EIS organized Euro Rise Inter-school Science Fest on 20th November, where teams of students from various schools participated. Students had the objective of building models following a specific plan in a fixed amount of time, and created projects like hydraulic crane, mini vacuum cleaner, gliders etc. The top three teams were as follows -
1. Bodhi International School
2. Lucky International School
3. Army Public School
The school was also honored to host the judges for the competition, Prof Dr Sunita Kumbhat (Dept. Chemistry, JNVU) and Prof Kirankumar Hiremath (Dept. Mathematics, IIT-J).
EIS recently organized the 2nd Inter-school Squash Tournament where players from our school gave a stellar performance, making their mark in all categories. We would like to congratulate the champions and thank all the players who participated.
2nd Euro Inter School Squash Tournament
1st Pulkit Malik (Euro International School)
2nd Sidharth Choudhary (Euro International School) 3rd Shaurya Sharma ( D.P.S Pal Road)
Under – 13
1st Siddarth Singh (Euro International School) 2nd Pushkal Khatri (Bodhi International School) 3rd Dushyant Singh ( Euro International School) Under – 15
1st Dishant Murjani (Bodhi International School)
2nd Ronak Fofalia (Happy Hour School) 3rd Bhuvanyu Rajpurohit (D.P.S Pali Road)
Under – 17
1st Sayam Golia (St. Annes School)
2nd Dhruv Mehta (Euro International School) 3rd Akshat Patwa (Bodhi International School)
Under – 11
1st Euro International School 2nd Bodhi International
Under – 15
1st Bodhi International School 2nd Euro International School
Best Player of Tournament
Ronak Fofalia (Happy Hours School)
We celebrated the 73rd Independence Day with great enthusiasm and patriotic spirit. On this auspicious day the tricolour was hoisted by Ms Neha Mathur. The program included poetry recitation, musical performance by the school band, Third Law of Motion, distribution of traditional Rabdi Laddoos and the annual investiture ceremony to designate members of the school student council.
The school prefects marched to the sound of drums to take on the mantle of their responsibilities and pledged to uphold the duties of their office with honor and determination.
Interhouse squash finals took place on Saturday
A healthy mind needs a healthy body and through Yoga you can achieve both. To that end staff members of Euro International School performed Yoga asanas for recreation and rejuvenation.
The 70th Republic Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm by the students and staff of Euro International School, Jodhpur
Special assemblies are an integral part of the Euro School culture.
This sankranti the staff and students came together and conducted a special assembly.
One of our students performed 'Gatka' which is an Indian martial art associated with stick fighting.
Students of class IX organized a special assembly to celebrate Christmas and commemorate the spirit of the festival and imparted the timeless lesson of peace on Earth and good-will to all men.
Deepawali or Diwali as it is popularly known as, is undoubtedly the biggest festival in India. It has a cultural diversity which unites the nation in an unusual manner, something like Cricket!!
The students of Grade 9 conducted a special assembly to celebrate this festival in a different way!
Halloween is a time to face your fears!
The students held a special assembly on Halloween with an idea to introduce ‘different’ holidays and celebrations!
Students of Euro International school participated in Science fair "scinergy" at Bodhi International School Jodhpur on 27th of October. The theme of this fair was sustainable green earth. Two exhibits were prepared by students.
The 72nd Independence Day was celebrated with great zeal and fervour by the students of Euro School and Euro International School together.
The reigns of the school were handed over to new leaders from Grade 9 and 10.
The investiture ceremony was followed by the hoisting of the Tricolour to the tunes of the National Anthem played by the school band.
A cultural programme followed.
On the occasion of World Tiger Day, our students indulged in a wide array of activities from poster making, to a live performance by the school band and a grand display by the dramatics team.
All dedicated to the cause of our National animal which is on the verge of extinction.
A special mention of Mr. Raghuvir Singh Shekhawat, the chief conservator of forests Jodhpur for motivating our students with his presence.
The world of science excites the children. They want to know more and the science exhibition gave them a platform to exhibit their new learning. They displayed their learning in the form of charts, models, working models. It allowed them to apply the concepts learnt in classroom to the science in real life.
Where medium of display of knowledge was varied, the grades participating in science exhibition varied too, from 3rd grade to 10th grade.
The exhibition was a special attraction for all the parents who had come to the school for PTM.
With a series of special assembly to get the school students in the festive mood of Diwali, another activity was included in the school. The activity involved students of grade 6. The children were ready to paint the town red, we had to limit them to paint just the “Diyas”. With the vibrant colors, the red, the blue, the green, the golden, and many more, the diyas looked the perfect take-away to gift to our friends. Students colored and decorated their diyas in the way they liked. It was an activity which was enjoyed a lot by the children.
Festival of lights gets a lot of excitement in the children. The same excitement we banked on for a very successful Diwali event – Special Diwali Assembly, in the school. The assembly was conducted by grade 9th children.
Assembly had a series of programs
Vandana: The program started with a “Vandana” (prayer)
Cultural Dance: It followed by a dance performance by girls of grade 9th. The school children participated with a lot of enthusiasm.
Street Play: The children also displayed a fine piece of art through a street play. The street play always has a message to show and our school children had a wonderful message to be shared with their fellow schoolmates.
Nukkad Natak, as they named it, had a wonderful message of Cracker Free Diwali. The message was well received by the entire school. Noise Pollution and Air Pollution is disturbing in many ways and this was well demonstrated through the nukkad natak.
A special assembly was conducted by students of grade 3rd on the occasion of Dussehra . The act presented by these small children was a fine piece of art. It emphasized on the fact that the ten heads of Ravana is nothing but multiple bad facets in us. On occasion of Dussehra, we should remind ourselves of these bad qualities of a human being in us and eliminate them from our life consciously.
The skit put across was beautifully presented and it was very meaningful. It was applauded by the entire school. The efforts taken by the children and the teachers preparing was visible in the perfect execution of the skit.
Euro International school celebrated Independence Day and Investiture Ceremony (Selection of School Captains) with great enthusiasm.
Competition for the Month
1. Once upon a time- Story telling competition without using props. Only voice modulation, gestures, expressions and narration of story will be judged.
2. Think out of the box- To think differently and speak on the given topic. Time will be given for preparation of topic.
3. The Debate Hour- to speak for or againt a given topic
School Trip (Chandigarh, Kufri, Amritsar)