V. Chaitanya honoured at U.S.Prudential Spirit of Community Awards

V. Chaitanya of class XII D was honoured as country’s top youth volunteer during the 24th annual presentation of the U.S. Prudential Spirit of Community Awards gala on 05 May 2019. V.Chaitanya was presented with special commemorative trophy by Prudential financial chairman and CEO Charles Lowrey during the evening event. She was named  top youth volunteer by India's Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards program in April. She received awards including an all-expense-paid trip to this week’s special recognition events in Washington, D.C.

Chaitanya started “Project Drishti,” an initiative to help students with visual impairments in inclusive classrooms to reach their full potential. Her goal is to provide them accessible books, educational tools, kits and devices so they can have an equally enriching classroom experience as their peers. 

A key component of “Project Drishti” is the digitization of books for people with visual impairments. She partnered with a local nonprofit organization, Saksham, where individuals are paid to digitize school books.

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Winners of the regional round of World Scholar’s Cup
Arsh Misra , Sidharth Bhattacharjee and Syed Sameed Anwar of class XI participated in the regional round of World Scholar’s Cup held at DPS International Gurgaon on 21 and 22 April 2019.
Debate :
Arsh : 8 (Gold)
Sidharth : 26(Silver)
Sameed : 9 (Gold)
 
Essay Writing
Arsh 42 (Silver)
Sameed 32(Silver)
 
Challenge       
Arsh : 4 Gold 1 Silver
Sidharth : 2 Gold 1 Silver
Sameed :  3 Silver 1 Gold
School’s top scholar:  Arsh Mishra
 
 
 
Shaurya Choithani and Yuvraj Singh won the National level award in the Byju's School Super League

Shaurya Choithani of X B and Yuvraj Singh of VII B participated in the Byju's School Super League, a critical thinking and knowledge-based quiz. Clearing Stage 1, they moved to Stage 2 where they won the national level award in Junior and Senior category respectively.

Winners of National Cyber Olympiad for the session 2018-19

National Cyber Olympiad for the session 2018-19 was held on 20 December 2018. 

The zonal level winners are:

 

Name

School Rank

Zonal Rank

Awards

Lavanya Saha (class VI A)

1

8

Gifts worth Rs.1000/- + Medal of Distinction + certificate of distinction

Apoorv Srivastav

(class VI C)       

2

19

Certificate of Zonal Excellence +Medal & Certificate of Distinction

Rupsha Rajib Ghosh 

(class VII C)

1

11

Gifts worth Rs 1000/- + Medal & Certificate of Distinction + Certificate of Zonal Excellence

Vaibhav Bhardwaj & Asees Singh won the first runners trophy in an innovation challenge named NU innovators

Vaibhav Bhardwaj and Asees Singh of class XII D participated in an innovation challenge named NU innovators organized by NIIT University, Neemrana. Total 100 schools participated across Delhi and NCR, out of which 28 schools were shortlisted for finals.  Our school won the first runners up trophy and a memento for the innovation of static internal navigation for visually impaired. Both the participants have also been awarded with trophies.

 

Shourya B Taneja qualified for the final round  of  Mad Over Math competition

Shourya B Taneja of class XII A participated in and qualified for the final round of Mad Over Math competition, organised by the French Institute of India. Among 10 teams, his team presented their solutions and placed 3rd. He received a certificate and Sennheiser headphones.

 

 

V.Chaitanya won the gold medal at the National level in the Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards 2019

V. Chaitanya of  XII D participated in the Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards 2019. She won the gold medal at the National level in the individual category for leading the project ‘Drishti’. She was selected from among 3500 applicants from across the country through an initial written selection and a final interview round in front of an eminent jury panel. She received a gold medal, trophy, certificate from Olympic medalist Saina Nehwal and a chance to represent the country at international recognition events in Washington D.C.

 

Aks Amol Solanke received a certificate of National Championship at Dubai
Aks Amol Solanke of class VI  participated in the International Astronomy Challenge held at Dubai from 24 to 27 March 2019. He received a certificate of National Champioship. He was selected as one of the top 10 National Champions in the National Astronomy Challenge.

 

Tagoreans won 'Outstanding Performance' Award at IYFMF

7th International Young Film maker’s Festival 2018 was held on 18 & 19 December 2019 by Expressions India at Moolchand Medicity.

Our Team comprising of Jeevisha Rawat   X C, Yuvraj Sharma  XI A, Dhruv Bahri XI B, Vanshika Kathuria XI C won the award for ‘Outstanding performance’ for their movie---Success at any cost based on the theme—Substance abuse in sports.

