A Comparative Analysis of Computer Literacy in Rural And Urban Schools of Pune Region
Prof. Dipali Railkar , Prof. Poonam Katyare
Information and communication technology (ICT) has become modernized mediator in all aspects of life. Now a day’s Information and Technology (ICT) plays an important role to improve the quality of education. In This Research paper we are focuses on finding the level of Computer Literacy of Rural and Urban teachers of Maval in Pune district and also we compare awareness of Computer Literacy with various factors like need, usage, benefits, learning environment etc. Pune is known for best educational city of Maharashtra and it consists of many integrated villages. Local Government provided various ICT tools and training to the rural schools but there is no comparative result or evaluations of the programs are done. This study is going to provide the current information about the rural school teachers regarding their computer literacy level and comparison between the rural and urban teachers. To find the desired outcomes we have used Questionnaire. Through this study we have analyzed factors influencing to rural and urban teachers and suggested methods to improve the computer literacy
Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Computer Literacy, rural teachers.
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[Prof. Dipali Railkar , Prof. Poonam Katyare (2014) A Comparative Analysis of Computer Literacy in Rural And Urban Schools of Pune Region IJIRCST Vol-2 Issue-6 Page No-50-55] (ISSN 2347 - 5552). www.ijircst.org
Prof. Dipali Railkar
Assistant Professor, PCCOE MCA Department, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, India,