Collaborating for #CyberPeace


Promoting Digital Citizenship & Online Safety

In this globalized 21st century world, the young minds must be equipped to use the potential of new technologies for their growth and success. It is therefore the urgent need of the hour to reach out to this most responsive demographic, by engaging them in meaningful dialogue and activities which promote Digital Citizenship & Safe Online Practices.

To address this critical need, Cyber Peace Foundation has launched e-Raksha Contest in collaboration with NCERT, which calls for collective action in spreading awareness and building trust among actors of the cyberspace. The contest encourages participation across multiple levels in the education eco-system – school students and in-service teachers across government & private schools and student-teachers from RIEs, DIETs, Colleges of Education and Departments of Education in the Universities.

About eRaksha Awards

The world has advanced exponentially over the last decade,
and witnessed the emergence of pioneering digital innovations, presenting us with opportunities to learn, share and connect. With newer vistas of learning and growth coming up, users are exposed to various threats as well, especially younger users, who may be unaware of the dangers lurking in cyberspace. It therefore becomes important to reach out to Internet users, to engage them in meaningful dialogues and activities to inculcate the concept of Digital Citizenship & Safe Online Practices.

To help deal with this critical need on the ground,
the Cyber Peace Foundation in collaboration with NCERT, CBSE and UGC is proud to present e-Raksha Competition 2020, to help keep young users safe, and also enable educators, caregivers to provide guidance to young minds, and help them maximise opportunities and minimise the risks in online spaces.

The contest has received an overwhelming response from schools. Over 14000+ entries have been received from all parts of the country.

Entries Received

Participant Countries

Competition Categories

Awards Distributed


The competitions are open for the following categories:

There is no registration fees for participation.

Category 1

Students from Schools
(Ages 10 and above)

Category 2

Students from UG Colleges (Ages 17 and above)

Category 3

Educators and


This edition of the eRaksha Competition will be a series of fourcompetitions:



Word Hack

Research Papers

Tech Avishkar

Software Development
Hardware Development
Firmware Development

Screen Masters



12 Feb 2020

Launch of the Contest

12 Feb 2020

Registration opens


15 Aug 2020

Last Date of Registration


5 Sept 2020

Scrutiny of

8 Sept 2020

Announcement of Results

21 Sept 2020

Award Ceremony

Cyber Peace Honours

Along with these competitions, we also announce the first edition of the Cyber Peace Honours.

An award that will be conferred on individuals and organizations who have been consistently working on online safety and cyber security to facilitate a peaceful, resilient and inclusive cyberspace for all. Through this award, we hope to bring commendable efforts made by individuals and groups to the forefront.
The competition will be open for individual students, student bodies, professionals, educational institutes and organizations.

Awards & Recognition

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All participants will receive ‘Participation Certificate’ in Digital Format

Top entries across each category will be awarded ‘Prizes’ and ‘Merit Certificates’. They will also be invited to join the elite Ambassador/Champion’s Online Circle and get opportunity to fraternize with experts in the field of Cyber Safety & Security.

All submissions will be accepted online on the eRaksha Portal in digital format.
Please read the submission guidelines carefully.

Supporters & Sponsors

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Cyber Peace Foundation(CPF) is an award-winning nonpartisan civil society organization.

Important Dates

12 Feb 2020 - Launch of the Contest
12 Feb 2020 - Opening of Registration Portal
20 Aug -5 Sept 2020 - last Date of Registration
20 Mar 2020 - Scrutiny of Entries
8 Sept 2020 - Announcement of Results
21 Sept 2020 - Award Ceramony
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