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3D Designing workshop on Canva

In the world of designing, 3D designing is the process of developing graphics and images that appear to be in the third dimension. An online 3D Designing Canva workshop was organised for classes VIII, IX and XI, conducted by Ms. Annaporni Chandrashekar (Education Community Manager for Canva in India) on Monday, 19 December 2022. The aim of the workshop was to provide in-depth knowledge of many aspects of 3D designing by using Canva, 40 students attended and participated in the competition.

Indoor Air Pollution

The School-University Network Team (SUN) of SDSN youth SDG, TERI School of Advanced Studies, Student hub organized an interactive session on "Indoor Air Pollution" for students of Grade 8 and 9 on Friday 9 December 2022.

The sessions included:

  • ·Video presentation- Documentary followed by Question & Answer round
  • ·Interactive lecture - Difference between climate and weather, how climate change is affecting daily lifestyles
  • ·Activity on indoor air pollution
  • ·Awareness sessions- JAM, Quiz

The aim of the session was to raise awareness among the students about the indoor air pollution, it's impact and what they can do to combat this. 

Life skills workshop for classes VI to VIII (10.11.2022)

A workshop showcasing an interactive movie was organised for classes VI to VIII. The workshop was conducted by CSR Box Foundation to empower teenagers with the right set of life skills in an interactive learning format. The session focused on issues like bullying, peer pressure, and underage lifestyle habits such as addiction.  It emphasised on early intervention by teaching strategies and skills to cope with pressures in real-life situations.

National Level Championship through Vigyantram Technology
(Two Days Workshop )
In-school Robotics Workshop with
National Level Championship through Vigyantram Technology


Tagore International School, East of Kailash has always been equipped with the latest technology to enhance academic performance among our students. Continuing with the practice  to hone technological skills of students we organized 02 days in-school Robotics Workshop with National Level Championship through Vigyantram Technology in association with Abhyuday, IIT Bombay

Workshop Topics were:

  • For Grade 3 to 5- 3 in 1 Robotics
  • For Grade 6 to 8- Drone Making Flying  
  • For Grade 9 to12- Humanoid  Robotics

Workshop Dates:

  • Friday 28th October & Saturday 29th October ,2022

Total 114 students participated in different categories and learned drone assembly and flying, humanoid assembly and coding  & robotic car assembly and driving 


‘Sexuality Education’

Date: 12.10.2022 & 13.10.2022

Resource Person: Dr. Kavita Mangnani & Tejaswinee Hazarika

Participants: Parents (classes VI, VIII, IX & XI)

Venue: Audi 1

The key speaker for the sessions was Dr. Kavita Mangnani, she was also accompanied by her colleague Ms. Tejaswinee Hazarika. Dr. Mangnani is a Clinical Psychologist by Profession and has completed her Ph.D in Psychology in 2018. She has worked as a Clinical Psychologist and counsellor in a Government as well as Private Psychiatric Hospitals in Jaipur, Rajasthan. She has extensive experience of dealing children with psychiatric illness and disabilities. She is currently working in HAQ: Centre for Child Rights as Director: Restorative Care. HAQ: Centre for Child Rights is a Delhi based non-profit organization working for the Rights of children. She has been active in the field of child protection from last 6 years and has provided psycho-social support to children who are victims of abuse and violence. She has provided training to various key stakeholders such as Teachers, students and principals on the issues of children sexual abuse and its psychological impact. She has also been a part of various capacity building programs for different stakeholders dealing with cases of abuse and understanding its effect on the Mental Health of children. Ms. Hazarika is a Programme Officer (Child Protection) with HAQ. The sessions were divided and planned according to the classes; the students were shown a power point presentation and their queries were resolved during the session. The students were also briefed about how to protect themselves from any kind of sexual abuse, importance of consent, social and internet safety.

‘Education Overseas’ held on 22.08.2022

The session was led by Mr. Arun Bhatia, currently the Regional Manager for Delhi/NCR, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Kolkata & Indore for Jamboree India. He has more than 20 years of experience in the field of Management, Operations, Sales and Marketing and has been working in the Education sector and Career Counseling for the last 10 years. He has counselled more than 5000 students and his mentorship has led students to their dream colleges.

The session provided students an insight into admissions criteria and application process to universities abroad, profile building and enhancement, a comparative analysis on pursuing Bachelors in  USA, Ireland, Singapore, Canada, UK, Germany, Information about scholarships and financial aid, Advanced Placement and summer schools, Information about SAT/ACT, IELTS & TOEFL.

Session on CUET (Central Universities Entrance Test) held on 12/07/2022 for classes X to XII

An orientation session on CUET (Central Universities Entrance Test) was conducted for the students of for classes X to XII. The test is led by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for entrance into UG courses in the Central Universities. The resource person for the session was Dr Rashmi Sharma who is currently Associate Professor at Acharya Narendra Dev College, University of Delhi. She holds a PhD in Botany from University of Delhi. She has enriched herself by training in RBPT (Research Based Pedagogical Tools). She has published papers in both international and national journals. Dr Sharma is at present the coordinator of DBT Star College scheme and Convenor of Admission Committee at her college.

The session acquainted the students with various domains of CUET, its eligibility criteria, application procedure, various courses available and its relevance worldwide. The students had lot of queries which were resolved by the speaker at the end of the session.

