Recognizing selflessness, sincerity, and creativity in action - Let's celebrate our partners in the pursuit of making cyber safety a fundamental right for all. It's time to choose the performance that left a lasting impact.

Pratibha College of Commerce & Computer Studies

2000+ Mass Gathering & Attention Seeking Activity

Multiple activities were organized as a part of the program for the day. The students organized a flash mob at Durga Tekdi and visited the local Police station and a hospital. Public places like malls and gyms were used to spread awareness to the public present. The highlight was the skit on cyber safety performed by the students. The participants were also kept engaged with quizzes and games like poster making and essay writing.

Audience: Students, Teachers, Police, Hospital staff and general public

Stakeholder: Police, Hospital Staff

Hon. Balasaheb Jadhav Arts, Commerce & Science College, Ale

600+ Slogan rally through rikshaw / bus stand to aware villagers

All students took rally towards ale village Rickshaw/Bus stand carrying slogans and posters. During rally, information about cyber security was shared by shouting slogans. Team of volunteers guided students & villagers about online threats. volunteers guided them on how to prevent frauds by making necessary phone & social media settings. To make villagers understand how to stay safe online by using security setting for social media and what precautions to be taken during online presence.

Audience: Students, Villagers, Teaching and non-teaching staff, farmers.

Stakeholder: Principal, Parents, Media persons

MKSSS K B Joshi Institute of IT

500+ Street Play ,Rally and guest lecture

A mass activity was conducted in the form of a march from matoshoshree chowk to the college campus. The students performed a street play on cyber security and awareness along the way on each chowk for the crowds present there. This was followed by a session by a police officer, an advocate and an industry expert to provide crucial information to the students gathered. The activity ended with the cyber oath taking ceremony.

Audience: Students, Teachers, Shopkeepers, Pedestrians, Alumni, Media

Stakeholder: Media, Police

Dr. D.Y. Patil College of Engineering, Talegaon

500+ Cyber Canvas - Colours of Security

The Cyber Canvas program brought together students, faculty, and staff in a celebration of art and technology. The event featured a Rangoli making competition infused with cyber security themes, alongside a poster making competition focusing on key aspects of online safety. Participants were encouraged to blend traditional artistry with modern messaging, creating a vibrant and informative atmosphere. The activities inspired the students to engage with the theme of cyber security creatively and intellectually.

Audience: Students, Teaching and non-teaching staff

Stakeholder: Media, Cyber Security Experts, Artists, Sponsors

Vidya Pratishthans Arts, Science & Commerce College, Baramati

Street Play: 300+

The students of VPASCC, Baramati chose to perform 5 engaging street plays in the nearby Mall and market places to target the highest possible number of people as part of the efforts to spread awareness on cyber security and safety measures. The plays captivated the audience and educated them on the need for safeguarding themselves in the digital sphere against cyber threats and cyber hacks and practice the latest cyber security measures in their life.

Audience: Students, Teachers, Media personnel, General Public

Stakeholder: Media, Police, Govt. Officials

Dr. D. Y. Patil Arts, Commerce and Science College, Pimpri, Pune

2000+ Workshop on privacy & security settings of smartphone & social media for female students

The cyber volunteers conducted sessions in nearby colleges and schools to spread awareness on cyber security. The workshop organized in collaboration with the police and other sessions focused on creating awareness of cyber crimes like phishing and how to report them. Female students were also sensitized to measures they can take to protect their privacy online and the resources they can use. The session ended with activities like cyber Olympiads and the cyber oath.

Audience: Students, Teaching and non-teaching staff, Police, Alumni

Stakeholder: Media, Police