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Classes VI-XII

Litmosphere– (Literary Club)
Litmosphere is the literary club of the school.
The aim of the club is to inculcate a fondness for language among students and to enhance their literary skills.
The wide spectrum of literary activities undertaken by the Literary Club includes book discussions, interaction with authors, review writing, literary quizzes, writing for various competitions and for the school magazine etc.
Members of the club from senior classes also hold sessions for literati of middle school which include activities such as spin a yarn, poem recitation, weaving a story and many more. The club members are also given summer reading lists and recommendations for books to read over the holidays.
In every school assembly, a literati ( a club member) announces a few words to enhance the vocabulary of all the students.
The literati from senior classes form the editorial board, their main job being editing of articles written by junior students.
The club welcomes anyone and everyone with a passion for writing, reading, and creativity

Teacher Incharge

1. Ms. Neetu Khanna

Office Bearers





Anushka Sabharwal


Vice President

Devina Jain


DebSoc(Debate Society)

The Debate Society, also known as the DebSoc, is one of  the  active clubs of the school.   The DebSoc members are selected every year  through a series of highly competitive Group Discussions, Speeches, and Debates. The members participate  in  more than 9-10 Model United Nations Conferences every year and  have been regular recipients of awards at these conferences. The DebSoc of TISVV has been organising Tagore International School Model United Nations (TISMUN) for 2 consecutive years now. It has been a great success wherein we have had more than 300 students from several schools, in India and abroad participating every year. TISMUN is considered to be one of the top notch MUNs of the Delhi MUN circuit. 

Teacher In-charge(s)

1. Ms. Anuradha Arora
2. Ms. Aastha Kapoor

Office Bearers






Syed Sameed Anwar


Vice President

Shayan Basu Roy



Shrishti(Art Society)

The members of the Tagore Art Society ‘Shrishti’ are proactively involved in various projects within and outside the school and have many laurels in Art Competitions.  There are 22 members in the society ranging from Classes IX to XII. The motto of Tagore Art Society is to spread awareness about art practices and establish the connection of Art and Society through project works. Art society also organizes interesting art competitions for our school students to encourage art appreciation.

The Pallet (Wall Art Magazine), is an interactive project, where in students display different aspects of Classical and Contemporary art practices. Every Year art society students goes for Art Trips to different parts of country as part of experiential learning. Students of Shrishti are always involved in creating backdrops for major school events and contributed installations, paintings and sculptures for the school’s value-based initiatives such as Organ Donation, Acid Attack Survivors etc.

Recently Quilling club is included under Art Society. Students of this club creates amazing quilling products ranging from greeting card, key chains, jewelry etc. These items are displayed on the days of different events in school and sold for charity.

Teacher In-charge(s)

1.Ms. Meena Nagpal
2.Mr. Anjon Bose

Office Bearers





                    Adya Aggarwal                              

  Vice President

  Suhani Sinha         


Students of Quilling club displayed  handmade cards on 31st August 2019 at the parents teachers meet

Students of class XI are exposed to relation of Art and Community, thus implementing a learning module that will enable the students to connect with their direct environment and explore art as a medium of Communication and interaction. 


Quizzador(Quiz Club)

The Quiz Club is a very active club and has members from classes VI-XII. In the last academic session, we had regular sessions with the famous Quiz Master, Mr. Arindam Bhattacharya, where students learnt tips for a successful quiz, different quizzing methods, how to identify their areas of expertise and how to strengthen their knowledge in those areas. Our Quiz Club members regularly attend various Inter-School Quiz competitions and win prizes. Inter-class and intra-class quizzes such as the Sports Quiz to commemorate the National Sports Day and the pop quiz on French Day Celebration are organized by the Quiz Club. 

Teacher In-charge(s)
 1. Ms. Niela Hariharan

Office Bearers





               Puranjay Sharma                   


Vice President

          Pradyumna Bendigeri               


Quiz master Arindam Bhattacharya's Quiz workshop for students of classes IX and X


Online Inter-Branch Quiz held on 29 May 2020

An Online Inter- Branch Quiz competition was held on 29 May 2020 between our Vasant Vihar and East of Kailash branches. It was conducted by Quiz master, Mr. Arindam Bhattacharya. Six students from each branch participated. There were Four teams. Each team comprising of students from classes VI – VIII. The team comprising of Nidhir Bardhan of VI, Aditya Mathur of VII and Kaizan Minotra of VIII of Vasant Vihar stood first.


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Online Inter-Branch Quiz was held on 11 May 2020

An Online Inter- Branch Quiz competition was held on 11 May 2020 between our Vasant Vihar and East of Kailash branches. It was conducted by Quiz master, Mr. Arindam Bhattacharya. Nine students from each branch participated. There were Six teams. Each team comprised of students from classes VI – VIII. The team comprising of Shanmukha Saai of VI, Aditya Mathur VII and Gurbani Bagga VIII of Vasant Vihar stood first.