‘Self Defense Workshop for Girls’

A ‘Self Defense Workshop for Girls’ was organized by the Delhi Police Self Defense Team for the students of class VI-VIII was held from Monday, 23 May, to Thursday 26 May 2022. The students were taught a lot of Self Defense techniques, like punches, temple-punches, temple attack, fingertip attack, kicks etc. by Delhi Police personnels. The students found the session interactive, they enjoyed performing the self defence moves.  They also learnt many values like the importance of strength and fitness, gender equality and building up confidence. The instructors advised them to always be confident and alert while walking on streets, especially, when they are alone.

‘Management as a Career’ held on 31.08.2021 for classes X to XII
Management is indeed a very exciting and rewarding career. A career in management offers status, interesting work, and the satisfaction of working closely with other people. People are considered the most important resource in organizations. If they perform effectively, the organizations will succeed. Managers work closely with people, ranging from top managers to clerical workers, to ensure that organizations achieve their objectives. The key speaker for this session was Mr. Praveen Khanna. He is a life mentor who enjoys being with students for their development. An English H) post graduate did his MS in Psychotherapy to understand and develop ways to enhance students’ learnings.  He is a government certified Business Communication Specialist and a Certified Training & Development Manager.  Mr. Khanna also guided students about the admission process of various management colleges. The session was extremely immersive and informative.
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‘Be your own boss- Be an Entrepreneur’ held on 24/08/2021for classes X to XII

Entrepreneurship is both the study of how new businesses are created as well as the actual process of starting a new business - the term is used interchangeably. An entrepreneur is someone who has an idea and who works to create a product or service that people will buy by building an organization to support those sales. The key speaker for the session was Mr, Nikhil Malhotra. has been both a teacher and entrepreneur, He worked and taught at Career Launcher before he became a franchisee owner running his own Career Launcher Centre in Nagpur in 2003. His passion for teaching and entrepreneurship found expression in the setting-up of the iSTEP venture.


Emergent Careers in 2025 in an AI dominated world held on 17/08/2021 for classes X to XII

Mr. Parneet Singh, founder of 2 start ups in India, is an enterprising young leader. He carries 3 years of CXO Experience and 7 years of Business Development, Operations and Product Development experience in both India and the United States. In 2017, he co-founded a multi-million dollar startup, expanded operations in over 15 countries and served over 150 clients worldwide. He has led over 250 individuals and managed over 25 international teams. He founded his first venture, EdQuest in India & US. Currently, he serves upGrad- South Asia’s largest higher-ed organisation. The key areas covered during the session were - Emerging Job Clusters in 2025, Industry Profiles - Division of labour between Humans, Machines and AI, Emerging & Declining Skills in 2025, Future Economies - Care Economy and Green Economy of 2025, Country Profiles - Emerging Job Fields 2025.


WiSTEM2D Workshop on Science with tGELF and Johnson & Johnson

Tgelf partnered with Johnson & Johnson to bring an exciting science based workshop for 50 girl students of class VII as part of the WiSTEM2D programme.

The WiSTEM2D or the women in STEM, Manufacturing and Design is a programme designed for girls only to raise aspiration in them to select science as a career in life. The programme entailed practical hands on project making workshop based on the concepts of science for young girls to actually make their models. J&J employees and tGELF conducted the workshop for students and teachers to bring science concepts to life and relate classroom teaching to the industry and real world. The workshop was help on Wednesday, 28th July from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm. Along with 50 students, 19 teachers of Science, Math and Computer Science also attended the workshop.

Students made the Scribble Bot during the workshop. All materials required for making the science model were provided by tGELF. Workshop was very innovative and interesting and made the students learn concepts of science through this activity.


Career in Indian Army by Colonel Rohit Singh for classes X to XII held on 20.07.2021
Colonel Rohit Singh is a highly decorated retired Army officer who served in the Indian Army for over 23 years. He has been awarded for gallantry in Jammu and Kashmir as also in North East India. Col Rohit is a third-generation Army officer of his family and has the unique distinction of having being awarded a commendation medal by an Army commander of the
United States of America as also from the Canadian Army Chief. Post-retirement from the Army, Colonel Rohit held a sensitive appointment with a Govt of India Undertaking. As of date, Col Singh is working in a senior position in the corporate sector based in New Delhi.
Col Rohit guided the students about the selection process, eligibility criteria for Army, Navy and Air force.  A very captivating and immersive session it motivated our students to serve the country. The students had lot of queries which were resolved by him at the end of the session.
Career in Law by Mr. Pukhrambam Ramesh Kumar held on 13/07/2021
In the words of Thomas Jefferson "The study of the law is useful in a variety of points of view. It qualifies a man to be useful to himself, to his neighbours, and to the public"
Law as a profession is in great demand these days. Due to the changing social and economic circumstances and the ever-increasing regulatory role being undertaken by the government, there is a rising demand for lawyers. Besides being financially lucrative, Law is an adventurous and exciting career option. 
An Online Live Webinar for X, XI and XII students was organized. The session provided a glimpse of the legal world. The session was conducted Mr. Pukhrambam Ramesh Kumar, he has been practising primarily in the Supreme Court of India in various fields of law including offering legal advice, drafting, filing and arguing/pleading/appearing in the Court for the last 20 years. He has had the opportunity to argue/plead in various landmark cases in the Supreme Court of India, High Courts of Delhi, Chandigarh and Manipur. Currently, he is the Standing Counsel for the State of Manipur in the Supreme Court. He was enrolled as an Advocate with the Bar Council of Assam, in the year 1999. His areas of practice and expertise include legal matters relating to Service, Constitution, Criminal, Company, Land Acquisition, Labour, Telecom, Electricity, Arbitration, Environment, Rent, Consumer, Personal laws, etc. Recently he got a position as an advocate for the union of India in the Supreme Court.  Mr. Pukhrambam clarified the doubts of the students and patiently addressed all the queries.
Merchant Navy as a career option for classes X to XII held on 06.07.2021

The career session planned imparted in-depth knowledge about Merchant Navy as a career option. The session gave an insight about the scope, process, Departments, Ranks & Salaries in Merchant Navy, Shipping Company Sponsorship, Merchant Navy Best Institutes/ Colleges/ Academy  and affiliation, IMU CET preparation etc. The key speaker for the session was Mr. Anurag Deorani, Managing Director of Officers Wing, Uttarakhand.


