Tagore International School goes global
Students and teachers of Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar were a part of varied exchange programmes during the summer break of the session 2010-2011.delhi Updated: Jul 19, 2010 01:29 IST
Students and teachers of Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar were a part of varied exchange programmes during the summer break of the session 2010-2011.
Samir Batra of class IX had the unique opportunity to visit Japan under the JENESYS(Japan East Asia Network of Exchange for students and youths) programme.
It included a visit to Tokyo and Tsuruoko city, besides a visit to a High School and a 2-day stay with a resident family of Japan. Niharika Bhardwaj of class VII was a part of the People to People World Leadership Forum held at Washington DC. The only Indian student delegate in a group of 950 others, the programme targeted enhancement of leadership skills through exploration of famous places closely associated with influential figures in US history. Ms Anuradha Arora, PGT was a part of the teacher exchange programme under the aegis of UKIERI. Besides, a six member delegation from the school visited the Jinyuan High School, Shanghai.
Mount Carmel School, Dwarka celebrated its Founders Day by presenting a mélange of Indian and Western Music and Dance performances.
Principal, Dr. N.M. Williams gave away the coveted Gold Cards to students for overall excellence. Chief Guest, N.R. Rayalu addressed the students with an inspiring message.
August alumni of the school spoke to students, fondly reminiscing about their days in the school and about the profound impact upon their lives by School’s emphasis on discipline and excellence in human values.
Ganga International School celebrated its Annual Day ‘Tarang’ on the theme ‘Save Environment, Save Earth’.
Chief Guest, Vineet Joshi, Chairman CBSE was welcomed by Sushil Gupta, Manager and AJS Sahney, Vice-Chairman of the school managing committee.
The students presented a ballet emphasising the changes that have already taken place due to global warming and gave a glimpse of the bleak future if mankind did not take adequate steps to protect nature.
Principal, Charu Kapoor presented the Annual School Report on the occasion.