"What makes a child gifted and talented may not always be good grades in school, but a different way of looking at the world and learning”
I am so fortunate and lucky to be a part of a school that is always full of joy, curiosity, hope, and knowledge. I hold high respect for the school for nurturing me in a safe environment. My time spent in TSS has been memorable, filled with so much love and laughter along with immense learning. Whatever I am today I owe the credit to the school, our worthy Principal Mr, Vijay Mehra, the highly knowledgeable teachers and my schoolmates.
I highly respect Biloo sir as a true guide and mentor who paved my way to success. His guidance moulded me not just into a confident person but also a good human being. Sir, I thank you from the core of my heart. Biloo sir is such a vivid and lively personality that it would take every colour from the crayon box to draw him. These are just a short sample of the many qualities that he possesses.
I am deeply indebted to my teachers. While some were making me fall in love with poetry, making me believe in stories, teaching me things way beyond what books could ever have, there were others who helped me understand that the world is way too vast to be contained within books.
The school’s learning and competitive environment has helped me a lot in my educational journey, as I scored 95.8% marks in my 12th board exams.
I am currently in my final year at Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad, one of the best engineering schools in our country. I have been actively associated with the technical and cultural clubs in the institute. I have also interned at Citi Corp, Pune as a Summer Data Analyst.
I have a long way to go and this is just the beginning.
Thank you, The Senior Study. This is just a token of gratitude for opening the doorways in my life and helping me be “me” today.
My time at TSS was indeed the happiest phase,
Filled with fun and frolic were my days.
Eagerly waiting for the recess,
Running here and there, making class a mess.
From sharing lunch with friends,
To all day blabbering nonsense.
These days ended soon, came farewell,
Didn't know it was the last time I'd hear the school bell.
Now I realise,
Were so much better than mornings now,
For my school, I take a bow.
Anmol Singh Sethi