Shlok Mukherjee of Kolkata has won the Doodle for Google 2022 India contest.

Children in classes 1 through 10 from more than 100 cities in India submitted more than 115,000 entries for the event this year.
The 2022 Doodle for Google competition winner was revealed by Google on Monday. This year’s winner for India was Shlok Mukherjee, a resident of Kolkata, for his inspirational Doodle titled “India on the center stage.” Shlok’s Doodle from November 14 will also be published on (Monday).
Shlok submitted his drawing and wrote, “In the next 25 years, scientists in my nation, India, will build their own eco-friendly robot for the benefit of all people. India will frequently leave Earth and journey between the stars. India will develop and grow in the ayurvedic and yoga sectors during the future years.”
Over 115,000 entries were contributed to this year’s tournament from students in grades 1 through 10 from more than 100 Indian cities in regard to the topic “In the next 25 years.”, India will, mine. Along with the Google Doodle team, the judging panel included included in YouTube Creators Slay Point, actor, filmmaker, producer, and TV personality Neena Gupta, Tinkle Comics editor-in-chief Kuriakose Vaisian, and artist and entrepreneur Alika Bhatk.
The development of technology and sustainability appear as recurring themes across many of the doodles, which is very encouraging, according to the Google Doodle page. We were astounded by the creativity and originality that kids gave to their submissions, the page read.
They were entrusted with working together to choose 20 finalists from throughout the nation by evaluating entries according to their aesthetic quality, originality, conformity to the contest’s topic, and innovation and originality of method. Online voting for the 20 finalists’ doodles was available. Along with the overall victor, four group champions were also selected. The Doodle for Google competition aims to foster young people’s inventiveness and creativity.
Google’s Doodle
Google annually holds the Doodle4Google competition in a number of different nations. The goal is to have kids design a Google Doodle that will be displayed as a Doodle on the local Google site.
The winner of Doodle for Google got a $1,000,000 technology grant for tablets or Chromebooks for their school, a Google Chromebook, a T-Shirt with their winning doodle on it, and a $30,000 scholarship to the institution of their choice.

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