K M Dayashankar
KARIMNAGAR: The National Service Scheme (NSS) volunteers belonging to the Jyothismathi institute of technology and sciences (JITS) in Nusthullapur on the outskirts of Karimnagar town have organised counselled the students of government upper primary school in Ramakrishnapur colony in Thimmapur mandal on Friday.
The NSS volunteers had empowered the students on “Computer skills and cyber crimes’ through a projector. The volunteers explained in detail about what is a computer and how does it function and its parts and how cyber crimes were taking place in the world. They informed the students to educate their parents about not to click the unknown links on their mobile phones as there was every possibility of data being hacked.
The volunteers created awareness about security features, digital citizenship, preventive steps to take in case of financial frauds, crimes against women, children and many more concepts of cyber safety and security. JITS chairman J Sagar Rao and principal Dr K Srinivas Rao said that they had taken up the awareness programme for the benefit of government school students as part of the NSS activities. NSS programme officer Vishwa Prakash Babu, coordinator D Srinivas and others were also present.