Effectiveness of Information, Communication and Technology Integration on Teachers of Health Science Colleges Affiliated to MUHS Nashik
Nitin S. Kavede, Yogesh G Raut, Vishakha Patil, Vinay Kumar Singh
This study investigates and explores the adoption and impact of information and communication technology by college, teachers and students of Medical, Dental, Ayurved & Unani, Homoeopathy and Allied Health Sciences Colleges affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences Nashik. ICT adoption and online application of examination management system will enhance the effective and active participation in the examination related work. By using a qualitative research approach, a sample size of 400 teachers was used, data were collected through pretested questionnaire and with the help of online module responses for designed questionnaire of the participants has been recorded. This study evaluated the effectiveness of ICT in examination management system. A discussion of findings, limitations and suggestions for future research has been provided in the For future research has been provided in the study. Mean, standard deviation with descriptive statistics were applied through SPSS for data analysis. Based on statistical analysis, it came to light that information and communication technology positively improve the accuracy and efficiency in examination system.
ICT, online, application, examination, teachers, effectiveness