INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN KG TO PG
Keywords:ICT, Revolutionized, Innovative, Monitor and Enhance
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have become significant commodities in all aspects of life of all age groups in human beings. ICT’s have revolutionized the field of food sector, companies, banking sector, health, IT sector, social media etc. Use of ICT in the classrooms of Kindergarten (KG) to Post Graduate (PG) can create innovative atmosphere which reduces the distance between the teachers and students. ICTs help to monitor and evaluate various activities such as exams, admissions, evaluations, results, teaching, alumni network, day to day office work, records of staff and students attendance etc. This work is an attempt to make understand ICT is useful in KG to PG to enhance the quality education.
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