Grand Finale of Cy-Fi Karandak 2017

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Quick Heal Foundation, the CSR arm of Quick Heal Technologies Limited, the leading provider of IT Security Solutions in association with Pune City Police announced the winners of the first edition of ‘Cy-Fi Karandak 2017’ at a gala ceremony at Bharat Natya Mandir. ‘Vaat’ by ‘Prarambha’ was adjudged as the winner of the competition followed by ‘4th Dimension’ by ‘Unbox Pune’ and ‘Mission Perfection’ by ‘Jacaranda’ Pune.

The winners were felicitated at the hands Kailash Katkar, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Quick Heal Technologies Limited, Sanjay Katkar, Joint Managing Director and Chief Technology Officer, Quick Heal Technologies Limited, Sudhir Hiremath, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Economic Offences Wing (EoW) & Cybercrime, Pune Police and Pradeep Vaidya, Director, Expression Lab. Renowned film and television personalities like Suyash Tilak, Parna Pethe, Girish Joshi and Sunil Sukthankar were present on the occasion.

“Conscious Awareness” Program by Quick Heal Foundation in association with Pankh at NavMaharashtra Vidyalay, Pimpri

Maharashtra Times, December 4, 2017 | Punyanagari, December 4, 2017
Quick Heal Foundation, Pankh and Rayat Shikshan Sanstha organized “Conscious Awareness” program at NavMaharashtra Vidyalay, Pimpri. Police Sub Inspector, Ratna Sawant and Pawan Patil guided students about various laws regarding harassment, abuse etc. They also briefed students on various punishment provisions in law if somebody found guilty.

Press Conference to announce the launch of Cy-Fi Karandak 2017

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In its endeavor to create awareness on Cybersecurity, Quick Heal Foundation, the CSR arm of Quick Heal Technologies Limited, the leading provider of IT Security Solutions in association with Pune City Police today announced the launch of Cy-Fi Karandak 2017, a first-of-its-kind competitive festival of offline and online one-act-plays aimed at creating a vibrant platform that portrays the impact of digital revolution on human life.

Quick Heal Foundation celebrates Women’s Day at Dhole Patil School

Navbharat, March 10, 2017 | Maharashtra Times, Kesari, March 11, 2017
Quick Heal Foundation and Pankh organised women’s day celebrations at Dhole Patil School.

Quick Heal Foundation conducts career counselling for students

Kesari, Lokmat, Navrashtra | Jan 22, 2017
Quick Heal Foundation conducted career counselling session for students and, advised them to pursue a career in a field they find interesting.

Quick Heal Foundation signs MoU with LTJSS

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Quick Heal Foundation has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Lokmanya Tilak Jankalyan Shikshan Sanstha (LTJSS), Nagpur to form ‘Cyber Awareness Literacy Cell (CALC)’ in the college to create cyber awareness among the college students.

Quick Heal Foundation and Pankh organise a play about the importance of education for women

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Quick Heal Foundation and Pankh organised ‘Songti’, a play about the importance of education for women. This play portrayed the struggles of a girl child to become self dependent.