For Class IV & V

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/153                                                                                                                
February 2019 

Dear Parent,

Inside the classroom, a student gets to learn about new concepts and discuss new ideas, while outside the classroom, a student explores and experiences. With this thought, the school is organizing an educational visit for your ward to the National Science Centre at Pragati Maidan on Wednesday, 20 February 2019 within the school hours.  She / he will be accompanied by the concerned teachers. If you want your ward to be a part of this visit, kindly submit the consent form to the class teacher by Tuesday, 19 February 2019.

Please ensure that your ward reports to school in proper school uniform and carries the school identity card.

 

Regards
Shruti Sharma
Jr. School Academic Coordinator  

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CONSENT FORM

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/153                                                                                                                                                

February 2019

I, ________________________ parent of __________________________, studying in class / sec. ____________ agree / not agree to send my ward for the educational visit to the National Science Centre at Pragati Maidan on Wednesday, 20 February 2019

________________________________________                                                                                                     __________

SIGNATURE OF THE PARENT / GUARDIAN                                                                                                                  DATE

 

Name: _________________________________                                                                        Contact No: ______________________________

 

 

                               CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES NURSERY & K.G.                      

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/152                                                                                                                          
February 2019

 

Dear Parent,

 

Kindly note that the Rocksport night camp to be held on Saturday, 16 and Sunday, 17 February 2019 has been rescheduled due to bad weather. The camp will now be held as a day camp on Sunday, 24 February 2019. The timings will be from 9.00am to 6.00pm. The cost for the day camp will be ₹700. Please note the following:

 

  • If you have already paid earlier and would like your ward to attend the camp, then fill and submit the consent form to the class teacher. The balance amount of ₹550 will be refunded to you shortly.
  • In case, your ward is unable to attend the day camp, then the entire amount of ₹1250/- will be refunded.
  • If your ward was not attending the night camp earlier but would like to attend the day camp, then fill the consent form and submit it along with the camp fee to the class teacher latest by Tuesday, 19 February 2019.

 

 

(Nikita Tomar Mann)
PRINCIPAL

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CONSENT FORM

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/152                                                                                                                            
February 2019
 

 

I __________________________________father/mother of ____________________________ studying                                       in class _______ Sec _____ would like my ward to attend/ not attend the day camp on Sunday, 24 February 2019. I am sure that the school will take full care and all precautions to safeguard my ward. I indemnify the school authorities from all responsibility in case of any natural or unavoidable mishap at the venue. My ward is physically fit and will be able to participate in all the structured activities.

 

Parent’s Signature                            :          ___________________________________________________________________

 

Father’s contact number (mobile)      :        ___________________________________________________________________ 

 

Mother’s contact number (mobile)     :       ___________________________________________________________________

 

Emergency contact number (mobile) :      ___________________________________________________________________

 

 

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/151                                                                                                                     

February 2019

           

Dear Parents,

Refer to DOE circular No.F DE.23 (386)/Sch. Br./2019//8 61, Dated: 17 Jan.’2019. The Government of India has launched an intensive deworming outreach programme. This mass-based deworming programme for children of school age will reduce the harm caused by parasitic worm infections in millions of children in India. 

On Friday, 08 February 2019, the National Deworming Day, the government will provide the deworming medicine “Albendazole” to schools. This is to be administered to the students in the school the same day. Students who are unwell and / or on any other medication will not be administered this medicine in school.

Although this medicine is safe for children, some children may experience side effects like dizziness, nausea, headache and vomiting. This is due to the passage of the worms in the intestines in response to the medicine. These symptoms tend to pass over a short period of time. However, in case there is any adverse reaction, we have been told to take the student to the nearest government hospital. This is, however, entirely a government initiative and the school will not be responsible for any adverse effects resulting from administration of the medicine.

In case you want your ward to receive this medicine in school, please send us the consent slip, latest by tomorrow, Thursday, 07 February 2019 expressing the same.

 

(Nikita Tomar Mann)

PRINCIPAL

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CONSENT - SLIP

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/151                                                                                                                     

February 2019

 

I give my consent to administer the deworming medicine “Albendazole” to my ward.

 

I would like to inform you that my ward is suffering from __________________________________ illness and is on the following medication;

  1. _________________________________________________________________________________________________
  2. _________________________________________________________________________________________________
  3. _________________________________________________________________________________________________

I understand that the school is only mediating and shall not be held responsible for any adverse effect consequent to this vaccination. 

Student’s Name: _____________________________ Class & Section: ______________ Gender: _______________

Father’s/Mother’s Name:  _________________________________________________________________________                                            

Signature: _________________________________________________ Date: ______________________________

 

 
CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES NURSERY TO VIII
ADVISORY ON H1N1 VIRUS – SWINE FLU
TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/148                                                                                                                     
January 2019

                     

Dear Parents,

 

With the reported surge in swine flu cases in Delhi NCR, it is essential that awareness be raised for its prevention, especially among school children who are vulnerable and run the risk of contracting the disease quickly.

SYMPTOMS

The symptoms of Swine Flu mimic those of an ordinary flu.

  • Fever & Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Runny or Stuffy Nose
  • Difficulty in Breathing
  • Other symptoms may include Body Ache, Headache, Fatigue, Chills, Diarrhoea and Vomiting and Blood Stained Sputum

MODE OF TRANSMISSION

Swine flu is contagious and is spread through saliva and mucus particles. It is spread through;     

  • Sneezing
  • Coughing
  • Touching a germ-covered surface( telephone, cell phones, computers, door handles, door bells, pens, toys etc)and then touching one's eyes or nose
  • Close contact with an infected person ( hand shake, hug, kiss )

PRECAUTIONS

It is advised to take the following precautions to help prevent the spread of swine flu and other viruses:

Stay Home

  • If a child is suffering from fever, cough & cold or have any flu-like symptoms, do not send children to school or to play in the parks etc
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Children suffering from any chest & breathing problems like asthma should completely avoid excessive much physical activity like running, dancing etc.

Coughing

Instruct children to cover their mouth and nose with a tissue/handkerchief when coughing or sneezing.

Wash Hands Frequently

  • Wash hands constantly to avoid infection.
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose or mouth. Germs are often spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches his or her eyes, nose or mouth.
  • All children must carry a bottle of SANITIZER in their bags. Please teach them its use and the reason why it is important. Anything touched may be affected, so keeping hands clean will help.

Good Habits

Practice other good health habits which will keep us strong and more resistant to diseases

  • Getting plenty of sleep
  • Staying physically active
  • Drinking plenty of fluids
  • Eating nutritious food

Crowded Places.

Avoid group activities and crowded public places.