Team Name

Team members Branch Position

Shanmbukha S S Kasturi

Aditya Mathur

Gurbani Bagga

Vasant Vihar I


Naitik Rai

Shreya Chhawar

East of Kailash II


Naitik Rai

Shreya Chhawar

East of Kailash III



Pyrotech (Computer) Club

The Pyrotech Club consists of Wiz kids who are talented in myriad areas such as digital imaging, web designing, movie making, robotics, programming etc. They help other students gain competence on new software. They not only participate in various inter school computer competitions but also organise computer events within the school. The Annual  Inter-school Computer Fest ‘Ordin@trix’ is conceived, planned and organized entirely by the Pyrotech team.

Teacher In-charge(s)
1. Ms. Bhawna Garg
2. Ms. Guneet Kaur
3. Ms. Meenakshi Tickoo
4. Ms. Manisha Gusain
5. Ms. Swati Gupta

Office Bearers 





Shaivi Shewaramani

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Vice President

Naman Chandok



Students of Senior School had an Online Session on Photography and Movie Making by Mr.Kashu Bhalla , PhotoNest
on 15-16 May 2020


The online interactive sessions on Photography & Movie-making were organized for the students of classes VI - IX & XI with Mr. Kashu Bhalla, Photonest. The sessions took place on 15 & 16 May 2020. The workshop aimed at bringing out the creativity of students by teaching them the art and techniques of photography & Movie-Making. It was designed to inspire young minds to see the various aspects of the same subject creatively. It provided a platform for interactive learning with hands on tips for students on Photography and Movie-Making. The students were given exposure to rules of Colour & Compositions, like rules of thirds, rules of leading lines, frame in frame etc., in photography along with differences in Short Film, Feature Film, & Documentary Films, Ideation, script writing, for feature films and short films. The workshop catered to a lot of queries about camera handing, ISO of a camera, green screen, screenplay etc to name a few. More than 130 students participated enthusiastically and made the workshop a success. 

Eco Club

The Eco Cub which is called ’Green Teens’ consists of about 40 members from the classes VI-IX. The aim of the club is to work towards protecting the environment and come up with the new ideas to improve the school campus. They have undertaken various projects such as paper recycling, rain  water harvesting, waste segregation, recycling of tetra packs etc.

Teacher In-charge(s)

1. Ms. Vandana S. Gupta

2. Ms. Vinha Vijay

Office Bearers





              Gulnoor Kaur                               


  Vice President

Debashata Choudhary                


Survey among school staff regarding segregation of waste

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Planting of herbs and taking care of plants

Collection and segregation of paper for recycling
A fancy poster made from recycled paper
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Earth Day 2020 Celebration #online


Earth Day is celebrated every year on  April 22nd since 1970. The main aim of Earth Day is to raise awareness about the negative impact our actions as mankind have on our environment. With this eco-spirit, our young Green Teens Team , celebrated Earth Day this year at home and pledged to keep our mother earth safe for the future.


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 World Environment Day celebrated on 05 June 2020

World Environment Day is celebrated on 5th June every year. Its aim is to raise global awareness and mobilise action for environment protection.

In the year 1972, the United Nations Conference on the Human environment was held from 5th June to 16th June. After that, every year on 5th June, it has been hosted by different countries of the world with different theme.
This year's theme of World Environment Day is BIODIVERSITY.

Biodiversity boosts ecosystem productivity where each species, no matter how small, all have an important role to play.

For example:

And so, while we dominate this planet, we still need to preserve the diversity in wildlife.

To keep up with the pace our CLIMATE WARRIORS have contributed to mother earth in a variety of ways.

  • Making bird feeders
  • Planting trees
  • Writing slogans
  • Making posters



Pledge to be climate-conscious, create awareness within families & communities. Every minute counts, be a Climate Warrior.



Towards a pollution-free planet

Human activities contaminate ecosystems around the world—from pole to pole, from the highest mountains to the ocean deep. Toxic chemicals can be found in pristine forests and the blood of Arctic animals. Litter floats beneath the surface of oceans miles away from land. Even excess noise and light are interrupting natural patterns and disrupting the lives of animals and people.

Pollution today is pervasive and persistent. While the world has achieved significant economic growth over the past few decades, it has been accompanied by large amounts of pollution, with significant impacts on human health and ecosystems and the ways in which some of the major Earth systems processes, such as the climate, are functioning. The posters describes the pollution challenge, explores what is already being done to address pollution, and proposes focused and actionable interventions to address pollution in all its forms. Let us all take a call on the occasion of WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY (5TH JUNE 2020) to act towards a pollution-free planet.

A pollution-free planet is by far and away the best insurance for the survival and well-being of current and future generations of humans and ecosystems.

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WWF organization organized a Plastic Tide Turner challenge with 3 rounds - Entry level, Leader level, Champion level and each level having 4 tasks each. 
Tishya Chandok of class 7C has successfully completed all the 3 rounds. The 3 rounds included various online talks, making of posters and a lot of creativity.
She has received the certificate of merit for completion of the CHAMPION LEVEL. And as been given the title of a PLASTIC TIDE TURNER.


