Logo Making Contest

Description

THE COMPETITION HAS BEEN EXTENDED. THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ENTRIES IS NOW AUGUST 30, 2019. RESULTS SHALL BE ANNOUNCED ACCORDINGLY.
PARTICIPANTS WHO HAVE ALREADY SUBMITTED ENTRIES CAN SUBMIT MORE ENTRIES IF THEY WANT TO.

The contest aims to obtain a logo for the NCCF’s flagship programme in climate change, Carbon Registry-India (CR-I). The contest provides opportunity to professionals, budding artists, students and public alike, irrespective of their gender, religion, caste and sexual orientation.

NCCF is looking for entries which are creative, yet precise and aligned to the theme of CR-I. The logo shall portray the aim of CR-I, give it a standalone identity and become a symbol of the brand such that CR-I is gets recognised from its logo.

The participants will not only have a chance to win a cash prize of INR 21000/- and recognition but also to see their work being used as official logo of CR-I.

For any queries kindly contact contest@nccf.in 

Rules to remember

The participant can only submit the entry via the submission form on the website. The logo should be submitted in the BITMAP format (.jpeg, .jpg, .png, .tiff) with a resolution of 300 dpi and maximum file size of 5MB.

The logo shall follow the theme of CR-I and should also include the acronym ‘CR-I’ in the logo.

Kindly read our Terms and Conditions for a complete set of contest rules.

Submit your Entry

It is easy as it gets. Just fill in the details, upload your entry and you have become a part of it. The entries are open from July 4, 2019, to August 10, 2019. IT HAS NOW EXTENDED TO AUGUST 30, 2019.

About CR-I

With global warming on the rise due to increased CO2 and other Greenhouse Gas increase in the atmosphere, NCCF is developing a mechanism to facilitate the projects in sectors such as renewable energy, energy efficiency, industry, forestry, agriculture and more to reduce GHG emissions and enhance carbon sequester. CR-I is a project-based carbon offset voluntary mechanism which aims incentivise GHG emission reductions. The aim is to help India move towards carbon neutrality, while achieving sustainable development.