The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), Government of India to run a campaign titled ‘Stay Safe Online’ during India’s G20 presidency. The campaign would sensitize internet users about online cyber risks and safety measures, promote safe online behaviour and best practices on cyber hygiene.
The objective of the campaign is to raise awareness among citizens to stay safe in an online world on the widespread use of social media platforms and rapid adoption of digital payments.
The certificate of participation will be issued only to those participants who score % and above and it can be downloaded immediately. The certificates are available only during the Quiz period.
Only Top 10 members will be awarded with the cash prizes and each cash prize is worth Rs. 10,000.00.
One participant will be eligible to win only once in a particular quiz. Multiple entries from the same participants will lead to disqualification for multiple wins during the same quiz.
The quiz winners will be announced at www.staysafeonline.in
Each quiz winner has to submit the ID card, Photograph, Bank account details to claim the prize. The submitted details should match with the name on the bank account details to claim the prize amount.
The questions of the quiz will be randomly picked from the question bank through an automated process.
Each participant will be given questions and minutes duration.
The criteria for selection of final winners will be “Maximum Correct Answers in the allocated time”.
In case multiple participants score the same number of correct answers, C-DAC will make a random selection to decide and announce the winners.
The decision of the Jury/Expert committee of the competition will be final.
Members and their family directly or indirectly connected with organising the quiz are not eligible to participate.
Once the entry is submitted it cannot be withdrawn and will not be notified if their entries are not selected as winners of the Quiz.
C-DAC reserves the right to cancel the Quiz competition without any prior intimation.