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Ebook : SAFE ONLINE LEARNING TIPS for Students by NCERT & UNESCO



Ebook : SAFE ONLINE LEARNING TIPS for Students by NCERT & UNESCO



Why is it important to know about cyberbullying?

Cyberbullying involves the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature and is a punishable offence under the Information Technology Act, 2000 and the Indian Penal Code. It also involves posting pictures or videos aimed at harassing another person. A whole gamut of social platforms, including chat rooms, blogs and instant messaging are used in cyberbullying 
With COVID-19 closing schools across all states, Education Departments have made efforts to ensure continuity of learning through various digital platforms. Millions of learners are turning to online education and with this comes a huge increase in use of electronic devices and Information and communication Technologies (ICTs). This places children and young people at risk of online abuse, increasing their vulnerability to cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is widespread and affects a significant number of children and adolescents and infringes their rights to education and to health and well-being. There are considerable negative effects of cyberbullying, including on academic achievement, mental health, and quality of life in general. Online bullying often prevents teachers from imparting quality education through digital platforms and acts against the provision of safe, non-violent and inclusive learning environments for all  

Cyberbullying includes :

  • Posting hurtful, nasty rumours or comments on updates, pictures and videos shared by an individual on websites. 
  • Excluding individuals of different cultural, socio-economic backgrounds from online groups and forums.
  • Uploading embarrassing photographs online without the person's permission.
  • Stealing someone's account password and sending unwanted/inappropriate messages from that account to harass other individuals.

How to stay safe online?

Do’s

  • Create a strong password according to password guidelines, and frequently change passwords to prevent misuse.
  • Read the privacy settings very carefully on social networking sites.
  • Communicate only with known people.
  • Be careful while posting photographs, videos and any sensitive information on websites as they leave digital footprints which stay online forever.
  • Ensure that only authorized personnel access computer systems and labs.
  • Report immediately to the support team of networking site if you suspect that your account have been hacked or stolen.
  • Invest in a strong network security system.
  • Use only verified open source or licensed software and operating systems.
  • Set up your computer for automatic antivirus software and operating system updates

Don'ts 

  • Don’t reveal your password to anyone other than your parent or guardian.
  • Don’t reveal personal information like age, address, phone number, school name etc. as this can lead to identity theft.
  • Don’t post anything which hurts others feelings.
  • Don’t post your friends’ information on networking sites, which can put them at risk.
  • Don’t forward anything that you read on social media without verifying it from a trusted source.
  • Don’t leave your account unattended after login, log out when you are not using it.
  • Don’t create fake profiles for yourself on any social networking site.
  • Don’t use personal devices such as personal USBs or hard drives on public networks or computers.
  • Don’t open links and attachment on social networking sites and block file extensions such as .bat, .cmd, .exe, .pif by filtering software. Don'ts

The law supports you!

  • Cyberbullying is a punishable offence under the Information Technology Act, 2000 and the Indian Penal Code.
  • All children and adults MUST report cases of cyberbullying to the police (Dial: 112).

How to prevent and counter cyberbullying?

Do not respond

  • If someone is bullying you online, DO NOT respond or retaliate by doing the same thing. Responding or retaliating may make matters worse or even get you into trouble. 

Collect as much information as possible

  • Take a screenshot of anything that you think could be cyber bullying and keep a record of it.

Block and report

  • If someone bothers you, make sure you block the offender and report on the social media platform immediately. This feature is available on most online platforms.

Talk about it

  • Inform trusted adults like your parents and teachers about the bullying incident. Seek help. Do not feel that you are alone and never keep it to yourself.

Be private

  • Keep your social media privacy settings high and do not connect with anybody who you do not know offline. 

Be aware

  • Remain updated with all the preventive and security measures in the cyber world. 