Session on Career as a Company Secretary for classes XI & XII (29.06.2021)
To enlighten the students about this career option, the school had invited Mr. Himanshu Sharma from The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI). ICSI is a premier national professional body set up under an act of Parliament, the Company Secretaries Act, 1980, to develop and regulate the profession of Company Secretaries in India. He explained the students that CS includes integrated knowledge of multiple disciplines of law, finance and corporate governance. Mr. Sharma also highlighted that a company secretary is the vital link between the company, its board of directors, shareholders, government and other agencies. He further added that a company secretary plays a vital role in company’s future and coordinates the management functions and company policies. The students were informed that the role/ scope of a company secretary has increased many folds under the new Companies Act, 2013, particularly after being given the position of a Key Managerial Personnel (KMP).
Session on 'Creative Careers in Media and Bollywood' by Mr. Viveck Aswani for classes X to XII (22/06/2021)
The students had the privilege to interact with an eminent personality from the world of Bollywood Mr. Viveck Vaswani Actor, Producer, Teacher, Writer, and the man who famously gave Shahrukh Khan his big break in Bollywood. An alumnus of Campion School and Cathedral and John Connon, he started off with acting in India's first TV soap opera 'Khandaan'. He then produced a Marathi film called 'Kis Bai Kiss', and a major television serial called 'Nai Dishayen. He has acted in more than a 100 films and numerous television shows. He has produced 13 films and 2 television shows.           Mr. Vaswani has been Advisor/ Consultant/ Strategist to a number of established companies as well as startups in the entertainment business. He teaches Live Action Production, and Documentary & Films at Pearl Academy, Mumbai campus.  The session exposed the students to the vast field of media and the wide scope it offers. The students had lot of queries which were resolved by Mr. Vaswani at the end of the session.
Career Avenues through Education Abroad in Post COVID Scenario for classes X, XI & XII (08/06/2021)
The session was led by Mr. Arun Bhatia, currently the Operations Manager for Delhi/NCR& Chandigarh for Jamboree India.  Mr. Bhatia has more than 20 years of experience in the field of Management, Operations, Sales and Marketing and has been working in the Education sector and Career Counselling for the last 10 years. He has counselled more than 5000 students and his mentorship has led students to their dream colleges.
The session provided students an insight into admissions criteria and application process to universities abroad, profile building and enhancement, a comparative analysis on pursuing Bachelors in  USA, Ireland, Singapore, Canada, UK, Germany, Information about scholarships and financial aid, Advanced Placement and summer schools, Information about SAT/ACT, IELTS & TOEFL.

Get Ready To Bring Positivity for classes XI & XII (7/05/2021)

The key speaker for the session was Mr. Gaggan Bhatia, an academician with experience in designing Fashion, Business and Lifestyle programs, curriculum strategy and experiential learning. He is a certified Virtual Teacher by University of California.

The workshop promoted positive thinking so students can approach unpleasant situations in a more positive and productive way. It focused on techniques and helped students deal more effectively with stress in their lives by analysing specific stressors and taking positive actions to minimize their effects.


‘Career as an actor’ by Mr. Mohit Chadda for classes X & XII (06/04/2021)

“Acting is a spiritual quest to touch human souls”

- Larry Moss

Mr Mohit Chadda is a versatile Indian Film Actor who has worked in Hindi, Telugu and Tamil films. He was the first runner up on “Zee Cinestars Ki Khoj'' in 2004. His filmography includes titles such as ‘Dulha Mil Gaya’, ‘Adhu’ and the National Film Award winner for Best Telugu Feature Film, ‘Aithe’. He can be seen in his latest movie ‘Flight’. Mr. Chadda accentuated the skills required for becoming an actor and mentioned the top notch institutes in India for aspiring actors. He shared his journey as an actor and motivated the students to pursue acting as a career only after completing college education.

Stream Selection (19/12/2020)
A suitable choice is critical for every student at this significant juncture of her/his School life; it is indeed the gateway for future courses and career. Decisions are the toughest thing to make especially when it is a choice between where one should be and where one aspires to be. Stream Selection for wise career choice is more of an exploration and research. As adults, the best way to embolden students to come to a decision is to provide a plethora of career-cognate resources, discussions, and positive exposure towards the stream. It is very consequential to put all the vocation options in front of students and expound to them about each cull.
To enable every learner trudge their own path into the threshold of the future, the school organized a digital session “Choices, Streams and Careers” on Saturday, 19th December 2020 from 10:00 am to 11:30 am for grade IX & X students and their parents. Conducted virtually by Mr. Saurabh Nanda, Educational Psychologist and Career Consultant, the objective of the session was to help the students make informed decision.
The session covered various facets of career choice and its determining factors such as aptitude and interest, availability of opportunity and inherent potential. Further the students were introduced to the various career paths available under the categories Humanities, Science, Commerce, and new age careers. The principal, Ms. Mallika Preman also apprised the parents about the subjects offered by the school. It was indeed an enriching experience, particularly to those who were still indecisive in deciding their streams and careers.
Boot Camp in collaboration with The University of Arizona, USA (25/09/2020)


