STATE TIMES NEWSRAJOURI: As part of Information Technology awareness drive undertaken to educate the local youth, Army organised a lecture on “Digital India” at Youth Centre, Palma in Rajouri District. The lecture was aimed to create awareness about various routine procedures like internet banking, bill payments and railway reservations which earlier were time consuming. During the lecture, the audience was made aware about various types of cyber/ internet crimes prevalent and measures to prevent cybercrimes like hacking, ransomware, espionage, financial theft, phishing activities and other internet related crimes. As part of the Digital India initiative of Government of India the students were also informed about numerous employment opportunities that can be exploited as a career in field of their choice. The initiative was greatly appreciated by the locals and they expressed their gratitude for the knowledge imparted to them.
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