About the Competition
The Rampur Raza Library is organising a competition to design the logo for Commemoration of 250 Years of Library which will be used in all promotional activities, exhibitions and printed materials. The library wishes to invite all citizens to create a logo to be used for the celebration.
The LOGO will be launched on 7th October 2023, the Foundation Day of Rampur Raza Library.
- CONTEST PERIOD: 30th August to 20th September 2023
- The winning entry will be awarded with a prize amount of Rs. 11000 and a certificate. Also, the best ten entries will be awarded with certificates.
- All winners will be notified by the Committee via telephone, letter or email.
- The prize and certificates will be given on 7th October 2023
Rules and Regulations
- Entrance is free and open to all
- Each participant is allowed to submit ONE entry only
- The logo design shall be an original work. Rampur Raza Library shall not be responsible for any third-party claims made against the design. An entry shall be disqualified if it is found that the logo design is not an original work/has been plagiarized/copied
- Rampur Raza Library has the right to use, edit, print and exhibit the chosen logo for promotional purposes in any medium or format it deems fit, whether for local or international purposes and without having to further notify or compensate the participant.
- The logo will become the complete property of Rampur Raza Library
- The logo design shall not contain elements that could be considered sensitive, offensive, provocative, objectionable or inappropriate.
- Entries must be made by the closing date and in the manner set out in the contest rules & regulations. Failure to do so will result in disqualification.
- Only one design shall be chosen as the winning logo.
Logo Design and Specifications
- Each participant must submit a brief description (maximum 100 words) of the logo along with the image (i.e., Explanation of the logo, symbol, color etc.).
- Designing of logo can be in multicolor and should also be reproducible in monochrome.
- Submissions have to be in either hard copy OR soft copy (in jpeg format depending on method of application chosen, either online, postal or hand-delivery.
- The participants must submit a duly filled Participation Form with their designed LOGO.
- For hand-delivered or postal submissions, the logo shall be on A3 paper. The A3 printouts shall be fixed onto a mounting board of A3 size, with name, Aadhar number, mobile no, email and postal address of the participant affixed to the back of the mounting board.
How to Submit
Submission by hand or post should be addressed to :
Rampur Raza Library
Hamid Manzil, Quila
Rampur – 244901
Uttar Pradesh, INDIA
Please state #250yearsofRAZALIBRARY on-the top left corner of the envelope.
Online submissions should be sent to:
About Rampur Raza Library
Rampur Raza Library is an autonomous institution of National Importance funded by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India & established in the premises of Hamid Manzil is one of the world’s magnificent, unparalleled repository of cultural heritage & treasure-house of knowledge. The Rampur Raza Library was founded on 7th October 1774 by the first Nawab of Rampur State, Nawab Faizullah Khan.
The Library has a collection of approximately 17,000 manuscripts & rare items including 150 illustrated manuscripts with 4000 illustrations, 1,000 miniature paintings in 35 albums, 2,000 specimens of Islamic calligraphy in 84 calligraphy albums, 300 Art objects, 1300 historical coins and approximately 64,000 printed books.
The rich collection also includes art objects, astronomical instruments and historical coins. The holding of the library covers the ancient and medieval languages such as Arabic, Persian, Sanskrit, Turkey, Pushto, Hindi and Urdu languages. The manuscripts in these languages represent all important subjects including History, Philosophy, Religion, Science, Literature, Arts and Architecture. The miniature paintings represent the Turko-Mongol, Mughal, Persian, Rajput, Deccani, Pahari, Awadh and Anglo European schools of art which are considered immensely valuable for research scholars. In addition to the manuscripts, the printed book section has a unique importance and this section contains hundreds of rare Arabic, Persian, Urdu and Hindi books, which are now out of print and considered important for research work and are carefully preserved.