The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has launched a pan India program for young people under the #Youngwarrior campaign. Thus, they are planning to collectively train 5 million youth in combating the covid crisis. So, any youth between the age of 10 and 30 are free to participate. They will also get a UNICEF certificate on the completion of tasks.
The main aim of the #youngwarrior campaign is to assist the youth in developing leadership qualities. Hence, their role in this pandemic will instill a strong sense of leadership, empathy self-consciousness.
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The official statement of CBSE on the #Youngwarrior campaign:
The campaign named Young Warriors by CBSE is a nationwide movement engaging 5 million people and impacting 50 million people. Along with CBSE, the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, and the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare are also working. Also, YuWaah UNICEF and a multi-stakeholder group of over 950 partners are activating this movement with CBSE. Therefore, students or teachers between the age of 10 and 30 can come forward and help their families, communities, and country in general.
How to join the #Youngwarrior campaign? CBSE issues step by step points:
Step 1: Type YWH on WhatsApp and send it to the contact number +91 965041411.
Step 2: Youths can also give a miss call on toll-free number 080 66019225
Step 3: After joining, these youths can further motivate 10 or more people from the same age group to join.
Step 4: A pledge has to be made on social media by tagging 5 people in it. This pledge is against covid-19. Hence, it says, “I am a #youngwarrior”
Therefore this initiative by CBSE will comprise a series of easy real-life tasks. Thus, youths have to promote access to verified health equipment, vaccination registrations, myth-busting, and more.