It was tough competition at Thomas Cook Travel Quest organised, but Akshat Chaturvedi and Devansh Kaushik from Cambridge Court High School Jaipur beat it all easily in New Delhi. Welcomed by sunny days, the auditorium was seen packed with audience and the stage buzzing with energetic competitors.
Competing against as many as 80 thousand students from 175 schools from across the North India, twelve students from six school teams, all well prepared to face it, were too excited having reached the finals.
And what do the winners win! An educational trip to Singapore!
Travel major, Thomas Cook organises Travel Quest – Learning Beyond Boundaries every year, with an aim to build a confident future generation that is more than just geography books, that is confident beyond schools.
Team ScooNews congratulates the winners, Akshat Chaturvedi and Devansh Kaushik from Cambridge Court High School!
Source: Thomas Cook
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