Now it’s Indian students turn as Google invites entries for ‘Doodle4Google’ competition

Wednesday, October 03, 2012
Google logo at its India Delhi conference held on
September 5th [Photo©]
New  Delhi: Technology giant Google on Wednesday announced Doodle 4 Google competition for 2012 to create a doodle (using the Google logo) around the theme of "Unity in Diversity". 

Children between the ages of 5 and 16 can take part in this completion and can share their creativity by doodling on the Google logo. The winning doodle will be featured on Google India homepage on the occasion of Children Day i.e. November 14.

The submission may be either individually or through the school. The school route is valid only if the school is organising to collect and submit the doodles on behalf of their students.

The last date for submissions is October, 23 2012. All the 12 finalists will get a tablet and a Google kit. According to Google, last year, the company received over a 1,00,000 entries.

Notably, over the year Google has become popular as it has shown innovative way to commemorate important festivals weather it was Independence Day of India or other countries or it was the global extravaganza like Olympic or it was the occasion to celebrate the birthday of well-known people, among other things.

Now, its Indian students turn to get a chance to have their work and to turn their potential into performance. 
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