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CIRCULAR FOR CLASS XI

TIS/ VV/ 2017-18/016
April’17

Dear Parent,

  • Your ward has been given provisional admission to class XI on the basis of her/his SA1 grades. CBSE will be declaring the result for class X in the last week of May 2017. 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 2017 based on :The following are the options available in Class XI:
    • Availability of seats
    • Grades in SA in the final result
    • Eligibility criteria as given below 
  • 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. 

 

GRADES REQUIRED IN CLASS X BOARD RESULT:

FOR SCIENCE

FOR COMMERCE

FOR HUMANITIES WITH PSYCH               AND / OR ECONOMICS

English   –  A1, A2, B1 

Science  –  A1, A2,B1

Math      –   A1, A2, B1

 English – A1, A2, B1,B2

 Math     – A1, A2, B1,B2

English –  A1, A2, B1,B2

Math     –  A1, A2, B1,B2, C1

 

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 courier 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 2017. 

e-mail         : This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Tel. No.      :       26149008, 26142270
Fax           :       26148936

 

(Mallika Preman)

  PRINCIPAL

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT SLIP

TIS/ VV/ 2017-18/016
April’17

I, _____________________ parent of __________________________ understand that my ward has been given provisional admission as per her/his SA1 grades. 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 CLASSES VI TO X

TIS/ VV/ 2017-18/011
April’17

Dear Parents

Teenage is that impressionable age when the achievements of young people can steer the thoughts and choice of vocation. Poorna, the youngest girl ever to scale Mount Everest has overcome poverty, gender bias and lack of facilities to achieve her dream. Actor and director Rahul Bose brings her story to life on the big screen in the film POORNA.

We have booked PVR Sangam Theatre in RK Puram for an exclusive show of this movie for our students of Classes VI to X next week, during school hours. There are only 240 seats available on a first come - first served basis. In case you would like your ward to join the group, please send 175.00 for the ticket latest by Thursday 06 April 2017, to the Class Teacher.

(Mallika Preman)

PRINCIPAL

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CONSENT SLIP

TIS/ VV/ 2017-18/011
April’17

I _______________________________, parent/ guardian of _____________________________________ of Class ___________ permit my ward to go for screening of the movie POORNA with other students.

             _________________________________                _____________________                   ________________________                                                  (Sign. of Parent / Guardian)                                          ( Date )                                               (Phone Number)

Circular for classes VI to IX

TIS/ VV/ 2016-17/156
March’17

Dear Parents

Happiness is the glow of satisfaction that comes after the achievement of a difficult task that demanded our best. The academic session 2016-17 saw Tagoreans achieving the best in various fields and making school proud. You will be soon receiving an email with details of our achievements, and we look forward to your constructive feedback. 

For the new academic session we request you to make a note of the following points:

We request you to make a note of the following points.

  1. The new academic session 2017-2018 shall start on Monday 03 April 2017. 
  2. Summer vacation for Classes VI – IX  is scheduled from Monday 15 May ’17 to  Sunday 02 July ’17.  No extended leave after the summer vacation will be granted for any reason.
  3. Class X will have extra classes till Saturday 20 May 2017.  Summer vacation for class X will be from Monday 22 May 2017 till Sunday 02 July 2017.
  4. Summer adventure camps will be organized for Classes VI to VIII between Saturday 13 May 2017 and Tuesday 23 May 2017.  For Classes IX to XII, they will be organized between Saturday 20 May 2017 and Saturday 27 May 2017.
  5. Every student is expected to be in school before 8:00 am every day. No student will be allowed to enter school after 8:05 am when the school gates will close.
  6. Application for leave of absence up to three days has to be sent through the Parents-Teachers Remarks page in the almanac. For leave of more than three days, prior permission from the Principal is mandatory. Absence from school for four or more days without prior permission, will result in the student’s name being struck off the school’s rolls.
  7. No student will be allowed to leave school after a periodic test, for any reason. If a student is unwell, she/he should not come to school that day.
  8. Parents can meet the Principal/Headmistress between 8:30 am and 10:00 am on any working day and the teachers on any working Saturday, with prior appointment.
  9. The Year Planner will be given to each student at the start of the new session. This has information about all activities, assessments and other schedules for the entire session. Kindly refer to it regularly.
  10. It is VERY IMPORTANT that you inform the class teacher and the office immediately about any change in your address and/or telephone number, so that we can contact you easily in case of an emergency.
  11. Please check the school website www.tagoreint.com regularly for circulars, updates and news about school events. 
  12. Mobile phones are not allowed in school.  If any students brings the same it will be confiscated.
  13. If your ward travels to and from school in a private van, please ensure that the driver and conductor are licensed; the vehicle is well-maintained and registered with the RTA and NOT running on LPG.
  14. Students using school transport have to travel by the school bus every day. In case you have to pick up your ward personally, please ensure that an application in writing reaches the school latest by the morning of the day of the pickup.  No student using school transport will be allowed to travel on his / her own without proper written consent from parents.