Given the manner in which the world has been evolving over the years, we are moving ever closer to a transnational economy and a boundary less world where our career choices need to be dynamic and laden with a degree of pragmatism. The career choices need not be conventional in nature rather than being driven around the fact that what interests a student and gives the individual success in a field where his/her soul is.Tagore International School believes in giving students an opportunity to explore various career options and empower them to make informed decisions with respect to their career choice. Keeping this in mind the school organized the second Boot Camp in collaboration with The University of Arizona, USA. It comprised of sessions conducted by inspiring and knowledge experts from the university. The camps provided students with an opportunity to gain information about their choice of industry and to clarify their doubts. The experiential boot camps along with the resource person are listed below,

  1. Business- Anil Agarwal, Adjunct Instructor in International Business
  2. Architecture – Ladd Keith, Assistant Professor of Planning and Sustainable Built Environments, Chair, Sustainable Built Environments Program Ms. Jessica McQuillen, Lecturer in Architecture
  3. Media & Journalism – Jeannine E Relly, Professor, School of Government and Public Policy
  4. Psychology- Melanie Lipton, Assistant Director, Academic Advising

In its endeavor to enable students towards a career of the future, the school hosted a series of experiential studios in new study areas with a focus on international careers opportunities. These experiential studios were conducted by subject experts from Deakin University.
With the focus shifting to holistic learning, students were given an insight into the various options beyond the traditional careers. The experiential studios are listed below:
  1. Business Analytics -Data for Decision Making
  2. International Relations - Connecting the world through International Relations
  3. Exercise & Sports Science - The Science of Sport: The Future
  4. Psychology for Contemporary Problems
  5. Artificial Intelligence - Use of AI in face detection
  6. Future in cyber security: academic scope and career perspectives
The key speakers were:
  1. Ms Bri Gunn, International Manager within the Faculty of Business and Law, Deakin University,
  2. Mr Mark Weinman, Mobility Coordinator in the Faculty of Business and Law International Team
  3. Ms Kathryn Whitney, Engagement Portfolio Manager. She has over 25 years’ experience working in cultural exchange and international education.
  4. Dr Craig Wright, Lecturer in human anatomy and physiology in the Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science with the School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences.
  5. Associate Professor Linda Byrne, Deputy Head of School and Director of Internationalisation in the School of Psychology.
  6. Dr Guy Wood-Bradley is a Lecturer in Information Technology in the School of IT at Deakin University
  7. Duc Thanh lecturer in the School of Information Technology, Deakin University, Australia
  8. Keshav Sood, Lecturer school of IT at School of IT, Deakin University
Dr Arash Shaghaghi is a Lecturer at Centre for Cyber Security Research & Innovation (CSRI) of Deakin University.
Introduction to Professional Readiness Programs (22.08.2020)
To ensure judicious utilization of time and to develop skills aimed at enhancing workplace performance and future employability. Students were briefed about DeakinCo. online short programs designed to equip the job seekers alike with the skills most demanded by employers. The programs discussed were based on the key employability skills and the potential to equip the students to become more employable for the job market of the future.
Session on Career as a Company Secretary for classes XI & XII (25.07.2020)

To enlighten the students about this career option, the school had invited Mr. Himanshu Sharma from The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI). ICSI is a premier national professional body set up under an act of Parliament, the Company Secretaries Act, 1980, to develop and regulate the profession of Company Secretaries in India. He explained the students that CS includes integrated knowledge of multiple disciplines of law, finance and corporate governance. Mr. Sharma also highlighted that a company secretary is the vital link between the company, its board of directors, shareholders, government and other agencies. He further added that a company secretary plays a vital role in company’s future and coordinates the management functions and company policies. The students were informed that the role/ scope of a company secretary has increased many folds under the new Companies Act, 2013, particularly after being given the position of a Key Managerial Personnel (KMP).

The CS course can be pursued by any student of commerce/arts/science stream after passing class 12th examination.

Session on Liberal Arts for classes XI & XII (18.07.2020)

The resource person for the session was Ms. Parneet Gill, the Assistant Director with the Outreach team, Ashoka University. The speaker for the session was Ms. Parul, Manager Outreach, Ashoka University. Students were informed about the successful people worldwide who decided to choose liberal education as a career path.

She highlighted the fact that liberal education offers a broad knowledge of the wider world (e.g. science, culture, and society) as well as in-depth study in a specific area of interest. It was indeed a learning experience for the students who got a broader picture about liberal education and how it can empower them to deal with complexity, diversity and change. She also discussed the admission criteria and scholarships offered at Ashoka University.

Session on Artificial Intelligence for classes XI & XII (11.07.2020)

Prof. Agarwal is currently VP South Asian Affairs UA Global Operations, President of Emerging Markets Consulting. He is currently teaching three courses in the Global Business Program faculty at University of Arizona. The session highlighted the increasing role of AI in all spheres of life and also the various career options available. Prof. Agarwal clarified the doubts of students regarding the field. He also explained in detail the learning ambience of the university and the diverse students population which makes it multi cultural and thus unique.

