Volume : 10, Issue : 2, FEB 2024

CYBER CRIME AWARENESS: A STUDY (WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO B.ED. STUDENT TEACHERS)

UTTAM MANDAL

Abstract

Communication technology has become the essential part of the computer. One can’t even think about education without the use of computers, different media and internet. Internet is growing so rapidly that it has become the need of the hour. Not only students but teachers also depend on the internet for various information. As it is the law of nature that every coin has to aspect so as the communication technology has which is called cyber crime. Cyber crime is considered as criminal behaviour. Cyber crime includes many criminal activities by using internet such as programming theft, spam, hacking, and identity theft internet fraud. So it is very important for instructor students to be very careful of cyber crime occurring on the web.

According to Florida international University, “cyber crime is a criminal demonstration by methods for through on PC that happens over the web. The web has convert the hotspot for various kinds of wrong doing and various approaches to play out these violations. The kinds of cyber crime might be approximately partitioned into three classes of cyber crimes. First the web grants for the plan and upkeep of cyber crime commercial centers. Second the web has turned into a spot for the advancement of cyber criminal networks. Third the web gives a scene to tricky conduct (digital scam).”

In the present time cyber crime is one of the major problems which are spread around us like a pandemic. So it is very essential to warn B.Ed. student's teachers as well as general public about it.

Keywords

COMMUNICATION, TECHNOLOGY, CYBER CRIME, B.ED. STUDENT TEACHERS, ESSENTIAL.

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