Mind is the mirror that reflects the world. It is the Principal element of creation.
We deem it a great pride to proclaim that the Tagore English Club is named after Rabindranath Tagore, the great Nobel Laureate.
The Tagore English Club of NSN aims to inculcate among students a fondness for language and enhance the literary skills like Dramatics, Public speaking, Debating and Reading.
The club was inaugurated by Dr.Jennifer.G.Joseph, HOD of Humanities Department, Arupadai Veedu College. We were delighted tohave with us, a truly inspiring personality, who began her thought provoking speech by stating “The power of man is the power his voice is the power of his communication”. She also stressed that students should participate in all activities in the Club to achieve language proficiency.
The Club gives importance to drama as it is a part of skill development. Students were actively engaged in the drama sessions as it helps them in developing their confidence and also improves their voice modulation, body language, diction, etc.
Our Club conducted various mind-blowing competitions during the year and the students also participated in various inter-school competitions and won laurels for the school.
|I & II||Word building (build as many words as possible within 10 minutes)|
|III – V||Create a story|
|VI – VIII||Skit ( 4 in a Team)|
|IX – X||VJ ( 2 in a team )|
Roll on(Keep rolling the story for 3 minutes)
|XI – XII||Block ‘N’ Tackle|
War of Words (2 in a team)
On March 10th 2016, the club made a presentation – Mind Spark 2016, showcasing the activities done throughout the year and it was a fabulous show. Students from class VI – IX actively participated and enthusiastically presented a skit and “Who am I”, Poem Recitation. They also had a book talk about Tagore and his literary works.
The tireless journey towards progress holds a lot of scope and hope for betterment in our quest for excellence. The Vision of fulfilling the dreams and aspirations of the students to achieve glory in every walk of life is the mission of the Club.
“Everything comes to us that belongs to us if we create the capacity to receive it.”
Mrs. L. Sujatha