Only classes Nursery, Kg and I will be given the books in class once the session begins. Booksets for class II upwards are available in the school on the dates mentioned below, between 9 am and 12 noon.

 

DAY

DATE

CLASSES

Tuesday

28 March’17

II, III

Wednesday

29 March’17

IV,V

Thursday

30 March’17

VI,VII

Friday

31March’17

VIII, IX, X

Saturday

01 April’17

Exchange of books

 

We look forward to a fruitful partnership between you, your ward and the school in the new academic session.

(Madhulika Sen)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

PRINCIPAL

Summarizing the session 2016-17

Happiness is the glow of satisfaction that comes after the achievement of a difficult task that demanded our best. The academic session 2016-17 saw Tagoreans achieving the best in varied fields and making school proud. Here is a glimpse of some of these achievements: 

  • Our Breaking Barriers project launched in 2013, spread its wings to various schools of Delhi. Members of this campaign visited The Indian School, Eicher School, Maharaja Agrasen School and others to  create awareness about the rights of the LGBTQI community. They made presentations and spoke to their peers in these schools, who not only applauded their efforts but were also encouraged to  start similar campaigns in their own schools. The efforts of our campaign were recognized by UNESCO; and Sohini Chakrabarti, President of the club along with Ms. Shivanee Sen, mentor of Breaking Barriers, was invited to their Paris Headquarters in April 2016 to participate in a Ministerial Meeting on the occasion of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. 
  • Members of Flawless Flaws have taken several measures to ensure the welfare of acid attack survivors and bridge the gap between them and the society both, in Delhi, and in other cities. They have been successful in sensitizing people in various slums, Mahila Panchyats, police stations and multinational companies  about the easy availability of acid in stores and its misuse, through their nukkad nataks and presentations. Their effort was appreciated and the Vasant Vihar police officials have requested them to make more presentations in areas under their jurisdiction, to create awareness about this issue.
  • Inculcating values of compassion and far-sightedness, our Dare to Rise Campaign focuses on creating and spreading awareness about the harmful nature and long-term effects of drugs. The students of classes IX – XI are working on this project under the able guidance of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. The school has filed a petition for the banning of intoxicating chemicals among items of daily usage, especially correction fluids. Members of this campaign have been successful in creating a presence on social media, too.
  • The student members of the Tagorean Awareness Society visited the slum area in Bhanwar Singh Camp, Vasant Vihar in August 2016, and interacted with the families, sensitizing them about sanitation and the importance of keeping their surroundings clean. The students have also been visiting the Samarpan Foundation School in Vasant Kunj regularly, incorporating constructive educational activities and games along with daily life ethics, in their interaction with their counterparts. They donated stationery items collected from their peers to an NGO Goonj, who has given it to schools in rural areas to promote education. 
  • The members of the Art Society ‘Shrishti’ are proactively involved in various projects within and outside the school. Art from Heart – the annual exposition of art work of classes VI – XII students, was held at Arpana Art Gallery in the month of April. The proceeds from the sale of pantings were added to our annual contribution to acid attack survivors.
  • Five students along with Ms Jayita Ghosh, the music teacher, participated in the 4th International Convention of SPIC MACAY at IIT Guwahati in May. This inspired Aayushi Mehrish and Sahitya Rajagopal of the class of 2016 to launch the Cultural Linkage Club in the school with the help of students from Delhi School of Music. 

