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At class IV, Google's logo artist wants to be scientist

City boy Puru Pratap Singh wants to become a scientist -- quite unlikely an ambition of a class four student.

india Updated: Nov 14, 2009 01:25 IST

City boy Puru Pratap Singh wants to become a scientist -- quite unlikely an ambition of a class four student.

And, for sure, he displayed it in the Google's logo he drew in a contest and won the first slot.

He doodled the 'My India, Full of Life' logo for the Google and the search engine will display it in its home page on Children's Day.

The Amity School student was the winner of Google's Doodle contest for designing creative logos for special days.

In the little artist's prize-winning logo, 'G' has been designed as national bird peacock with various religions in it.

A book has been drawn in ‘0’ which stands for wisdom. In the second ‘O’, water searched by Indian scientists on the Moon has been designed, the child, who aspires to become a scientist said.

‘G’ represents rich culture of Jammu and Kashmir, ‘I’ is Amar Jyoti at India Gate and ‘E’ encapsulates ethics and moral values taught by Mahatma Gandhi.

His mother, an art teacher in the same school, said Puru is outstanding in studies too.

His father N P Singh, who works for a leading developer as Additional General Manager (Project) said, his child loves surfing on net and has a collection of pictures downloaded from internet.

As hobby, he likes to play cricket and tennis.