NDLI : CBSE Exam Preparation Study Notes Collection



NDLI : CBSE Exam Preparation Study Notes Collection


National Digital Library of India (NDLI) has released the CBSE Examination Preparation Contents for classes X & XII whichis available in NDLI

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(Notification) India Wild Wisdom Quiz 2020 (RE-IMAGINING OUR PLANET)

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(Notification) India Wild Wisdom Quiz 2020 (RE-IMAGINING OUR PLANET)



Theme 2020: REIMAGINING OUR PLANET

Our planet Earth has the privilege of being the only planet habitated by beautiful and diverse forms of wildlife. We must assume responsibility for wildlife conservation and make efforts to encourage our present generation to seek solutions through education. Our students should be reminded that they can make a difference for the future benefit of wildlife and humans alike. 

The Wild Wisdom Quiz is an attempt to provide a unique opportunity for students to delve deeper into India’s amazing wildlife, gain knowledge and take pride in its natural diversity. This initiative aims to instill a sense of concern for the natural world and inspire our students to demonstrate their concern for conservation. It is being conducted in an online mode this year. 
The key details of the Wild Wisdom Quiz are as follows:

Quiz levels:

  • Primary: Classes 3-5
  • Middle: Classes 6-8

Quiz Rounds

  • Preliminary round 9th August, 2020
  • Finale 16th August, 2020 

How can students participate?

  • Pay INR 50/- and fill the registration form using URL link
  • Participate in the prelims and finale quiz on the above dates

Every registered student will get the WWF newsletter-Wisdom Nuggets and a participation certificate.
The registrations are open from June 2nd 2020 to 5th August, 2020. Participation in this quiz is voluntary. No record/document is required to be sent to the CBSE. 

(E-book) COVID Katha : A Multimedia Guide for Mass Awareness



(E-book) COVID Katha : A Multimedia Guide for Mass Awareness



NCSTC brings out popular COVID Katha in Hindi

The National Council for Science & Technology Communication (NCSTC), Department of Science & Technology (DST) in association with Dr. Anamika Ray Memorial Trust, has brought out the Hindi version of the Popular Multimedia Guide for Mass Awareness carrying important information on A-to-Z of COVID-19 pandemic.

The English version has already been released early this month. In order to fulfil the great demand of the Hindi version of COVID Katha especially from the Hindi heartland, the Hindi edition of the COVID Katha has been brought out with added and revised information for the benefit of the people. 

Prof. Ashutosh Sharma, Secretary, DST while appreciating the COVID Katha: A multimedia guide for mass awarenesshas said that the interpretation of science in common man’s language is important for awareness amongst laypersons and Hindi being largely spoken language the Hindi version of COVID Katha carries more value. Prof. Sharma said that science cartoons (scientoons) while carrying scientific messages and explaining the health concepts in a simple manner also add humour and amusement during the present health crisis when people feel stressed!

To spread general awareness on COVID-19 using multimedia techniques and digital platforms, the Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of India, has come out with an interactive electronic guide to help people understand and address the pandemic with suitable knowledge and confidence.

Interestingly, a people supported COVID Katha movement has been started across the country, and a chain reaction is taking shape. The COVID Katha is being translated in the Khasi language of Meghalaya; Tamil version is also coming up; people are working on Bengali and Assamese versions on their own.

Various science communication enthusiasts are effectively trying to put together COVID Katha in different formats, i.e., Flip version, Animations, Videos and other formats. Several official agencies are also using various elements of COVID Katha in their social media and other mass communication campaigns on COVID-19, i.e., Do’s & Don’ts, Scientoons, daily information using one alphabet every day, etc. Hindi and other languages versions of COVID Katha would help spread awareness deeper into grass-root level.

