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The Institute of the Carmelite Sisters of St. Teresa (C.S.S.T) was founded in 1887 by Mother Teresa of St. Rose of Lima(a resident of Chennai) in the town of Ernakulam in Kerala.It was a time when the vast majority of people were living in squalor and misery and the poor were compelled to be on the streets to earn a living. A caste-ridden society was the order of the day.Mother Teresa, an educationist with a spiritual and social thrust and great zeal, was convinced that all human beings are children of God, with a right to live in dignity.With the first foundation, St. Teresa’s Covent Ernakulam, she started a school where all types of students, irrespective of their social and financial status, were admitted.
 
 
 
 
 
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Workshop on Cyber Crime Threats & Security

Cyber crime is increasing rapidly day by day and the victim are mostly school going children. A workshop was conducted by Mr. Rakshit Tandon on 19th October 2012 in the school auditorium. He is currently working as an advisor in Cyber Crime Complaint Cell and as a consultant for Internet and Mobile Association of India. He has trained around 30,000 students in the last 10years and conducted workshops in almost 5,000 schools covering an audience of about 5 lakhs in the last two years. He is also the founder member of ‘HELP AGRA’ an NGO which provides free medical service to the poor. He is presently working on safety of children from internet exposure.

Mr. Tandon provided E. Security tips to the children like not to disclose name, address, photograph or phone number on the face book. He also told them not to respond to messages or bulletin based items that are absence on threatening. He suggested that threats received via SMS or email should not be deleted, as these may provide vital information about the identity of a person. We must be extremely careful about sharing our information online for eg:- our nickname should not offend others, we should use strong passwords, using antivirus software and installing original windows in our computer.

The internet is the Global Store house of information. It is as good as the biggest library in the world at our disposal. We need to increase our knowledge and use it safely. Internet banking must be done with precaution by following a comprehensive privacy policy to be safe from hackers. The ATM account holders should cover their hands while entering the pin number and must exit their accounts after using it. The receipt should be turn off after use.
He also informed about the site SAFEWEB.NORTAN.COM when we can check the status of the site before signing in.

The seminar had a great impact on the children. Being exposed to the dangers of cybercrime many of them deactivated their facebook accounts. We must not forget
“Vital World
  It’s not a Game
  It’s your life
  Stay safe”
 By  Head Boy Anand Jain

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 















 
 
 
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