 

  • Two of our students have been selected to be Board members of the District Interact Club, by Rotary. Their role is to ensure that the service projects of schools in their zone are promoted and completed; and that communication and coordination amongst the schools in their zone is seamless.
  • The Debate Society of the school successfully organised the third edition of the prestigious TISMUN, with 370 delegates participating in it. The level of debate and the organisational skills of the secretariat were lauded by the EB members, the delegates and the Chief Guest Mr. Rojas, acting ambassador of Bolivia. 
  • Our school’s entry at the National level for the ‘Design For Change School Challenge’ was selected as one of the Top 100 winning stories from amongst 2512 stories received from 27 states. Our story ‘Paper Rules-Plastic is Old School’ received high praise for nurturing empathy, cultivating optimism and building a collaborative spirit amongst our super heroes! 
  • This year too our school made a mark in the international arena:The class of 2016 made us proud at the CBSE Board Examinations. Tuhina Singh with 96.6% in Science, Rajat Sharma and Yatin Arawkar with 93% in Commerce and Ridhi Datta with 93.4% in Humanities, topped their respective streams. Mahim Shanker Tiwari  and Damini Babbar scored a full 100 in History, and Sandeepan Das Gupta  secured the perfect score in Mathematics.
    • Ms. Preeti Chadha, Director International Relations, visited three campuses of the Ritsumeikan University, and the Doshisha High School in Kyoto in May 2016. She also visited the Winston Churchill High School in USA, along with 10 students from our school, on an exchange program in October 2016.
    • A contingent of ten students and two teachers represented India at the 6th Shanghai International Youth Science and Technology Expo, and the Science and Technology Stars of Tomorrow Invitational Tournament, in July 2016. The four projects showcased by our students at the Expo were highly appreciated and each one was awarded in their respective category.
    • Sohini Chakrabarti of XII B was selected as one of 28 scholars from a strong global pool of high-caliber applicants, to participate at the Global Citizens Youth Summit '16, one of the best summer programs for extraordinary and talented young leaders worldwide. The Summit was organized by the Global Citizens Initiative at Harvard University, Massachusetts, USA.  Sohini was the only scholar from India and was also awarded a full scholarship of USD 5500 to participate at the Summit.
    • Avijeet Sharma, Priyesh Sharan and Sagnik Bhattacharya of class XI were invited by the Shanghai Media Group to participate in the Junior Edison Science Camp at Shanghai in October 2016. They were presented with an honorary certificate and a letter of recommendation. 
    • Fifteen students from our school accompanied by two teachers, Ms. Malovika Saha and Ms. Jyoti, represented India at the International Joy of Dancing Children's Meet  at Beijing, China. Another group of nine students along with Ms Anuradha Rao visited our sister school, Shanghai Jinyuan Senior High School in November 2016.
  • Many students of this batch have secured admission in top national and international universities; DTU, IIT, SRCC, AFMC Pune, State University New York, York University, and others. 
  • The Class X result for the session 2015-16 saw seventeen students achieving a grade point of  perfect ten while another forty six achieved a grade point between 9 and 10.
  • Our students outshone others at the Zonal level science competitions organized by the Directorate of Education. From Quadratic Equations to Laser Music, Prevention of Diseases to Oxygen from Bio-waste, our students proved that there is no frontier they cannot conquer. 
  • The magical larvicidal properties of Amaltas (Cassia fistula) were researched by Roshan Suresh, Akshay Kumar, A.M. Tushar, Vandita Sharan and S.S Shradha and were presented at the ‘Science Technology and Mathematics for Nation Building’ competition of the Department of Education. Its efficacy prompted the National Institute of Malaria Research to invite the students to work with them. 
  • Rahul Basu, Abhishek Kumar and Siddhant Bakshi of Class X secured the first position at the Regional Science and Innovation Fair organised by the Foundation of GLOCAL Science Initiatives, which saw the participation of more than 50 schools. 
  • Aakrit Bhargava and Devarshi Paul were the First Runners Up at the National level Rio Olympic Quiz, which was broadcast by DD Sports in July 2016.
  • Devarshi Paul and Sagnik Bhattacharya of class XI were semi-finalists in the India Today television quiz show ‘News Wiz’, hosted by renowned journalist Rajdeep Sardesai. Each of them won a laptop and a Kindle for their exceptional performance.
  • From amongst 100 teams at the World Scholars Cup 2017, the team of Aamod Mehrish, Shrey Chabra and Sanjeet Aggarwal secured the second position and the team of V Chaitanya, Aakrit Bargava and Aradhay Kukreja stood third. The students also won the Debate, Scholars Bowl and the Scholars Challenge. They returned with a treasure of 10 trophies and 72 medals. Both teams have qualified for the Global Round to be held at Vietnam in June. 
