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Anant National University, India’s first DesignX University, inaugurated the Cyber Safe Mission Symposium, a Gujarat Government initiative to prevent people from becoming victims of cybercrime. Shri. Harsh Sanghavi, Home Minister (state) and MoS for Industries, Transport, Youth, and Sports, inaugurated the event and announced the university’s collaboration with the Ahmedabad Police for the Gujarat State Government’s Cyber Safe Mission. The event also commemorated the opening of a new lab at Anant-Earthlink 2372 – a dedicated lab for the advancement of AI technology and hyper visualisation, inaugurated by Shri Harsh Sanghavi and the announcement of the Cyber Safe Hackathon.

The symposium marked the exchange of an MoU for the Cyber Safe Mission between the Ahmedabad Police and Anant National University. The Gujarat Police initiated the Cyber Safe Mission, an initiative of Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel under the guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Cybersafe Mission is a mass movement to raise awareness of the ever-changing world of cybercrime and aims to prevent people from becoming victims. The initiative is a step towards realising Prime Minister’s Vision for India @2047.

Cyber Safe Mission has helped Gujarat Police to curb and combat instances of cybercrime through AASHVAST, India’s first cybercrime prevention unit in Gandhinagar, a project launched by the Union Home Minister Amit Shah. India’s first cybercrime prevention unit in Gandhinagar. The MoU is a step to formulate a holistic approach to combat cybercrime and make Anant National University a hub to achieve this goal. The signing of the MOU is a significant step towards developing awareness programmes and a strong, scalable student community network in Ahmedabad, which will serve as the future torch bearer of cybersecurity.

Post the exchange of the MoU, Cyber Safe Hackathon was launched during the event, which aims to sensitise students towards combating cybercrime using a problem-solving approach. Harsh Sanghavi also inaugurated the Centre of Excellence in Futuristic Technologies, a new lab dedicated to the development of AI and hyper visualisation technologies. The state-of-the-art facility intends to equip students with potential to identify challenges and mitigate cybercrime by leveraging futuristic technology and facilitating research.

Dr Anunaya Chaubey, Provost of Anant National University said, “We are honoured to have the Home Minister of State, Harsh Sanghavi, on our campus to inaugurate the Cyber Safe Mission Symposium; his contribution to youth empowerment is remarkable. The initiative ensures to address and solve the issues of cybersecurity and Anant with the state-of-the-art lab will assist in accelerating the AI journey for students in learning and experimenting with IR 4.0 technologies such as AI, AR, analytics, and so on, which are enhancing digital transformation across industries. Without a doubt, AI will change the landscape of architecture, and we at Anant are ready to unlock this.”

Anant National University is a one-of-a-kind educational institution that aims to hone its students to be critical thinkers, problem solvers and technological innovators. The new addition to the state-of-the-art campus comprising Makerspace workshop, Futureshift lab, Photography lab and Moving Image labs offer students the hands-on experience needed to inculcate the practice of innovation, creation, and research. Such initiatives, coupled with the best-in-class teaching pedagogy, experienced faculty and infrastructure developments, will make students develop a holistic understanding of the contemporary issues and devise practical, scalable and viable solutions to create a safer world.

Source: https://www.telegraphindia.com/edugraph/campus/mos-home-harsh-sanghavi-inaugurates-cyber-safe-mission-symposium-at-anantu/cid/1923250