Thursday, 17 September 2015

Draw your own doodle about:

"If I could create something for India, it would be..."

One talented student will see his or her artwork on the Google India homepage.
Closing date for entries is October 13, 2015

Participation is easy!

Please download the entry form, then print, create your doodle and submit. This year we’re asking students to create their doodles based on the theme "If I could create something for India, it would be..."
Applications can only be submitted by parents, legal guardians or teachers on behalf of the entrants. Only one application per entrant. If more are submitted they will be disqualified and only the first one received will be counted. Multiple applications can be submitted at once. E.g. teachers can scan an entire class' applications and upload.

Class Groups

Doodles will be grouped by the student's class. Class groups are broken down as:
  1. Class 1 - 3
  2. Class 4 - 6
  3. Class 7 - 10

Judging process

I. A group of 12 Finalists (4 from each Standard Group) will be announced based on a selection by a panel consisting of independent judges.
II. The 12 finalists' Google Doodles will be posted on the website on October 23, 2015. One winner per age group will be selected based on public voting. Each person may cast one vote for each class group.
III. The final overall National Winner will be chosen from among the 3 Standard Group Winners. The winning doodle will be displayed on the Google India homepage for 24 hours on children's day.

Competition levels & prizes

All 12 finalists will receive:
  1. Invitation to the award ceremony
  2. Certificate of achievement
  3. A Chromebook laptop
  4. Doodle will be publicly displayed in a gallery on the website
National winner will recieve:
  1. Medal awarded by Google
  2. Invitation to the award ceremony
  3. A Chromebook laptop
  4. National Winner's Google Doodle will be displayed on the Google India homepage on 14th November 2015

Judging Criteria

Doodles will be judged based on the following three criteria:
  • Artistic Merit - drawing skills and use of color;
  • Creativity and originality - considering the representation of the Contest theme “If I could create something for India, it would be…”, and use of the Google logo, as well as the unique and novel approach to the Doodle;
  • Theme Communication - How clearly the competition theme is expressed in both the artwork and the written statement.


Doodles will be disqualified if copyrighted or trademarked images and logos are used. Examples of this would be the Nike “swoosh” or popular characters from shows, movies and books.
Only one application per student or learner please. If more than one is submitted only the first will be considered and those thereafter will be disqualified.

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