Google’s annual doodling competition is ON in India now. Search giant invited application for competition on topic ‘A place in India I wish to visit’. Students interested in participating can apply through official Doodle 4 Google India page.
Google launched Doodle 4 Google competition in 2005. In India, we have seen student doodlers design on search homepage of Google India for previous years on November 14, the Children’s Day of India. On 2014 Children’s Day too,Doodle 4 Google India competition winner’s doodle will be on Google homepage.
It’s a golden opportunity for student doodlers to showcase their creativity in front of world. Millions of Google users will see Google doodle designed by the winner on Google homepage on the day. Theme Communication, Artistic Merit and Creativity in submitted doodles will be judges by guest judges after public voting and finding the finalists. This year the guest Judges for the competition are Cartoonist Ajit Ninan and Savio Mascarenhas.
Important Dates for Doodle 4 Google India 2014
- October 12: Close Entries for competition
- October 27:Public voting starts after announcing 12 finalists
- November 10: End of Public Voting
- November 12:Announce winner and award ceremony
- November 14:Winner’s doodle will be on Google India homepage
Google’s doodling competition is conducted in many countries and it have got wide acceptance. Creativity in students are nourished with this competition.
Winner of the competition will get Medal, Chromebook laptop and a trip to the place with parents for 3 and 4 days that he/she doodled.India is the country with large variety of tourist attractions, heritage sites, naturally gifted landscapes and water bodies. ‘A place I wish to visit in India’ , theme of the doodle give opportunities for students to explore India.
In official Doodle 4 Google India page, conditions and criteria’s for the participation are published. So, Hurry up young doodlers, make your doodle on Google homepage on 14 November. All the Best Doodlers, give your best in competition.