Photography Club

The Photography Club was officially set up in school in the session 2014 – 2015. It provides a unique platform for enthusiasts to showcase their photographic art as an expression of  sensitivity, fun and joy. To offer situations to practice photography , the enthusiasts of the Club regularly take photo walks . Frequent workshops are conducted by Canon ,to guide and encourage students about the skills of the art.

Teacher In-charge
1. Ms. Meenakshi Tickoo

2. Ms. Swati Gupta

Office Bearers





                    Manya Kamath                              


  Vice President

Suhana Mehta           



Session on Photography lighting techniques was conducted by Mr. Virendra Singh for the students of photography club on
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Display of exquisite work done by students at Parents Teacher Meet on 7th September 2019 
Session on "Photography Gears" conducted by Mr. Imran Kokiloo for the students of Photography club on 20 July 2019
Tagorean Awareness Society

Tagorean Awareness Society was founded in 2014 .It aims at promoting cleanliness in school and supports a school for the underprivileged. To inculcate the feeling of cleanliness among the students TAS has initiated the ‘Cleanest Classroom  Award’ for middle school & senior school. The winner is announced every month. They receive a trophy which they proudly display in their class for a month. The TAS members visit the Samparan School in Vasant Kunj where they conduct activities for the children. They also distribute storybooks and eatables.

Teacher In-charge
1. Ms. Maitreyee Bhattacharya
2. Ms. Radhika Sharma 

Office Bearers

Post Name Class


Shradha Hariharan

Vice President

Trisha Sood


Science Astronomy - Kritika

Space club seeks to build fascination, innovation, passion and total commitment to vision of spreading the awareness and knowledge of astronomy facts to the students. In the club, over the session the astronomers from the SPACE expose children to various activities related to celestial bodies.


  • Dr. Remy Kaul
  • Ms. Tulika Joshi

Webinar on “Our Cosmic Consciousness” 

Our students, of class X along with  students of the Astronomy club,organized a webinar on Our Cosmic Consciousness on Saturday, 18.7.2020.

Dr .Debiprosad Duari,Director,Research & Academics,

M.P Birla Institute of Fundamental research,M.P Birla Planetarium,an illuminary in the field of Astronomy shared his vast knowledge on the subject through an effective and absorbing presentation with the participants.

Dr Duari deliberated on various interesting pieces of information  about Planets, Comets, Asteroids, Sun & Stars.The sessions was concluded by our respected speaker on the note that Astronomy encompasses all other disciplines of science in it.

The session was a huge success  with as many as 110 participating in it.Dr. Durari was highly impressed by  the quality of the questions that students our school put forth in the question answer session.

Astronomy Day Celebrated on 19 February 2020

The event was organised by students of Astronomy club from classes  VI to VIII and it had a display of various astronomy related activities.

There were a lot of queries exchanged between the students and teachers which made  an interactive session amongst the students. Overall the observation camp was a successful activity where astronomy club students learnt the basics of astronomy in an easy way and gained practical knowledge.


S.O.C.H - The Society Of Caretakers of Heritage

While a school is an institution wherein the dissemination of education takes place, what sets Tagore International School apart from others in the field, is its constant endeavor to see through the impact of this education by creating opportunities for the young minds to apply the learning gained.

One such step in this direction was taken by ‘Dharohar, the Heritage club of the school that created a separate group of the senior school students and decided to call it  SOCH- The Society Of Caretakers of Heritage . Through this initiative, these students were given a platform to become guides for their juniors, the students of class V and conduct heritage walks for them and their parents.

The volunteers from classes IX –XI became a part of this new initiative and post an extensive research carried out by them, they conducted the first walk for class V C on Friday 05 February 2016 at the Safdarjung’s Tomb. The group was successful in generating a great degree of excitement among the students who took the walk and were greatly praised by their class teacher, Ms. Shivani Sharma who also accompanied them. An annual heritage walk for the parents of the students has also been organised ever since.

Teacher In-charge

1. Ms. Yachna Villaitrani

Office Bearers


Name Class


Sanya Sarin XI A

Vice President

Divya Sijwali X A





Theatre brings out creativity in students and fires their imaginationStudents of classes I-V are introduced to theatre through games, interactive activities, narration, story-telling, role plays, mask making etc. The students are thus encouraged to refine their communication skills and expressions in dialogue delivery. Theatre encourages teamwork and cultivates an atmosphere of respect for each other among the students. It also helps to develop confidence and builds their self-esteem. The students learn to portray their ideas and emotions with clarity and also learn to relate to the characters. They are able to face a large audience with aplomb. 

Public Speaking

Students of Classes I to V are trained to overcome the fear of stage performance in front of a large group. They are trained to speak effectively, to enhance their self-confidence, to introduce one self and also to greet others and convey messages correctly. The methodology is an interesting amalgamation of activities such as group discussions, role plays, poetry recitation, dramatization and class discussions on various topics.

