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Jonmokotha-Konnakotha

The specialized web portal has been launched to create awareness among girls about cybercrime.

The Office of the Controller of Certifying Authorities (CCA) of the Department of Information and Communication Technology selected it as an innovation idea.Miss Hasina Begum, Deputy Controller (Cyber Crime & Security) of CCA, came up with the idea of creating a web portal named "Kanya Kotha" as her innovation proposal which is later initiated by the innovation team of CCA.These activities were being conducted from 2017 by the Office of the Controller of Certifying Authorities(CCA) with the aim of creating awareness among girls about cyber crime.Due to the Covid-19 situation, this activity was stopped in 2020. On the otherhand the number of school girls in covid situation were being victimized  more due to spending more time on the internet including participating online education activities. On these circumstances,the Office of the Controller of Certifying Authorities (CCA)decided to make the students aware of cyber crime by using online Zoomplatform instead of live training conducted with the presence of students.As a result, from October 2020 to June 2021, online training on cybercrime was provided about 26,360 female students and their parents of 472 schools in 50 districts.But after the completion of the training, it was needed to stay involved with the teenage girls of the concerned district.For this reason"Konna kotha" innovation proposalwas decided as a platform for queries, opinions and advices to teenage girls about their cyber related issues.

"Konnakotha" is a digital platform for all the teenage girls across Bangladesh where they can safely enter the cyber world, comment there and have their queriesabout cyber related issues.Not only that, two students from each district were nominated as district ambassadors who will connect the girls of his own district with this platform. In a word, ‘Konna kotha’ is an open platform for teenage girls in Bangladesh where they can openly discuss about cyber issues among themselves, think about the problems and possibilities of this issues and build themselves as a cyber fighter which will help them to become aware before they become victim of cyber crime.

The specialized web portal has been launched to create awareness among girls about cybercrime.

The Office of the Controller of Certifying Authorities (CCA) of the Department of Information and Communication Technology selected it as an innovation idea.Miss Hasina Begum, Deputy Controller (Cyber Crime & Security) of CCA, came up with the idea of creating a web portal named "Kanya Kotha" as her innovation proposal which is later initiated by the innovation team of CCA.These activities were being conducted from 2017 by the Office of the Controller of Certifying Authorities(CCA) with the aim of creating awareness among girls about cyber crime.Due to the Covid-19 situation, this activity was stopped in 2020. On the otherhand the number of school girls in covid situation were being victimized  more due to spending more time on the internet including participating online education activities. On these circumstances,the Office of the Controller of Certifying Authorities (CCA)decided to make the students aware of cyber crime by using online Zoomplatform instead of live training conducted with the presence of students.As a result, from October 2020 to June 2021, online training on cybercrime was provided about 26,360 female students and their parents of 472 schools in 50 districts.But after the completion of the training, it was needed to stay involved with the teenage girls of the concerned district.For this reason"Konna kotha" innovation proposalwas decided as a platform for queries, opinions and advices to teenage girls about their cyber related issues.

"Konnakotha" is a digital platform for all the teenage girls across Bangladesh where they can safely enter the cyber world, comment there and have their queriesabout cyber related issues.Not only that, two students from each district were nominated as district ambassadors who will connect the girls of his own district with this platform. In a word, ‘Konna kotha’ is an open platform for teenage girls in Bangladesh where they can openly discuss about cyber issues among themselves, think about the problems and possibilities of this issues and build themselves as a cyber fighter which will help them to become aware before they become victim of cyber crime.