  • After winning the Regional level, our class V and class VI students competed with 50 teams from 27 Indians cities for the Skimmer and Jet Toy Car challenges at the Nationals of A World in Motion. The team comprising Sakina Ahmed, Raja Zeeshan Zeb, Rehaan Ahmed and Jiya Chawla of class V was declared the National Overall Winner in the Skimmer event. They also won the category awards for the maximum distance and turning ability. The team was also awarded a cash prize of `14000 for their brilliant performance.  Our student volunteer, Saarthak Bhagat (Skimmer) was awarded `5000 for being selected as the Best Student Volunteer. The team of class VI comprising Jahanvi Kumar, Joydeep Singh, Shrajith A. Natarajan of VI C and Vansh Saigal of VI A were awarded the category award for sportsmanship in the Jet Toy Car event.
  • CHINH India organized a Film Making, Talent Hunt and Art Work Design Competition. Sukriti Grover and Simran Chopra of class XII won the second prize in the Film Making competition on the topic ‘Celebrate Yourself’. All the other participating teams are invited for the International Chinh India Kids Film Festival & Forum in November. Nehal Vijay of X A won the first prize for her T-shirt design on the theme ‘Celebrate Yourself’. The T-shirt designed by her was worn by the jury members at International Film Festival and Nehal was felicitated at this International Film Festival. 
  • The Royal Commonwealth Society every year organizes the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition which sees participation of students from all over the world. This year, out of 13,500 entries, eleven of our students bagged gold, silver and bronze medals.
  • Sarohi Sharma of IX A secured the second position in Zonal Solo Classical Dance Competition. She was the youngest participant in the senior category and has qualified for the Inter- Zonal Competition.
  • Sandeed Farooq of class X C and Sakshi Agarwal of class XII B have been recognised as Ashoka Youth Venturers by the Ashoka Foundation. Selected for their project Flawless Flaws, they attended a three day workshop at Bangalore. Sandeed was invited to conduct a session at the programme and was recognised for his leadership skills. 
  • Our nukkad natak team made us proud by securing the second position at the national level skit competition organised by the World Centre for Humanist Studies, on the theme ‘Human Being as the Central Value’.
  • In a step towards encouraging inclusive education, Special Olympics Bharat organized the National Unified Games at Hoshiarpur in November 2016. Seven of our students attended these games as mentors for the special students, and together they bagged a Gold in Table Tennis and a Silver each in Badminton and Football.
  • Vanshika Sejwal of class XII once again made us proud by securing the second place in the Youth National Athletics Championship, held in Goa.  In the long jump, high jump and triple jump events, she secured the 1st position in the Inter Zonal School Athletics Championship. She bagged the 1st position in high jump at the National School Games held at Kozhikode, Kerala.  She also came first in the National Junior Athletics Championship, held in Coimbatore, in Heptathlon and High Jump. She won the 100m Hurdles, High Jump and Long Jump events in the Delhi State Athletics Championship this year. She won the Gold Medal in the Senior Girls High Jump Category at the 61st National School Athletics Championship. She was also a part of the prestigious World School Athletics Championship held in Turkey, where she exhibited a commendable performance. 
  • Ansh Bajaj of class VIII was selected in the Delhi Table Tennis team, and represented our school at the 61st School Games Federation of Table Tennis National Championship, in the under-14 boys category where he secured the first position. He secured the 3rd position in the Under-14 category in the CBSE Cluster Inter-School Sports and Games Competition conducted in October, the 1st position in the Sub-Junior Boys category and the 2nd in the U-19 category in the District Table Tennis Tournament 2016. In the same tournament last year, he had secured the 1st position in the U-12 category.
  • Jaskaran Singh Wahi of class XI participated in the 8th Delhi NCR All Martial Art Championship and won a Gold Medal. He then represented India at the Asian Championship held in Sri Lanka. He also won a Gold and a Bronze Medal at the First World Martial Arts Games held at Bangkok this year.
  • Soumya Chaudhary, a black belt holder, made us proud by winning gold medals each at the International Taekwondo Championship, the North-Zone Taekwondo Championship in Dehradun and at the State Level Taekwondo Championship held in Delhi,  and a Referee Trophy as well. She was also awarded a Gold and 2 Bronze medals and the Referee Trophy at the National Level Taekwondo Championship held at Chennai. 
  • Raahul Viktri Sharma was recently selected in the Under-16 Cricket team of Jammu and Kashmir and represented the state at the Vijay Merchant National Level Championship. 