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CURRICULUM (CLASS-9)



ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CURRICULUM (CLASS-9)



Contents :

  • Introduction to Artificial Intelligence 3
  • Rationale 4
  • The Purpose 4
  • Overview of the AI Curriculum 5
  • Overview and Learning Objectives of the AI Program 6
  • Essential Learning Experience from AI 6
  • Developing Key Competencies for Lifelong Learning 6
  • The AI Curriculum
  • School Procedures for AI Implementation 7
  • AI Implementation Procedures 7
  • AI Syllabus 8
  • Unit wise Distribution 8
  • Assessment 9
  • Suggestive Assessment Approaches for AI 9
  • AI Curriculum Mapping 10
  • Interdisciplinary Integration with Artificial Intelligence - Class IX 10
  • AI Learning Indicators 11
  • Translating AI on Ground 13
  • Creating the Mindset 13
  • Preparatory Groundwork 13
  • Facilitating and Feedback 13
  • Mentoring and Monitoring 13

Unit 1

1.1 Excite 14

  • Introduction to AI 14
  • Dream Smart Home 16
  • Activity – Game Time 18
  • Quiz Time: AI Quiz 23
  • Activity: Letter to Future Self 24

1.2 Relate 26

  • Floorplan Activity 26
  • Creating a Story: Are you a good Storyteller? 30

1.3 Purpose 34

  • Sustainable Development Goals 34
  • Go Goals: 36

1.4 Possibilities 40

  • Group Activity: Research on current AI Trends 41
  • Poster Making – Job Advertisement for 2029! 46

1.5 AI Ethics 49

  • Activity – Watch the video AI for Good. 49
  • Balloon Debate 50

Unit 2

  • AI Project Cycle 53
  • AI Project Cycle – Defined! 56

2.1 Problem Scoping 58

  • Getting Started 58
  • 4Ws Problem Canvas 62
  • Problem Statement Template 64

2.2 Data Acquisition 66

  • What is Data Acquisition? 67
  • Data Features 68
  • Acquiring Data from reliable sources 69
  • System Maps 70

2.3 Data Exploration 74

  • Let us explore 75
  • Sketchy Graphs 79

2.4 Modelling 82

  • AI, ML & DL 83
  • Modelling 85
  • Rule Based Approach 86
  • Learning Based Approach 87
  • Decision Tree 88
  • Do It Yourself! 91
  • Pixel It 94

Unit 3

  • Neural Networks 98
  • Neural Networks – Defined 101
  • Neural Networks Vs Human Nervous System 103
  • Human Neural Network – The Game 104
  • Co-Curricular Activities 111
  • Annexure
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Ganga Quest : An Online National Quiz on Ganges River

Ganga Quest : An Online National Quiz on Ganges River


Ganga Quest- An Online National Quiz on Ganga – regarding The National Mission for Clean Ganga, Ministry of Jal Shakti is implementing various projects for the rejuvenation of river Ganga and its tributaries under the flagship programme ‘Namami Gange’. NMCG in association with Tree Craze Foundation organises Ganga Quest –an online National Quiz on Ganga with the aim to increase the public participation for ‘Namami Gange’ programme and to enhance ownership of children and youth for rivers and Ganga. 

Important Dates

The second edition of Ganga Quest will be conducted from 22nd April 2020 (World Earth Day) and would conclude on 22nd May 2020 (World Biodiversity Day). The winners of the quiz will be announced on World Environment Day, i.e. 5th June 2020.

Registration:

The participants have to register online on the official website or Click here

Rules:

  • Anyone of age 10 years or above is eligible to participate in the quiz.
  • Participants willing to participate in Ganga Quest should register in the website with a valid ID, such as Aadhar Card. However, if Aadhar Card is not available, participant can enter any other valid ID details. Valid ID includes passport, birth certificate, and school ID.
  • Mass registration is available for schools.
  • Students from school should mention the correct details of their schools. If the details of the schools are found incorrect, then they may get disqualified as the verification process will not be complete.
  • Since the quiz is online, participants must ensure accessibility to computer and Internet connectivity with a minimum speed of 512 Kbps.

Awards:

The winners will be awarded with exciting prizes and the schools with maximum participation will also be duly recognized.

