Jalandhar November 2 (Jaswinder Azad)- With the theme of “URJA”- Euphoria – 2018 was celebrated extravagantly, keeping in mind the aim of being healthy and educated while staying connected with their roots. Tied to the promise of discipline and education the students took p[art in a number of activities in Euphoria-2018.The students of GMT, Loharan and Cantt.- Jandiala Road and Royal World took part in the fiesta. The Chief Guest of the event was S. Gurpreet Singh Bhullar – IPS, Commissioner of Police was welcomed by Dr. Anup Bowry- Secretary of Innocent Hearts Group and Dr. Chander Bowry- Secretary of Medical Sciences and other dignitaries of the Management. Noted Luminaries of the city were also present on the occasion. The chief guest formally declared the event Euphoria open by releasing balloons of the School colours.The program began with a rendition of the School Song. Following this a dance recital filled with energy based on sports was displayed. The presence of such a large number of artists exhibiting graceful talent made time stand still. The Chief Guest was honoured with Souvenir by Dr. Anup and Dr. Chander. Saplings of beneficial trees were planted in Loharan Campus and many stalls were put up for the enjoyment of the children. Exemplary projects were created, displayed by the Science Club and their working was explained to the guests by the students. The Science Club organized the 3D show .The Eco Club exhibited the projects to promote Swachh Bharat and Swasth Bharat and explained them to keep the environment green. Nukad Natika was presented by the students encouraging the citizens to pay Tax for their own welfare. The children enjoyed in the multiple rides and fun games at Kids Zone and Game Zone. RJS’ from FM Radio added fun and merriment on the occasion. The winners of various competitions were awarded prizes and certificates. The judges of the competitions were also honoured. The program ended with the much awaited event – Raffle Draw. The main attraction of the whole fiesta was a show by the students.