Parents of preschoolers can look forward to an increasing number of social media chats, including one for their children.
In a bid to foster communication among parents and children, the Indian government is planning to launch a national children’s room, called “Chat Rooms,” which will allow parents and caregivers to share their daily lives with their children on social media.
According to a government statement, the social media-based room will be a new addition to the existing “rooms” and will be open to all the children of Indian and foreign countries.
“Children can share their personal lives with each other on the chat room.
This new concept will be of great help in ensuring the comfort and safety of children, as well as in providing their parents and guardians with a more effective and meaningful way of communicating with them,” the statement said.”
The children can also share their feelings, hopes and dreams, which are shared in the chat rooms, as long as they follow rules and guidelines,” it added.
Parents can also request that the room’s chatroom be opened only to them, according to the statement.
This will ensure that parents have a more direct connection with their young ones, who will be in the room to talk about things, like homework and homework problems.
“Chat Rooms are also open to parents to exchange ideas and advice on children, which is of utmost importance to them,” it said.