Career in Management by Dr. Ravinder Kumar for classes X to XII (4/07/2020)

The resource person for the session was Dr.  Ravinder Kumar, Dean, Dept. of Commerce and Business Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia and Member of International Leadership Association, University of Maryland, USA . Dr. Kumar provided an insight into various courses available in the field of business management and he guided students about the admission process of various universities like Delhi University, Jamia Milia Islamia. He also discussed the scope of the management courses during the COVID era and in the post COVID scenario. Students utilized this opportunity to clarify all their doubts about the management industry.

Let’s Talk Session with Ms. Arti Anand for classes VI to XII (June 2020)

“In the face of adversity, we have a choice. We can be bitter, or we can be better- Caryn Sullivan

A virus slowed down the pace, this planet functions in and all of a sudden, we have all this time which unboxes the plethora of confusion that we don’t quite understand. Introspective sessions were conducted for all the sections of classes VI to XII in the month of June to enhance the realisation that how beautiful life is amidst its light and dark hues. Students were given workable solutions to restrain from overthinking and dealing with negativity. Affirmative participation from the students made the sessions very interactive.

Healthy and safe use of Internet by Dr. Y. P Balhara for classes IX to XII on 29/06/2020

Cyber security in today's world is indeed an area of concern; a lot of people use the internet now for work, for entertainment, and more. Children use digital resources both as part of their studies as well as recreation. To address the issue of healthy and safe use of Internet, a session was organised with Dr Y P Balhara, a renowned psychiatrist leading the AIIMS’s Behavioural Addiction Clinic. 

Dr. Balhara is the Additional Professor of Psychiatry, NDDTC and Department of Psychiatry, AIIMS, New Delhi. The online session with students of classes IX to XII was highly interactive and the resource person highlighted that internet concerns were Lifestyle Concerns. Dr. Balhara helped students recognise when internet usage becomes an addiction and what necessary steps should be taken in such a scenario.
Youth Mental Health Session by Ms. Manya Malkotia for classes XI & XII, IX & X on 05.06.2020 & 09.06.2020

The world has changed due to COVID-19, the new, temporary ‘norm’ especially for the young adults- with efforts being put to  strike a balance between student life and home roles, during restricted outdoor time and a fair amount of stress. All this adds a layer of complexity. Recognizing this scenario in students' lives, the school organized a session on Youth Mental Health for classes IX to XII especially in the wake of COVID 19, the pandemic that has hit all of us. The session was conducted by our alumna, Ms. Manya Malkotia who is a Registered Psychiatric Nurse and is currently working with the Department of Health and Human Services of Australia. She is a Crisis management lead in the Covid-19 response team and works in collaboration with doctors and Psychiatrists in assessing potential risks. Her expertise lies in Youth Mental health and advance care plan management in psychiatric inpatient units. 

The session focused on balancing activities and engagement at home, importance of routine and seeking right support. She also highlighted that the COVID-19 outbreak and response has been accompanied by a massive infodemic and therefore she suggested trusted sources for COVID 19. Through the session Manya emphasised that developing a routine can help steer the day in the right direction.

Career in Design by Mr. Gopal Meena on 29/05/2020

The session was planned for the students of classes XI & XII. The key speaker for the session was Mr. Gopal Meena, he is a spatial experienced designer, specializing in Exhibition, Retail & Interior Spaces. He completed his graduation from IHM Ahmedabad and an M.Des in Retail Experience Design from NID. Since the past ten years, he has been involved in design education at various design institutes as visiting faculty (like NID, IIT Gandhinagar and NIFT). He has also worked with NID as a design consultant on large exhibition and museum design projects. Mr. Meena gave an insight into the vast design industry and the opportunities it offers. He provided invaluable knowledge about the various verticals in design like Accessory design, Animation & VFX, Game Design, Graphics & Communication Design, Interior Design, Jewellery Design, Product Design, User Experience & Interaction Design.

Cyber Security and Awareness by Mr. Naveen Dham on 29/05/2020

The statistics on cyber-crime in India paint a picture that none of us can be proud of. What is most alarming in recent times is the increasing number of youth being the victim of cyber-crime. The workshop was intended to create awareness among them. The key speaker for the session was Mr. Naveen Dham a veteran security strategist & having a rich experience in Information Security (ISO27001) Implementation, Maintenance, IT Security Auditing and IT Service Delivery. He has also been honoured with Global Award in London in the year 2011 for his exemplary work in Information Security Implementation and IT Service Delivery Domains.

Mr Dham interacted with the students and discussed about the trending apps and games. The students were guided about the legal aspects of accessing the internet like the legal age, ethics and rules of using social media and gaming. The students were advised to handle real and virtual life judiciously. He also enlightened students about possible threats of e-frauds, online banking frauds, hacking, phishing, cyber defamation, cyber bullying, stalking etc. He explained the safe use of social media, online shopping, internet games, correct methods of using debit and credit cards and internet banking. He gave tips on keeping passwords safe, avoiding cyber bullying, data thefts, threats of fake profiles and defamatory posts. This workshop was an eye-opener for children. If followed properly, Mr. Dham’s advice can help them with a digitally secured life to a good extent.

