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Welcome To TIS!

The Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar is a CBSE-affiliated private school in New Delhi, India. We provide education for students from Nursery (age 3+) to Class XII, with a total of 1850 students. We have three sections in each class up to Class X, with 40-45 students per section. We have four sections for Classes XI-XII: Science (medical), Science (non-medical), Commerce, and Humanities. While maintaining a strong focus on academic excellence, our school prepares students for the 21st century through an emphasis on technology, holistic development, extra- and co-curricular activities, and international exposure.

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Disha 4.0 celebrations

July 9, 2021

Annual cultural event hosted by Team Saksham in collaboration with Special Olympics…

Happy Synthesis on Summer Solstice

July 7, 2021

Celebrating World Music day, National Reading Day & International Yoga Day on…

Virtuoso Summer Camp

June 24, 2021

Online summer camp for students of classes I-VIII from 03-13 May 2021…

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History

Dr. Hari Sen, the founder of the Tagore International Schools, was a woman ahead of her time. She sailed to the USA in 1947 to complete an MA-PhD in Education from the University of California, Berkeley. After graduating, Dr. Sen rejected job offers from MNCs and the newly-formed United Nations and returned to India to do something for her country. After many years running women’s workshops and a small school, she established the Tagore Education Society in 1964, with its first school in Defence Colony up to Class V. Dr. Sen’s husband, IPS officer JK Sen, donated personal land for Dr Sen to build a full school in East of Kailash, which became operational in 1975. The Delhi Development Authority also awarded Dr. Sen land in Vasant Vihar for this branch, which has been running since 1972.

Philosophy

Dr Sen’s goal was simple: to provide affordable yet modern, high-quality Indian education. She named the schools after Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore, a famed Indian polymath, because she was deeply influenced by his ideas that education must promote freedom of thought and speech, and inculcate in students international humanist values. 50 years later, the school still runs on these foundational principles. Read more to learn about how we foster a global mindset, ingrain a commitment to service, encourage critical thinking, teach social-emotional skills, and strongly uphold inclusive and secular values.

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