Google celebrates Children’s day with ‘Create something for India’ doodle

Google celebrated children’s day in a unique way by encouraging young Indians to create something for India, represented through a doodle. A group of 12 Finalists (4 from each Standard Group) was chosen based on a selection by a panel consisting of independent judges.

The 12 finalists’ Google Doodles was posted on the website on October 23, 2015. One winner per age group [ (a)Class 1 – 3, (b) Class 4 – 6 and (c) Class 7 – 10) ] was selected based on public voting.

The final overall National Winner was chosen from among the 3 Standard Group Winners. The winning doodles were displayed on the Google India homepage for 24 hours on children’s day.

Here are the winning entries for the Google Doodle contest:

In Group 1, P Karthik, Sri Prakash Vidyaniketan, Prasanthi Nagar, Pendurthi, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, won the award for his doodle on a ‘Plastic to Earth – Machine’

This mega machine to recylce all the waste plastic from our country and make it into a material which helps the growth of mother nature. This machine will turn the most powerful evil plastic into green

This mega machine to recylce all the waste plastic from our country and make it into a material which helps the growth of mother nature. This machine will turn the most powerful evil plastic into green

In Group 2, P Ramya, Sri Prakash Vidyaniketan, Prasanthi Nagar, Pendurthi, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, got an award for the doodle on Green City Dream City

A green city which will only use green resources of energy

A green city which will only use green resources of energy

In Group 3, Ashita Sharma, Mother Mary’s School, Sahkarita Marg, Mayur Vihar 1, New Delhi, got an award for the doodle on Robots – to transform India

The 3 robots which will make India a better place. Blue robot will catch hold of one who litters and the one who is corrupt. The pink robot will collect taxes while the green robot will aim for a clean and green India

The 3 robots which will make India a better place. Blue robot will catch hold of one who litters and the one who is corrupt. The pink robot will collect taxes while the green robot will aim for a clean and green India

 

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