Making it big in contemporary cinema by Javed Jaffery and Vivek Vaswani on 23.05.2020

A few students of class XI & XII attended a Primetime with Viveck Vaswani  and Javed Jaffrey (Producer, Actor, dancer, comedian, impressionist and most iconically, creator of Boogie Woogie) The session focused on Indian film industry, ways to survive, succeed and excel . The two industry veterans talked about their 40 years in Bollywood, the struggles, the survival mantras and the tips to make a mark.  The students understood the difference between cinema and theatre. Mr. Jaffery motivated students to be driven by passion rather than economic allurements.  According to students it was indeed an inspiring and fruitful session.

‘Career Guidance Seminar on Law’ by Dr. Manish Arora (22/05/2020)
An Online Live Webinar for XI and XII students was organized. The session provided complete information about the best legal education available in the country. The session was conducted by Dr. Manish Arora, who is not just an exceptionally brilliant advocate but has also an educator, an editor, and an author. 
Dr. Arora is an advocate practicing in the Supreme Court of India, is Director, Universal Law Publishing Company and Senior Consultant LexisNexis, which are the most noted law publishers in the sub-continent. On the academic side, he is on the Board of Legal Studies, Amity University. He is also a Visiting Faculty with National Judicial Academy, Bhopal and with Indian Law Institute, New Delhi. He is also a visiting faculty with University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia and lectures regularly at special semesters on IPR at Harvard Law School.
On the judicial side, he is an Arbitrator appointed by the Ministry of Information Technology, Government of India for Settlement of International Domain Name Disputes and has also worked as Magistrate in Matrimonial matters in the XVIIth Lok Adalat at Delhi. He is Patent Agent, Government of India. He is the Director India Centre for Fast Arbitration (ICFA) Supreme Court of India.
Dr. Arora guided students how to prepare for the entrance exam of top notch law schools, the wide array of career opportunities prevalent, corporate placements offered, practice prospects and the scope for higher studies was also discussed. The students clarified their doubts regarding the exams, judiciary selection and the packages offered.
 ‘Impact of COVID-19 on Careers’ by Ms. Kanchan Ralhan (15th May, 2020).

A session was on The impact of COVID 19 on careers was held for class XI & XII students. The resource person for the session was Ms. Kanchan Ralhan, she has 14 years of experience in the Education sector, specializing in Strategy Development, Student Recruitment and counselling. A Private Pilot License holder and with a degree of LLB, she has mentored several young minds. The session was divided into the following subtopics:

• COVID19 - impact & future
• Career opportunities - in the next 5 years (science, commerce, humanities)
• Jobs which will get obsolete
• About Indian universities and their requirements
• Requirements for admission abroad
• Indian v/s Global universities
• Goal setting technique
• Skills needed in a post Covid-19 world
• Myths and facts about studying in India or abroad

‘Managing Emotions during Lockdown’ by  Ms. Khwaish Sharma (08/05/2020)

A session on Managing emotions during lockdown was conducted in two slots for class IX students. The first session was held with IX A and B, the second session was held with IX C and D. The resource person for the session was Ms. Khwaish Sharma, who is a practising psychologist; certified expressive arts based therapist and a crisis counsellor. She trains and researches in the field of clinical, expressive arts and alternative treatments in psychology. She has completed her graduation in psychology from Lady Shri Ram College for women and has a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Royal Holloway, University of London. The session was activity based and students enjoyed interacting with the resource person. The student shared one object that they are really close to or is giving them solace during the lockdown period. A document of hope was shared at the end of the session which listed some activities that can be done during the lockdown period.

‘Embracing Emotions during Lockdown’ by  Ms. Kritika Mehta (05/05/2020 and 06/05/2020)

A counseling session was planned for class VI which was conducted over two days-5th and 6th of May. The resource person for the session was Ms. Kritika Mehta; she is a developmental psychologist with an MSc from Lancaster University, UK. She has an extensive experience of working with children, adolescents and families, at-risk population and training teachers and parents. The sessions were not just informative but also fun for students. They shared their feelings about the lockdown period. The session had lot of activities planned for students.


Webinar with renowned author Mr. Christopher Doyle  (05/05/2020)
Tagore International School, organized an engrossing live webinar, with renowned author, Mr. Christopher Doyle on 5 May, 2020. The topic of discussion was, Hidden Secrets and Ancient Mysteries: The Quest of Truth. The webinar saw a whopping attendance of students and teachers from both the branches of the school. Mr. Doyle engaged the students in a thought-provoking discussion on ancient myths and amalgamated them with contemporary life in an interesting manner. The session started on a riveting note with Mr. Doyle, sharing interesting facts about Alexander the Great, highlighting how he valiantly fought, for eight consecutive years. The discussion further canvassed to an array of mysterious subjects from Stonehenge to Denisovans; and from the Pyramids to the great Indian epic, Mahabharata. The author further stressed on the forgotten relevance of mantras and how the wrong pronunciation of the word ‘mantra’, reversed their overall impact. The illustrious author regaled the students with wondrous and fascinating information. It was like an epic journey through historical times. The session culminated with Mr. Doyle, answering the questions posed by the young and inquisitive minds promptly and patiently. It was indeed a great opportunity for the students and the teachers to explore the hidden secrets and mysteries of the past.
‘Ensuring Well Being during Lockdown with Ms. Arti Anand’ (Class VII) 30/4/2020-01/05/2020
Transition to the virtual mode was something unimaginable and would have sounded unrealistic a few months ago but viewing it from a positive lens it has made students explore more learning platforms and implement ideas that they have never tried before. Class VII students were full of zeal and were ready within seconds with their elucidations about the lockdown period. It was amazing to discover that they were all on the same page, full of positivity and were delighted that the nature was healing amidst the lockdown. From becoming young chefs, to budding painters, to impressive you tubers, to promising musicians they were all set on an introspective and exploratory mission during the lockdown.
Online Workshop on ‘Emotional Wellness’ by Mr. Shashank Kasliwal (25/04/2020)

