Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Calling all citizens! Participate in the Digital India Corporation Logo Design Contest and win ₹20,000/ (INR TWENTY THOUSAND).

Digital India Corporation (DIC) leads and guides in realizing the vision, objectives and goals of the Digital India programme. It provides strategic support to Ministries and Departments at the Centre and the States for carrying forward the mission of Digital India by way of Capacity Building for e-Governance projects, promoting best practices, encouraging Public-Private Partnerships (PPP), nurturing innovation and technology in various domains.

DIC plans to also collaborate with the Industry and mobilise partnerships to evolve revenue-based models for service delivery. DIC leverages and engages talent and resources from both government and the open market. This judicious mix of talent helps ensure that the Government is equipped with a broad spectrum of resources for Digital India initiatives.

The broad responsibilities of DIC include, amongst others, providing leadership and support to Government of India through the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) to steer and anchor Digital India and all related policy and implementation initiatives; promoting innovation and evolving models for empowerment of citizens through digital initiatives; promoting participatory governance and citizen engagement across the government through various platforms including social media; etc.

Last Date of Submission is 15th February, 2018, at midnight.

Eligibility
The contest is open to all law-abiding Indian citizens, who are registered members of MyGov (www.mygov.in).

Terms and Conditions

  • The participant (individual who submits the entry online) must be the same individual who has designed the logo. 
  • Entries must be submitted by the deadline only through the Creative Corner section of MyGov at www.mygov.in . Entries submitted through any other medium/ mode would not be accepted. 
  • Actual usage of logo:
    • a. Is expected to be on base material between these sizes: [( 2.5 cm) x (≤ 2.5cm)] on the smaller side, to [( 75 cm) x (≤ 75 cm)] on the bigger side. (Note:The logo need not be square. We are not specifying any geometrical shape.
    • The dimensions above indicate only the minimum and maximum ‘frame’ sizes of usage.)
    • b. May in some cases be in colour version, and in other cases in Black & White version (or monochrome).
    • Participants must keep the above in mind while designing the logo
  • Any audience-readable text (other than cases of artistic rendition) in the logo must be in English or Hindi (or combination of both) only. It is not mandatory to include text in the logo. If included, the text (in the logo) should be readable across different expected ‘frame’ sizes of usage. 
For further information and complete terms and conditions click here



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