Do you use the internet?
What a silly question, right. With all services available at your fingertips, life has never been easier. So what do you do the most on your devices?
Games, research, socialising, the list can go on and on.
What we mustn’t forget though, is how there are many dangers lurking in cyberspace too. You too must have come across many situations where something mean was commented, or a friend was defrauded online or fake news was circulated.
Through awareness and resilience, we can deal with these growing problems.
Presenting the eRaksha Competition 2020, the first competition in the world focusing exclusively on Digital Citizenship and Online Safety and tackling Fake News & Misinformation.
Do you have ideas that can make the internet safer and more inclusive?
Celebrating Digital Citizenship & Online Safety
This year, we are rolling out the second edition of the eRaksha Competition, which was first launched in 2019. The competition is a collaborative effort of the Cyber Peace Foundation and NCERT.
In our first edition we received over 15000 entries from across the country, and also Russia and the UAE. The competition brought out numerous innovative ideas that were received well by experts from the industry, government and academia. We had six competitions, and a total of 23 winners, who were lauded and conferred awards on our awards gala which was the event of the year.
This year will be bigger, better and bolder.
Who Can Participate?
The competitions are open for the following categories:
Students from Schools
(Ages 10 and above)
(Ages 17 and above)
30 June 2020
Launch of the Contest
30 June 2020
30 Sep 2020
Last Date of Registration
Announcement of Results
Our Partners & Supporters
Among the very few organizations in the world working for ‘Peace’, the Cyber Peace Foundation stands to be the first NGO in the world to work for ‘Cyber Peace’.
Incase of any Query, Contact Below:
Phone: +91 9570000265
Email Address: [email protected]