International Awards

Tanvi Nandal -Judo Champ

Tanvi Nandal of Class X B has made TIS proud, she has won the silver medal in judo at  the 7th Children of Asia International Sports and  Games  being held at Vladivostok, Russia, from July 27 to August 8, 2022.

Tanish Chaudhary and Namya Chhabra have been awarded the Best Digital Technology Award

The FedEx Express / JA International Trade Challenge (ITC) is a competition organized by JA Asia Pacific, and sponsored by FedEx Express. In this event our students Tanish Chaudhary and Namya Chhabra have been awarded the Best  Digital Technology Award.  

During the event they created  international market entry strategy plans for the given product and target market.

Students excelled in Essay Contest 2022 organised by GEMA

GEMA,a highly acclaimed After School Activity Platform organised the International Student Essay Contest 2022, Raahithya Gupta of class V, Arshia Vermani of class VIII  and Sammyak Jain of class XI excelled in their respective categories and received certificates and exciting gift vouchers.

Students won laurels in Essay Writing Competition organised by Experience Japan

Nidhir Bardhan of class VIII was declared the MEGA WINNER of essay writing competition organised by Experience Japan . He wrote on the topic Friendship of India and Japan -Past, Present & Future.

In the Senior category, Medha Setia of Class XII won the Consolation prize for her essay on the topic- Japan’s contribution in the development of Modern India.

Winners of World Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge

World Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge was held on 07 April 2022. Out of 200+ teams from all over the world, team Tyron consisting of Divya Sijwali and Parth Puri of class XII was the only team from India to make it to finals . The finalists were from India, Ireland and Japan. Our team won the competition at International level and were awarded with USD 5000.

Divya Sijwali selected as Yale Young Global Scholars (YYGS) 2022 program

Yale Young Global Scholars (YYGS) is an academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students from around the world. Each summer, students from over 150 countries participate in one interdisciplinary, two-week session online or at Yale’s historic campus. We are proud to share that our star student, Divya Sijwali, has been accepted to the prestigious Yale Young Global Scholars (YYGS) 2022 program for their Politics, Law, and Economics courses with a $3000 scholarship!

Divya Sijwali featured in EducationWorld magazine

Congratulations to our student,Divya Sijwali, grade XI. She has been featured in EducationWorld magazine, India’s and Asia’s – first education news and analysis magazine, as a young achiever for her contribution to project Sehpaathi. 
‘Sehpaathi’, a social outreach program for EWS education is a community project with the sole aim to serve society. Sehpaathi began as a student-led initiative that strives to promote and achieve inclusive and gender-neutral education. We are based in Delhi; India and we have worked extensively during the global pandemic to educate underserved students about gender equality. We aim to create an atmosphere of acceptance towards marginalized communities. With its unique concept of inclusivity and sustainability, Sehpaathi has pushed its boundaries and expanded to a larger audience since its inception in May 2020 and envisions continuing the cause on a much larger scale.
Read her full interview here:

Aarya Sharma secured sixth position at The Hindustan Times Republic Day Quiz

Our young quizzer, Aarya Sharma of class IV B secured the 6th position in ClassAct 2022, The Hindustan Times Republic Day Quiz. 50,611 students from  classes 1 to 12, from 32 countries and 5 continents participated in the quiz. He has won a voucher from Amazon worth ₹2000.

Raj Nandini’s painting selected for Turn it Around Flashcards for Education Futures

A competition was organised by the Artists’ Literacies Institute, Arizona State University, Open Society Foundations, and UNESCO.

Raj Nandini of class XI  contributed her painting  to the Turn it Around Flashcards for Education Futures,  and it is a matter of great pride that her painting was selected for the same! 

Her artwork has been printed in the first edition of the Turn it Around! flashcards set, which were distributed at COP26 in Glasgow, and to educators, policymakers, and leaders around the world. 

Her painting is also included on the project website (, where it will be publicly accessible for students, teachers, and the general public for viewing. She has been credited as the artist, with the name she provided during the submission process,  on the card as well as on the site. 

Three awards for our students at Peace in the Streets Global Film Festival

Peacemaker Corps 2021 Peace in the Streets Global Film Festival was held virtually on 22 December 2021.

In the under 9 age category, the team comprising  Syed Amaanul Haque (IV C), Amairah Ssahdev (IV B), Shivin Chadha (IV C), Ahaana Ravi (IV B), Lakshay Badhan (V C), Yashaan Sachdeva (V B), Aradhya Rastogi (V B), Sana Chowdhary(V C) won the First place for their film ‘No Water, No Life’ and the Second place for their film, ‘Peace with Pandemic Times.’ 

In the 9-13 age category, the team comprising  Paavani Kapur (VII C), Arshia Vermani (VII C ), Shaunak Mohotra ( VII B) and Tvisha Mehta (VIII C) was awarded the Third place for their film, ‘Block the Bully.’

PLURAL+ 2021 Chinh India Award

The film ‘Peace with Pandemic Times’ made by Syed Amaanul Haque (IV C), Amairah Ssahdev (IV B), Shivin Chadha (IV C), Ahaana Ravi (IV B), Lakshay Badhan (V C), Yashaan Sachdeva (V B), Aradhya Rastogi (V B), Sana Chowdhary (V C) was selected for the PLURAL+ 2021 Chinh India Award and UNAoC award ceremony was held on 07 December 2021.

Divya Sijwali recipient of Gold Award in QCEC 2021

The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition is the world’s oldest International writing competition for schools, established in 1883. With thousands of young people taking part each year, it is an important way to recognise achievement, elevate youth voices and develop key skills through creative writing. Each year, aspiring young writers are asked to submit their pieces in response to a given theme.

For 2021 the Competition theme was Community in the Commonwealth. With the global spread of COVID-19, we’ve seen the lives of many Commonwealth citizens affected. However, through adversity, societies came together and stories of growth, community and hope continue to emerge. The QCEC 2021 was especially competitive, with over 25,648 young people submitting an entry and sharing their ideas with the Commonwealth family.

Our student, Divya received the Gold Award globally for her piece on the theme ‘Community in the Commonwealth.’ She was awarded a certificated from the Royal Commonwealth Society.

Krishna Saraf excels in Grade 2 Level examination of Rock School, London for two consecutive years

Krishna Saraf of class X B appeared for the Grade 2 Level Higher Examination of Rock School, London in 2019 (Electric Guitar)  and scored a distinction with 92% , which was the highest score across North India (High Achiever).  

In 2021, he again appeared,  but this time for the GRADE 5 Level exam of  Rock School,  London, (Electric Guitar)  and achieved a distinction yet again, with a score of 90%. 

He will now be appearing for the Grade 8 Level examination, which is the highest level. With his concerted effort, we are sure he will again score a distinction.