 

Let me assure you that the health and well-being of our students is our top priority.  The school is already undertaking regular sanitization and fumigation.  We do not wish to cause panic but we need to be aware & take all possible measures to protect our children. We seek your co-operation in these efforts to safeguard the health of all students.

 

(Nikita Tomar Mann)
PRINCIPAL

 

 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES VI TO VIII

 

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/145                                                                                                                     
February 2019

 

Dear Parents,

                           FINAL EXAMINATION  DATE SHEET MARCH – 2019

 

 Date

VI

VII

VIII 

Fri. 01 March’19

Math

Science

S.Science

Tue.  05  March’19

Science

S.Science

Math

Fri. 08 March’19

English

Hindi

English

Mon. 11 March’19

Hindi

English

Hindi

Wed. 13  March’19

S.Science

Math

Science

 

  1. The final examination of Classes VI to VIII will be held from 01 March’19 till Wed. 13 March’19. Syllabus will be available on the school website www.tagoreint.com w.e.f. Fri.01 Feb.’19.
  2. Timings for the examination will be from 8 am to 11:30 am. School buses will leave school at 11:45 am every day during the examination. If a class has NO examination on a  particular day, the students do not need to come to   school.
  3. Students will have -
  • Sanskrit /Mandarin/ French Final Exam on : Mon. 25 February 2019
  • Preparatory leave from Tue. 26 February 2019.
  1. There must be no communication between students in writing, speech or gesture once they enter the examination room. A student who resorts to any kind of malpractice during the examination will be awarded ZERO for that particular subject and will be suspended from appearing in the rest of the papers. NO request will be entertained for showing any leniency regarding such cases.
  2. BRINGING MOBILE PHONES TO SCHOOL DURING THE EXAMINATIONS IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED FOR ALL STUDENTS.
  3. As per the new examination guidelines issued by CBSE, possession of mobile phones, calculators, written material books, small watches, notes etc will be considered as an attempt to cheat  and will result in  strict action being taken against the erring student.
  1. Students must not write anything on the question paper except for their name and roll number. No rough work  or calculation should be done on the question paper. Any violation of this rule will result in strict  action.
  2. Library books should be returned and all FEE DUES to be cleared latest by Fri. 08 Feb.’19.
  1. THE NEW ACA FROM WEDNESDAY, 03 APRIL 2019.

 

The Report Cards of Classes VI to VIII will be given TO THE PARENTS ONLY on Monday, 25 March’19 between 8 am and 10 am.   In case the parents cannot collect the Report Card on the scheduled date, they can collect it only ON THURSDAY, 28 March’19 from the  school office between  8 am and 10 am.

 

 

“There is no elevator to success. You have to take the stairs”.

Unknown

(N.Saroj)

DEAN – ACADEMICS

 

                FINAL EXAMINATION DATE SHEET– FEBRUARY 2019

Day & Date

Class & Section

IX

XI A

XI  B

XI C / XI D

19 Feb’19  (Tue.)

S.Science

Math

Psychology/ Geog

Math / Psych.

21  Feb’19 (Thurs.)

Hindi / Fr./ Sans.

Business Studies

Pol. Science

Physics

23 Feb’19  (Sat.)

Science

English

English

English

25 Feb’19  (Mon.)

Math

Economics

Eco./H.Sc.

Eco./C.Sc./Bio.

27 Feb’19  (Wed.)

English

Accountancy

History/ Painting

Chemistry

  1. There will be regular school till Friday 08 Feb. 2019 and attendance is compulsory till then. The students will have preparatory leave from Sat. 09 Feb. 2019 till the exams begin on Tues.19 Feb. 2019.
  2. The timings of examination will be from 8:00 a.m. till 11:30 a.m. The students can use the school buses to go home on the days of the examination at 11:45 am. The practical examination schedule will be put up in the classes.
  3. The syllabus for the examination will be available on the school website www.tagoreint.com w.e.f. Mon. 21 Jan. 2018.
  4. Library books should be returned and all FEE DUES to be cleared latest by Thurs. 31 Jan. 2019.
  5. There must be no communication between students in writing, speech or gesture once they enter the examination room. A student who resorts to any kind of malpractice during the examination will be awarded ZERO for that particular subject and will be suspended from appearing in rest of the papers. NO request for showing any leniency in such cases, will be entertained.
  6. BRINGING MOBILE PHONES TO SCHOOL DURING THE EXAMINATIONS IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED FOR ALL STUDENTS.
  7. As per the new examination guidelines issued by CBSE, possession of mobile phones, smart watches calculators, written material, books, notes etc will be considered as an attempt to cheat and will result in strict action being taken against the erring student.
  8. Students must not write anything on the question paper except their name and roll number. No rough work or calculation should be done on the question paper. Any violation of this rule will result in strict action.
  9. The Report Cards of Classes IX & XI will be given to the parents on Sat. 09 March 2019 between 8 am and10 am.
  10. If the report card is not collected on the mentioned date, the student will NOT be allowed to attend Classes X & XII scheduled from Mon. 11 March 2019 to Tues. 26 March 2019.  Attendance is  compulsory on these days. 

      The teaching schedule for Classes X & XII will be given with the Report Cards.

 “If you are going to doubt something, doubt your limits”.

 

(N.Saroj)
DEAN – ACADEMICS
 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASS X

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/132                                                                                                            
January ’19

Dear Parents,

Students of Class X are going to appear in the Board Examination in the month of March. We are sure they would have drawn up a final revision schedule to perform well in their assessments.  We take this opportunity to wish each one the best in their endeavour. Their hard work and perseverance will definitely be rewarded.

Soon after Class X assessments, all students will choose their stream for class XI and take the first step towards their dream career. It is imperative that, as parents, you give due importance to your ward’s academic performance while advising her/him about the stream she/he chooses. The student’s performance throughout the year and her / his aptitude, as observed by the teachers over the years, will be the deciding factors.

The list of streams and subjects allotted will be displayed on Friday, 05 April 2019. Students will be allowed to change their stream after the Examination result in May 2019, provided they score the marks required for the stream they want to opt for. The students should register themselves for class XI by Thursday, 11 April 2019. The session for class XI will begin from Monday, 15 April 2019.

Marks required for stream allocation in class X have already been intimated earlier through circular no - TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/035  dated May’18.  For your quick review the criteria is mentioned below:

 

Marks requirement for stream allocation:

 

Stream

Science

Commerce

Humanities ( for opting for Psychology & Economics only)

Requirement

English: 75%

English: 75%

English : 70%

Mathematics :75%

Mathematics: 70%

Mathematics : 60%

Science: 75%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The stream / subject choices are mentioned below:

S. No.

SCIENCE

COMMERCE

HUMANITIES

1.

ENGLISH CORE

ENGLISH CORE

ENGLISH CORE

2.

