Divyanshi Singhal and her walking trees have won the Doodle for Google Competition 2019. She has won Rs.5,00,000 college scholarships and an Rs.2,00,000 technology award for her school. One of the most exciting parts of winning the competition is that her doodle will be on the Google India homepage for the entire day on Children's Day.
Divyanshi along with her winning entry wrote that when she grows up she would want trees to fly and the land could be cleared so easily without making her die. This will stop deforestation and the trees will be more like friends.
Eligibility for Doodle for Google
Students who are interested to take part in the competition will have to incorporate letters G-O-O-G-L-E, which can be created using crayons, graphic design, watercolors, and clay. The winners of the competition will be awarded a college scholarship of Rs. 5,00,000. The winners will also get a chance to share their inspiration through their artwork. The most surprising part of the competition is that the winning Doodle will be featured on Google’s homepage on November 14, i.e., Children’s Day.
Students who are pursuing Class 1 to 10 are allowed to take part in the competition. Students need to submit their entries on the official website of Google Doodles. The official website can be reached by just typing Doodles for Google competition on the search engine of Google.
Before submitting their entry, the students need to read all the rules and regulations that are displayed on the official website. Google has created a Digital Upload Tool so that the students can submit their entries.
A panel of guest judges will review the entries of students. The final shortlist of top 20 doodles will be put for public voting from October 21 to November 06, 2019.
The deadline to submit doodles is September 30, 2019. Students can submit their doodles both online and offline.
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