Date: May 30, 2020
Anoushka Garg and Sumirna Koul (XII) were declared the gold finalist awardees and Navya Garg and Sheen Sarup (XII) bagged the bronze awards at The Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition. They penned their thoughts on ‘Climate Action and the Commonwealth’ to win the prestigious competition. It is the world's oldest international writing competition for schools established in 1883. Thousands of young people from the commonwealth network of 54 countries take part in the competition aimed at elevating youth voices, enhancing their creative language skills.
Anoushka Garg (L) and Sumirna Koul (R) the gold awardees
Sheen Sarup (L) and Navya Garg (R) the bronze awardees