 

It is not only the students of our school who have won various accolades; our teachers have also made us proud by winning laurels at the national level for their sincere and selfless efforts.

  • Ms. Deepali Mathur was awarded for initiating a change at the Early Childhood level.
  • Ms. Kulbinder Chawla won the award for ‘Innovation in Teaching Strategies in Math’ at the Middle School level.
  • Ms. Niela Hariharan, our French teacher, received the award for ‘Innovative Teaching Strategies in Other languages’.
  • Ms. Geetanjali Kumar, PGT English, bagged the first position in the ‘National AIM Award’ and was recognized as the most innovative mentor for 2016. She has been awarded a cash prize of one lakh rupees. Ms. N. Saroj, Dean of Academics, and Ms. Gauri Sen, PGT Physics, have also been felicitated for making it to the top 100 innovators in the country.
  • Ms. Gauri Sen also won the award for ‘Use of Varied and Stimulating Teaching Learning Resources and Use of Multimedia ICT’ at the Secondary level.
  • Ms. Gauri Sen and Ms. Maitreyee Bhattacharya were felicitated on 12 August 2016 for being amongst the Top 6 Finalists for The Education Prize 2016 "Engaging Classrooms " instituted by tGELF in the Urban Indian Senior School Category.

 

Our school bagged the ‘School Excellence Award’ for scoring a prestigious place in the top twenty CBSE schools of Delhi at the 3rd National Conference organised by Brainfeed on 04 February 2016. Brainfeed also recognised our solar energy initiative and awarded the school for the best Green Intiative

  • Digital Learning magazine acknowleged the efforts of the school in imparting education using the digital media and gave the Top School of India Award to TIS. 
  • The school received the White Swan Award for ‘The Most Influential Brand in Education’ for 2015-16 and our principal won a special White Swan Award for the Most Influential Leader of 2015-16.
  • Icons of Learning, Singapore, awarded the school for being a 'Leading Education Provider' and using unconventional pedagogy in keeping with educational changes in the 21st century. They also conferred upon our Principal Ms Madhulika Sen, the Administrator-par-Excellence award.  She has been recognized for integrating innovative and creative ideas in accordance with international standards.

 

All these achievements reaffirm our faith in our staff, students and parents who work as a team to ensure that TIS stays at the top.  Congratulations!

 

 CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES NURSERY TO V

 

TIS/ VV/ 2016-17/139
February’17

Dear Parent,

1. The CBSE Board Examination for class XII and the Annual Examination for classes VI – VIII are scheduled to   commence from Thursday 09 March’17 and Wednesday 01 March’17 respectively. To ensure smooth facilitation of these exams, the following changes in the routine of  Classes Nursery to V have been made:

a. There will no school for the students of Nursery to class V on Tuesday 28 Feb.’17 as this day is required for preparation for the CBSE Board Examinations being conducted  in our school.

b. From Wednesday 01 March’17 till Friday 10 March’17, classes for the students of Nursery to V will be held from 08:00 a.m to 11:30 a.m. There will be regular studies alongwith some activities and trips.

c. The last working day for the students of Classes Nursery to V is Friday 10 March’17.

d. During this period, the school buses will ply in the morning at the usual time and in the afternoon at 11:45 a.m.  All students will leave the school at 11:45 a.m.   Nursery and K.G students travelling by the school bus will travel along with the senior students in the afternoon. The buses will follow the senior students’ bus routes / stops.  In case your ward goes to a crèche after school, please inform the crèche authorities about the change in time / route keeping the duration of travel in mind.   

2. The Report Cards of students of Classes Nursery to V will be given to the PARENTS ONLY 

On Tuesday 14 March’17 between 08:00 a.m and 10:00 a.m. Entry for parents will close at 9:45 am.  In case you are unable to collect the report card on the scheduled date or within the scheduled time, you can collect it  from the school office on Thursday 30 March’17 between 08:00 a.m and 10:00 a.m ONLY.

3. Friday 24 March’17 is a holiday on account of Shivratri.

The next session (2017 – 2018) for classes k.g. to v will COMMENCE on MONDAY 03 APRIL 2017.

(Preeti Chadha)

JR. SCHOOL HEADMISTRESS

 CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES IX & X                          

TIS/ VV/ 2016-17/138
February’17

Dear Parents,                 

                    REVISED DATESHEET   SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT II– MARCH 2017

 

 Date

IX

X

Fri.    10 March’17

Science

S.Science 

Tue .  14  March’17

S.Science.

