IIT Delhi and Koo App will collaborate to raise awareness of air pollution . The program will reach a wider and more diverse audience, including first-time social media users .
New Delhi: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi has announced a collaboration with Koo App to raise awareness of the importance of reducing air pollution and creating a cleaner atmosphere.The program will reach a wider and more diverse audience, including first-time social media users, with material in local languages about pollution levels and potential solutions to reduce the impact.Check your admission chances to IITsISM based on your JEE Advanced Rank Start here JEE Advanced College Predictor Confused about which career option to choose?Here's how to figure out your ideal fit.To receive pollution-related reports, IIT Delhi will develop an API that would be integrated with the Koo API.These results will then be shared with users on the platform in their native languages by way of interactive videos and visual content.Koo will develop a dedicated handle to raise concerns about air pollution, as well as receiving advice from medical professionals on how to protect oneself.A partnership such as this one can be a vital step in terms of reducing pollution levels and its effect on society. Professor Sagnik Dey, Institute Chair Professor, Indian Institute of Technology, believes that air pollution is India's biggest environmental and health issue.The problem of air pollution cannot be solved without the help of the public and general awareness.I am thrilled to be a part of this pilot scheme, which will examine people's perceptions of air pollution and promote clean air practices.This will help us to devise a more effective communications strategy and increase people's involvement. Koo is in the ideal position to partner with IIT Delhi to resolve the issue of air pollution as a responsible platform that has raised awareness on issues of public concern.Koo can help to increase public perception at the individual, community, and government levels by using the Multi-lingual Kooing (MLK) feature.We can all work together to ensure that questions regarding air pollution do not become a part of our children's futures.