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Minister Ms. Bhuria inaugurates Cyber Sakhi training, daughters will be given cyber security


Feb 20, 2024

Jhabua Rahim Sherani Women and Child Development Minister Ms. Nirmala Bhuria, while inaugurating the Cyber Sakhi training program, said that daughters can be protected from cyber crimes through family support, mutual communication and counselling.
He said that children should be made aware by giving them continuous information about the methods of cyber crime and said that daughters will be given adequate training to protect themselves from cyber crime. He said that Cyber Sakhi program will play an active role in making children aware.

Women and Child Development Minister Ms. Nirmala Bhuria launched the Cyber Sakhi Training Program at the Institute of Excellence in Higher Education. He said that in the changing social and family environment, the trend of nuclear family is increasing. It is important for children to get guidance from family members. Everyone will have to work together to create such an environment in the family and society in which children behave friendly with their parents and can share their problems without any hesitation. Minister Ms. Bhuria said that the government will provide all possible assistance in making more and more girls aware through Cyber Sakhi. Cyber Sakhi poster was released by Ms. Bhuria.
Additional Director General of Police, Women Safety Branch, Dr. Virendra Mishra gave detailed information on human trafficking and human trafficking and rescue. He advised to share personal information thoughtfully on social media as it can be misused anywhere. Founder of Ahaan Foundation, Mrs. Sonali Patankar gave detailed information about the Cyber Sakhi training program. Cyber Sakhi training program has been started by Ahaan Foundation to enhance the knowledge of girls for protection from cyber crime and to create awareness about human trafficking and human trafficking. Empowerment program will be run in the colleges of the state for girls as security ambassadors to protect them from cyber crime.
Managing Director Mrs. Nidhi Nivedita, Secretary of State Women Commission Trupti Tripathi and Director of Institute of Higher Education Excellence Mahipal Yadav, teachers and a large number of students were present in the program.

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