The key speaker for the session was Mr. Shashank Kasliwali, he is the Director of Emotional Intelligence Inc. & also the Chapter Head for Indore Centre of Forum for Emotional Intelligence Learning (FEIL). Mr. Kasliwal is a young, dynamic, enthusiastic motivator and above all a farsighted visionary. He is a graduate in Commerce and has studied Scientology of L Ron Hubbard, Ontology from Werner Erhard and attended various training programs in India and abroad conducted by Personalities like Dr. Daniel Goleman on Emotional Intelligence, Deepak Chopra on Synchronicity in Life, also certified by David J Lincoln on NLP and specialises in various psychometric tools such as MBTI ® Thomas Profiling, Thomas Kilman Instrument for Conflicts and (ESAP) Emotional Skills Assessment Process. His first book, “Freedom from the I” is about living a powerful life with inner confidence irrespective of circumstances, money and what people say.

The session focused on leading a stress free life, using anxiety in a positive way, gaining freedom from the attitude of controlling things, positive projection of the mind, developing patience and inculcating the habit of listening. It was an enlightening session and students promised Mr. Kasliwal they will try to view their problems with a positive outlook and try to overcome by resolving them rather than escaping.

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‘Ensuring Well Being during Lockdown with Ms. Arti Anand’ (Class X) 24/04/2020 & 25/04/2020
The Coronavirus led lockdown has indeed interrupted our regular lives, but it completely depends on our thought process how we perceive this interruption. The session focused on showcasing the brighter side of the lockdown period such as the increase in patience level, doing things which were otherwise not possible due to scarcity of time, an opportunity to learn new language, picking up a new hobby, learning new skills, studying ahead, working on the areas which need more practise, donning the creative hat, strengthening family bond and valuing the life we are bestowed with.
The students were motivated to make the best use of the lockdown and were guided to follow a routine as unstructured time can create boredom and spike anxiety.
‘Ensuring Well Being during Lockdown with Ms. Arti Anand’ (Class XII) 23/04/2020- 24/04/2020
There is a great amount of uncertainty about COVID 19 pandemic and with uncertainty, feeling of being unsettled and unsafe has found inroads into students' minds.  Whilst the uncertainty may continue, it is important that the students are guided on the things they can do to manage worries and anxiety. The session provided students a platform where they could highlight their concerns regarding the current scenario. Through the session an insight was provided into coping techniques that can be used by everyone to deal with their anxieties and also gave ideas as to what innovations can be brought in the lifestyle amidst the lockdown.
Workshop on Road Safety, Class I, January 22, 2020
Workshop on Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship, January 21, 2020
Workshop on personal hygiene for girls of VI - VIII, January 21, 2020
Workshop on History Diaries for students of IX - XI, January 16, 2020
Workshop on 'Relating Accountancy with AI' by Mr. Harshit Chokhani for XI-B students, January 10, 2020
'Workshop  for Class XI, December 26, 2019'
'Business Studies through the P.A.S.T.A. Framework'  by  Mr. Gagandeep Singh Arora, December 16, 2019
Workshop on 'The Periodic Table'  by  Mr. Gagandeep Singh Arora, December 16, 2019
Examination Tips by Mr. S.K.Jain, Chemistry Subject Expert , December 13, 2019
Examination Tips by Mr. Vikas Vijay,  Accountancy Subject Expert , December 12, 2019
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Examination Tips by Mr. Gajendra Sharma,  Computer Science Subject Expert , December 12, 2019
‘Developing the art of speaking’
Date: 10th December, 2019
Resource Person: Ms. Aarushi Mehta
Participants: classes VII & VIII
Venue: Audi 1

The key speaker for the session was Ms. Aarushi Mehta, Public Speaking Trainer. The session aimed at enhancing independent research skills, developing public speaking skills, sharpening intellectual capacities, strengthening negotiation and debating abilities. The session emphasised on the need for preparation, practice, positivity, knowing the audience, elimination of a few words.

Examination Tips by Ms. Ramneek,  Mathematics Subject Expert , December 9, 2019
Examination Tips by Ms. Shefalee Gupta,  English Subject Expert , December 9, 2019
Examination Tips by Mr. Subhash Dey,  Economics & Business Studies Subject Expert , December 3, 2019
Workshop on Geography for Class X by Ms. Ritu, November 26, 2019
Workshop on Fine Arts for Class X by Ms. Anju, November 26, 2019
Workshop on Nutrition by Ms. Priyanka Sondhi Chopra, November 25, 2019
Space Explorers Workshop “Capturing Celestial Objects” November 19, 2019
Space Explorers Workshop “Celestial Exploration” November 11, 2019
Space Explorers Workshop “The Magnified Universe” November 11, 2019
Workshop on Bio-diversity for Class X-C,  November 7, 2019
Workshop on Maglev for Class X-B,  November 7, 2019
Workshop on Oral Health for Classes VI - VIII, November 6, 2019
Workshop on Bio-diversity for Class X,  November 6, 2019
Workshop on Road Safety for Classes VII & VIII, October 30, 2019
Workshop on Road Safety for Class VI, October 30, 2019
Space Explorers Workshop “The Magic of Light” October 12, 2019
Space Explorers Workshop “Earth Our Only Home” October 12, 2019
Space Explorers Workshop “Celestial Coordinate System” October 12, 2019
Space Explorers Workshop “The Mysterious Moon” September 7, 2019
Space Explorers Workshop “Our Star – The Sun” September 7, 2019
Space Explorers Workshop “Astrophotography for Beginners” September 7, 2019
BREAKING BARRIERS-an endeavour to sensitize students towards the LGBTQ Community  by students of TIS,VV on September 4, 2019.
RJ Raunak of Red FM fame was the Guest Speaker 
Workshop on Bullying in Schools, Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019
“Shaping Waste Management Solution for Schools - Project Design and Implementation Workshop”
Date: Friday 9 August 2019
Venue: St. Thomas' Girls Senior Secondary School, Mandir Marg, New Delhi- 110001
Organized by: TERI School of Advanced Studies


