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Posted by : Admin|Date : 16 Mar, 2023|Location : Karamsad

Bhaikaka University celebrated International Women’s Day with great enthusiasm

Bhaikaka University, Karamsad celebrated International Women’s Day on the 14th and 15th of March through a range of activities and events across the campus with the association of the Women Development Cell and the NSS Unit of the University. This year (2023) the theme of Women's Day was DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality.
On 14th March an Exhibition-cum-sale was organized at the garden of Pramukhswami Medical College. There were 20 stalls featuring everything from art and crafts to food and paintings and jewelry by more than 50 students and employees of the University. The exhibition-cum-sale was inaugurated by Dr. Utpala Kharod (Provost, Bhaikaka University).
On this occasion principals of all institutes of Bhaikaka university, Members of the Women Development Cell, Officers of the NSS unit, faculties, students, and staff were present. A Beautiful flower rangoli was made by Nursing students in the garden.
On the second day, 15th March the informative lectures were organized at the lecture hall of Pramukhswami Medical College on the basis of a theme. More than 400 students and employees attended.
Shri Amit Vasava (IPS, Ahmadabad & Ex. DSP Crime Branch) delivered a lecture on “Cybercrime – Awareness & Prevention”. He informed that "There are several types of cyber crimes; the most common ones are email frauds, social media frauds, banking frauds, ransomware attacks, cyber espionage, identity theft, clickjacking, spyware, etc.
One should dial 1930 — a helpline to recover money lost to online financial crime. This is National Cyber Crime Reporting Portal working 24x7. He added that people should learn about cybercrime and the several risks and prevention strategies associated with it.
Ms. Prarthana Dave (Entrepreneur, NV financial Academy) provided information on “Financial independence and security”.
The positive vibes were spread through dance and skits performed by students of MBBS and Physiotherapy.