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Cyber safety, legal awareness, and career guidance programme held at Phek

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Dimapur, September 21: A comprehensive program focusing on cyber safety, legal awareness, and career guidance was organized collaboratively by the SP Office Phek, Chakhesang Students’ Union (CSU), and Phek Government College. This informative event was hosted at Phek Government College on September 20 with the aim of equipping students with valuable knowledge and resources.
Superintendent of Police Phek, Dr. Pritpal Kaur Batra, IPS graced the occasion with her presence and shed light on the program’s purpose. She discussed various types of complaints received through online registration at the NCRP portal and the helpline 1930.
Dr. Batra urged students to become cyber volunteers and actively participate in spreading awareness about cybercrimes.
The session’s resource person, Md Sayeed Khan, Senior Faculty at the National Institute of Technology (NIT) and founder of Zed-Ace, delved into crucial topics related to cyber safety and ethical hacking. Khan provided insights into preventive measures to safeguard against cyber fraud. He also emphasized the vulnerabilities associated with using social media apps and shared strategies for protection.
Addressing the career guidance aspect of the program, Sahil from the MGN Fellowship highlighted various government schemes and policies available for students. Sahil encouraged students to make informed career choices based on their preferences and aspirations.
The program was presided over by Kenei, and Povozo Soho, CSU Leader, delivered the warm welcome address, setting an encouraging tone for the event.
The collaborative efforts of the SP Office Phek, Chakhesang Students’ Union, and Phek Government College in organizing this program reflect their commitment to enhancing cyber safety awareness, legal knowledge, and career prospects for the students of Phek. By empowering the youth with valuable information and resources, this initiative aims to prepare them for a brighter and more secure future.
(Page News Service)

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