CBSE has decided to launch a national campaign ‘Young Warrior.’


The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to launch a national campaign for the youth to combat the COVID-19 called ‘Young Warrior.’

As the country responds to the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the center will launch a nationwide youth movement called “YoungWarrior” to fight the nation’s COVID-19.

The board of directors has asked students and teachers from affiliated schools to participate in this campaign to attract 5 million young people to lead the action against COVID-19 and affect 50 million people.

Who can join the CBSE “Young Warrior” program?

Any student or teacher between the ages of 10 and 30 can participate in this sport and protect themselves, their families, communities, and the country.

Shortly after joining, participants can inspire 10 or more youth (ages 10-30) to participate in the campaign and promise to respond to COVID-19 by posting “I am #youngwarrior” messages on social media. Take action and tag 5 friends.

The “YoungWarrior” program will contain a series of simple and realistic tasks, among which #YoungWarrior will obtain a certificate of its operation. These actions include facilitating access to proven health and essential services, immunization records, COVID-appropriate behavior, and busting myths.



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