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Jamshedpur students take practical approach to Cyber Safety at KSMS

Jamshedpur, April 21: Social media is an increasingly popular form of communication used by our students.

Many however have yet to develop the maturity to understand what information is safe and appropriate to share. SAFE Jamshedpur saw a need to educate our students at this early stage about responsible online behaviour and how to protect themselves on social media sites.

Under the banner of SAFE, a programme for children of all local schools’ was organized at KSMS on Tuesday, April 2. Ruchi Narendran, Chairperson SAFE, Jamshedpur, inaugurated the Safe website – It’s Smart to be Safe with a brief introduction of its features.

The program created awareness on cyber safety and mobile usage. Selected PowerPoint presentations were made by two student representatives of the school. A movie on advantages and disadvantages of gaming and another on ‘What the future will look with respect to Technology’ made by Mrs. Mita Singhal was showcased.

The presentations from various schools were on different topics were RMS School put up presented on Instagram, JH Tarapore School showed Vine, Jusco School Kadma presented on Mobile Security, Dayanand Public School presented on Snapchat, ADL School showcased on Whatsapp while Kerala Public School (NML) presented power point presentation on Meetme.

All presentations were very informative and included tips on safe behavior on internet, video games and mobile. A display of the newspaper pages made by students who participated in the Scoop Newspaper making workshop on 17thApril 2015 was highly appreciated.

Students of KSMS also put up a very interesting Nukkad Natak on ‘Cyber Safety’ and how it is impacting our daily life.

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