Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Google invites children from India for its Children's Day doodle

Google India has announced its third Doodle4Google contest that invites children to create doodles that will grace Google India’s homepage on Children’s Day on November 14.

This year’s theme is ‘India’s gift to the world’ and children in the age-group of 5-16 years can participate. The winning entry will receive a laptop with an year’s Internet subscription as well as a Rs 200,000 technology grant for the school the winner represents.

The bigger deal, of course, would be having their creation adorn Google India’s homepage for an entire day. 

Hit the break to find out how to register and submit your doodles.

At Google we love to play!- even with our corporate logo. To celebrate scientific and artistic achievements, festivals and historic events, we keep redesigning our logo. Google’s Doodle is an inspiration for many young children and seeing their continuous enthusiasm to contribute to the world of ‘Doodles’ said Google.

Participating in the competition is simple:

Children studying in class 1st to 10th can participate in the competition. These will be divided into three categories- 1st to 3rd Standard; 4th to 6th Standard and; 7th to 10th Standard

Last date for submissions is 15th September, 2011.
Winning Doodle will be uploaded on the homepage on 14th November 2011, Children’s Day and all the winners will get a Technology Starter Package. 

For information about the contest and to download/print material for use, log


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