PHYSICS

ACCOUNTANCY

HISTORY / PAINTING

3.

CHEMISTRY

BUSINESS STUDIES

POLITICAL SCIENCE

4.

BIO / ECO / COMP SC.

ECONOMICS

ECONOMICS / HOME SCIENCE

5.

MATHEMATICS/ PSYCHOLOGY

MATHEMATICS

GEOGRAPHY / PSYCHOLOGY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please note: English Core is compulsory for all streams. Mathematics is mandatory for students opting for        Economics / Computer Science. Due to limited seats, Economics/ Psychology / Home Science will be offered on first come first served basis at the time of registration.

 

You are requested to fill the details, in order of preference, of the stream and the subjects that your ward would like to opt for in class XI and send this slip back to the class teacher by THURSDAY, 24 JANUARY 2019.

 

(Nikita Tomar Mann)
PRINCIPAL

 

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SUBJECT CHOICE SLIP

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/132                                                                                                            
January ’19

 

Name of the Student           :  ______________________________________________________                

 

Class                                   : ______________________________________________________

 

             OPTION 1                                                                                                       OPTION 2

 

STREAM: ___________________________                                               STREAM: _________________________

SUBJECTS:                                                                                                           SUBJECTS:

1. _______________________                                                                       1. ________________________

2. _______________________                                                                        2. ________________________

3. _______________________                                                                        3. ________________________

4. _______________________                                                                        4. ________________________

5. _______________________                                                                        5. ________________________

 

          ______________________________                                                                                _____________________

         SIGNATURE OF PARENT/GUARDIAN                                                                                             DATE

 

 
TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/131                                                                                                                      
January ’19

 

Dear Parent,

As your ward completes Middle School and enters Senior School, she/he has to study five subjects in Classes IX and X.  These are as follows: -

           a)  English                                    b)    Hindi / French / Sanskrit  

          c)   Mathematics                            d)   Science

          e)   Social Science 

English is the first language and is compulsory for all students. For the second language to be studied in Classes IX& X, each student has to opt for ONE language out of the three choices given above. 

Students who have studied Sanskrit upto class VIII are eligible to opt for either Sanskrit or Hindi. Similarly, French students have a choice between French and Hindi. Students who have studied Mandarin will HAVE to opt for Hindi, since Mandarin is not offered by CBSE at class IX level. 

Please be very sure of the language your ward wOULD like to study as no change of subject will be POSSIBLE AT a later date.  the sectionS in class IX will be allotted according to THE students’ preference of second language. 

You are requested to fill up the details below and return the form to the class teacher by Friday, 01 February 2019.

 

(Nikita Tomar Mann)
PRINCIPAL

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SUBJECT DETAIL SLIP

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/131                                                                                                            
January ’19

 

  • Name of the student             :   __________________________________________________________
  • Class & Section                    :   __________________________________________________________
  • 2nd Language preference     :   __________________________________________________________
  • Sign of Parent                      :   __________________________________________________________
  • Date                                     :   __________________________________________________________
 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASS V

 

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/130                                                                                                            

January ’19

Dear Parent,

As per CBSE guidelines, each student in classes VI to VIII is required to study THREE languages.  English is the first language and is compulsory for all. Hindi is the second language and is compulsory for Indian students. However, the nationals of other countries are exempted from studying Hindi. 

The school offers Mandarin, French and Sanskrit as options for the third language.  All students have to opt for any ONE of the three. They have to be certain of their choice as they have to study the same language for the next three years and no change at a later date or class will be possible. A student will require to score a minimum of D grade in the final assessment of the third language to be eligible for promotion to the next class.

Since there are limited seats in the Mandarin and French sections, the students will be allowed to opt for Mandarin or French on the basis of their grades in English in class V.  The students should get a minimum of B1 in each skill area of English to be eligible to study these languages.

You are requested to state your order of preference for the third language in the consent slip given below and submit it to the class teacher by Friday, 01 February 2019.  Please keep in mind your wards’ performance in English while opting for the third language.

 

 

(Nikita Tomar Mann)

PRINCIPAL

 

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SUBJECT DETAIL SLIP

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/130                                                                                                            

January ’19

 

  • Name of the student    :    ______________________________________________________
  • Class & Section           :   _______________________________________________________
  • 3rd Language preference : 
    • First Option -       ________________________________________
    • Second Option -  ________________________________________
    • Third Option -      ________________________________________
  • Sign of Parent           :   ________________________________________________________

 

 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES VI TO XI

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/127                                                                                                            

December ’18

 

Dear Parent

“ The best education I have ever received was through travel”-Lisa Ling

As we endeavour to broaden the horizons of our students through travel, we have planned a trip to Kennedy Space Center, NASA to promote the study of Math, Science and Technology along with a dose of cross cultural and historical initiation through a visit to New York and Niagara.

This 11 days educational trip to the USA allows the students to discover, experience and explore the essentials of the East coast, giving an insight of the nation.  With great learning objectives and amazing fun, the tour encompasses Space programme along with breath taking sight seeing opportunities.

The all inclusive cost of the trip would be ₹2,30,000/- (Air Fare , USA visa fee ,lodging and boarding, sightseeing, entry tickets, meals and transfers as per the itinerary). The trip is tentatively planned in the last week of May 2019 or the first week of June 2019.

If you are interested in sending your ward for the experience, you are requested to send an initial confirmation through the attached consent slip along with the first instalment of ₹1,000,00/- (One Lakh only) by Friday, 21 December 2018. The second instalment of ₹1,30,000/- will have to be paid by Monday, 21 January 2019.  The cheque has to be made in favour of ‘Astro Tourism India Pvt. Ltd.’.

 

(Nikita Tomar Mann)

     PRINCIPAL

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CONSENT – SLIP

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/127                                                                                                            

December ’18

 

I, parent / guardian of __________________________________________ of class ________ would like my ward to participate in the NASA (USA) trip in the summer of 2019.

 

__________________________                                                ________________________________                                 _________________    

 Name of the Parent/Guardian                                                    Signature of the Parent/Guardian                                                  Date

 

 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES VII, VIII, IX & X

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/111                                                                                                              

November ’18           

 

Dear Parents,

Our school has been conducting student exchange programs with students in France. These were well appreciated by parents and students alike as these programs are a rich learning experience for the students. This year too, we are organising an Educational and Cultural Exchange program with our partner school, College Marias Casares, in Lyon, France from 1st May to 10thMay  2019.

Our students will stay with a host family so that they can learn about their culture in the true sense. They will participate in various activities and explore the cities of Lyon and Paris. The students will correspond with their French hosts beforehand over skype and will host these students on their visit to India in April 2020. The trip includes a two-day visit to Paris, as well as, a day visit to the Alps city of Grenoble. Security of our students will be strictly monitored at all times and the host families will be carefully chosen.

