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Digital Citizenship

3 February 2023

Digital citizenship has become a pressing issue in today’s technologically advanced world. With a growing number of people relying on digital tools and platforms, it is vital to ensure that they use these resources responsibly and safely. This is where the concept of digital citizenship comes into play. It refers to the responsible use of technology and the internet, encompassing ethical, safe, and respectful usage.

At the event held today, attendees were presented with a plethora of information on digital citizenship. The discussions highlighted various areas such as cyberbullying, online privacy, and digital literacy, which play a pivotal role in fostering responsible digital citizenship. It was a great opportunity for attendees to learn about the impact of their online actions and how they can navigate the digital world in a way that is mindful of others and themselves.

One of the highlights of the event was the hilarious “sit down” comedy by Aveer and Abeers, which left the audience in fits of laughter. The lively and captivating songs also left attendees wanting more. However, while the entertainment was a highlight of the event, the critical message of digital citizenship was not lost on the attendees.

The event emphasized the importance of being aware of one’s digital footprint and the need to respect others online. It also highlighted the positive impact that technology can have on individuals and society when used in a responsible and ethical manner. The discussions encouraged participants to be proactive in their digital behaviour, to think critically about the information they come across, and to make informed decisions when using digital platforms.

Overall, the event was an enriching experience that provided attendees with a comprehensive understanding of digital citizenship and its relevance in today’s world. It was a valuable opportunity to learn about responsible digital behaviour and the impact it can have on individuals, society, and the world at large.

We are grateful to our alumni, Ishaan Gupta (Class of 2006), Medha Vira Gupta (Class of 2009) and Samvid Gupta (Class of 2010) for their generous support in creating the website.