Math

Thu.  16 March’17

Hindi/ Fr./ Sans

English

Sat .   18  March’17

English

Hindi/Sans/French

Tue.  21 March’17

Math

Science


1. Classes IX and X Summative Assessment II will be held from Fri. 10 March’17 till Tue. 21 March’17.  The  examination will be from 8 am till 11:30 am. School buses will leave school at 11:30 am on Fri 10 March but from Tue 14 March’17 they will leave only at 1:30 pm. The students who wish to go back at 11:30 am from 14 March’17 onwards on their own must submit a letter stating the same with their parents’ signature.

2. Students will not come to school on the day they have NO examination.

3. The syllabus for the examination is available on the school website www.tagoreint.com  .

4. 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 will be entertained for showing any leniency regarding such cases.

5. BRINGING MOBILE PHONES TO SCHOOL DURING THE EXAMINATIONS IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED FOR ALL STUDENTS.

6. As per the new examination guidelines issued by CBSE, possession of  mobile phones, 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.

7. 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.

8. All library books should be returned and all FEE DUES to be cleared latest by Wed.15 Feb.’17.

9. The last working day for the students is Fri. 17 Feb.’17.  They will have preparatory leave from  Sat. 18 Feb.’17.

10. The list with the stream and subjects allotted to the students for Class XI will be displayed on Wed. 05 April’17.  The students should register themselves for class XI by Tue. 11 April’17.


The Report Cards of Class IX will be given TO THE PARENTS ONLY on ThURSDAY 30 March’17 between  8 am and 10 am.
  

11. Regular school for class IX will start on Monday 03 April’17 and for class X on Thursday 13 April’17.

 

NOTE : THE SCHOOL WILL NOT COMMUNICATE THE MARKS OF SUMMATIVE  ASSESSMENT-II TO THE 

STUDENTS OF CLASS X. The Board WILL be declaring the results of the students of class X in May 2017 and WILL be issuing A certificate to every student.

 

“Excellence is not a singular act, but a habit.  You are what you repeatedly do.” 

 

(N. Saroj)
Dean Academics

CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES VI TO IX

TIS/ VV/ 2016-17/121
February’17

Dear Parents,

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT –II  DATE SHEET MARCH – 2017

 Date

VI

VII

VIII 

IX

Wed.  01 March’17

S.Science

Math

S.Science

Science

Fri .   03  March’17

English

Hindi

English

Hindi/ Fr./ Sans.

Mon.  06 March’17

Math

Science

Science

S. Science

Wed. 08 March’17

Science

English

Math

English

 Fri.  10 March’17

Hindi

S.Science

Hindi

Math

 

 

1. The final examination of classes VI to IX will be held from Wed. 01 March’17 till Fri. 10 March’17.  Syllabus will be available on the school website www.tagoreint.com w.e.f. Fri.03 Feb.’17.

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. Classes VI to VIII will have Mental Agility along with the main Math paper.  

     English Spellings                            Tue. 21 February 2017         

    Hindi Spellings                              Wed. 22 February 2017

    Sans /Mand/ Fr. Spelling Test & Final Exam   Thu. 23 February 2017

  • The students of classes VI- VIII will have preparatory leave from Fri. 24 February 2017.

4. 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.

5. BRINGING MOBILE PHONES TO SCHOOL DURING THE EXAMINATIONS IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED FOR ALL   STUDENTS.

6. As per the new examination guidelines issued by CBSE, possession of  mobile phones, 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.

7. 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.

8. The last working day for the students of Class IX is Fri. 17 Feb.’17.  They will have preparatory leave from Sat.18 Feb.’17.

9. Library books should be returned and all FEE DUES to be cleared latest by Fri. 10 Feb.’17.

10. THE NEW ACADEMIC SESSION BEGINS FROM MONDAY, 03 APRIL 2017. 


The Report Cards of Classes VI to IX will be given TO THE PARENTS ONLY on Wed 22 March’17 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  30 March’17 from the  school office between  8 am and 10 am.

 

“Every success is built on the ability to do better than good enough.”

 

(N. Saroj)

Dean Academics

CIRCULAR FOR CLASS VIII

TIS/ VV/ 2016-17/132
January’17
 

Dear Parent, 

As your ward completes Middle School and enters Senior School, she/he has to study five subjects in class 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 03 February 2017.

(Madhulika Sen)
PRINCIPAL

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SUBJECT DETAIL SLIP

 

TIS/ VV/ 2016-17/132
January’17

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

 

CIRCULAR FOR CLASS V

TIS/ VV/ 2016-17/131
January’17

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 to be promoted 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 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 03 February  2017. 