The total cost of this program is ₹1,40,000/-(One lakh forty thousand only) , which includes :

  1. Air Ticket
  2. Travel insurance cover
  3. Public transport in France
  4. All meals
  5. Visa fees
  6. Hotel stay in Paris
  7. Entry tickets to all monuments.

In case you would like your ward to participate in this program, kindly send the consent slip by Tuesday, 27th  Nov.’18.  Your ward’s valid passport as well as the first installment of ₹70,000 will be required to be deposited by Monday,10th December 2018, to the French teacher. The cheques should be made in the name of          Frehindi Education (P) Ltd.

 

(Nikita Tomar Mann)
    PRINCIPAL

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CONSENT FORM

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/111                                                                                                              

November ’18           

 

Parents who are interested in sending their ward to Lyon, France for the Student Exchange programme are requested to fill up the consent form given below along with the valid passport of the child, to the French teacher,  Ms.Niela Hariharan.

Name of Participant: ____________________________________________Class_____________Sec___________
 
Date of Birth               : ________________________________Valid Passport No._____________________________
  
Mother’s Name          : ________________________________Phone No.____________________________________
 
Mother’s Email ID   :  ________________________________Mother’s Signature______________________________
 
Father’s Name        :  ________________________________Phone No. ___________________________________
Father’s Email ID    : ________________________________ Father’s Signature______________________________

 

To confirm your ward’s travel to France, you are requested to send ₹70,000/- (half of ₹1,40,000/-) by cheque or cash by _____________________________.

  • Please tick the correct box :                cheque        ___________       cash   ______________                     
  • In case of cheque, please write name of ward, class with section at the back of the cheque.
  • The cheque should be made in favour of ‘Frehindi Education (P) Ltd ‘.
 

          CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES I TO XII

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/091                                                                                                         

September’18      

Dear Parent

Technology has become an inseparable part of our lives. Children of today have access to a variety of online games. With the increase in internet and mobile usage by children, online games addiction has become more prominent.

We want to make you aware about online games like Fortnite, Momo Challenge and many others. These are highly addictive and continuous exposure to such games is hampering the children’s mental development. It is leading to an increase in aggressive behavior, which can be fatal, and decrease in the level of their pro-social interactions.

The Momo challenge consists of a variety of self-harming dares, which become increasingly risky as the game progresses and finally culminates in a suicide challenge. The game involves challenges that encourage teenagers/children /and any other user to engage in a series of violent acts.

Fortnite is a free-to-play online game where up to a hundred players can play at one time. Players are asked to scavenge supplies, build structures and find weapons to eliminate each other, until one person is left. Players can play alone or in teams, and can opt for audio chat with their teammates who, most of the time, are strangers.

We request you to talk to your ward about responsible use of the internet and about cyber security. Keeping a constant check on their internet usage and online activities will ensure that they are not falling prey to such games.

To learn more about this, please visit the link below:

http://cbseacademic.nic.in/web_material/Circulars/2018/32_Circular_2018.pdf

 

 

 

Ms. N. Saroj

DEAN – ACADEMICS

 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES NURSERY TO X             

 

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/074                                                                                                     
August’18 

 

Dear Parent,

This is with reference to the ban on the use of steel/ metal water bottles in the school. It is a well thought of decision, taken due to multiple incidents of injuries incurred by students due to these bottles. We hope you will understand and appreciate that the decision was taken to ensure the safety of majority of the students. The health concerns, which may arise due to the usage of plastic water bottles, were discussed with various groups of parents. After a market survey, it was found that there is an array of high grade BPA free water bottles easily available which are not harmful. Also, the school provides safe and cold drinking water in the water coolers, throughout the day. The students can drink water or fill their bottles whenever they feel the need.

We solicit your support and cooperation to make the school premises safe for all.

 

Ms. Rina Singh
PRINCIPAL
 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES III TO XII

 

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/071                                                                                                                   
August’18 

                

Dear Parents

The Science Olympiad Foundation is organizing the National Cyber Olympiad for students of classes III to XII on Thursday,20 December 2018.This Olympiad is OPTIONAL and students will be tested on:

  • Section I           :  Logical and Analytical Reasoning
  • Section II          :  Computer and Information Technology
  • Section III         :  Achievers Section

Participation fee:  ₹150/-

 

Classes

Reasoning Book Fee

(OPTIONAL)

Work Book Fee

(OPTIONAL)

III – V

₹110/-

₹60/-

VI - X

₹150/-

₹60/-

 

For sample papers please visit the following link –
http://www.sofworld.org/nco/nco-exam/sample-papers.html
 
For Exam syllabus please visit the following link –
http://www.sofworld.org/nco/about-nco-exam/nco-exam-syllabus.html

 

Interested students have to register and deposit the fee with their respective computer teachers.  The last date for depositing fee is Tuesday, 14 August 2018.

 

(Rina Singh)
PRINCIPAL

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CONSENT SLIP

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/071                                                                                                            
August’18 

 

I _______________________________ father/guardian of __________________________ of Class ___ Sec ___ give consent for my ward’s participation in the National Cyber Olympiad to be held on Thursday, 20 December 2018. I am sending `__________ for (please tick the appropriate option):

Participation fee

 

Work book fee      

 

Reasoning book fee

 

__________________________                                                                                                         _____________________

(Sign. of Parent/Guardian)                                                                                                                                 (Date)

 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES NURSERY- X

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/068                                                                                                                        
July’18 

Dear Parent,

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. All these metal bottles, if brought to school, will be confiscated. Kindly arrange for an appropriate water bottle for your ward so that the campus continues to be a joyful place for the students.

 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASS XII

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/057                                                                                                                                                                          
July’18

Dear Parents

This is to bring to your notice that CBSE has introduced Health and Physical Education (HPE) in the Senior Secondary School Curriculum. It has four key areas for which the students will have to maintain a portfolio with evidence of participation and achievements.

The key areas of the programme along with the allocated marks are as follows:

Strand 1

Games/ Sports

50 marks

Strand 2

Health & Fitness

25 marks

Strand 3

SEWA

Social Empowerment through

Work Education and Action

25 marks

Strand 4

Health and Physical Record

No marks – only for record purpose 

Please note that the grades obtained by a student in the above mentioned areas will be reflected in their CBSE Board mark sheet. It is imperative for the students to take Health and Physical Education seriously.

For the SEWA activity, students need to join an NGO and do social work for 25 hours. This has to be done by the students on their own.  The students will need to submit their certificate of social work by Monday 14 January 2019. 

A suggested list of NGOs / institutions where social work can be done,is given below.  Students need to contact them.

