MANGALURU: Ananth Prabhu, a cyber safety expert who’s the adviser for Vikas Group of Institutions, and Vivek Shetty, an entrepreneur and social activist from Mangaluru, have added out the e-guide, ‘Cyber Safe Girl — Beti Ko Bachao, Cyber Crime Se,’ which contains 15 infections to ensure online safety of ladies. It makes a specialty of how ladies can fall prey at mobile recharge shops, debit card cloning, SMS spoofing, name spoofing, ransomware, cyberstalking, photo morphing, profile hacking, online games, process call letter, courting websites, camera hacking, and social trolling.
Ananth Prabhu stated that whilst the e-book is to be had on www.Cybresafegirl.Com, the difficult copy becomes currently allotted to women at Roshni Nilaya School of Social Work the presence of Mangaluru City DCP (Crime) Uma Prashanth.
At the workshop, students will attend talks by ADGP Sanjay Sahay and Ananth Prabhu, following which every girl will visit five houses and enlighten women there on the way to be cyber safe. “We’re building a network of cyberspace women. Since the infections are presented in black & white, college students can be given sketch pens and requested to colorate them on the workshop. The first-rate posters can be decided on, and a coloration edition of the ebook will be launched through March-cease,” Prabhu stated.
The work has been known through the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing and the Information Security Education and Awareness of the authorities and might be allotted among CBSE colleges. About 10,000 copies are being printed and dispensed loose to ladies in Dakshina Kannada in the first segment and very soon they’ll reach other districts too.
About seventy-five 000 downloads of the ebook have taken place. The work has been supported by employing Hanumantharaya DCP (Law & Order) Mangaluru City and senior IPS officers and Sanjay Sahay, Murugan, and Arun Chakravarthy, Roopa D, Vedamurthi CB, and different officers inclusive of Uma Prashanth, Reena Suvarna, Yogesh Kumar, and Savithra Teja. Others who helped within the work include Prashanth Jhala (cyberlaw representative and cybercrime investigator), Anudeep Karkera (artist), Naga Basava (SEO professional) and Waseem Shan (internet developer).
MANIPAL: In an attempt to eliminate malnutrition among children, interdisciplinary college students of Manipal Academy of Higher Education have developed a low-cost electricity bar —‘Bargrains’. The bar is a combination of healthful grains and millets certain together with a natural sweetener, jaggery. However, the concept that was innovated all through the Grand Challenge Udupi qualified within the pinnacle 3 teams gained a prize. The team also aims to expand the idea ahead and commercialize it.
Chef K Thirugnanasambantham, major of Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration (WGSHA), stated that it was made using grains and millets that we generally overlook in our normal weight loss program. It is a unique recipe that combines all matters wholesome, elements whose inclusion in our food regimen may be essential.
He added that this year’s theme for ‘The Grand Challenge Udupi’ becomes ‘Empowering the Under-served.’
This low price energy bar turned into made with the vision of serving a healthier opportunity to youngsters beneath the age of 5, focusing on the underprivileged, poverty-afflicted who don’t eat enough or the specified energy in an afternoon. The bar is a sweet mix of pearl millet, Kodu millet, damaged wheat, peanuts and plenty of extra grains and millets.
Team mentor and chef Thirugnanasambantham added that in the long run, they purpose to approach the government and work along with them to make these bars part of the meals provided to children in faculties, especially in Anganwadi centers. Currently, vegetarian youngsters are given bananas at the same time as other eggs. Bargains can update both banana and egg as it incorporates all of the needed nutrients. “Although our awareness group constituted of underprivileged and undernourished, the samples of our very personal strength bar have impressed absolutely everyone who has tasted them,” he stated including that bar can value as low as Rs 5.