Google India launched a logo design competition for Indian Students.

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गुगल इंडीया या गुगलकाकांच्या भारतीय शाखेने भारतातील शालेय विद्यार्थ्यांसाठी एक स्पर्धा जाहीर केलेली गुगल "डुडल फॉर गुगल" असे या स्पर्धेचे नाव असुन यात विद्यार्थ्यभारत 'माझा भारत' (My India) या विषयावर आधारीत गुगल लोगो बनवायचा आहे.

इयत्ता पहिली ते दहावी पर्यंतच्या सर्व विद्यार्थ्यांसाठी ही स्पर्धा खुली आहे.
विजेत्याचा डुडल लोगो १४ नोव्हेंबरला (बालदिवस) गुगल.को.इन Google.co.in या वेबसाइटवर दाखविण्यात येइल. अंतिम विजेत्याला गुगल तर्फे एक लॅपटॉप बक्षीस देण्यात येइल, एवढेच नव्हे तर त्याच्या किंवा तीच्या शाळेला रुपये एक लाख इतके अनुदान गुगल तर्फे देण्यात येइल.
या स्पर्धेचे नियम, महत्त्वाच्या तारखा तसेच रजीस्ट्रेशन पद्धती याबद्दल अधीक माहीती Doodle 4 Google या गुगलच्या साइटवर पाहता येइल.
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Google India has launched Doodle 4 Google contest for Indian school students between the 1st and the 10th standards. In "Doodle 4 Google conest" students have to create a Google doodle based on the theme ‘My India’.

According to Google India, the winning doodle will be displayed on its home page, Google.co.in, on Children’s Day, November 14, 2009. The final winner will also win a laptop and a technology grant (Rs. 100000/-) for his/ her school.

This is what Google India has to say about Doodle 4 Google -

At Google, we like to reflect the ever-changing world of our users through the logo designs on our homepage. These ‘doodles’ celebrate scientists, artists, local events or special dates and are designed by our original doodler, 31-year-old, Dennis Hwang.

We’re now giving you a chance to design a doodle for us, through our doodle competition, Doodle 4 Google. If you are currently a student in any school in India (between the 1st and 10th standards), then this is your chance to have your doodle be displayed on the Google India homepage. The theme of this competition is 'My India'.

We'd love to see what your country means to you when represented in a doodle. Whether it’s music or dance, famous Indian art, Mahatma Gandhi, the Taj Mahal, cricket, our scientific achievements or the Indian people as a community- we’re interested in seeing these representations of what India means to you and how you represent it using images.

The best doodles will be voted on by a panel of judges as well as by the Indian public, and the winning doodle will be featured on the Google India homepage for a day, to be viewed by millions of people. The final winner will also win his or her very own laptop (and a technology grant for their school)!







Examples of few Google Doodles -

Children's Day, November 14

Rabindranath Tagore's birthday

Solar eclipse, 2009

Information for Students -

The 'Doodle 4 Google – My India' competition is open to all students attending a school in India. Doodles will be judged in the following brackets:

  • 1st, 2nd and 3rd standards
  • 4th, 5th, and 6th standards
  • 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th standards

Taking part in the competition is a three step process:

  1. You must first register yourself.
  2. Review and download doodle material.
  3. Follow the instructions on submitting your doodle to design your doodle and add a title and a supporting statement for your doodle.
  4. Send us your completed doodle by post with your personal details at the back of the page on which you have drawn your doodle.

Key Dates

Doodle Submission Deadline

30th September 2009

Finalists Announced

21st October 2009

Online Public Vote

Public votes for their favourite doodles
21st October 2009 - 31st October 2009

Awards Ceremony and National Winner Announced

Early November 2009


Information for Schools -

The 'Doodle 4 Google – My India' competition is open to all students attending a school in India. Doodles will be judged in the following brackets:

  • 1st, 2nd and 3rd standards
  • 4th, 5th, and 6th standards
  • 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th standards

How you can get involved:

We would love to have you actively promote this initiative within your school.

  1. Here are a few tips and suggestions to help you guide your students design their doodles.


    The finalists will be announced in mid October. We would encourage you and your students to participate in the online public vote, to pick the final winners.

  2. All finalists will be invited to our final awards event in early November, and may be accompanied by you (a teacher, or principal) or a parent, at this event.

Finally, if the final Doodle 4 Google winner is from your school, he or she will also win your school a technology grant of Rs. 1,00,000 (in addition to lots of fame)!





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