National Association for the  Blind

Sector V, R.K.Puram

Contact: Mr. Ashok Bhattacharaya

Tel: 26176379, 26102944 Extn:102

Timings: Monday to Saturday, 9 am to 2 pm

Muskaan

Sector B, Pocket 11, Vasant Kunj

( For vocation section, Mrs. Sakle)

Phone number: 41761873/41761874

Four Steps

B 35, Kailash Colony

Contact:Kangan Raul 886030367

No. 29245609

Helpage India

C14,

Qutub Institutional Area

No. 42030452, 42030400

Udayan Care

Sant Nagar (near East of Kailash), Mayur Vihar, M.G. Road, Sultanpur

Contact: Poonam Bagai, Tel: 9810509654

Nai Disha

Vocational School for Mentally Challenged

C-10/8 , Vasant Vihar (behind C Block market)

Contact: Principal

Disha

E 126, G K II,

Contact: Mr. Mukherjee, Tel:29217118,292015689

Akshay Pratishthan

D3, VasantKunj

Contact: Principal

Masoom

Dairy No.3, Lucknow Road,

Timarpur

No. 23714870?23320785

Khushi

Vasant Kunj B Block ( office)

Centre at SangamVihar , Sainik farms

Contact: Sanjana, Manya or Geeta, Tel: 32997227/18

CRY

It is offering an online volunteering programme.  They require a minimum of 15 hours of virtual volunteering and 4-5 hours of field work. 

Contact: Veronica, Tel: 9873020152 , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

(Rina Singh)

PRINCIPAL

 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASS XI

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/056                                                                                                                                                                         
 July’18

Dear Parents

This is to bring to your notice that CBSE has introduced Health and Physical Education in the Senior Secondary School Curriculum. There are four key areas for which a student will have to maintain a portfolio with evidence of participation and achievements in each.

The areas of the programme along with the allocated marks are as follows:

Strand 1

Games/ Sports

50 marks

Strand 2

Health & Fitness

25 marks

Strand 3

SEWA

Social Empowerment through

Work Education and Action

25 marks

Strand 4

Health and Physical Record

No marks – only for record purpose 

Please note that the grades obtained by a student in the above-mentioned areas will be reflected in their report card. It is imperative for the students to take Health and Physical education seriously.

For the SEWA program, students have to choose one activity from the following Skill Development Clubs.

  1. DEBSOC (Debate)
  2. PYROTECH (Computer)
  3. ART SOCIETY (Art and Culture)
  4. ECO CLUB (Environmental issues)
  5. PHOTOGRAPHY
  6. TAGOREAN AWARENESS SOCIETY ( Cleanliness program)
  7. PEER MENTORING
  8. SAFETY PROJECT

Your ward has to select any one of the above activities and inform the class teacher.

 
(Rina Singh)
PRINCIPAL
 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES IX AND X       

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/055                                                                                                                                                                          
July’18

 

Dear Parents

We would like to inform you that CBSE has introduced a new component, Health and Physical Education (HPE), in the Secondary and Senior Secondary school curriculum. The HPE has four essential key areas, the details of which are being shared below:

Strand 1

Games/ Sports

50 marks

Strand 2

Health & Fitness

25 marks

Strand 3

SEWA

Social Empowerment through

Work Education and Action

25 marks

Strand 4

Health and Physical Record

No marks – only for record purpose 

Each student will be do an NSS activity as a part of the SEWA program. The students need to maintain a portfolio with evidence of participation and achievements in each of the above.

Please note that the grades obtained by a student in the above-mentioned areas will be reflected in their CBSE Board mark sheet.

We would like you to encourage your ward to take the chosen activity seriously.

(Rina Singh)
PRINCIPAL

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Acknowledgement slip

 

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/055                                                                                                                                                                          
July’18

 

I __________________________________ Parent / Guardian of _____________________________________of  Class ________________ have read the given information regarding Health and Physical Education (HPE) in the Secondary and Senior Secondary school curriculum

Parent’s Signature:  ________________________________                                               Date:  ______________________________________

 

                CIRCULAR FOR CLASS XI

 

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/042                                                                                                                                       
July’18

Dear Parent,

We sincerely hope that your ward has settled in Class XI and is comfortable with the stream/ subject(s) that she/he has opted for. We would like to inform you that no change in stream/ subject(s) will be allowed after Fri. 27 July 2018. As per CBSE guidelines your ward has to study the same subjects for two years. Therefore, no request for change will be entertained after the above mentioned date.

It has been observed that there is a drastic drop in students’ academic performance in class XI. Students tend to take academics lightly in class XI, which not only affects their grades, but also impacts their class XII result. Class XI result is equally important, if your ward is applying for admission to universities abroad.

We would like to advise you to guide your ward about the importance of academic grades in class XI so that she/he does not face disappointment at the end of the session.

For a student to be eligible for promotion to class XII:

  1. She / he must secure a minimum of 33% in each of the five subjects. In case of subjects involving practical work, she / he must obtain 33% marks in theory and 33% in practical separately.
  1. It is mandatory for a student to pass in English for promotion to the next class. If she/he scores less than 33% in English, she/he will be detained in class XI.
  1. If she / he scores less than 33% in one subject, it will be considered as ‘compartment’. The student will have to write the ‘compartment’ exam within two weeks of declaration of the result and score above 33% for promotion to the next class.
  1. If she / he scores less than 33% in two or more subjects, she/he will be detained in class XI.
  1. If she / he opts for a sixth subject, it is mandatory for the student to secure 33% marks in Half Yearly and the Final examinations to continue with that subject in Class XII.

NO REQUEST FOR PROMOTION TO CLASS XII WILL BE ENTERTAINED AT THE END OF THE YEAR IF THE ABOVE CRITERIA IS NOT MET.

Please note that there is an orientation session scheduled for parents and students on Saturday 21 July 2018 at 9 am to explain the academic system to you.  It is mandatory for you to attend the orientation.  Please be punctual

(Rina Singh)

PRINCIPAL

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Acknowledgement slip

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/042                                                                                                                                                              
July’18

 I ____________________________________________ Parent / Guardian of ______________________________________of Class ________________ have read the given information regarding stream / subject choice, pass criteria, examination and SEWA activity .

