NCPCR summons CBSE officials over collaboration with social media platforms for e- classes – education
The lead children’s rights body, NCPCR, has summoned CBSE officials for collaborating with social media platforms to teach classes on augmented reality, saying that encouraging children to use social media is not correct because it is not media. insurance.
In the letter, officials from the Central Board of Secondary Education were asked to appear before the National Commission for the Protection of Children’s Rights (NCPCR) on November 9.
“These social media platforms are not safe for children, so inviting them to these platforms prima facie does not seem right to the commission and we have summoned CBSE officials for an explanation,” the president told PTI. of NCPCR, Priyank Kanoongo.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Facebook have partnered to launch a curriculum on “digital safety and well-being online” and “Augmented reality” for students and educators.