BQC moves to Kerala

MUMBAI: The Cadbury Bournvita Quiz Contest team too has been bitten by the Kerala bug.

The BQC team, comprising 100 students and teachers from 32 cities across India, along with two international teams, and a crew of over 30 will visit the southern state this season. 

BQC in its refurbished avatar airs on Sony Sundays at 10.30 am and has just returned from a outdoor shooting stint in various locations in Sri Lanka. Claiming to be the first ever show of its kind to be shot in Kerala, BQC's quarter finals for the season will be held at Kumarakom along the plush green backwaters. From there, the qualifiers move for the final rounds to the idyllic Bolgatty Island near Ernakulam.

The Cadbury Bournvita Quiz Contest in Kerala also includes a few special episodes to add to the flavour of the contest. Taking a break from serious quizzing, viewers can enjoy a fun-filled Class Two Special featuring students from Cochin Schools. 

Also regaling viewers would be an entertaining episode where students, teachers and parents get to pit their wits against each other. 

Kerala has been featured by National Geographic Magazine as one of the 50 'Must See destinations Of A Lifetime'. Says host Derek O'Brien, "We are proud to take the Cadbury Bournvita Quiz Contest to exotic locales to make learning fun. After Sri Lanka, we now visit the beautiful Kerala for a fun filled quizzing time." 

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