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Nukkad Natak by National College of Education
4/8/2024 10:24:10 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Apr 8: The NSS unit of National College of Education, Purkhoo Camp Domana, orchestrated a compelling Nukkad Natak on the theme "Role of Social Media" and its societal impact, held in village Patoli under the adept supervision of Programme Officer Mrs. Yashumati Jamwal.
The event shed light on Article 19(1)(a) of the Indian Constitution, which grants every individual the freedom of speech and expression, albeit subject to reasonable restrictions imposed under Article 19(2). It underscored the importance of using social media responsibly, considering its implications on individuals, society, and the nation at large.
Social media platforms serve as powerful tools for raising awareness about various societal issues, rallying support for causes, and seeking assistance for matters such as injustice, corruption, and disaster relief efforts. The Nukkad Natak aimed to sensitize the audience about the judicious use of social media across different scenarios, emphasizing the need for users to demonstrate sensitivity and prudence in their online interactions.
The performance conveyed a strong message in an engaging manner, urging individuals to recognize that social media transcends mere entertainment and serves as a means of communication that can significantly influence communities. The audience resonated with the message delivered by the volunteers, recognizing the profound impact of their actions on the digital sphere.
Attendees from diverse age groups gleaned valuable insights, understanding the importance of exercising caution before sharing posts containing negative or inappropriate content. The Nukkad Natak advocated for the adoption of a responsible approach towards social media usage, advocating for the implementation of practices such as the "24-hour rule" before posting questionable content, and refraining from over-sharing and geotagging.
The event served as a catalyst for introspection, prompting individuals to contemplate their online behavior and its ramifications. By instilling a sense of accountability and mindfulness, the Nukkad Natak facilitated meaningful dialogue on the responsible use of social media, paving the way for a more informed and conscientious digital community.
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