Sunday, October 2, 2022

9 To 12 Students Will Now Be Taught Every Month Lessons From Cybercrime Prevention

Cybercrime is also increasing rapidly with the increasing use of mobile and internet, in such an effort is being made to make children and adults aware about cybercrime. Now, instructions have been given to teach cybercrime lessons to the students of classes 9 to 12 in the schools of the state. For this, a blueprint […]

Cybercrime is also increasing rapidly with the increasing use of mobile and internet, in such an effort is being made to make children and adults aware about cybercrime. Now, instructions have been given to teach cybercrime lessons to the students of classes 9 to 12 in the schools of the state. For this, a blueprint has also been prepared by the Education Department.

Digital suffering has increased in the era of demonetisation and after that, on the other hand, cybercrime people have …

Cybercrime is also increasing rapidly with the increasing use of mobile and internet, in such an effort is being made to make children and adults aware about cybercrime. Now, instructions have been given to teach cybercrime lessons to the students of classes 9 to 12 in the schools of the state. For this, a blueprint has also been prepared by the Education Department.

Digital suffering has increased in the era of demonetisation and after that, on the other hand, cybercrime people have also become active in large numbers. Along with blowing money from the account, extorting money by threatening to defame them through morph photos on social media, extorting money with the lure of reward, as well as insulting girls have also increased. Then only awareness can save the person from such crimes and that is why the government and the police department are trying to make people aware. Under this, the Ministry of Home Affairs of the Central Government has started the Indian Cyber ​​Crime Coordination Center scheme to control cyber crime. Along with this, the National Cyber ​​Crime Reporting Portal has also been created so that the victim can file a complaint. After being instructed by the Ministry of Home Affairs to make students aware of cybercrime, an exercise has been started by the Gujarat government and the police and education department jointly educate the students on cybercrime on one day every month. It is being planned that the lesson will be taught. According to the plan, the last Wednesday of every month has been fixed for this. On this day from 11 to 12 in every school, what is cybercrime to students of class 9 to 12 and how it is done. Is. Lessons will be taught about what precautions we should take to avoid cybercrime.

Information sought from schools in Google form

On the instructions of the state government, the education department has started planning to teach lessons in cybercrime. For this, the Education Department has issued a circular and has called for information in Google form from the schools of the states. This information will be provided to the CID Crime Department.

Cyber ​​thugs crossed Rs 155 crore in the state in one and a half year

In the year and a half of the Corona period, there has been a spurt in cyber crime in the state. According to the Cyber ​​Crime Cell, 37 thousand people who have been victims of fraud have lodged complaints on the helpline. According to the complaints, cyber thugs have invested Rs 155 crore.

 

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