Ministry of Women and Child Development launches logo design contest for “Women of India Festival”


The Ministry of Women & Child Development has launched a logo designing contest for the prestigious “Women of India Festival’ to be held at Dilli Haat, New Delhi, in October 2017. It’s a wonderful opportunity for designers who aspire to see their creation displayed on a National platform. The Women of India Festival offers the biggest selection of organic products prepared or grown by women.

The event is organised and fully sponsored by Ministry of Women & Child Development, as part of their major initiative of economic empowerment of women. The festival is visited by lakhs of visitors & buyers, both national and international.

 The WCD Ministry has wished to engage voluntary contribution of citizens to design a mark of identification for this important event.

The last date for submission of entries is 21 August 2017.



  1. The Contest is open to individuals, teams and organizations from across the world but restricted to Indian nationals from 21 July 2017 to 21 August 2017. Applications sent after the closing date shall not be entertained.

  2. All entries must be submitted to the email Entries submitted through any other medium/ mode would not be considered for evaluation.

  3. The winning design of the logo would be the intellectual property of the Women of India Festival (WOIF), under Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India and the winner cannot exercise any right over it. The logo is meant to be used by Government of India for promotional and display purposes, and display on Publicity material, social media creatives and for any other use as may be deemed appropriate.

  4. The logo must not contain any provocative, objectionable or inappropriate content.

  5. The logo must be in English or Hindi language.

  6. Multiple submissions of logo by the same participant would not be accepted.

  7. Plagiarism of any nature would not be allowed.

  8. The logo design must be original and should not violate any provision of the Indian Copyright Act, 1957.

  9. Anyone found infringing on others’ copyright would be disqualified from the competition. Government of India does not bear any responsibility for copyright violations or infringements of intellectual property carried out by the participants.

  10. Participant is to make sure that his/her Profile is accurate and updated within email since Ministry would be using this for further communication. This includes details such as name, photo and phone number. Entries with incomplete profiles would not be considered. Ministry of Women and Child Development reserves the right to cancel or amend all or any part of this Contest and/ or the Terms & Conditions/ Technical Parameters/ Evaluation Criteria. However, any changes to the Terms & Conditions/ Technical Parameters/ Evaluation Criteria, or cancellation of the Contest, will be updated/ posted on the Ministry’s Social Media platform. It would be the responsibility of the participants to keep themselves informed as to any changes in the Terms & Conditions/ Technical Parameters/ Evaluation Criteria stated for this contest.

  11. Any legal proceedings arising out of the competition/ its entries/ winners shall be subject to local jurisdiction of Delhi State.

  12. Participant must follow us on Facebook and Twitter /ministrywcd


  1. Participants should upload the Logo in PNG format only.

  2. The Logo should be designed on a digital platform. The winner of the competition shall be required to submit the design in an editable and open file format. Participants should not imprint or watermark Logo design.

  3. Logo should be designed in colour. The size of the logo may vary from 600 Pixels x 600 Pixels to 1048 Pixels x 1048 Pixels in either portrait or landscape orientation.

  4. The Logo should be usable on the website/social media such as Twitter/Facebook and on printed materials such as b/w press releases, merchandise and signage etc.

  5. The Logo should be in high resolution with minimum 300 DPI.


  1. Entries would be judged on the basis of elements of creativity, originality, composition, technical excellence, simplicity, artistic merit and visual impact and how well they communicate the theme of Women of India Festival.

  2. The decision of the Selection Committee would be final and binding on all the contestants and no clarifications would be issued to any participants or any decision of Selection Committee.

The disqualified entries shall not be used by Women of India Festival (WOIF) for any purpose and Ministry of Women & Child Development shall have no intellectual rights over the same.

The details of the contest are also available on the Facebook & Twitter accounts of Ministry WCD (@MinistryWCD).