Logo Design Contest for Bharatavani Project

MyGov Logo Design Contest for Bharatavani Project

Last date to apply

January 18, 2016

About Logo Design Contest for Bharatavani Project

  • Central Institute of Indian Languages (CIL) invites all Indian citizens to participate in Logo Design Contest for Bharatavani Project.
  • Bharatavani project aims to deliver knowledge in and about all the languages in India, in multimedia formats through an online portal.
  • Prize: The winning logo will be awarded a cash prize of Rs. 25,000.
  • Logo Specifications: The logo needs to be as per the following specifications:
    • Minimum Size: 4 x 4 inches (in high resolution)
    • Format: The logo needs to be in SVG format
    • Color: The Logo needs to have a minimum number of colors.
    • Monogram: The logo should be easily convertible to monogram
    • Font: Usage of a minimal number of fonts is appreciated.
    • Not allowed: The logo should not have detailed images, photographs, freely available clipart, stock art, templates and other art materials.
  • Usages: The candidates should keep in mind while designing the logo that it will be used by CIIL in its project website and other web locations. The Logo will be used in print, electronic, visual and online media.
  • Submission: The submission needs to be done using the creative corner of MyGov website. The submission needs to be accompanied by Original Logo Design Details such as color codes & measurements along with a covering letter.
    • The covering letter needs to declare that the work is original and also that the applicant will abide by all the rules and regulations of the competition.
    • The monogram of the Logo should also be included in the online submission.

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Logo Design Contest for Bharatavani Project Eligibility Criteria

Gender Both
Region All India
Class/ Age Open for All
Details
  • Nationality: The contest is open for all Indian citizens. 

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Central Institute of Indian Languages