Excellence is potential chiseled into a more perfect state through vision,dedication and determination. The achievements of the school have multiplied manifold over the years and are a result of well set goals, consistent efforts, intelligent directions and skillful execution.
Sincere recognition of efforts is a fantastic reward that provides continued motivation for future tasks. In all our endeavours, we also recognize the importance of positive feedback which we get from various quarters frequently. We graciously express our gratitude for the constant support and motivation from your end.
|Thank you email from ex student , Hemish Malhotra (left school in class VIII in May 2014)|
|Respected Madhulika Ma’am,
This is Hemish Malhotra from Jeddah. Hope all is good at your end.
Ma’am with your blessings I got admission at York University in Toronto, Canada. Thank you for your continuous support for me in all walks of my life whether it was academics, sports or extra curricular activities. Studying at TIS was one of the most wonderful experiences of my life under your guidance. I feel proud that I studied at this remarkable institution.
|Ms. Maitreyee Bhattacharya ,PGT( Pol. Sc.) fondly remembered by her ex student , Batch of 2016|
Ms. Bhattacharya received a whatsapp message from her ex student, Tanisha Roy expressing her gratitude towards her.
The message is as follows:
Good morning ma'am.
How are you keeping up? Ma'am I wanted to share a piece of news with you. I got through JNU for Masters in International Relations and Politics and I have to thank you for developing my interest in this subject so deeply. I still miss your classes ma'am and I hope I can attend one soon! :))
Love you loads.
Tanisha Roy (Batch of 2016)
|Thank you letter for Ms. Uma Chopra (TGT Hindi)|
Thank you for being such a wonderful teacher and teaching us .
Your class was the only class that I didn’t dread having to come to each day. Thank you for being a bright spot and something to look forward to in the school day.
Thank you for creating such a great environment to learn and where we were encouraged to express our own thoughts and opinions.
I wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed your class. Your class was fun and I learned a lot from you. I wish all of my teachers were more like you.
|Ms.Usha Rani(TGT Sanskrit) appreciated for her dedication and commitment|
I am writing this mail to express my thankfullness towards you for taking pains and clearing my Son's (Sabhya Arora, Class VIII B) doubts on Sanskrit. I truly appreciate the way you taught him and made him ready for the exams.There is no single chance when you have not replied. Even on the eve of your son's birthday, you answered all his queries.
You have made Sanskrit so easy to understand that he is really scoring good all due to your great support.
I have no words to express my gratitude towards you.Thanks so much
Mother of Sabhya Arora
A note of gratitude for Vandana Ma'am and Renu Ma'am (Class II A)
Respected Vandana Ma’am and Renu Ma’am,
Greetings of the day!
As today is the last day of the primary school children for the session year 2018-19, Sumit and I take the opportunity to congratulate you both and all the activity teachers of Class II A for a successful year. Be it scholastic and co-scholastic avenues, we have seen Vidditi showing an additional amount of interest in her assignments and activities. She has become more responsive in her personality and reflect both confidence and empathy in her conduct.
While writing this, I would not like to miss an opportunity to express our congratulations to you both and the team of teachers for putting up a great show at SANCHYAN 2018. It was really exciting to witness the narration of the play, which revolved around the drawbacks of technology advancement (especially mobile phones) on our society especially on children. The theme itself was thoughtfully picked and play was very well written and dramatized. The story narration, dances, live music, background sound effects, stage set up and the costumes, all were commendable. The confidence of each of the students reflected the hard work poured in by the whole team to put together such a fantastic show.
Once again, a very big congratulation for a successful year 2018-19 and all the best for the year 2019-20.
|Appreciative e-mail from parents of Varuni Khanna of VII C|
Respected Principal Ma'am,
Greetings of the day!
We had the privilege of attending the Senior Annual Prize Distribution last Friday (February 8) at the school. It was a wonderful experience to witness the whole event well hosted by teachers & students. It was spell bound to listen to the accolades school, school students and teachers have won throughout the year 2018-19 both at national and international level. It was amazing to discover diversity of avenues of participation which not only included academics but also art, literature, science, music, drama, sports and many more. Heartiest congratulations to you and the teachers for another successful year. Most importantly we wanted to express our heartfelt thanks to the gesture of the school management while recognizing the work of three support staff, especially it was awesome to see that the children stood up while all the three members where being awarded. It was a great gesture and further supports the values that the school is inculcating among the students.
Once again, a very big congratulation for a successful 2018-19 and all the best for the year 2019-20!
With Best Regards,
Nidhi and Sumit Khanna
Parents of Vaaruni Khanna (Class VII-C)
|Letter of gratitude from Madhuban Educational Books|
|'Thank You' email from parent of Khushi Gupta of class X of batch 2019|
As we know Khushi Kaushik is a differently abled child studying in TIS since 9 years now, as parents of Khushi we would like to share our experience with TIS with respect to education, care and support received from this school till now.
First of all we would like to thank Ms. Madhulika Sen, Principal of Tagore international school and all the teachers of TIS for their contributions in making Khushi Independent. When she was born, we were worried that how would she commence her studies and what would her future promise due to her visual impairment. But it was her luck that she got admission in TIS. Since beginning, all the teachers of this school have been caring like her mother and they have always been giving special attention to her so that she can compete with normal children of her class.
We would like to share some of the things which make TIS different from other schools for a differently abled Child.
1) The Principal of the school, Ms. Madhulika Sen, she is strict but that strictness makes Khushi a more disciplined and carrier oriented child.
2) The coordinator teacher Misha ma’am, who has been constantly worried about her studies and comfort like her mother.
3) Her class teachers from class 2nd till class 10th, every teacher taking special care with respect of class work, homework, physical & mental development.
4) A special robotics workshop arranged by TIS only for visually impaired children which helped her as well as all other visually impaired students of TIS to know that they are no different. They can use the same tools and create things like any other child.
5) All the visually impaired students are constantly made a part of nearly all the activities in school. This helps them to be confident and to believe that they are not different from others.
6) The parent workshops, that help us to understand the child in respect of behavior, language, physical & mental development, carrier and all.
7) The school bus staff, both driver & helper cares for her and do not start the bus until she is comfortably sitting.
Some of our friends whose 4 children are studying in schools like Mount Carmel (Anand Niketan) and Spring Dales (Dhaula Kuan) are constantly worried about their child’s education as they are not getting this kind of cooperation and support from their teachers in terms of education, ways to conduct examinations and upcoming board examinations. However, we are the only parents who are not worried for our child’s educational requirements and cooperation from the school staff despite facing almost similar problems.
Finally, we would like to give a special thanks to all the school staff for their support, love and affection towards Khushi.