(Madhulika Sen)

PRINCIPAL

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SUBJECT DETAIL SLIP

TIS/ VV/ 2016-17/131
January’17

 

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


CIRCULAR FOR CLASS XI

TIS/ VV/ 2016-17/118
January’17

Dear Parents,

FINAL EXAMINATION DATE SHEET– FEBRUARY 2017

Day & Date

Class & Section

XI A

XI  B

XI C/ XI D

17 Feb’17 (Fri)

Business Studies

Political Science

Physics

20  Feb’17  (Mon)

*Economics

*Eco/ HSc.

*Eco/CSc/*Bio

22 Feb’17 (Wed)

English

English

English

25 Feb’17  (Sat)

Math 

Psychology/ *Geog

Math/Psych

27 Feb’17  (Mon)

Accountancy

History/ Painting.

Chemistry

  • CBSE has introduced Open Test Based Assessment for 10 Marks in Biology, Geography and Economics. The students will be assessed on the basis of case studies provided by CBSE, along with the main syllabus in these subjects in the final examination.

 

1.   There will be regular school till Friday 10 Feb. 2017 and attendance is compulsory till then. The students will have preparatory leave from Sat. 11 Feb. 2017 till the exams begin on Fri. 17 Feb. 2017.

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. 23 Jan. 2017.

4.    Library books should be returned and all FEE DUES to be cleared latest by Tue. 31 Jan. 2017.

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, 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 class XI will be given to the parents on Wednesday 08 March 2017 between 8 am  and 10 am.

10.  If the report card is not collected on the mentioned date, the student will NOT be allowed  to attend class XII classes, which will begin from Thur. 09 March 2017. The classes will be held till Sat. 25 March 2017. Attendance is compulsory on these days.  The teaching schedule for Class 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/ 2016-17/107
December ’16
 

Dear parent,

It is important to understand that choosing a career does not mean, simply deciding upon the ultimate career profile. Rather, a person should have the potential to grow with that career and achieve success. Every career option requires a particular aptitude combination that should match with the person's potential ability to grow with that career.  An Aptitude Test helps the student determine what her / his abilities are best suited for. The school, in collaboration with Centre For Career Development, is organising an interest profiling test and one to one counselling sessions for students of class X. This will include:

1. An interest profiling test to identify possible career options. It is a 2 ½ hour test which does not require any preparation and will be administered on Wednesday 28 December 2016 in school. 

2. A one to one session at the school with the student and the parents to:

    • assess academic performance and potential.
    • analyse strengths and weaknesses.
    • detail out career options and make specific career choices
    • work out the subject streams and combinations
    • recommend future course of action.

3. The registration fee for the entire program is ₹ 1250/- to be paid in cash. 

 

Please note that the subject stream selection of your ward will depend on the cut off specified for each stream as informed by circular no TIS/VV/2016-17/033 dated April 2016. The result of this aptitude test will not have any bearing on the stream allotted by the school. 

If you are interested in your ward taking this interest profiling test, please send the registration fee in cash, along with the consent slip, latest by Friday 16 December 2016. 

 

(Madhulika Sen)
Principal

_________________________________________________________________________________________________

CONSENT SLIP

TIS/ VV/ 2016-17/107
December ’16
 

I, _____________________, father/mother of ___________________ of class ______________, would like my ward to undertake the interest profile test. I am sending  ₹ 1250/- in cash towards the registration fee, along with the consent slip. 

 

_________________________________________                                                                       _________________

        (Signature of Parent)                                                                                                                    Date

CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES III TO XII

TIS/ VV/ 2016-17/081
August ’16
         

Dear Parents, 

We believe in providing opportunities for students to challenge themselves in their academic pursuit. For this we encourage them to participate in competitive Olympiads at national as well as at an international level to gauge their academic standard and aptitude. Keeping this in mind, we are organising the 3rd National Genius Search Examination conducted by National Genius Search Foundation in association with Central Board of Education-CCE; the NTSE for IX & X  conducted by CBSE and the Science Olympiad  by Science Olympiad Foundation and the NSTSE  by Unified Council, Hyderabad for classes III to XII.  These examinations will be conducted in school. Interested students are to submit the consent slip and fee to their respective science teachers by Wednesday 24 Aug 2016 along with the registration fee. Details of the examinations are as follows:

 

Name of Exam

 Date of exam

Registration Fee

                  Syllabus

Question type(s)

 

 

 

NGSE :

Phase-1 (Mains)

 

 

 

03 Dec. 2016

 

 

 

 

      ₹ 500

 

For Classes  IV – XII The questions are drawn from the respective Mathematics and Science CBSE Syllabus and a few questions on General Knowledge related to scientific aspects.

