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CGHS Logo Design Competition
Central Government Health Scheme provides comprehensive medical care to the Central Government employees and pensioners enrolled under the scheme and certain other categories such ...
Central Government Health Scheme provides comprehensive medical care to the Central Government employees and pensioners enrolled under the scheme and certain other categories such as Members of Parliament, Ex-MPs, Freedom Fighters etc.
CGHS provides the following healthcare services to its beneficiaries:
1. OPD Treatment at Wellness Centres including issues of medicines and referral to empanelled centres for treatment
2. Specialist Consultation at Polyclinic/Govt. Hospitals and at CGHS empanelled hospitals after referral by CGHS.
3. Cashless facility available for treatment in empanelled centres for Pensioners and other identified beneficiaries.
4. Reimbursement of expenses for treatment availed in Govt. /Private Hospitals and for purchase of hearing aids, artificial limbs, appliances etc., after obtaining permission.
5. Family Welfare, Maternal and Child Health Services.
Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) under Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, in coordination with MyGov, is organizing a Logo Design Competition on MyGov platform to find a contemporary, visually attractive and impactful logo that is unique, and at the same time representative of CGHS.
The winning submission shall be adopted as the official logo, to be used by CGHS for official purposes such as in correspondence, on social media platforms, and displayed in its offices and subunits such as Wellness centres etc.
1. The logo should be visible when used in 5mm size and if needed, can be enlarged to a hoarding size.
2. The logo should be in high resolution with a minimum of 300 DPI.
3. The evaluation criteria concerning the logo are as follows:
a. Simplicity: The design should be uncomplicated for ease of replication.
b. Uniqueness: The logo should be original and not resemble the existing logo of CGHS or any other organization.
c. Relevance: The design should relate to the services provided by CGHS.
As mentioned above CGHS has five main types of cards issued to its beneficiaries that are colour schemed, the colours being Blue, Red, Green, Yellow and Orange. Logos predominately incorporating these colours shall be preferred.
A prize money of Rs. 75,000/- (Rupees Seventy-five thousand only) is for the winner of the logo design competition, along with felicitation and due recognition on the CGHS website.
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