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Jetking comes up with specialised blockchain tech course for students to tackle cyber crime

September 20, 2022 04:49 PM

CHANDIGARH: Continuing with its characteristic zeal to foray into diverse educational subjects, Jetking, Chandigarh  took another leap this time to address one of the most critical dangers being faced by governments world over in the form of cyber-crime. To perpetuate safe cyber behavior, the institute today organized a discussion on 'Cyber Security and Creating a Safe Cyber Ecosystem - The Way Forward'.


The well attended session witnessed stimulating discussion on crucial aspects of cyber laws and its execution besides the need to amend those in tandem with sophisticated threat avenues. The pioneer institute, after months of extensive research  has also introduced  a dedicated course based on blockchain technology for students aspiring to carve a career in this most emergent field of cyber security , besides attracting one of the most efficient police force in the country towards their effort.

“ Cyber threat is one of the most potent dangers plaguing economies worldwide, and needs urgent redressal at a multiplicity of levels beginning from classroom, averred Jetking Director  Vinod Chauhan here  while addressing a session on Cyber Security at Chandigarh Press Club . The niche course is UGC Approved with a duration of 6 months and has a huge potential for young students as it can be enrolled after 12 th Class. The MNCs worldwide  have already started using blockchain technology as it is recognized  as one of the safest platforms to store data which cannot be hacked, which makes it the most emerging tech space with 67.3% estimated market growth by 2025.

 Informing further , Vinod Chauhan stated that, learning to be safe and agile on net has to be inculcated from a classroom only in today’s date, and this is our endeavor to engage and prepare  young inquisitive minds toward the future.   


The Cybercrime department has always strived hard to offer latest up to date information regarding the cyber security, but still according to information shared by the department, around 15-25 cases of cyber-crime are registered in a week which clearly calls in for latest trained skillset in this field. We have offered cybercrime deportment cell, Chandigarh free of cost blockchain technology course to Tackle Cyber-crime and received much appreciation from their end.

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