🔥 NCERT’s Safe Online Education Guide will provide information about cyber laws to students and parents. NCERT’s Safe Online Education Guide will provide students and parents with information about cyber laws
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- Around 71 million children in the age group of 5 to 11 years use the Internet.
- Two thirds of Internet users in India are between 12 and 29 years old
The National Council for Education Research and Training (NCERT) has published a book on safe online education in this round of coronaviruses. The purpose of this book is to secure the digital platform to ensure that everyone involved, including teachers, students and parents, is protected. Due to the ongoing block across the country, studies are actually completed online. For this reason, this book was published in view of the increasing use of digital methods.
The Union Minister of Education has tweeted
Minister of Human Resources, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, wrote in a tweet: “Providing secure online education for students and teachers is our top priority. Developed by @ncert & @UNESCO # NewDelhi today for the same purpose,” Kovid said Throughout 19 Issued an information brochure entitled “Learning Through Online Medium”. This manual is available on the official NCERT website ncert.nic.in.
Provides information about laws
This book provides students with information about cyberbullying, cyberspace, and laws in Indian jurisdiction to protect students and parents from wrongdoing. Around 71 million children in the country, ages 5 to 11, use the Internet on their family members’ devices. This is 14 percent of the country’s active internet users with over 500 million inhabitants. According to the Internet and Mobile Association of India, two-thirds of Internet users in India are between 12 and 29 years old. In such a situation, the manual will prove very helpful for children.
Providing secure online training for students and teachers is our top priority. Today for this purpose @ncert & @UNESCO #New Delhi The information booklet “Safe learning in online mode during Kovid 19” developed by the office has published. pic.twitter.com/TPwcOTysu8
– Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) June 5, 2020