Special Features

Inclusive Education Programme

As part of the school's community outreach initiative, a number of students from the National Blind Association are regular students of our school. The school provides computer education with a software called NVDA/JAWS that allows them to interact with the computer. The students have been integrated into the mainstream education system and are being taught in classrooms along with the other children. Active participation and involvement is elicited from them in all class activities. They do their daily assignments on their Braille or on their Laptops.Students from grade VI onwards take their exams via the computer. Special care is also taken to teach students with learning disability. They are tutored by a special educator in the 'Special Education Room' throughout the day. Another special educator visits the school every morning and conducts classes for children with special needs. They are taught with easy methods of learning so that they are at par with the other students.

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Learning through NVDA software Special Education


 Counselling Centre

The school has two qualified Psychologists who conduct counselling sessions for the students and teachers. They also handle the Career Aptitude Program and make a personality profile of all the students, to share and discuss with the parents. Ever alert and empathetic, they are able to help a number of students every year with the psychological problems that are on the rise. They maintain open houses for whoever wishes to discuss anything with them, and also conduct  Peer Mentoring Sessions for the students.

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Counselling Session Counselling Session Peer Mentoring Program
Workshops and Seminars

The school arranges workshops and seminars for teachers as well as students in Delhi and outside Delhi. Every year, a few members of the staff are sent overseas to learn new and modern educational pedagogy for making teaching-learning more effective. Professional Development Programs are organized to enhance the skills and outlooks of teachers and other facilitators.

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A session by Mr. Jattinn Kochhar on fashion designing and styling for the students of classes X-XII A workshop by Dr. V.S. Ravindaran on needs and strategies for successful parenting. 3D Game designing workshop for the students of classes VI-XI
 Virtual Classroom

Expanding on the theme of Going Global, the school conducts an e-learning programme in collaboration with Jinyuan Senior High School, Shanghai, China. In this initiative, our students learn Tai-Ji and Calligraphy and teach Chinese students Yoga , Kathak and Indian folk Painting, through video-conferencing, every week.

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Students of Jinyuan High School,China learning Warli Art . Studentsof TIS learning calligraphy from Jinyuan High School,China Yoga being taught to students of Jinyuan High School,China
 International Teacher and Student Exchange Programme

The school has been a pioneer for International Teacher and Student Exchange Programmes with France, China, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Indonesia, Singapore and Pakistan. Our teachers and students visit schools overseas and in exchange, we host teachers and students from foreign schools every year.

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Students and teachers represented India in International Cultural Exchange Program at Beijing ,China Students and teachers at 6th Shanghai International Youth Science and Technology Expo held at Shanghai Sohini Chakrabarti at the Global Citizens Youth Summit, Massachusetts, USA

Instrumental Music

Students of I-V are taught the basic ideas of music – constructions of chords, scales and finger patterns on the synthesizer. At this beginner level, only synthesizers are allowed in order to help students understand the basics on one instrument before progressing to others in senior classes. Songs and instrumental pieces are given each month to understand the theories taught. The students showcase their talent in the Annual Performing Arts Festival and through class and home assignments. 


Nursery & Kindergarten

The most impressionable age in a child's life is the pre-primary age. At this age, the development of the child is rapid and they absorb almost all that is taught to them. The onus, therefore, is on the adults to impart knowledge that would help the child develop good habits, proper attitudes and an inquisitive mind. Our Kindergarten offers the Montessori approach to learning that helps the young child inculcate knowledge, skills and confidence, thus giving them a firm foundation. Each classroom of Nursery and KG is well equipped with educational toys and audio and video learning resources. Story telling sessions, including a vast array of fairy tales take them to a world of joy and constructive learning. The play area has been planned to provide maximum fun while ensuring safety through specially designed slides and splash pool and a rubber foam tiled floor. The curriculum for Nursery and KG takes care of the development of personal, social, behavioural, intellectual, communicative and motor skills. Language skills are developed in the order of Learning, Speaking, Reading and Writing.

 Classes I-V

Classes I – V have been following the CCE method since 2002 and this encourages the students to work equally on various aspects of their scholastic and co-scholastic skills. Technology is an integral part of the learning environment in every classroom. Every lesson is planned in detail and implemented in an innovative way based on Bloom’s Taxonomy, and caters to students with different learning styles. The multiple intelligences of students are assessed at the start of the session and these are used to help plan the lesson.

Classes VI – X

The curriculum in classes VI – X is developed keeping in mind the skills of the 21st century. Students are taught to be lifelong learners through independent thinking, critical reading, writing and analytical skills. The formative activities are selected to enhance the interest of students in the subject besides linking the information with their daily life to keep it relevant to the student.

In classes VI – VIII, the school follows the three language formula with English and Hindi as compulsory subjects and a choice between Sanskrit, Mandarin, and French as the third language.

In classes IX and X, a student has to study two languages besides Science, Social Science and Mathematics. English being compulsory, the student chooses from Hindi, Sanskrit and French as the second language.