For Classes XI & XII : Students in Classes XI & XII can choose any two subjects (from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, Economics, Business Studies and Accounts).

NGSE Mains is a single test and comprises multiple choice questions to be answered in            90 minutes. There will be  questions with one or more correct options, a series of correct combinations and matching etc.

 

 

Phase-  2 (Advanced)

 

 

 

01 March 2017

       

 

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The Syllabus of NGSE for each class or its equivalent grades can be downloaded

from the ‘Downloads’ section of the website:

www.ngsfindia.org/downloads.php.

The NGSE Advanced is a written examination with 10 or less than 10 descriptive questions to be completed answer in 90 minutes. For details, visit www.ngsfindia.org

 

 

NTSE stage 1

 

 

6 Nov. 2016

 

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Based on CBSE SYLLABUS 

Eligibility : Currently in class 10

Minimum score in class 9 - 60%

Objective type  questions with no negative marking

 Refer to  www.ncert.nic.in

www.edudel.nic.in / public circulars

 

 

SOF Examination

Phase I

 

15 Nov.       

2016

₹ 120 (additional  ₹ 60 for  sample books that can be ordered online-www.mtg.in)

 

Science , Math & G.K

 

Multiple Choice questions. Visit www.sofworld.org for syllabus and sample question papers. 

 

NSTSE

05 Feb. 

2017

₹ 120 ( ₹ 40 additional for old sample papers)

Classes III to XII  eligible. Based on CBSE syllabus

Objective type questions with no negative marking.

JSTSE

 

 

To be declared later

 

 

 

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Based on CBSE SYLLABUS

Eligibility : Currently in class 9

Minimum score in class 8 - 65%

Objective type  questions with no negative marking

 Refer to www.ncert.nic.in

www.edudel.nic.in  / public circulars

 

(Mallika Preman)

SR. SCHOOL HEADMISTRESS

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                                                                                              Consent Slip

TIS/ VV/ 2016-17/081  
August ’16
         

I,__________________________________,parent/guardian of __________________________ of class ___________  would like to register my ward for  ____________________________________________.

  __________________________                                               _____________________                                                        ______________   

    Parent/ Guardian’s  signature                                                               Contact no.                                                                                Date

 

P.S. Parents are requested to keep a photocopy of the circular and the consent slip to help remember the dates and the  examination  their ward is appearing for.

CIRCULAR FOR CLASSES IX & X

TIS/ VV/ 2016-17/076
August ’16
      

FOUNDATION COURSE IN SCIENCE AND MATH

Dear Parents 

The importance of fundamentals in Science and Math cannot be overemphasized, and a clear understanding of concepts in these subjects play a pivotal role when a student steps out into the domain of higher education and then into the professional world. In fact all competitive, aptitude and professional exams lik  NTSE, JEE, AIIMS, AFMC, CAT, GMAT, SAT etc have a significant component focussing on the fundamentals. Hence the need of the hour is to build a strong fundamental base. Keeping this in mind, the school, in collaboration with PACE – IIT & Medical, is planning to organise foundation building sessions in Science and Math for students of class X. The focus of the programme is to:

  • hone academic skills to a professional level
  • foster out- of- the-box thinking 
  • boost confidence in order to excel in school assessment and competitive exams
  • increase levels of understanding and application of concepts
  • teach time management and stress management

Classes will commence on Monday 22 August’16 and will continue till Tuesday 24 January 2017.  The schedule for classes will be as follows:

 

CLASS

CONTENT

SCHEDULE

FEE

IX

Mental Ability

(Math)

Every Monday

8 am to 9 am

2500/-

X

Mental Ability

(Math, Phy & Chem)

Every Monday & Tuesday

8 am to 9 am

5000/-


If you wish to enrol your ward in this programme, please send the consent form duly filled and signed by  Monday 22 August 2016.  

(Madhulika Sen)
PRINCIPAL

CONSENT FORM

TIS/ VV/ 2016-17/076
August ’16

I, _____________________________ parent / guardian of _________________________ of class __________ would like to enroll my ward for the concept building classes in Science and Math. I understand that these classes will focus only on concept building and will not teach the regular syllabus of class IX & X.

____________________________________                               ______________________

        Parent/ Guardian’s  signature                                                                    Date