GFSU has launched Project “CyberShikshaa” (Without any Fees) for skilling Women in the niche field of Cyber Security

Information Security Education & Awareness (ISEA) Initiative of Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India are launching Project CyberShikshaa for skilling Women Engineers in the niche field of Cyber Security

Microsoft & Data Security Council of India have joined forces under the aegis of the Information Security
Education & Awareness (ISEA) Initiative of Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India are launching Project CyberShikshaa for skilling Women Engineers in the niche field of Cyber Security.

As part of this program, C-Dac, MeitY’s premier R&D institution for the design, development and deployment of electronic and ICT technologies, would be conducting training programs exclusively for women and also making them Industry ready by imparting the requisite technical skills in the domain of Cyber Security. The program shall also entail placement assistance for the deserving candidates with the potential recruiters looking to hire for various job roles in Cyber Security.

This Skills Development initiative will act as catalyst for change with access to opportunities to all deserving women candidates enrolled for the program

Details about the course are as follows:

  • A four month dedicated training program exclusively for women
  • 500 women to be skilled & trained in Cyber Security during phase one of the program
  • Offered for free to the eligible candidates

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Exclusive for Women
  • Engineering Graduates
  • Age Bracket – 21 to 26
  • Family Income Less than 7 Lacs per annum

Centres where the trainings would be rolled out initially:

  • C-DAC Hyderabad
  • C-DAC Bengaluru
  • NIELIT Patna
  • NIELIT Kohima
  • NIELIT – Jammu
  • NIELIT – Srinagar
  • Gujarat Technological University (GTU)
  • Gujarat Forensic Sciences University

Register by 18.2.19, more: www.isea-pmu.in/cybersikshaa/