Keep Moving Movement 2021 by UTCPCR

Port Blair, Oct 21: A&N UT Commission for Protection of Child Rights (UTCPCR) functioning in the islands is a statutory body constituted under CPCR Act 2005 to protect and safeguard child rights and other related matters in Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The Commission is further mandated to ensure proper implementation of the provisions of POCSO Act 2012, JJ (care and protection of children) Act 2015 and Right to Education (RTE) Act 2009.

Keep Moving Movement 2021, a programme for Teachers and Students by Life School Pune took off to virtual start in these Islands with about 50 Teachers participating in the inaugural session on 16th October 2021 from all the parts of islands including Car Nicobar & Campbell Bay. The theme of the inaugural session was “Teachers- The Silent Revolutionaries”.

This is an initiative of Andaman & Nicobar UT Commission for Protection of Child Rights with support and co-operation from Department of Education for the holistic development of school children of class IX & X through five online sessions. Keep Moving Movement is dedicated to building a “culture of inspiration” among the Teaching and Student Community. Children have a right to development and realise their full potential with support from parents, teachers & society in general. Ever since the pandemic and consequent Lockdown the need for holistic development of school children has been a priority concern for the Commission. 

Keep Moving Movement through its sessions seek to inspire children, develop confidence and strengthen their life skills and help them to evolve as inspired and empowered human beings for their journey ahead in life. Around 2000+ students from 28 schools from different part of A & N Islands are expected to participate in the program.

The inaugural session for the teachers was addressed by Mr. Narendra Godiani, founder Life School, Pune after a welcome address by Smt. Neeta Agrawal Member UTCPCR.

The Student’s Sessions is scheduled to start from 22nd October 2021 and would be spread over next two months.       

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