youth (JENESYS) sent two students C. Sathia and Akansha Dalal from Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi on a 10 day visit to Japan. The visit included workshops and lectures by Japanese scholars and diplomats as well as the sightseeing. The highlights were the students visit to Ushiku High School and The Kamo High Schol where they interacted with other students. The program consisted of a two day home stay in the house of a Japanese ‘host’ family as well as a visit to many points of cultural interest. The programme culminated with the sharing of their collective experiences through a presentation and drew conclusions based on their observance of Japanese lifestyle and culture. The objective of the program was to strengthen Indo-Japan relationships for the future and succeeded spectacularly in this regard.