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Six students accompanied by Ms. Yachana Villaitrani attended the Giffoni Film Festival (GFF), 2017 from 12 July and 22 July in Italy

A group of six students Dhruv Vasan, Vansh Marwaha of VIII B, Saburi Chopra of VIII A, Yashvi Sharma of X C, Samridhi Gupta of XI C and Yashika Anand of XI B accompanied by Ms. Yachana Villaitrani attended the Giffoni Film Festival (GFF), 2017 held between 12 July and 22 July in Italy. The Festival provides a one of a kind platform to international juries composed of about 600 youngsters from the age group of 3 years up to stay with the local Italian families in Salerno and spend their days at the venue of the event in Giffoni while watching short films and feature length films that compete to become a favourite among them. Various international stars (like Julianne Moore and Amy Adams etc.) also took part in the annual celebration and met the jurors to discuss cinema with them.Apart from the festival,the group spent a day in Rome during this trip which was an enriching experience for them indeed. 

Tagoreans won four bronze medals and a gold medal at the International Royal Military Young Scientist Conference and Exhibition (i-RYSCE) from 10 July to 15 July 2017 

Seven students accompanied by Ms. Gauri Sen went to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to participate in the International Royal Military Young Scientist Conference and Exhibition (i-RYSCE) from 10 July to 15 July 2017.  

Our school was one of the 4 schools, representing India at this expo. Among 250 plus exhibits by 11 countries. Our school bagged four bronze medals and one gold medal. The team consisted of Pranav Bhatia , Manan Bhatia of XI C , Manav Gupta of IX A, Gurmaan Singh, Garv Gupta, Manav Gupta, Kabeer Kundra and Pratyush Saini of VII C-who also won the Youngest Scientist Award at his age of 11.  

Ours was the only school to win awards for each of our projects, and the ideas were also appreciated by the judges.

A few days ago, the students, on behalf of the school, met with Dr. Harshvardhan, minister at Ministry of Science & Technology (India), Ministry of Environment, Government of India, at his residence and received a certificate of appreciation, signed by him.

Not only did they have a great learning experience, they also got to tour the city, visit the Petronas Twin Towers, a Chocolate Factory, shop, and have fun.


Five students accompanied by Ms. Uma Chopra visited Kennedy Space Center, Orlando, U.S. from 31 May - 09 June 2017 

Amazing' is the only word that can describe the adventure we had over summer. We were one of the few privileged ones to go to NASA. The moment we first saw that wonderful place we were in awe. Getting to do the Astronaut training program in NASA was one of the highlights of the trip. Besides that , we were privileged enough to go around the Kennedy Space Centre and tour around it and see the various launch pads and rockets. Other than this we also visited Magic Kingdom and Universal Studios in Orlando which left us both in awe as to how awesome they were. Getting to see Niagara Falls was the highlight of the trip. Seeing the border between USA and Canada was just breathtaking. After all this we went to New York's Times Square which was a cherry on top and gave us the glimpse of USA which is in everybody's imagination.

 By- Sista Varsha and Pooja Muley 



Tagoreans were Runners up in South Asia at World Scholar’s Cup at Hanoi 

On 30 and 31 January, World Scholar’s Cup organized its Delhi NCR regional round. Our school sent two teams comprising of Sanjeet Agarwal

of X, Shrey Chhabra of XI, Aamod Mehrish of XII and second team of Aaradhya Kukreja of XII, V. Chaitanya of X and Anshul Bhardwaj. They

performed exceptionally well and received invitation for Hanoi Global round which was held in last week of June 2017.

The two teams participated in Hanoi Global round 2017 and the team comprising of Shrey, Sanjeet and Aamod were the runners up team in

South Asia division, and out of 2000 participants, their team stood 33rd globally. Sanjeet Agarwal bagged 12 medals and also got an opportunity

to represent India in debate showcase. Shrey Chhabra also won 9 medals in various events such as essay writing, scholar’s challenge and

scholar’s bowl. Aamod also bagged 5 medals. Their team has also received an invitation for tournament of champions in Yale University.

The other team also performed amazingly well, where Aradhya Kukreja bagged 3 medals and secured rank 30 globally in essay writing and V.

Chaitanya also won 2 medals.