 

Parent’s Signature:  _________________________________________                         Date:  ______________________________________

 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASS X

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/035                                                                                                                                    
May’18

  Dear Parents,

  With the introduction of  the Board Examination in Class X by CBSE, there are changes in the academic structure of class X. The new assessment structure is as follows –

  1. Examination
  • Following assessments will be carried out throughout the session as per the given schedule

ASSESSMENT

MARKS

MONTH

Periodic test 1

40

July - August

Mid Term Examination

80

September

First Pre- Board Examination

80

November

Second Pre- Board Examination

80

December-January

Board Examination

80

March

 

  • The student has to appear for EACH of the periodic tests, Mid Term Examination, Pre-Board Examinations and Board Examination.
  • Calculation of marks will be based on the following:

First Term

Weightage

Internal Assessment:

1. Periodic Test -1 (40 marks reduced to 10 Marks)

2. Notebook Submission (5 Marks)

3. Subject Enrichment Activity (5 Marks)

20 Marks

Mid Term Examination

80 Marks

Total

100 Marks

Final Term

Weightage

Internal Assessment:

1. Periodic Test -1 (10 marks- average of the best two – i.e. two periodic tests & mid term exam)

2. Notebook Submission (5 Marks- average of both terms)

3. Subject Enrichment Activity (5 Marks- average  of both terms)

20 Marks

Board  Examination

80 Marks

Total

100 Marks


It has been observed that students take their Internal Assessment lightly and do not participate in subject  enrichment activities or submit assignments on time. We would like to inform you that Internal Assessment has a direct impact on the Final Result of your ward. School will be sending internal  assessment marks of final   term to CBSE.

  • First and Second Pre-Board Examinations & Board Examination will be based on the complete syllabus of class X.
  • If a student misses any test/ examination she/he will be awarded ZERO marks for the same.
  • NO RETEST will be allowed, under any circumstances, except if the student is representing the school in a co-curricular activity.
  1. Pass Criteria
  • In order to be declared as having passed class X Examination, a student must obtain a minimum of 33% marks in Internal Assessment and the Board Examination separately and  in each of the five subjects Individually.
  • If a student scores less than 33% in one subject, it will be considered as compartment, and she/he will have to write the compartment exam and score above 33% in it for promotion to class XI.
  • If a student scores less than 33% in two or more subjects, she/he will be considered detained in class X.
  • A printed performance profile will be given after the Mid-term and Pre Board Examinations. It will reflect the marks and grades scored by the student in internal assessments and the term examinations.
  • The final performance profile will be issued by CBSE in May 2019.

   3. Co-Scholastic Assessment

Co-Scholastic assessment will be based on a five point grading scale which will include Work education, Art education, Health and Physical education. Grading will not have any descriptive indicators and students will not be upgraded in Scholastic subjects based on the Co-Scholastic grades.

4. Discipline

      This will be assessed along with Co-Scholastic assessment on a five point grading scale based on attendance, sincerity, behaviour and values.

5. Stream Allocation Criteria in Class XI

In class XI factors deciding the allotment of stream and subject will be the students’ academic performance in the written test in Mid -Term and Pre-Board Examinations in Class X, and their individual preferences. It is imperative that, as parents, you give due importance to your ward’s academic performance throughout the year so that she/he qualifies for the stream she/ he aspires for. The students are allowed to change their stream after class X examination results in May, provided they score the percentage/marks required for their opted stream.

The subject options in the three streams are as follows:-

S. No.

SCIENCE

COMMERCE

HUMANITIES

1.

ENGLISH CORE

ENGLISH CORE

ENGLISH CORE

2.

PHYSICS

ACCOUNTANCY

HISTORY / PAINTING

3.

CHEMISTRY

BUSINESS STUDIES

POLITICAL SCIENCE

4.

BIO / ECO / COMP SC.

ECONOMICS

ECONOMICS / HOME SCIENCE

5.

MATHEMATICS/ PSYCHOLOGY

MATHEMATICS

GEOGRAPHY / PSYCHOLOGY

Please note: English Core is compulsory for all streams. In Science stream, if a student opts for either Economics or Computer Science as the fourth subject, she/he has to study Mathematics compulsorily as the fifth subject .Economics/ Psychology/ H.Sc. will be offered on first come first served basis at the time of registration, due to limited seats.

     

 Marks requirement for stream allocation:

Stream

Science

Commerce

Humanities ( for opting for Psychology and Economics only)

Requirement

English: 75%

English: 75%

English : 70%

Mathematics :75%,

Mathematics: 70%

Mathematics : 60%

Science: 75%

   

 

 
(RINA SINGH)
PRINCIPAL

 

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Acknowledgement slip

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/035                                                                                                                               
May’18

 I __________________________________ Parent / Guardian of ______________________________________of  Class ________________ have read the given information regarding pass criteria, periodic test, examination and subject / stream allocation.

Parent’s Signature:  ___________________________                                                  Date:  ______________________________________

 

 

            CIRCULAR FOR CLASS IX

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/034                                                                                                                               
May’18

Dear Parents,

With the introduction of  the Board Examination in Class X by CBSE, there are changes in the academic structure of class IX. The new assessment structure is as follows –

  1. Examination
  • Following assessments will be carried out throughout the session as per the given schedule

ASSESSMENT

MARKS

MONTH

Periodic test 1

40

July - August

Mid Term Examination

80

September

Periodic test 2

40

November – December

Final Examination

80

February

  • The student has to appear for EACH of the periodic tests , Mid Term Examination and Final Examination.
  • Calculation of marks will be based on the following:

First Term

Weightage

Internal Assessment:

1)      Periodic Test -1 ( 40 marks reduced to10 Marks)

2)      Notebook Submission (5 Marks)

3)      Subject Enrichment Activity (5 Marks)

20 Marks

Mid –term Examination

80 Marks

Total

100 Marks

Final Term

Weightage

Internal Assessment:

1)      Periodic Test –( 10 marks- average of the best two – i.e. two periodic tests & mid term exam)

2)      Notebook Submission (5 Marks- average of both terms)

3)      Subject Enrichment Activity (5 Marks- average of both terms)

20 Marks

 Final Examination

80 Marks

Total

100 Marks

It has been observed that students take their Internal Assessment lightly and do not participate in subject enrichment activities or submit assignments on time. We would like to inform you that Internal Assessment has a direct impact on the Final Result of your ward.

  • Final Examination will be based on the complete syllabus of class IX unlike previous years when only a portion of the syllabus was tested.
  • If a student misses any test/ examination he/she will be awarded ZERO marks for the same.
  • NO RETEST will be allowed, under any circumstances, except if the student is representing the school in a co-curricular activity.
  1. Pass Criteria
  • In order to be declared as having passed class IX Examination, a student must obtain a minimum of 33% marks in Internal Assessment and in Final examination separately and in each of the five subjects Individually .
  • If a student scores less than 33% in one subject, it will be considered as compartment, and he/she will have to write the compartment exam and score above 33% in it for promotion to Class X.
  • If a student scores less than 33% in two or more subjects, he/she will be considered detained in Class IX.
  • A printed performance profile will be given after the Mid-term and Final Examinations. It will reflect the marks and grades scored by the student in internal assessments and the term examinations.
  1. Co-Scholastic Assessment
  • Co-Scholastic assessment will be based on a five point grading scale which will include Work education, Art education, Health and Physical education. Grading will not have any descriptive indicators and students will not be upgraded in Scholastic subjects based on the Co-Scholastic grades.
  1. Discipline
  • This will be assessed along with Co-Scholastic assessment on a five point grading scale based on attendance, sincerity, behaviour and values.