Classes XI – XII

The school offers three streams in classes XI and XII with a variety of subject options to cater to the needs and abilities of the student. Details of subject stream options are as below:The  following are the options available in Class XI

Subject options available in the three streams are as follows:-

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* In the Science stream, if a student opts for either Economics or Computer Science as the fourth subject, she /he has to compulsorily offer Mathematics as the fifth subject.

 Eligibility criteria for Stream/Subjects allocation is as follow:




HUMANITIES ( for opting for Psychology & Economics only)











Please Note:

  • English Core is compulsory for all streams.
  • Economics / Psychology / Home Science will be offered on a first come first served basis at the time of registration, due to limited seats.


Indian Vocal Music

Vocal music offers a wide creative landscape for students to paint their feelings and emotions. Memory is enhanced as songs and notations are learnt. Various festivals take on new meanings as songs and melodies are taught to arouse interest and capture the joy of music. Classical training in music is also imparted to interested students. The pursuit of such creative activities adds another meaningful dimension to school life.

School Spaces

School Building

The red school building stands proud with spacious, airy, well-lit classrooms boasting of aesthetically designed furniture painted according to a colour scheme specific to each grade. The four wings of the building enclose an atrium, with space for students to play in, is embellished with plants and climbers, creating a green space which instantly rejuvenates and invites.

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 BALA (Building As a Learning Aid)

The pavements around the atrium are painted with the map of Delhi, the Periodic Table of Elements, the Phases of the Moon, the Globe, the Multiplication Tables and a Timeline correlating the history of Delhi, India and the world. We also have the map of India in relief on a wall, which makes studying the political and physical features of our country easy. 

The kindergarten block has colourful beads on the railings, which serve as an abacus, an aid to learning colours, numbers, series and patterns. All these are part of our effort to make maximum use of our resources. Using the building as a learning aid (BALA) introduces a new dimension to educational experiences, making content and learning more vivid and long lasting.

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Two auditoria, with a total seating capacity of 750 people, are used for a range of activities like presentations, orientations, cultural events and celebrations. The auditorium on the ground floor has been renovated recently, in a design that is modern and functional. The acoustics, lighting and air conditioning are all state-of-the-art and give the auditorium a sophisticated look. With a high – tech Bose sound system and speakers from Shure, the sound field created ensures a nearly individual reception of sound by every member of the audience. The range and placement of the lighting fixtures ensures maximum effectiveness during a performance.

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 Auditorium 2

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Audio Visual Rooms

Two Audio Visual Rooms with LCD Projectors and multimedia kits are utilized for the workshops, competitions and seminars. With pleasing interiors and the latest AV equipment, they provide just the right ambience for these activities.

Audio Visual Room 1

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Audio Visual Room 2

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Altars of learning, the classrooms are euipped with LCD Projectors and White screens. Ebeams (Interactive whiteboards) have been installed in each of the classes from I-X.  The students from class VI to VIII are taught using Educosoft, an interactive program, to make the concepts efficacious. The learning environment is further empowered through subject-specific charts, a creative corner and a word wall that provides additional supports in the teaching-learning process.

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Science Labs

The Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Home Science Labs are all equipped with the latest equipment required to affect long-term, practical learning. The students in the Chemistry Lab use Micro Kits which are a mini replica of the regularly used test tubes and other apparatus and reduce the amount of chemicals used, thus impacting the scale of the effect they have on the environment. Every lab has a Wall of Fame with picture of fames scientists to encourage the students and a board where the latest news from the world of Science is displayed and then discussed in the class.

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 Computer Labs

The three state-of-the-art technology labs are equipped with the latest software and hardware, LCD’s and white boards, and DSLR's and video cameras to encourage students in artistic pursuits such as movie making, photography and event management. Classes I-V employ Chrysalis as part of our curriculum partnership with EZVidya.

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 Social Science Lab

The Social Science Laboratory is a veritable mine of a plethora of maps and 3-D representations of our planet "Earth" and its key physical features. The Map Tracers and Sand Pit to aid in the study of Topography make Geography easy to understand and apply. History comes to life with the pictorial depictions and tactile models of artefacts. The interactive Smart Board adds to the realistic learning of the social sciences.

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Language Lab

The language lab in the school offers an exclusive result oriented and efficient system to enrich the language learning process. The digital lab motivates students’ learning attitude, providing an interactive learning environment. The audio-visual aids fulfil the instructional needs of language educators and gives life to language. The ergonomically designed furniture and seating structure is conducive to an interactive and healthy learning environment.


S.P.A.R.K Lab

The STEAM Lab, rechristened SPARK (an acronym that stands for Science, Programming, Art, Research and Kreativity) has been relocated to a new venue, the Music room, which in turn has been relocated to the Robotics lab. The lab’s interiors have been redesigned, creating an aesthetically pleasing environment for the students of the club to work in. The lab is equipped with new 3D printers, computers with latest configurations and professional CAD & CAM software for design and innovation, new robotics kits, sensors and electronic equipment. The S -like arrangement of the tables   has created workstations that reflect the modern workplace, and will aid in collaboration and peer-to-peer learning.