Tagoreans shine at Zonal level Science competition

At the Zonal level Science competition organized by the Directorate of Education the following students have won prizes in different categories:

  

1. In Science seminar -- Pranav Mishra of X B won the first position

2. In Science congress  -  Avni Sharma and Jayita Diwan of XI D  secured first position

3.  For Science poster making  - Khushi Seth of V A  bagged the  first position at the zonal and  the state level

4. For Science exhibit --  Yatin kohli and Saumya Karnani  of  XI D bagged the  first position

4.  For Science slogan -Kashish Sehgal of X A secured the third position.

5. In Science toon Yash Marwah of IX A secured the third position.

 

 

 

 

School team was declared overall runners up in AWIM National Olympics

Maruti Suzuki sponsored AWIM Nationals was recently held at Chitkara University Campus on 23 December 2018. A total of 40 teams from top schools of India participated in this event.  Our Jettoy team comprising of Lal Nunkimi Hnamte , Samyata Kain and Sashreek Kumar of  VI C,  Abhilash Pradhan of VI A were  the first runner up of the  Jettoy competition and were also awarded  2 category awards for  Best Presentation and Best Aesthetics.

Our Skimmer team comprising of Soham Panda of V A, Tishya Chandok and Parantap Misra of V B and Raanya Soti of V C also won first prize in Presentation and Aesthetics.

The skimmer team was mentored by Mrs Neetu Swarnakar and the Jettoy team by Mrs Geeta Gosain and Mrs Nidhi Sood. Both the teams have also won a cash prize of  Rs. 19000 and Rs. 2000 respectively.


 
 
 
 
School team Infinite Horcruxes won 'Fastest Car' award  in F1 in schools
School team Infinite Horcruxes has won the title for 'Fastest Car' in the regionals of F1 in schools season 2 organised by Times of Sports and have qualified for the nationals out of 60 teams. The team members are Devansh Pandita , Arunav Kapoor of VII A, Aaron Ghosh, Siddharth Mehta, Achintya of VII B and Taran Saxena of VI C.
 
Know more about the team on website :- http://infinitehorcruxes.com
And also follow them on their facebook page, instagram and twitter.
 
 
 
Sarohi Sharma won the first prize in the 5th All India Virsa competition

Routes 2 Roots and Virsa organised the 5th All India Virsa inter school competition. There were 219 entries from all over India. Sarohi Sharma of  XI B won the first prize in the north India region. She also represented the school in district level solo classical dance competition and secured the first position and qualified for the state level.

Kushagra Goyal won the third position in national level Abacus competition

Kushagra Goyal of VII B participated in a national level Abacus competition organized by Kids Future club in Chandigarh and secured the third position out of 2128 participants.

 

Yatin Kohli and Soumya Karnani have qualified for the state level Science competition

The department of science and technology organised the centre level science competition in which around 20 schools per category participated  and our team comprising of Yatin Kohli of XI D and Soumya Karnani of XI A have  qualified for the state level competition under the theme "Health and Hygiene".

Vanshika Kathuria and Batul Nadeem were honoured for meritorious performance in Class X 

Madhuban Publication has been honouring students of Delhi schools for meritorious performance in  Class X  Hindi board examination. Vanshika Kathuria of XI C  scored  99 out of 100 and Batul Nadeem of XI D scored  98 out of 100 in  Hindi and have received a certificate of excellence.

V. Chaitanya and Muskaan Bhatt bagged the first prize in Harmony 2018

Project Drishti that was initiated in school by V. Chaitanya and Muskaan Bhatt of class XI, aims at providing quality education to the visually impaired students. Harmony is an annual event organized by the Global Education and Leadership Foundation which brings together students from across the country with the objective of searching for social, action-oriented leadership talent. Project Drishti was our entry for Harmony 2018. Our school bagged the firt prize among 10 other schools participating from all over the country.  V. Chaitanya and Muskaan were awarded a cheque of ₹10,000 each which they have donated for funding other school campaigns.

Sarohi Sharma secured the first position in inter district solo classical dance competition
Sarohi Sharma of XI B represented the school in  inter district solo classical dance competition and secured the first position. She has qualified for the state level competition to be held in this month.
 
Avni Sharma & Jayita Diwan secured the first position in the Central Level Children Science Congress
On 22 October 2018, The department of science and technology organized the Central Level Children Science Congress. 18 teams from 9 zones of Delhi participated in the Central Level competition wherein our team comprising of Avni Sharma and Jayita Diwan of XI D after securing the first position in the zonal level participated in the senior level category of Ecosystem and Ecosystem Services, in which their project “Seed Treatment and Water Retention” secured the first position. They have qualified for the state level competition.
School bagged IILM Young Citizen Award for Innovation and Social Impact

On 24 October 2018, V. Chaitanya , a team leader of Project Drishti which is conceptualized around providing quality education to the visually impaired, showcased the elements of the project at the IILM Young Citizen Award for Innovation & Social Impact. The project won the first prize out of 60 others that were presented by different schools from all over the country. The prize distribution ceremony took place on 24th itself at the UN House in Lodhi Estate during UN Day celebrations where Mr. Yuri Afanasiev ,the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative in India, handed over a trophy as well as a cheque of Rs. 1 lakh to V. Chaitanya.  The entire prize money has been donated by the project members back to school and will be put to use for developing more learning tools for the visually impaired and funding activities of the other We Care projects in school.

