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Activities conducted under the 'Ek Bharat-Shrestha Bharat' Programme by CBSE in the month of January 2021
Under the innovative ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’ programme undertaken by the Ministry of Education, there were a number of activities organized by the school in the month of January. The aim was that students learn more about Sikkim and its unique culture, flora fauna, geographical and political situation and other aspects of life there. The month of January saw students participating in the news hour activities with a lot of enthusiasm. The students of Classes VI to VIII presented news hours covering all the important news related to the state of Sikkim. This helped them gain interest in the news reading and was an innovative way to collect vital and current information about Sikkim. The students enjoyed reading the news and sharing their experiences.
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National Mathematics Day was celebrated in school on 22 December 2020
Birth Anniversary  of India's famous Mathematician, Srinivasa Iyengar Ramanujan  was celebrated with  students of classes I to XI by engaging them  in various interesting activities  . 
Students of Primary Classes marked the celebrations throughout the week .
Students of Class IX were shown a video, 'Toys from Trash' - Arvind Gupta which explains that triangles are stable as compared to squares followed by a virtual tour from Google Earth on Triangular Structures. The virtual tour included monuments from around the world like Eiffel tower, Louvre Museum, Luxor Hotel , Nevada. The celebrations ended with an activity in which students made a tetrahedron using origami. 

Students of Class XI made a paper garland for themselves by converting the area of an  A4 sheet into a perimeter by using the whole sheet ,without discarding any  portion of the sheet.


Sikkim , a North Eastern State of India -- Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat activities conducted in  the month of December 2020
In keeping with the activities conducted in the month of November'20 as part of the Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat programme, students of TIS,VV, explored another dimension of their partner state- Sikkim in the second installment of the programme. They say love for food connects people like no other and this is what we witnessed in the month of December'20. Our tiny tots explored the cuisine of this spectacular state. From making picture collages to presentations to quiz, our students of classes I-V and their teachers left no stone unturned to extract as much information as possible. It is noteworthy to point out that class III learnt about the geographical location of the state and its climatic conditions which have a bearing on its vegetation. Classes VI, VII and VIII explored places of tourist interest and made a display board on the same. Classes IX and XI penned down their thoughts in the form of a paragraph describing the picturesque state and its rich culture. It was indeed a truly enriching experience for the students.
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Computer Science Week was celebrated from 14 to 20 December 2020
To commemorate the Computer Science Week, several activities, based on artificial intelligence (AI), were conducted for classes I-VIII and XI. The students were introduced to AI based applications, videos, game-play, and a series of quizzes were conducted on technology followed by the discussions. 
For classes VI-VIII, students were guided to train the machine models (using Google Teachable Machines for supervised Machine Learning), creating and adding chatbots to their websites  and making a gaming app. 
Students of class XI used openCV to work on images in Python programming language.
Students participated enthusiastically and were excited  to use the AI during their regular online sessions for computers.
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Activities organized under the ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’ programme, in the month of November with our partner school, The Army Public School, Gangtok

Under the innovative ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’ programme undertaken by the Ministry of Education, there were a number of activities organized by the school in the month of November. This was to enhance understanding and bonding between the two states- Delhi and Sikkim. The activities aimed at promoting the spirit of national integration through a deep and structured engagement between the partner states.

The collaborative project with The Army Public School, Gangtok was designed for students of classes I-XI. The students of both the schools came together virtually through Google Meet.

The students of class I to V greeted their peer group with five simple greetings like ‘suprabhat, namaste etc’. The students from our school spoke in Hindi and the students from APS, Gangtok in Sikkimese. It was very interesting for the young ones to be able to see and speak with their counter parts even in these unprecedented times. 

The middle school students of classes VI-VIII introduced themselves in their native tongues i.e Hindi and Sikkimese respectively which was translated in English for all to facilitate comprehension. The enthusiastic lot of students also tried to pick up each other’s language to be able to communicate.

The senior school students of classes IX-XI, had prepared the song ‘Koshish karne walon ki kabhi haar nahi hoti’ and beautifully rendered it for their peer group. The students of APS, Gangtok also presented a Nepalese song. The students then explained the meaning of the song in English to each other. Music connected the lively and energetic students who thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

The activities not only helped in augmenting awareness about the partner state, but also facilitated the students in understanding the rich, vibrant and diverse culture of India.

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Diwali celebration activities were organised across the classes on 13 November 2020

Diya decoration competition along with quiz on Ramayana was organised in class VIII B

An online Diya decoration competition was organised as a part of Diwali celebrations in class VIII B. An online quiz on Ramayana  was also organised. The winners were declared and chocolates were gifted to the winners through online mode.

