Dimapur, September 25: A career guidance and legal awareness programme was conducted at Meluri, organised by DEF Phek in collaboration with Chakesang Students’ Union and Meluri Students’ Union on September 24.
The event featured SP Phek, Dr. Pritipal Kaur, who delivered a comprehensive talk on career guidance and cyber safety. Dr. Kaur provided valuable insights into various competitive exams and recommended study materials to aspiring students.
She also emphasised the importance of vigilance against cyber scams and encouraged attendees to report any cybercrimes via the 1930 helpline or the NCRP portal. Dr. Kaur urged the students to become cyber volunteers to help spread awareness about cyber safety.
Professor Md. Sayeed Khan from NIT discussed the intricacies of the cyber world, ethical hacking, and the misuse of social media. He advised students to stay vigilant against extortion, phishing, deep fake technology, and other forms of cybercrimes.
He underscored the importance of not allowing apps downloaded from unknown sources to compromise personal data. He also cautioned against the use of public Wi-Fi and fake chargers, stressing the need for protective measures.
MGN Fellowship representative Sahil provided valuable information about various government schemes and programs available for students and self-help groups (SHGs).
(Page News Service)