UGC: Cyber ​​security in UG and PG is compulsory from the upcoming session, draft from states and universities.

UGC: Cyber ​​security in UG and PG is compulsory from the upcoming session, draft from states and universities.

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The University Grants Commission has given a big relief to the UGC NET-JRF. JRF has been validated for four years instead of three years due to the closure of educational institutions due to the Corona epidemic. The candidates whose deadline was expiring in March 2020 will also get the benefit. UGC President Prof. M Jagadesh Kumar said that due to the closure of educational institutions, UGC NET-JRF candidates have faced difficulties in admission.

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In the academic session 2022-23, students of undergraduate and postgraduate programs in the undergraduate program will teach basic and mid-level cyber security courses, which will consist of four credits, while the postgraduate program will offer mid- and advanced-level courses, which will carry four credits.

Its purpose is to make students aware of cyber fraud and to give technical knowledge in the era of digital education. Apart from this, experts have to be prepared in the field of cyber security. In this, the legal, social, economic aspects of cyber security will also be made aware. 

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has prepared its draft and shared it with the states and universities. Apart from this, a booklet showing general guidelines on digital hygiene in higher educational institutions has also been prepared.

It is written that in view of the revolution in information technology and the increasing demand for security-related matters, the need for cyber security is being felt. The rapid advancement in information technology has raised very complex questions.

A suitable solution is needed today. The curriculum prepared by high-level subject experts is based on these issues related to cyber security at present. Technology, its process, and common people have been kept at the center in its preparation. 

Such will be the course

UG program will get four credits on the basis of lecture, tutorial, practical practice. In this, general knowledge of cyber security, cybercrime and law, social media and security, e-commerce and digital payments, digital tools and techniques in cyber security, etc. will be taught. At the same time, in the postgraduate program, cyber security management, data privacy, and data security, cyber law and crime, etc. will be taught.

You will get information about these topics 

cyberspace, web technology, internet society, cybercrime, how women and children are threatened by cybercrime, what types of crimes are there, cases based on cyber security in India, hashtags, privacy in social media, Internet Banking, Digital Payment, Mobile Payment, Aadhaar, Debit or Credit Card Payment Security, Mobile Phone Security, Data Backup, Device Security, Wi-Fi Security, Anti Virus, Cyber ​​Attack, Cyber ​​Terrorism, Cyber ​​War, Online Job Fraud, Trafficking, Human Trafficking, Job Scam, Child Pornography, Cyber ​​Police Station, AI or MI, Blockchain, Cyber ​​Crime and Punishment, Cyber ​​Security Audit, etc. 

UGC President said that he will write a letter to the education ministers for CUET

University Grants Commission (UGC) Chairman Jagdish Kumar said, he will write a letter to the education ministers of all the states for admission at the graduation level through the Common University Entrance Exam (CUET). He said, after talking to the vice-chancellors of 25 universities in Gujarat, he will now meet the vice-chancellors of other state-funded universities. He will talk to the Education Ministers and Vice-Chancellors of the respective states for admission to the state universities with the qualification of CUET. so that they enroll in graduate programs through an admissions entrance test in the interest of the student. Pro. Kumar said, for the sake of student interest and parents, all states should appear in CUET.

UGC NET, JRF is valid for one year The

University Grants Commission has given a big relief to UGC NET-JRF. JRF has been validated for four years instead of three years due to the closure of educational institutions due to the Corona epidemic. The candidates whose deadline was expiring in March 2020 will also get the benefit. UGC President Prof. M Jagadesh Kumar said that due to the closure of educational institutions, UGC NET-JRF candidates have faced difficulties in admission. Keeping this in mind, UGC NET-JRF candidates are being given validity up to four instead of three. Apart from this, the National Fellowship (SC, ST, OBC) has also been made four years instead of three years.

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