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Over 3000 Students Become Digital Champions Under Free Digital Safety Training Course

– Raheem Khan

Jaipur, Feb. 25: Aghaaz Edtech Foundation (AEF) and YLAC Organization organized an award ceremony for schools that were the first to complete the Digital Champion Program.

Mohammad Shahzad, Founder and Secretary of AEF, said that through this program, over 3000 students from classes 8 to 12 in Jaipur were made digital champions. This will enable them to use the internet safely in the future and protect themselves and others from online fraud.

The program aims to educate students aged 13 to 18 years about various aspects of online safety. It acquaints students with potential dangers on the internet, fake news, and the mental effects of technology.

Eighty-one students from Raz Public Senior Secondary School in Jaipur completed the course first at the national level, and 100 students from Vardhaman Public School at the regional level.

Speaking as Chief Guest, Mukesh Chaudhary, CEO, Cyber Veer Technology, discussed various cases of cybercrime and gave suggestions on how to prevent it.

Special Guest Vijay Singh Shekhawat, Chief Minister Delivery Cell, shared information on how government schemes are delivered to the people and career information with the students.

Kulbhushan Kothari, Managing Trustee Pratham Rajasthan, who presided over the program, told the students that in today’s era, it’s very important for every person to acquire computer knowledge because, without it, one cannot progress in life.

Pramila Kothari, President of Aghaaz, thanked all the guests for the program and congratulated the students on becoming digital champions and receiving certificates.

Sumaiya Muslim from Aghaaz provided students with career guidance and information on scholarships for studying abroad.

Certificates were distributed to 60 students and schools were honored with trophies and shields.


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