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Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham to host cyber security contest for school students

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Posted on 26 Dec 2021
19:54 PM
participants will be able to obtain a certificate at the conclusion of the course.

participants will be able to obtain a certificate at the conclusion of the course. Source: Twitter

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Summary
Students from Classes VII to XII can participate in the contest
Finals for the Amrita InCTF junior will be held from December 28 to 30, 2021

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham in association with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) offers a unique programme to school students to learn, practice and enhance their cyber security skills. No prior knowledge of computers, programming is necessary to participate in this programme called Amrita InCTF junior. Students from Classes VII to XII can participate in the contest. Finals will be conducted from December 28 to 30, 2021.

Democratising cyber-security education by making it accessible to everyone at a very young age and anchoring them on the track for excellent careers is what Amrita's India Capture The Flag (InCTF) Junior programme is all about.

Today, InCTF Junior is a Cyber-Security talent incubator that exposes participants to the cyber-security world, helping them to learn and grow their skills hands-on.

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The programme presents them exciting opportunities of getting mentored, peer-networking, and perhaps a platform to showcase their talent and get recognised and rewarded. Online guidance and sessions will be conducted to help students to learn.

The programme's design is in line with National Educational Policy 2020, and participants will be able to obtain a certificate at the conclusion of the course.

Apply here:

https://junior.inctf.in/start

InCTFj is India’s cyber security and CTF hacking championship for school students, having helped over 20,000 student participants from 23 states of India for the last five years.

Last updated on 26 Dec 2021
19:54 PM
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