Diwali celebrations with many exciting activities in class VII C
Diwali was celebrated in class VII C with many exciting activities like eco-friendly diya making by paper, Art work of making Lakshmi Ji's foot, puzzle game of 'Guess the sweets'. The students really enjoyed themselves and enthusiastically took part in the celebrations!!
An online slogan writing activity was conducted in class VI A
An online slogan writing activity was conducted with the students of class VI A on the topic 'Aim for Cracker and Covid Free Diwali' as a part of Diwali celebration.
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हिन्दी दिवस गतिविधि --  कक्षा सात-पर्यायवाची शब्दों को एक गाने में पिरोते हुए हिंदी भाषा व कला का समायोजन
हिंदी दिवस के उपलक्ष्य पर कक्षा में आयोजित भिन्न-भिन्न गतिविधियों के माध्यम से छात्रों ने हिंदी दिवस को उत्सव के रूप में मनाया। कक्षा 7 में छात्रों ने जहां हिंदी भाषा  के प्रति अपने प्रेम व अपनत्व को प्रकट किया, वही साथ ही साथ छात्रों ने पर्यायवाची शब्दों को एक गाने में पिरोते हुए हिंदी भाषा व कला का समायोजन प्रस्तुत किया। मधुर गीत संगीत के माध्यम से भी छात्रों ने हिंदी भाषा के प्रति लगाव को प्रदर्शित किया।
हिन्दी दिवस गतिविधि --  कक्षा छठी-सुंदर अभिनय तथा रामायण के कुछ उत्साहवर्द्धक संवादों  की प्रस्तुति
कक्षा छठी के छात्रों ने हिंदी दिवस के अवसर पर सुंदर अभिनय तथा रामायण के कुछ उत्साहवर्द्धक संवादों  की प्रस्तुति प्रदर्शित की।
Tagoreans Spread Message of Peace on the Anniversary of Bombing in Hiroshima  on 06 August 1945

‘Say no to war, give peace a chance’. With this thought, the students of Tagore International School Vasant Vihar celebrated 6 August, Hiroshima Day .

Students of Class 6 to 12 presented a speech commemorating the victims of the world’s first atomic attack on Hiroshima – a city in Japan. The students appealed to their peers for the abolition of nuclear weapons and urged for denouncing war and instead promote world peace.

The activity encouraged a healthy discussion on war, the damage caused to humanity and property it causes also focussing  on importance of peace This activity also helped the students to:

  1. understand the relevance of this historic event.
  2. develop an understanding about the importance of resilience, hard work and perseverance in life just like the Japanese people who re-built the entire city from rubble and fought the after effects of nuclear attack for multiple generations to come.
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Mein Bhee Kalakar - A Science activity Integrated with Art was conducted for class VI in the month of July 2020
Mein Bhee Kalakar - A Science activity, Integrated with Art, on the topic sorting materials into groups, was conducted in the 2nd week of July, wherein the students of class 6 explored the different materials around them having different properties and got creative with them.
Anisha Ishika Kinshuk
Anisha Sharma VI C Ishika Jain VI B Kinshuk Sengupta VI C
Making learning fun - Art integration with Science activity for class 6 students held from 06 to 10 July 2020
The student of class 6 integrated Science with Art by creating a rap song on reversible and irreversible changes. They had a choice to work in groups or individually. They really enjoyed the activity and were extremely innovative and creative. It helps them to understand the concept really well.
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Celebrating Birth Anniversary of Munshi Premchand
To be successful in life , what you need is education , not literacy and degrees.  
On 31st July , 2020 children of Tagore International School celebrated the birth anniversary of Munshi Premchand . The Hindi department narrated stories of the legend , stories that no one could or ever will be able to beat . We had discussions organized. Students learned the paths of his life and the light in our students' eyes made us believe that PREMCHAND is still leaving his impact .
An Illustration activity is done by the students of class VI on 27 May 2020 on the English poem - A Teacher for all Season
The Illustration activity is done by the students of class VI on the English poem - A Teacher for all Season. Students illustrated the scene from a  season that describes their  gratitude for the teacher.
English poem
'VIRTUOSO' from 01-06 June 2020

This summer vacation, with social distancing and self-quarantine being a pressing priority, an online summer camp, 'VIRTUOSO'  was organised for students of classes I to IX from Monday, 01 June to Saturday, 06 June 2020. It was a week full of activities for students to build new competencies, explore their creativity and bond with friends online. Each student participated in and enjoyed two activities of her/his own choice. 


Folk Dance Trash to Treasure

Coding in Scratch/


Cooking without fire
Indian Vocal Printing Designs

Animation /

App making with AI

Fun with paper
Western Vocal Creative Crafters

Presentation /

3D Designing



Performing Arts
Visual Arts
Skill Building
Computer Skills
Aryan Garg - IX A Navya Arora - IX A
Learning under SPIC  MACAY ,ANUBHAV 2020
The annual programme of SPIC MACAY, ANUBHAV, is a cultural confluence, that is taking place online this year from 1st June to 7th June 2020. This week- long program will stream live on YouTube and has about 100 renowned artists and over 15,000 children from India and abroad participating. 20 students from our school have enrolled to be a part of this rigorous program. Each day starts at 4 am with a yoga and meditation session, followed by a 3 hour intensive workshop in the field of interest of each student. The afternoons and evenings are filled with  performances by eminent artists. All students have been sent a diet plan of holistic food to experience the true essence of the confluence at their homes. Students are being exposed to inspiring talks and concerts by renowned personalities like Pt. Rajan and Sajan Mishra, Dr. L. Subramaniam, Prof. T.N.Krishnan, Vid. Parvathy Baul, Shabana Azmi and Javed Akhtar, just to name a few. Our students will definitely benefit and come back richer in our Indian culture and tradition.