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 School Library

The journey of a lifetime starts with the turning of a page. The school has two large libraries, junior and senior, with an excellent collection of books, journals and magazines. The motto of our library is:



The primary goal of our libraries is to aid students and teachers in their quest for knowledge and to ensure that students are efficient users of information. Ready access to materials in all formats, regular activities and discussions related to books and authors, opens a new world for the students.

The Library maintains an attractive and inviting physical environment which acts as the information centre for all the activities that go on in the school and allows for an enriched learning experience. The school library is also equipped with audio books for academic and general reading to cater to the visually impaired students.






Activity Rooms

Creative pursuits go hand in hand with academic success. The school has well-equipped rooms for Art and Craft, Vocal Music, Dance, Instrumental Music, Clay modelling and Meal Planning. Activities such as Taekwondo, Yoga, Aerobics, Electronics, Public speaking and Painting begin the day for our tiny tots of the Primary School.


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 Physical Education

The school provides a variety of outdoor and indoor games to build team spirit, physical stamina and sportsmanship. The Physical Education department stocks an assortment of modern equipment required for various games. Coaches specialised in Football, Basketball, Athletics, Volleyball, Handball and Cricket train the students every morning.

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Medical Room

A qualified nurse is available full time to provide first aid in case of emergencies. The medical room is equipped with the latest apparatus and medicine. The school doctor visits regularly for medical check-up of all students and to look after the referred cases. The clinic ensures that a complete first aid kit is provided for each trip the school undertakes.

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 School Transport System

The school has a fleet of buses run by experienced drivers and conductors. The smooth plying of the buses is the responsibility of the transport supervisor. All students are expected to follow bus rules. Parents may, on rotation, supervise the bus routes and submit their reports to the Principal.

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 CCTV Surveillance

To ensure the safety and security of the students and staff, the school is fully equipped with CCTV (Closed Circuit television) cameras at the various vantage points within the school premises.

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 Fire Fighting Equipment

Fire fighting equipment is installed in all the corridors and laboratories of the school. Regular disaster management drills are conducted in the school to prepare students and teachers to handle any emergency.

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The school has a clean, hygienic and well maintained cafeteria that serves nutritious food to the students and teachers. As a policy, the school discourages unhealthy food and so, the cafeteria only serves food that is wholesome and balanced. No aerated drinks or fast food is served here.

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An elevator has been installed for the convenience of the staff, the injured and physically challenged students. A designated lift operator ensures a smooth run of the installation.

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Indian Classical Dance

"Dancing is the loftiest, the most moving, and the most beautiful of the arts because it is no mere translation or abstraction from life, itself"

Inspired by the famous words of Henry Havelock Ellis, students are encouraged to learn and understand the different classical dance art forms in India. They receive formal training in Kathak and other folk dances. Students are also encouraged to hold an Annual Presentation where they project their hard work and understanding of myriad dance styles.

Co-Scholastic Education

Values and life skills imbibed in the formative years of a school- going child, sets a base for the holistic growth of the child and builds the child’s personality .To inculcate a spirit of healthy competition among the students, and to acknowledge their talents, the Pre Primary and Primary class students have inter – class competitions , while Tagoreans from classes VI-XII are divided into houses for the same. The monthly co-curricular and the sports events  for the inter- House competitions are planned and implemented by the Student Council, in consultation with the Senior School Headmistress. Each student can participate only in  three events in a year to ensure that every student gets a fair chance to participate in an event of their choice. The students can decide which ones are best suited for them in advance. Auditions are held for selection amongst the interested students. The selected candidates, with the help of the House- in-charge and Teachers -in-charge, are groomed to hone their skills/ talent for the final performance.  The four Houses, represented by their distinct colours, are as below:





The lyrics of the School Song  ‘Aham Yogya Asmi’  clearly reflect the  motto of the four Houses.

Performing and Visual Arts
The activities offered in the varied performing and visual art classes provide a forum for the growth of students by tapping their creativity, talent and energy, besides improving their coordination, flexibility, agility, strength and the finer motor skills.
The  Annual Performing Art Festival  ‘Sanchayan”  for classes I to V  and “Expressions” for the Pre-Primary,  which is a culmination  and  celebration of their talent in music, art, theatre, public speaking and dance, are much-awaited and looked-forward-to events in the school’s calendar.
The students also get opportunities to showcase their skills in varied activities conducted within the school, be it a song or dance for the school assembly, invocation for special programs or events celebrated in the school or the school song sung during school assemblies.  

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Classes I-V

  1. Theatre
  2. Public Speaking
  3. Instrumental Music (Keyboard) 
  4. Indian Classical Dance
  5. Clay Modelling
  6. Indian Vocal Music
Classes VI-VIII







Physical Education
Keeping the idea of “A Sound Mind in a Sound Body”, the school lays emphasis on building physical strength, fitness and endurance. All the students take part in physical activities during the regular Physical Education Period.
The PEC CARD ACTIVITIES have been introduced at the Primary Level and the students have been learning the concepts related to English, EVS and Math in a play way method, which is a more effective and enjoyable. Physical fitness is also a parameter of evaluation and hence along with athletics and sports, a Mass PT is conducted where children are trained to develop coordination, endurance, speed, agility, strength and the fine motor skills.  Interpersonal skills and team spirit is the natural fallout of adapting to a group.
Every year, the school holds Annual Athletic Meet, both for Junior and Senior school students where the students display their athletic prowess and compete with a healthy spirit.
Weekly classes for the primary in yoga and karate teach students self defense, discipline, achieve fitness, control and harmony.  Meditation & Pranayama are taught to the children to improve concentration.