 

 

(RINA SINGH)
   PRINCIPAL

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Acknowledgement slip

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/034                                                                                                                               
May’18

 I __________________________________ Parent / Guardian of _____________________________________of  Class ________________ have read the given information regarding pass criteria and the assessment pattern for class IX.

Parent’s Signature:  ________________________________                                                Date:  ______________________________________

 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES NURSERY TO XII

 

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/029                                                                                                                    
April’18

 

Dear Parents,

We have always endeavoured to provide your ward a secure environment in the school. This, however, is not possible without your cooperation.  We would like to remind you of a few points that have been emphasized in the past too.

  1. If your ward travels in a private van, please ensure
  • the van is well maintained, running on CNG and NOT on LPG.
  • if it is a CNG van, there should be NO SEAT above the CNG cylinder.
  • the van driver and conductor should be license holder, experienced and have police verification report.
  • there is a conductor and a lady attendant in the van.
  • the driver is in a proper uniform and carrying his I Card (given by the owner).
  • that at no point the driver / conductor is under the influence of alcohol.
  • there has been a check on how old the van is and van is in good condition.
  • there is a fire extinguisher and complete first aid kit in the van.
  • the telephone number and other contact details of the owner, driver and conductor of the van and the details of the route covered by the van are with you.
  • you are at the van stand five minutes(bothways) to avoid confusion / mishap.

Overcrowded vans are a threat to your ward’s safety, so as far as possible, try to have your ward travel by the school bus. In case your ward travels by private transport, please fill in the undertaking and send it back to the class teacher latest by Monday 23 April’2018

  1. We appreciate that in response to our previous reminders, a large number of parents now park their cars away from the school and encourage their wards to walk to the school gate. However, there are still many who insist on parking in front of the gate. We would like to reiterate that the main gate is where the majority of the students enter and disperse and thus it is necessary that the approach to this gate be kept free and open, for the safety of students.
  1. The area around the school is a NO HONKING zone. We request you to refrain from blowing the horn in the vicinity of the school.

As role models for the students, it is imperative that we as parents and teachers conduct ourselves in a way that is exemplary.

 

(RINA SINGH)

PRINCIPAL

 

 

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UNDERTAKING

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/029                                                                                                                                     
April’18

I,___________________________________________(mother/father/guardian) of _________________________                              

studying in _______________hereby state that my ward does not use the school bus / school appointed hired bus.  I have made  my own arrangement for dropping and picking  my ward to and from  the school.

Whether my child is dropped personally or through my appointed personal transporter, I categorically state herewith, and undertake that the school authorities hold and bear no responsibility whatsoever in case of any possible mishap during the transit of my ward to and from  the school.

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SIGNATURE OF THE PARENT / GUARDIAN                                                                                                                    DATE

 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASS XI

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/028                                                                                                                 
April’18

Dear Parent,

  • Your ward has been given provisional admission to class XI on the basis of her / his marks obtained in mid- term and pre-board examinations. CBSE will be declaring the result for class X in the last week of  May 2018. Students will have to secure a pass mark sheet from CBSE to be eligible to continue in class XI.
  • Your ward can change the Stream / Subject after the result in May 2018 based on :
    • Availability of seats
    • Marks in Board Exam
    • Eligibility criteria as given below
  • The following are the options available in Class XI:

S.NO

SCIENCE

COMMERCE

HUMANITIES

1

ENGLISH

ENGLISH

ENGLISH

2

PHYSICS

ACCOUNTANCY

POL.SCIENCE

3

CHEMISTRY

BUSINESS STUDIES

HISTORY/ PAINTING

4

COMP.SCIENCE / ECONOMICS / BIOLOGY

ECONOMICS

ECONOMICS/ HOME SC

5

MATH / PSYCH

MATH

GEOGRAPHY/PSYCH

 

PS:   In the Science stream, IF A STUDENT OPTS FOR EITHER ECONOMICS OR COMPUTER SCIENCE AS THE FOURTH SUBJECT, SHE / HE HAS TO STUDY MATHEMATICS COMPULSORILY AS THE FIFTH SUBJECT. ECONOMICS / PSYCHOLOGY/ HSC. WILL BE OFFERED ON FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION, DUE TO LIMITED SEATS

 

Marks required in Class  X   Board result:

Stream

Science

Commerce

Humanities ( for opting Psychology and Economics only)

Requirement

English: 75%

English: 75%

English : 70%

Mathematics :75%,

Mathematics: 70%

Mathematics : 60%

Science: 75%

   

The students are required to confirm the subject / stream as per their eligibility within THREE days of the result being declared, failing which there will be NO RESERVATION of seats in any subject / stream.  So please ensure that you confirm the subject / stream IN WRITING, through e-mail, fax or visiting personally to the school as soon as the result is declared. In case of no confirmation from your side, it will be presumed that your ward will continue with the stream / subject offered in the month of April 2018.

E-mail               :           This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tel. No.            :           26149008, 26142270

Fax                  :            26148936

 

(Rina Singh)

PRINCIPAL

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT SLIP

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/028                                                                                                                 
April’18

I, _____________________ parent of __________________________ understand that my ward has been given provisional admission as per her / his marks in mid- tern and pre-board examinations. I have to register my ward with a  written confirmation of stream/subject opted for by my ward in class XI, within THREE days of the declaration of the result to confirm my ward’s admission to the stream / subject of her / his choice.

Parent’s Signature: _________________________________                                                  Date: __________________________________

 

Circular for class V

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/027                                                                                                                
April’18

Dear Parents,

                                               

Each student in class VI is required to study THREE languages viz. English, Hindi and Sanskrit / French / Mandarin.  English is the first language which each student HAS to study.  All INDIANS will study Hindi compulsorily.  Nationals of other countries will be exempted from studying Hindi as a second language.  The school offers French, Sanskrit and Mandarin as options for the third language.  All students have to opt for ONE of the three i.e. French, Sanskrit or Mandarin.  They have to be certain of their choice as they will have to study the same language for the next three years and no change at a later date or class will be possible.  It is mandatory to pass in the third language in order to be eligible for promotion to the next class.

To be eligible to study French in middle school, the student has to score a minimum of B1 in each area of English in ALL THREE TERMS in class V.  The final decision, however, will rest with the English teacher and the Principal.

