Panaji, Oct 10 (UNI) In a bid to keep a check on cyber crimes and detect them at an early stage, the Goa government will initiate steps to train police personnel in computers with modern and innovative techniques, state Home Minister Ravi Naik said today.
Mr Naik was speaking after inaugurating Bhalchandra Technologies, a computer training centre in Ponda.
He said though Goa has made remarkable progress in the education sector and has a high literacy rate, mere bookish knowledge will not serve the purpose, what is important is that students should acquire knowledge in all fields of human endeavour to face the challenges ahead of them boldly and survive in this competitive world.
Highlighting the importance of computer education, Mr Naik expressed hope that Goa will emerge as number one in the IT sector in future.
Mr Shantaram Naik, MP, who was also present, said Technocrates have an important role in propelling the nation into the orbit of economic superpower in the world. IT revolution can change the present scenario and face the present challenges, he added.
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