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Nursery and Kindergarten
  1. Swimming
  2. Skating
 Classes I-V
  1. Physical Fitness through fun games with Physical Education Cards
  2. Basketball
  3. Cricket
  4. Football
  5. Volley Ball
  6. Track Events
  7. Badminton
  8. Throwball
  9. Table Tennis
  10. Yoga
  11. Aerobics
  12. Tae-kwon-do

Classes VI-XII 

  1. Football
  2. Basketball
  3. Cricket
  4. Volley Ball
  5. Badminton
  6. Table Tennis
  7. Track Events

The clubs offered by the school are complementary to academic education. They develop specific skills that are crucial for one’s career.  They aim to make students more qualified and confident  to adapt to the real world. Club activities for classes VI-VIII are held on a weekly basis during school hours. The club meetings for senior school students also happen on a regular basis and students are mentored for interschool, national and International level events.



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Classes VI-XII

  1. Litmosphere - (Literary Club)
  2. Cultural Club
  3. DebSoc(Debate Society)
  4. Shrishti(Art Society)
  5. Quizzador(Quiz Club)
  6. Pyrotech (Computer) Club
  7. Eco Club
  8. Photography Club
  9. Tagorean Awareness Society
  10. S.O.C.H. Club
  11. Theatre
  12. Interact Club






Clay Modelling

An outstanding sensory development activity for little hands, clay modelling is taught to students of classes I to V. It is a pleasure to watch their petite fingers at work, making colourful and artistic models of Gods, lamps, masks, artefacts etc. Clay modelling helps these children develop fine motor skills and dexterity. It also enhances their creative and imaginative skills. The activity in itself is therapeutic and channels the energy of our toddlers in a constructive fashion. Their problem solving and decision making skills sharpen as they learn to make beautiful things with clay, using planning, constructing and deconstructing techniques.



 Ms. Nikita Tomar Mann
 From the Principal's Desk

A sense of pride fills me as I head Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar, a school which  has retained the ethos of core values which form the edifice  of  education while marching ahead on uncharted trails. 

In keeping with the motto of the school” I Am Worthy’, we provide diverse learning experiences for our students to propel academic excellence and   personal growth. The  curriculum and the day’s routine offers opportunities and ample scope to  equip Tagoreans with requisite life skills for their emotional well being  in order to succeed,  promote a "can do" attitude, handle setbacks and inspire each other to put their best foot forward.  We constantly seek parental co-operation and involvement  to meet our  common objective of nurturing worthy citizens of tomorrow.

The school philosophy resonates with the quote by Anne Frank ,”How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world”. Through multiple community connect initiatives, we endeavour to create leaders with healthy self-identities, tolerant of divergent thinking and  persevering to act locally and think globally for positive enagement with society. 

Teachers at TIS remain committed to support character building through personal development, social responsibility and a sense of self-worth in each child. As a Professional  Learning Community, our goal as educators is to not only challenge our students, but to ensure that  through regular and systematized professional development programmes we relentlessly raise the bar for  ourselves.

‘The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education’~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

Senior Education Advisor

Ms. Madhulika Sen


 A Tagorean Teacher is

  • a facilitator who guides the students and encourages self –learning.
  • an open minded person who respects the individuality of every one.
  • a role model who ensures that students imbibe personality traits that make them useful contributors towards society and the country.
  • enthusiastic, dedicated, conscientious and highly motivated to adapt to new innovative ideas and well versed with modern education systems.

 Classrooms Process includes:

  • Activity based lessons
  • Educational outings and excursions based on the syllabus
  • Computer PowerPoint presentations to reinforce the lesson
  • Audio Visual aids such as charts, models, smart boards, slides,videos,ted talks etc.
  • Research work and projects
  • The teacher as a facilitator
  • Creating an environment where self learning takes place.
  • A Paradigm shift from ‘teaching’ to ‘learning’.
Senior School Faculty
Junior School Faculty
Faculty List 


  • Ms. Nikita Tomar Mann (Principal)
  • Ms. N. Saroj (Dean -Academics)
  • Ms. Alka Sharma(Senior Headmistress)
  • Ms. Shruti Sharma (Junior Headmistress)
  • Ms. Madhulika Sen (Senior Education Advisor)
  • Ms. Neera Chopra (Academic Consultant)