Click here to Download Official Notice

Click here for Registration

Courtesy : CBSE


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CBSE Introduces Skill courses (FOR XI & XII)  from the session 2020-21



CBSE Introduces Skill courses (FOR XI & XII)  from the session 2020-21



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CBSE Introduces Skill courses (FOR IX & X)  from the session 2020-21



CBSE Introduces Skill courses (FOR IX & X)  from the session 2020-21



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CBSE Introduces Skill courses (FOR CLASSES VI / VII / VIII)  from the session 2020-21



CBSE Introduces Skill courses (FOR CLASSES VI / VII / VIII)  from the session 2020-21



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CBSE : BRICS Math Online Competition

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CBSE : BRICS Math Online Competition



Rules of the competition “BRICSMATH.COM” and organization tips for teachers 

What is this competition about?

Bricsmath.com is an annual International online competition in Mathematics/General Ability for students of grades 1-12 in Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. 

When will the competition be held?

How can the teacher get access?

To get access to the competition you need to go through the registration process on the website bricsmath.com.
Please note that the email address you enter during the registration will be your login ID. To confirm the registration, we will send you an email with your login ID and password. You can always change the password from your personal account. 

How can the student get access?

Using your login and the password as a teacher, you need to log in to your personal account at bricsmath.com and create an electronic list of the class.
You need to enter the First Name, Last Name and select the gender of each student. Then the system will generate logins and passwords of the students.
After that, print out logins and passwords and give them to your students. Using these logins and passwords, students can take part in the trial and the main rounds of the competition. Each teacher can register an unlimited number of classes and students. 

How to sign up for BRICSMATH competition? 

How to organize the competition at your school?

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Ebooks from National Book Trust (NBT) India



Ebooks from National Book Trust (NBT) India



National Book Trust, India Launches #StayHomeIndiaWithBooks

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(Download) CBSE Class-12 Sample Paper 2019-20 : Beauty And Hair

(Download) CBSE Class-12 Sample Paper 2019-20 : Beauty And Hair

Class: XII
Beauty And Hair-(747)

Sample Question Paper 2019-20

 

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(Download) CBSE Class-10 Sample Paper And Marking Scheme 2019-20 : (Hindi-B)


(Download) CBSE Class-10 Sample Paper And Marking Scheme 2019-20 :

(Hindi-B)



Sample Question Paper 2019-20
Hindi-B-(85)
Class-X

TIME: 3 Hrs
M.M.: 80

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CBSE Class-12 Exam 2019 : Marking Scheme, Informatics Practices

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CBSE Class-12 Exam 2019 : Marking Scheme

Question Paper, Informatics Practices


CBSE Class-12 Exam 2019 : Informatics Practices

  • CBSE AISSCE 2019 Marking Scheme for Informatics Practices
  • Sub Code: 065
  • Paper Code 90

General Instructions:

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(Download) CBSE Class-12 Sample Paper 2019-20 : Clinical Biochemistry And Microbiology

(Download) CBSE Class-10 Sample Paper And Marking Scheme 2019-20 : (Hindi-A)


(Download) CBSE Class-10 Sample Paper And Marking Scheme 2019-20 :

(Hindi-A)



Sample Question Paper 2019-20
Hindi(A)-(002)
Class-X

TIME: 3 Hrs
M.M.: 80

 

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2019 : Marking Scheme, Manipuri


CBSE Class-10 Exam 2019 : Marking Scheme

Question Paper, Manipuri


CBSE Class-10 Exam 2019 : Manipuri

 

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CBSE TOPPER MODEL ANSWERS 2019 (CLASS-12) : English Elective

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CBSE TOPPER MODEL ANSWERS 2019 (CLASS-12)

English Elective


  • Exam Name : CBSE Borad Exam Class - 12 Topper Model Answers 2019

  • Subject : English Elective (Model Answer)

  • Year : 2019

Click Here to Download Full Model Answer​

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