Tagore International School, EOK, in its endeavour to promote education and action on sustainable development, has partnered with TERI School of Advanced Studies (SAS) for Project “Scrap Out Scrap”-Action on Waste Management.

The students of the Eco Club attended the third round of the workshop ‘Scrap out Scrap' hosted by the TERI school of advance studies, at St. Thomas' Girls Senior Secondary School, Mandir Marg, New Delhi on Friday, 9 August 2019.

In this session of the workshop, the students were asked to identify their greatest challenge, which can be worked upon with the given constrains of time and resources. It was an enriching experience which encouraged the students to put on their thinking caps, be committed towards conserving the environment and mindful of their waste, water and carbon footprint.

The core team comprising of 10 students from class IX participated in this engaging workshop.

Workshop on Making a Portfolio,  August 8, 2019
Workshop on Waste Management,  Aug. 7, 2019
“THE SCIENCE OF LIGHT”  SPACE Explorers Workshop  for Classes VI, VII  & VIII, August 3, 2019
"Cosmic Fireworks"  SPACE Explorers Workshop  for Classes III, IV & V, August 3, 2019
"THE ABC OF LIGHT"  SPACE Explorers Workshop  for Classes  I & II, August 3, 2019
Workshop On Quizzing by Mr. Arindam, July 31, 2019
SPACE Workshop for Classes III, IV & V, July 24, 2019
SPACE Workshop for Classes VI, VII & VIII, July 24, 2019
‘Sexuality Education’
Date:  11th, 16th and 17th July, 2019
Resource Person: Ms. Jaya Aiyappa
Participants: classes VI, VIII & XI)
Venue: Audi 1

The sessions were divided and planned according to the classes; the students were shown a power point presentation and their queries were resolved during the session. The students were also briefed about how to protect themselves from any kind of sexual abuse.

Workshop on 'Sex Education' by Ms. Jaya Aiyappa for Class XI, July 11, 2019
7th International SPIC MACAY Convention
Date: June 3 - 9, 2019
Participants: Arkajyoti Majumdar (IX),  Navya Ambast (XI), Aroma Mathews (XI), Arnav Khanna (XI), Tenzin Norgyal (XI), Ms. Reeta Mathews
Venue: Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi


Five students of Tagore International School, East of Kailash attended the 7th International Convention of SPIC MACAY. The event took place from 3rd to 9th June 2019 at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Arkajyoti Majumdar of class IX and Navya Ambast, Aroma Mathews, Arnav Khanna and Tenzin Norgyal of class XI were a part of the Convention. Reeta Mathews, vocal music teacher of TIS, EOK, was the teacher in charge. They attended live concerts of several well-known maestros of the country such as Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, Begum Parveen Sultana, Pt. Rajan and Sajan Mishra, Ustad Rashid Khan, Warsi Brothers, etc.  They had ‘Intensive Sessions’ wherein the students were trained by great personalities of India in their respective fields of interests. On the last day of the Convention, the students got the opportunity to perform along with their gurus.  It was a learning experience for all.


Self Defense Workshop
Date: May 20 – 22, 2019
Training by: Delhi Police officials
Participants: Class XI girls
Venue: Tagore International School, East of Kailash


The safety of girls is of prime concern today, as they step out to take the lead in every field. In order to travel and work independently, they need to be confident about handling their own security. 

The school organized a three days self defense session for girls of Class XI, by Delhi Police officials with the objective of empowering them, from 20-22 May, 2019.


Workshop on Road Safety, May 14, 2019
Odissi performance by Madhavi Mudgal, organized by SPIC MACAY, May 2, 2019

Tagore International School, East Of Kailash organized an Orissi dance recital  by the renowned artist  Padmashree Madhavi Mudgal under the aegis of Spic Macay on  May 2 , 2019. She has received repeated acclaim in the major cities and dance festivals that have featured her throughout the world and has also encouraged students into the finer nuances of Odissi at Gandharva Mahavidyalaya .She was accompanied with her co-dancers , vocalists and  instrumentalists. The guests  were accorded a traditional welcome and the programme commenced with the lighting of the lamp by the school Principal , Senior Headmistress along with the guests.

The artist explained the different forms of classical dance in India and also discussed  the importance of performing arts in our life. The students of classes 8 ,9 and 11 attended the Spic Macay and were enraptured  with her mesmerizing foot work, facial expressions and homogeneity in presentation of this vibrant dance form . It was an interactive session as she also taught the audience some Orissi dance moves .

The guests were offered a sapling as a token of gratitude on behalf of the school. The stories that the artist portrayed through her dance were very interesting . Her performance left  the audience spellbound. It was truly an enriching experience for all.