Hague India Cyber Security Summer School (#NICSSS19) @ IFIM Law School, Bengaluru [June 3-7]: Apply by June 1

About the organiser and summer school

Under the aegis of Ministries of ICT, Government of Karnataka, IFIM Law School, affiliated to the Karnataka State Law University (KSLU), Bengaluru is organizing the Bangalore edition of the Hague India Cyber Security Summer School 2019 (#NICSSS19) from Sunday, June 3rd Monday – June 7th Friday, 2019.

The Bangalore edition will be conducted at IFIM Law School. IFIM Law School is affiliated to the Karnataka State Law University (KSLU) and is approved by the Bar Council of India.

Eligibility

The Hague India Cyber Security Summer School will host students and Young Professionals from India. Approximately 30 students will be selected for the Summer School on first cum first basis.

To be eligible for this program, applicants should fulfil the following criteria

  1. ICT related technical, policy and/or law-related background.
  2. Faculties, Post Graduates and PhD Research Scholars are welcome.
Theme

Cyber Security

Location

The Summer School will take place simultaneously in Hague, Hyderabad and Bengaluru.

Lectures will be given by lecturers in all three cities and made available in real time via ZOOM video conferencing. Selected lectures will be captured and made available online via the Summer School’s website.

Registration Procedure and fee

Interested students, research scholars, faculty members from Engineering colleges and law colleges may apply for the course by sending the application in prescribed format along with an up to date Curriculum Vitae to shivani.dutta[at]ifim.edu.in and
aisha.sharfi[at]ifim.edu.in on or before 1st June 2019.

NO REGISTRATION FEE

Applicants have to make their own arrangements for accommodation. Many options for reasonably priced Hotels and PGs are available close by.

Deadlines

1st June 2019.

Contact info

shivani.dutta[at]ifim.edu.in and aisha.sharfi[at]ifim.edu.in

For the brochure, click here.

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