CBSE Latest News 2021 About #YOUNGWARRRIOR
On 22 May 2021, the Central Board of Secondary School has launched an online campaign called “#Young Warrior”. CBSE has taken the initiative to encourage the students and teachers who belong to the age group between 10 to 30 years to join the movement #Youngwarrior to safeguard themselves with their family as well as their community and to play even a small but important role to help the country to fight against the current Covid-19 situations. The campaign #youngwarrior is likely to impact approx. 50 million in India.
CBSE has launched the #youngwarrior movement in association with Youth Affairs and Sports Ministry, and Health and Family Welfare Ministry, YuWaah- UNICEF, and also a multi-stakeholder consortium of over 950 partners have also actively participated. The campaign #youngwarrior is going to act like an engagement bridge by assigning them a series of real-life tasks like vaccine registration, busting myths about COVID 19, promoting the access verified health and essential services, COVID 19 appropriate behaviors, etc.
After completing the assigned tasks the students, as well as teachers, will be awarded certificates.
CBSE latest news regarding #youngwarrior movement: Steps to join the movement
· Step 1: Send the text- YWA on WhatsApp no. +91 96504 14141 or you can even give a missed call to 080-66019225.
· Step2: Once the contributor has participated, they can motivate 10 or more people from the age group between 10-30 years.
· Step 3: Pledge for taking actions against COVID-19 by posting a message with the phrase “I`m a #youngwarrior” on social media.
· Step4: Tag at least 5 friends on every post.
According to the statement given by CBSE, the tasks will be hosted in three different modes in 10 regional languages for the ease of contributors/ participants as well as the citizens:
1. WhatsApp Texting: This would be a technology-based “chatbot platform” called UReport.
(send the text- YWA to +91 96504 14141)
2. Interactive Voice Response: This mode is for the people who might not be using WhatsApp so they can give missed call to 0806601922
3. Community Radio: This mode will be used for people who do not have the access to phones and the internet.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has said that “This will be supported by a knowledge and learning hub with indexed state-specific information tools and blended learning modules that are adolescent and youth-friendly along with the key messages and positive stories of youth activities will be promoted on social media through partners and influencers”.
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