Students Should Be Aware Of Cyber ​​Crime

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Lalitpur. A seminar on cybercrime was organized under Mission Shakti-3 at Raghuveer Singh Government College on Saturday.
Dr. Sunil Kumar Yadav, Head of Chemistry Department of the college said that more than fifty thousand cases are being reported every year. Students need to be careful and avoid them. He said that digital signature should be used in electronic devices working online and their passwords should also be changed from time to time.
Victims of cybercrime should file a complaint on the cybercrime portal. College professor Dr. DK Sahu asked the girl students to be empowered and ensure their participation in every field. Dr. Manish Kumar Verma told some memoirs related to cyber crime to the students and asked them to learn from them. Dr. Ritesh Kumar Khare conducted the program. Who also recited a self-composed poem based on philanthropy. In the end thanks and gratitude was given by Mission Shakti Convenor Anuradha Singh. Bouquet was presented to Professor Keshav Dev, Principal and Nodal Officer of the college, Mission Shakti. Principal Prof. Keshav Dev,
RK Sarauniya, Archana Sirothia, Ichha Omar, Barish Dwivedi, Vijender Singh etc. were present. Among the students, Vaishnavi Rathore, Divya Bhargava, Shivanshi Patkar, Anshika Jain, Shalini Jha, Sushmita Patel, Yash, Rajendra, Pushpendra etc. participated.

Lalitpur. A seminar on cybercrime was organized under Mission Shakti-3 at Raghuveer Singh Government College on Saturday.

Dr. Sunil Kumar Yadav, Head of Chemistry Department of the college said that more than fifty thousand cases are being reported every year. Students need to be careful and avoid them. He said that digital signature should be used in electronic devices working online and their passwords should also be changed from time to time.

Victims of cybercrime should file a complaint on the cybercrime portal. College professor Dr. DK Sahu asked the girl students to be empowered and ensure their participation in every field. Dr. Manish Kumar Verma told some memoirs related to cyber crime to the students and asked them to learn from them. Dr. Ritesh Kumar Khare conducted the program. Who also recited a self-composed poem based on philanthropy. In the end thanks and gratitude was given by Mission Shakti Convenor Anuradha Singh. Bouquet was presented to Professor Keshav Dev, Principal and Nodal Officer of the college, Mission Shakti. Principal Prof. Keshav Dev,

RK Sarauniya, Archana Sirothia, Ichha Omar, Barish Dwivedi, Vijender Singh etc. were present. Among the students, Vaishnavi Rathore, Divya Bhargava, Shivanshi Patkar, Anshika Jain, Shalini Jha, Sushmita Patel, Yash, Rajendra, Pushpendra etc. participated.