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“Pilot project on AI, cybersecurity awareness has been huge success”: NCC Directorate J&K and Ladakh | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #ransomware | #hacking | #aihp

Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], December 26 (ANI): The Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh Directorate of the National Cadet Corps (NCC) on Tuesday said that the pilot project introduced on artificial intelligence (AI) and cybersecurity awareness has benefited hundreds of cadets.

The campaign, which began in September 2023, has quickly gained traction and is proving to be a valuable learning experience for the participating cadets. By integrating AI and cybersecurity awareness into their training, the NCC is empowering young minds with essential skills for the digital age, a statement released by the directorate said.

“This pilot project has been a huge success,” said a spokesperson from the NCC Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh Directorate.

“We are seeing a significant increase in curiosity and engagement amongst our cadets, who are eager to learn more about these ever-evolving fields. The project has also played a crucial role in making our cadets and their families more digitally aware and secure,” the spokesperson said.

“The initiative’s success can be attributed to the dedication and expertise of various stakeholders. Professionals from IIT Jammu, J-K Cyber Police, computer science professors from academic institutions, and qualified Associate NCC Officers have all generously contributed their time and knowledge to the project, making it truly inclusive and accessible to all cadets,” the press release said.

The directorate said that by embracing AI and cyber security education, the NCC is preparing its young members for a future filled with exciting possibilities and challenges.

“This forward-thinking approach serves as an excellent example for other educational institutions to follow, paving the way for a more informed and cyber-secure future generation,” the press release said.


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