MSU Baroda student winner of the university student's logo design competition
Will tour Europe as a prize winner
Rashmi Raisinghani a Semester 4 Visual communication design student at Maharaja Ranjitsinh Gaekwad Institute of Design (MRID), M.S. University of Baroda won the university student's logo design competition. She thanked the support of college and teachers for this achievement and will now tour Europe as a prize winner.
The online competition is held in the month of May where four universities of India which includes MSU participated to design a logo for the EDUREFORM project (co-founded by the European Union). Rashmi Raisinghani took part in the contest and won it.
"In order to choose the logo for the EDUREFORM project a contest was organised among the students of various institutions. It is about impact on 4th Industrial Revolution with the help of education. The pictorial mark of the logo takes inspiration from an origami bird with its wings made of pages. It represents empowering students and readying them for the change in industry, through education. The colour navy blue is used to depict intelligence and thinking, " Said Rashmi Raisinghani.
Originally from Mumbai Rashmi Raisinghani is studying in MSU and pursuing her career in Visual communication design. About winning the contest she said, although she don't expect but now felt happy to be recognised for her logo design. She thanked her college and teachers for their continuous support.