In classes IX and X, the school follows the two language formula, as per the guidelines issued by CBSE. English is compulsory and the second language will be based on the languages studied in classes VI-VIII i.e. either Sanskrit / Hindi / French; they can choose one of the three as their second language. Mandarin is not a part of the scheme of studies for secondary school (Class IX- X) as per CBSE. Thus, students who have opted for Mandarin as the third language in classes VI – VIII will have to study Hindi as the second language in  Classes IX – X.

(Rina Singh)

PRINCIPAL

___________________________________________________________________________

 

Acknowledgement slip

 

TIS/ VV/ 2018-19/027                                                                                                              
April’18

 

I __________________________________ Parent / Guardian of _______________________________

of Class ________________ have read the given information and have taken note that my ward needs to score a minimum of B1 in each area of English in all three terms to be eligible to study French in further classes.

Parent’s Signature:  ___________________________                                                Date:  __________________________________

 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES NURSERY TO XI

 

TIS/ VV/ 2017-18/115                                                                                                                    
December ’17 

Dear Parents,

We are writing this circular to you in order to explain our fees and why they increase once every year.

The regular annual increase in fees of 10% goes towards the cost of inflation as well as increase of staff salaries thrice a year, inclusive of two dearness allowance and one annual increment every year,  as announced by the Govt.  All maintenance expenses become more expensive too because of inflation every year. The introduction of GST has unfortunately resulted in a further sharp increase in the cost of all services as well as of most items purchased by us on a regular basis.

It is very pertinent to mention here that we, as a Private School, are bound under law to pay the Central Govt Pay Scales, which are quite high as compared to the job market. The Govt, once every 10 years, holds a Pay Commission to decide the new pay scales.

The most recent such announcement took place wef from 1/1/16. The pay structure for all staff was revised as per the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission. You would be pleased to know that we have started paying the Seventh Pay Commission salaries without increasing the fees by an additional 15% which the schools have been allowed to do. Instead, we have managed within the normal 10% hike. (In today’s date, our salaries have increased by approx. 40% over the previous level.)

We believe in setting high standards of education, and this is only possible by selecting the best of the teachers available. Everything comes with a cost and to ensure the quality of teaching staff it is imperative to pay them salaries commensurate with their experience and credentials.

Our fee structure is one of the lowest in Delhi, keeping in mind the infrastructure and facilities provided to the students. We have state of the art computer labs with one computer per student, the latest software, licensed and original. We have a fully functional robotics lab and students have been winning accolades in various robotics competitions. All our class rooms are fitted with LCD projectors and smart boards and we have a very active Computer Aided Learning programme. Regular training and capacity building programmes are organized for teachers to keep them updated with the latest technology and teaching methodology. Our students have been making us proud in various academic and co-curricular competitions only because of the kind of facilities we provide in the school.

It is our earnest endeavour to provide students with the best resources and we can very proudly say that our parents have been very supportive in the development of the school and have always helped us in implementing the rules for the benefit of the students.

We sincerely hope the above explanation puts all your questions and doubts you may have had, to rest.

 

(Madhulika Sen)

 

 CIRCULAR FOR PARENTS OF STUDENTS TRAVELING  BY PRIVATE VANS

 

TIS/VV/ 2017-18/082                                                                                             
September’17

Dear Parents,

We would like you to take care of the following points when you have your child travelling in a private van to / from the school.

Please ensure : -

  1. that the driver has a valid license and has police verification report.
  2. that there is a conductor in the van and that he has a valid license.
  3. that there is a lady attendant.
  4. that the driver is wearing a proper uniform and carrying his I Card (given by the owner)
  5. that at no point the driver / conductor are under the influence of alcohol.
  6. that complete documents of the van are being carried by the driver.
  7. that there has been a check on how old the van is.
  8. that the van is in good condition
  9. that if it is a CNG van, then there should be NO SEATING above the CNG cylinder.
  10. that there is a fire extinguisher and complete first aid kit in the van.
  11. that you are at the van stand five minutes(bothways) to avoid confusion / mishap.

(Madhulika Sen)

 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES NURSERY TO XII 

                                        

TIS/VV/ 2017-18/079                                                                                                                      
11 September ’17                                                                                     

Dear Parents

The recent cases of abuse and accidents of children at school premises have created anxiety and concern amongst parents regarding safety of their children. At Tagore International School, safety of students has always been given top priority. I would like to apprise you all of the safety measures already in place:

  • We have CCTV cameras at all three school gates, in the corridors, the school ground, the bus yard and the boundary of the school. The footage from all these cameras is monitored regularly.
  • Police verification of all support staff including drivers and conductors is done before appointing any member.
  • We conduct regular meetings with all our teaching and non teaching staff members, and reiterate the importance of student safety in the school.
  • In all our buses, we have atleast one teacher and a lady supervisor who travels till the last bus stop.
  • Every floor has the required lady support staff who is posted outside the washrooms and who also clean the washroom every hour.
  • We have a separate washroom for our male support staff, which is outside the building, and they do not use the washrooms on the classroom floors.  However, the lady support staff uses the girls’ washroom on their respective floors.
  • We have a proper exit plan in case of an emergency which has been put on the notice board in each classroom.
  • We conduct fire drills on regular basis for students to know their exit routes.
  • We do not tolerate bullying or any kind of vandalizing of school property. Regular announcements are made during assembly and in the classes reiterating this message. Strict action is taken in case of any such incident.
  • All visitors/ parents entering the school have to provide complete details at the gate, about themselves, the purpose of their visit and the person they will be meeting. We are implementing some more measures to make the school a safer place for our students:
  • No student will be allowed to enter school before 7.30 am as our support staff arrives only at 7.30 am. Students who come for coaching will also enter school premises once the concerned sport s teacher arrives.
  • All washrooms will open only at 8 am, except the one on the ground floor, which will be fully monitored.
  • We are implementing a buddy program for the Junior section where all students will move in pairs outside the class - while visiting the washroom or going to the school ground.

To make our children more safe and secure we would like to enlist your support in the following ways

  • Talk to them about good touch and bad touch, about avoiding interaction with strangers and reporting any and every concern /incident, however irrelevant it may seem.
  • If you notice any change in your ward’s behavior, please inform the school authorities and meet the counselor so that we can help the student at the right time.
  • Keep the channel of communication open with your wards and give them a patient hearing for even the smallest of matters.
  • If your ward is not attending school, you must inform the teacher by email or sms not later than 10 minutes after the official start of school.
  • Avoid talking in a derogatory manner about the teacher / school in front of your ward as it destroys the trust bond between the students and the school. If you have any concern, you can write to us or meet us personally to discuss
  • From now on all parents will need to carry their school ID card when visiting school or picking their wards. Parents who do not bring their ID cards will not be allowed in.

We the school and parent community, want our children to be safe and happy and our goal is to give them secure environment that helps them to blossom into responsible human beings.

 

Ms. MadhulikaSen