Doodle4Google Contest 2015 For School Students in India

We all have seen those fantastic doodles which Google puts up every now and then with the aim of creating a bond with its users. They convey that Google is not only fun but how it respects local culture and its willingness to adopt to a cause.

Doodle4Google is a Google organized competition to directly connect with young users by giving them a chance to showcase their artistic talent and creativity with doodles.

Google4Doodle contest india 2015

The latest competition was recently launched for students of class 1-10. The topic for this year is open-ended “If you could create something for India, it would be ….” . The purpose behind this open-ended question is to challenge their creative genius to think about the needs of the country and their responsibility in contributing to it.

How to apply for the competition:

1) First off, you need to download the doodle form.

2) Print out this form on an 8’5” * 11’ (A4 size) paper. It is really necessary to keep the dimensions unchanged as it can affect the final dimensions.

3) Complete your doodling.

4) Submit it before the deadline (October 13, 2015).

The doodle can be submitted as a scanned copy, but the resolution should not be more than 300 dpi. You can also send a hard copy to

Doodle4Google 2015
DDB Mudra Group,
“Mudra House”,
Opp. Grand Hyatt,
Santacruz (E),
Mumbai 400055

Results –
Based on certain parameters like artistic merit, creativity and originality, top 12 doodles will be selected. After the selection, the doodles will be put on for public voting and based on that the final doodle will be selected to be displayed as the Google Doodle on the Google India Homepage on 19 November, 2015.

Wouldn’t it better if they featured the winning Doodle on 14th November, the Children’s day?

Important dates

October 13 – Closing date for entries to be received.

October 23 – 12 finalists are announced and the public voting starts.

November 9 – Public vote ends.

November 19 – Winning animated Doodle displayed in the Google India homepage.

Note that a legal guardian or teacher is required for the submission. Read the complete set of rules here. All the best!

Also read about the man who started Google Doodles: Dennis Hwang

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Filed under Google Tricks. Posted by Abhishek on 24th September 2015.

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