Overall Winner of Skimmer event & Jet Toy Car event at AWIM Regionals
Maruti Suzuki sponsored AWIM regionals  for the Delhi region was organised  at Maruti Suzuki Training Centre , Gurugram on 24 October 2018  .A total of 24 teams from top schools of Delhi participated in this event .
Our Jet Toy team comprising of Lal Nunkimi Hnamte , Samyata Kain , Sashreek Kumar of  VI C  and Abhilash Pradhan of  VI A were declared the overall winner of the Jet Toy competition and were also awarded 2 category awards in presentation and distance with weight round . 
Our Skimmer team comprising of Soham Panda of V A  , Tishya Chandok and Parantap Misra of  V B  and Raanya Soti of V C were  declared the overall winner of Skimmer competition and were also awarded 2 category awards in Presentation and Turning ability round . 
Both the teams will now  compete in the AWIM nationals at Chandigarh for national title in december .
The  Skimmer was guided by Mrs Neetu Swarnakar and the Jet Toy team by Mrs Geeta Gosain and Mrs Nidhi Sood .
 
 
 
 
Aditi R Rao and Kaizan Minotra secured second position in WWF quiz

The city level WWF quiz was held on 01 October 2018. More than 800 schools participated from all over Delhi, Rajasthan, Haryana  and Varanasi and took part in the written elimination round. The top five teams were called for on stage quiz round. Our team of  Aditi R Rao of VIII C and Kaizan Minotra of VI B secured second position in the final round.

Winners of Anveshan 2018 at ITIHAAS

Anveshan is an annual heritage based musical event organized by ITIHAAS.  The team of 22 students from middle school toiled tirelessly for days for the zonal as well as for the final round .Finally, on 09 August 2018 at LTG Auditorium, Mandi House our JUMBISH Choir displayed a rocking performance and won the first prize at the National level in Music category. 

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V. Chaitanya qualified for finals of Social Innovation Challenge for the Young Citizen Award

IILM University organized the Social Innovation Challenge for the Young Citizen Award for Social Impact. The preliminary round selected 60 teams out of which the presentation round at IILM university on 10 August 2018 saw the judges picking the top 15 teams based on innovation, feasibility, idea presentation,etc.  V. Chaitanya of class XI D, presented the idea behind Project Drishti, our campaign to provide quality education for the visually impaired, and was selected in the top 15. She will compete in the finals on 24 October 2018.

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Tagoreans shine at Zonal level science events organised by The Directorate of Education
The Directorate of Education organized zonal level science events in the later half of August, and we are proud to announce that we have won prizes in each category.
  • In the Children’s Science Congress held at Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya, on 27 August 2018 around 25 schools from Delhi participated and our students Avni Sharma and Jayita Diwan of XI D bagged the first prize. The topic was SEED TREATMENT AND WATER RETENTION TECHNIQUES, a research based project in which the students presented their observations and it was followed by a question answer session.
  • On 21 August 2018 the zonal level science seminar was organised,wherein around 20 schools from Delhi participated and Pranav Mishra of X B bagged the first prize, after presenting his views on the topic INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 4.0, He also qualified for the centre level seminar on 06 September 2018.
  • Directorate of Education also organized zonal level poster making and slogan writing competition. Khushi Seth of class V A represented our school for poster making. Out of over 50 entries her poster on the topic “Trees our Friends” won the first prize. In the slogan writing event Kashish Sehgal of X A wrote her slogan on the topic ”Water Crisis” and won the third prize. 
  • On 30 August 2018, the zonal level Science Exhibition was organised at SBV DELHI CANTT where around 30 schools from Delhi zone 20 participated and we secured the first position in two projects 
Assistive mobility device for visually impaired toddlers by V. Chaitanya of class XI D under the category transport and communication.
Oral hygiene by Yatin Kohli and Saumya of XI C under the topic health and hygiene. These students will be participating at the district level.
 

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Tagoreans won the first prize in Shanghai International youth Science and Technology Expo 2018[SIYST)

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 19-26 July 2018 at Shanghai, China.

We were indeed proud to be the only school representing India at this expo. Among the 254 participants from13 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 , Ansh Matta, Aditya Sharma, and Anisha Arya who worked under the guidance of Ruby ma’am, Gauri ma’am

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

Even our teachers were no way behind. Gauri Sen Ma’am was awarded a prize for her presentation titled: Innovation in education using technology.

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