Digital socialization is a process through which individuals learn and internalize the values created on social media. Its intimidated impact affecting the psychology of youth, and changing the patterns of society by displacing the former patterns of socialization as the new tech-innovations are creating the new digital socializations spaces beyond the traditional agents of socialization; namely, family, education, and media etc. On the one hand, it is educating the youth through positive programs, seminars, webinars, and constructive debates on digital forums. On the other hand, it has also been charged with the accusation of affecting the mental health of youth, and tarnishing the fabric of society by leading towards depression, anxiety, impulsive disorder, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), self-obsessed and narcissist behaviors, violation of the norms, and juvenile delinquency among youth. In order to cater these challenges, Departments of Mass Communication, Psychology and Sociology are organizing a symposium on digital socialization of youth.