News & Updates

SVIS feels proud to share the result of “ international Olympiad of Mathematics(iOM18) for classes 1-5.

Congratulations to our shining stars and all the best for level 2....

    We congratulate the STEM Achievers at the Delhi NCR level

    Harshpreet Singh and Sanchi Arora of Class 12 A were felicitated with the NU Innovators Challenge 2018-19 Award. They won the Second Runners Up Trophies.

    We congratulate the team behind their success: Dr Ratna HOD Science and Mrs Savita Saini for being their mentor at the Award function.

      Sri VIS recognised by the NIIT University for providing a welcoming platform to the growing NU Community of Innovators at the Delhi State and NCR level in a function held on January 30, 2019

        Shaurya Thareja represents the STEM discovery mindset at Sri VIS with many others

        He once again proved himself by securing Second Position in the FLL or the First Lego League of the National Robotics Challenge 2019. He and his team Rock iT also won the 'Best Project Research Award '.

        The FLL Challenge includes: Project Presentation, Robot Design, Core Values and Robot Game.

        Shaurya Thereja along with his team members of 'Rock-iT’ will progress to represent India at upcoming FIRST LEGO League - European international championship at Turkey.

        We are mighty proud of Shaurya and appreciate the role of his parents, Mr Padam Jain and other coaches and his team mates.


            The school received 7 Certificates of Merit for Class 12 pass outs of 2018-19 Batch. We are very proud of our students.

            The National Benchmarkers in the CBSE Exams

            Mathematics : Parv Joshi
            English Core : Suchana Adhikari, Atisha Bhattacharjee, Akshita Jain and Tanvi Gupta
            Sociology : Shraddha Shree
            Applied Art : Kripi Singh

              Hail Megha Datta - The Young National Award Winning Reporter of India on a mission to save the environment.

              She was conferred an award by CEE, Hyderabad

                School Principal Mrs Nita Arora was a Chief Guest at the Book Release Event held at the Book Fair , Pragati Maidan, ITPO, New Delhi on January 12, 2019.

                The event was the release of '18 But Not Teen' by Dr Anand G Naik, an entrepreneur at the age of 18.

                The book is edited by a Former English Teacher of Sri VIS, Ms Mousumi Kalita Sachdeva.

                At the Book Fair, another book of Mousumi Kalita Sachdeva - 'The Blend' on a collection of Narrative Poems, Micro Poems, Haiku was released and her earlier books' Love Remains Undefined and 'Making Impossible Possible' were also much sought after by book lovers.

                The audience at the Book launch asked questions on what inspired Anand G Naik, in the face of adversity and when did he realise that the actual dreams were different from what were suggested to him. He also highlighted that work could be the entertainment and family time the best time. He said that he learnt from each betrayal and low phase of his journey. He also felt that our curriculum in colleges does not prepare us to be an entrepreneur. One must seek and listen to advice of seniors, in his case, his father gave him financial wisdom, being a banker.

                Mrs Arora enlightened the audience with her views on education as an inward journey to know oneself. And that it is not attendance and impeccable classwork or homework that will define success of our young ones but the ability to introspect and analyse.

                She reiterated the vision of Ramakrishna Paramhans and Aurobindo on 'Aatam Sakshatkar' as the ultimate goal and journey.

                She also reiterated that if our passion is our work or vice versa, we never feel burnt out but enjoy work. Spirituality for her is seeking perfection in work.

                Education system has to make our students work with hands to explore and develop knowledge.

                  Sri VIS is very proud of 
                  Muskaan Mahajan of Class 9 who was awarded the First Rank at the State Level of Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan of the Govt of India.

                  She was awarded the Champions Trophy, a VVM Trophy and cash award if Rs 5000/-.

                  Shantanu and Pratyush got Third rank in the Category of Classes 7 and 8 respectively and were awarded two trophies and Rs 2000/- each.

                  This is the second year Sri VIS student has won the State Level First Prize. In the last session, Divyansh Garg secured the First Prize at the State Level and Second at the National Level.

                  Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan (VVM) is initiated by Vijnana Bharati (VIBHA) in collaboration with Vigyan Prasar, an autonomous organization under the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India and National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) an institution under the Ministry of Human Resource 
                  This year there were 13 students who qualified the VVM.
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