The Ministry of Tribal Affairs conducts a virtual workshop on social media to orient EMRS teachers and faculty on social media attributes

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The Ministry of Tribal Affairs conducts a virtual workshop on social media to orient EMRS teachers and faculty on social media attributes
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The Ministry of Tribal Affairs conducts a virtual workshop on social media to orient EMRS teachers and faculty on social media attributes

By PIB Delhi

National Education Society for Tribal Students (NESTS), under the aegis of the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, conducted a virtual workshop on social media to orient EMRS teachers and faculty on social media attributes and tools.

The online event was held from NESTS Headquarters, New Delhi yesterday.

Shri Asit Gopal, Commissioner, NESTS; Shri. Asheesh Pandey, Head of Government, Politics, and Advocacy (GPA) Partnerships, Facebook India; Sh. Samiran Gupta, Sr. Director, Public Policy & Philanthropy, Twitter India; Shri Sushil Kumar, Assistant Director, PIB, and other officials of the Ministry and NESTS guided the event while principals and faculty of 378 Eklavya Model Residential schools across India joined the session online.

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Shri Sushil Kumar spoke about the Importance of social media in formal systems and precautions to be observed while using Social Media platforms. Shri. Asheesh Pandey informed about Organic and content best practices, Basics of boosting and advertising, and Sh. Samiran Gupta focused on Introducing Twitter and how principals and teachers can use Twitter to connect with the world on issues and topics that are important to them.

The event was chaired by Commissioner, NESTS. Sh. Asit Gopal. In his address, he stated how media has emerged as the 4th most vital estate which needs to be used with great responsibility as with power comes answerability. All the EMRSs were encouraged to use different social media platforms to have better social outreach and global connections, he said.

The participating representatives of Eklavya Model schools were briefed by the eminent speakers about the versatile and safe use of social media handles, such as Facebook and Twitter while capacitating them to connect with others and share content on diverse platforms using different tools.

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