This campaign by Young Mangalorean Entrepreneurs will help girls to be Cyber-Safe

This campaign by Young Mangalorean Entrepreneurs will help girls to be Cyber-Safe

April 30: Few degree college student volunteers in Mangalore appealed to other girl students in the city not to become a victim of cyber-stalking, cyber-blackmail and sextortion.
Young entrepreneur Darshan Jain with like-minded friends released a booklet `Cyber safe girl-Beti ko Bachao, Cyber crime se’ at ACE office in Empire mall on Monday. Kavoor Government First Grade College students along with those of other colleges appealed to other girl students to be careful while uploading their photos and personal information online. They handed over a copy of a booklet titled ‘Cyber-Safe Girl’ to girl students free of cost. More than 400 such booklets were distributed  to girl students outside the colleges which were identified as CET exam centres in and around the city on Monday, April 29.

Cyber-Safe Girl, the booklet has a foreword written by the Deputy Commissioner of Police (Law and order) Hanumantharaya and 15 true stories, is an initiative by young entrepreneurs Darshan Jain, Dishit Shetty, ManikantaJitesh Jain, Nandan Jain and Guru M Rao. These young entrepreneurs, working closely with the police, had realised how youngsters are often the victims of drug abuse and cyber-crime.
Darshan Jain along with like-minded friends like Ananth Prabhu G and Vivek Shetty the Cyber Safe Girl project. Each book cost around Rs 17.50 and the expenses were met from their own resources.

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