PANAJI: Chief Minister Pramod Sawant today said raised concern over younger generations falling pray to cybercrimes, as he urged parents to be alert.
“Today a lot of youngsters are falling pray to cybercrimes. Today a lot of students have mobile phones and sometime or the other they are falling in such traps,” said Sawant.
He further said that today we have started education with a mobile phone. Automatically, there are other side effects.
“That has already started. That is one thing. Now there is cybercrime among students, youths, adults and senior citizens. We are receiving so many cyber complaints in our cyber cell,” Sawant further said.
Sawant also urged teachers to counsel and guide students on career starting from standard eight.
“I urged teachers to counsel and guide students and also their parents on career starting from standard eight. I am saying this because, some students don’t know about GPSC,” said Sawant.
He further said that government is committed to enhance the education infrastructure in the state of Goa for the bright future of the youth.
He reiterated that one year experience or one year apprenticeship will be mandatory for group C posts from MTS to LDC. He was speaking in the phone-in public interaction program today.
He said that all government posts other than those filled through Goa Public Service Commission (GPSC) will now be filled through the GSSC.
Exams for recruitment for all vacant posts in government departments will be held together, once in a year.
Meanwhile, all the departments have been asked to give details of the present vacant posts and the posts which will go vacant in the near future to the Staff Selection Commission within the next 60 days i.e. by July 31, this year.