News & Updates

We are very proud of Master Aarush Agarwal of Class VIII C who has already printed three novels based on fiction.

He has written on human emotions based on terrorism and revenge, suffering, super heroes..

His repertoire of storytelling vast.

    Venkateshwar Group is very proud of Shraddha Shree for being on the Music Maestro A R Rehman's TV Show on Star Plus 'THE VOICE'.

    She is the Humanities Topper of the Batch of 2018 and also was the Vice Head Girl of Sri VIS.

    She was also the recipient of the Dwarka City Topper Award 2017- 18 in the Co-curricular Category.

      A committed Learner herself, the Co Learner, Co Creator at School, Mrs Arora ensures that the culture of Continuous Professional Development remains an integral part of school.

      She attended a full day British Council Workshop on 'Leading Effective Teaching and Learning' @ The Lalit, New Delhi

        Indo German Partnership with a school in Thuringia after a successful bilateral exchange with Pius Gymnasium, Aachen, Germany

        Linus Mach, a student of Königin-Luise Gymnasium, Erfurt was hosted by Garv Singh, a student of Class 9 and Ms Shaily Tyal , the German Language Teacher from Feb 9-11.

        A dinner at the German Embassy by the Charge' De Affairs saw the school principal Ms Nita Arora, Ms Shaily Tyal, Garv Singh and his parents interacting with Dr Batra, Head of School at Erfurt Thuringia, and other members of the delegation that is visiting India from Thuringia along with the Minister, Dr Satish Batra and others.

        Mr Michael Walther Head of the German School and his student Linus Mach were highly appreciative of the school community.

          Raman Young Science Innovators

          Sri VIS is very proud of three of its students

          Aryan Verma Class 8
          Banaj Arora Class 9
          Chaitanya Class 10 
          for reaching the National Finals of the Raman Award to be held at Bengaluru on Feb 24.

          They have indeed made their Alma Mater, families, mentors and school proud

          We also recognise the role of Ms Richa Joshi TGT Physics and Ms Monika Sharma TGT Chemistry and the parents of the students in making this achievement possible.

            Our Lawn Tennis Champ Ivana Singh continues to have a teacher and achieve many 

            Three such successes

            We hope to see her setting higher targets and reaching them

              We feel happy to share some amazing stuff from staff

              Ms Shivani Gupta, Vice Principal has made herself and the school proud by securing the 10th National Rank in CENTA 2019 winning Rs 25,000/- for herself.

              Well done VP Ma'am.


              We heartily congratulate Ms Ramneek Kaur for doing the school, her family and school proud by securing National Rank and a cash prize of Rs 2000/- in the Primary Teachers Category.


                Sri VIS student makes the country proud at the National Robotics Champion of FTC - First Tech Challenge

                YAJUR MOHAN SHARMA of IXB will be representing India at the International Level third time in a row.

                Yajur and his Team NeXT have won the Nationals of the FIRST®?TECH CHALLENGE (FTC) that was held in Pune on Feb 8, Feb 9 and Feb 10, 2019.

                The competition saw 30 teams from different parts of the country compete against each other in an alliance format over three days. Yajur's team remained undefeated throughout the tournament winning all 5 group matches. The Semi Finals and Finals were a best of three games format, but Team NeXT won both of them in straight games. Along the way, they also set the highest score of the tournament. This culminated in them winning the coveted Inspire Award and the Winning Alliance Captain Award.

                Having won the India Nationals, they will be the only team representing the country at the FIRST®? World Festival in Detroit, USA in April 2019.

                This is the 3rd year in a row that Yajur will be representing India in International Robotic tournaments but the FIRST®? World Festival in Detroit is truly the biggest stage.

                Heartiest Congratulations Dear Yajur, his mentors, team members, his parents and the school!

                  Sri VIS again saw some sparkling minds showcase their talent in the field of mathematics where participants from classes 3-6 participated in Math quiz. The best four would soon appear in Inter-school quiz competition. All the best and congratulations to winners.

                    Finally from the world of Sports

                    Mr Ajay Dalal - Taekwondo Coach of school saved the image of the country in Dubai Taekwondo securing International Bronze Medal

                    Proud of him

                      Glimpses of the speech development through drama , Helen ‘O ‘ Grady International programme presentation by grade 3 students on February 2 .

                      Triumph over self or shri over self , was the theme.

                      Students showcased verbal dynamics through “Fun at the Fun Fair”; Mime to music through “The Giant Octopus” and improvisation through “Grasshopper and the ants “.

                        School Co Learner and Co Creator receives the award on behalf of the Teaching Fraternity and learners

                          Cleanliness Awareness Programme organised by the DDA Horticulture Department on Feb 1, 2019 saw Sri VIS students compere, participate and win many prizes in

                          Invocation Dance by students of Class 3
                          Street Play by Classes 6-8 students
                          On the Spot Painting Competition by Classes 4-5 students
                          On the Spot Poetry Writing and Essay Writing Events by Classes 6-8 students

                          We congratulate their mentor teachers Ms Mamta Bhardwaj, Ms Monika Toot, Ms Anamika, Ms Srishti, Ms Inderpreet, Ms Soniya, Mr Dinesh and other team members who lent support.

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