English Faculty
  • Ms. Aastha Kapoor (HOD- VI to XII)
  • Ms. Sudakshina Mukherjee (HOD- I to II)
  • Ms. Neetu Khanna (HOD- III to V)
  • Ms. Rima Pant
  • Ms. Rita Ronita Sen
  • Ms. Pallavi Bendigiri
  • Ms. Madhu Pathania
  •  Ms. Rajni Wasan
Math Faculty
  • Ms. Shruti Chandhoke (HOD- VI to XII)
  • Ms. Anuradha Rao
  • Ms. Deepti Sisondia
  • Ms. Uma Ganesh
  • Ms. Kulbinder Chawla
  • Ms. Nidhi Sood
  • Ms. Abha Ratra (HOD- I to V)
  • Ms. Sushma Sangwan
Science Faculty
  • Ms. Gauri Sen (HOD- VI to XII)
  • Ms. Vandana Sen Gupta
  • Dr. Remy Kaul
  • Mr. Vinod Ranjan
  • Ms. Vibha Vijay
  • Ms. Nidhi Dimri
  • Ms. Kalpana Vijayan Das
  • Ms. Geeta Gosain (HOD- EVS- I to II)
  • Ms. Neetu Swarnakar (HOD- EVS- III to V)
  • Ms. Chetna Sawhney
  • Ms. Kopila Sharma
Hindi Faculty
  • Ms. Sonia Bhatia (HOD)
  • Ms. Uma Chopra
  • Ms. Priya Pal
  • Ms. Sonia Mangal
  • Ms. Renu Giri
  • Ms. Jyoti
  • Ms.  Kalpana Bajpai
       Social Science Faculty
  • Ms. N. Saroj
  • Ms. Anuradha Arora  (HOD- VI to XII)
  • Ms. Maitreyee Bhattacharya 
  • Ms. Yachna Villaitrani
  • Ms. Navita Singh Golaya
  • Ms. Radhika Sharma
  • Ms. Rima Pant
  • Ms. Madhu Pathania
  • Ms. Neetu Swarnakar
  • Ms. Chetna Sawhney
  • Ms. Kopila Sharma
       Home Science Faculty
  • Ms. Misha Sharma Mehrotra
Psychology Faculty
  • Ms. Komal Pandey Sharma
                        Project Director
  • Ms. Vedica Saxena


       Commerce Faculty
  • Ms. Manpreet Kaur
  • Ms. Sameera Malhotra (Economics)
      Sanskrit Faculty
  • Ms. Usha Rani
      French Faculty
  • Ms. Niela Hariharan
      Mandarin Faculty
  • Ms. Tina Yang
       Computer Science Faculty
  • Ms. Bhawna Garg (HOD)
  • Ms. Guneet Kaur
  • Ms. Meenakshi Tickoo
  • Ms. Manisha Gusain
  • Ms.Swati Gupta
  • Mr. Bhupesh Jaiswal
       Arts Faculty
  • Ms. Meena Nagpal (HOD Performing Arts)
  • Mr. Anjon Bose
      Dance Faculty
  • Ms. Malovika Sarkar
Music Faculty
  • Ms. Alka Sharma (Indian Vocal Music)
  • Mr. Joshua Peter (Western Music)
      Sports Faculty
  • Mr. Parveen Kumar (HOD)
  • Mr. Nishant Sharma
  • Ms. Suvira Sahni
  • Mr. Lokesh Pant
       Office Staff
  • Mr. Rajeev Agarwal
  • Ms. Kalika Wadhawan
  • Ms. Geeta Bhambani
  • Ms. Tripta Sharma
  • Ms. Simita Nayyar
  • Ms. Shikha Sareen
       Administrative Officer
  • Mr. Harvinder Walia



      Class I Faculty
  • Ms. Pampa Chatterjee
  • Ms. Lini Roy
  • Ms. Snigdha Khajuria
      Class II Faculty
  • Ms. Aditi Goria
  • Ms. Vandana Trivedi
  • Ms. Kritika Negi
      Class III Faculty
  • Ms. Meenakshi
  • Ms. Monica Kakkar
  • Ms. Trisha Sood
      Nursery Faculty
  • Ms. Ritu Bakshi (Nur.A)
  • Ms. Meenakshi Sharma (Nur.A)
  • Ms. Deepali Mathur (Nur.B)
  • Ms. Kiranbir (Nur.B)
  • Ms. Abha Halder (Nur.C)
  • Ms. Rashmi Dua (Nur.C) 
      KG Faculty
  • Ms. Shweta Chawla (KG A)
  • Ms. Heena Kakkar (KG A)
  • Ms. Vandana Jairath (KG B)
  • Ms. Shobita Madan (KG B)
  • Ms. Shalini Duggal (KG C)
  • Ms. Nikita (KG C)
  • Ms. Alka Bansal
  • Ms. Loveleen Chugh
      Activity Coordinator
  • Ms. Anju Guleria
  • Ms. Seema Maniktala
      Lab Faculty
  • Ms. Geeta Arora
  • Ms. Nidhi Kapoor
  • Ms. Tulika Joshi
  • Ms. Pooja Bakshi (VI to XII)
  • Ms. Komal Pandey Sharma (Nursery to Class V)



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