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Volume & Issue no: Volume 5, Issue 3, May - June 2016

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Title:
E-Learning as Successful Elements for Higher Learning Institutions in Jammu & Kashmir
Author Name:
Wasim Akram Zargar, Mahjabeen Akram, Jagbir Ahalawat
Abstract:
Abstract The primary purpose of this research paper is to understand the role of e-learning practices in Colleges of different districts of Jammu & Kashmir. As the J&K state is compounded by terrorism and militancy which has taken a heavy toll of life and public property besides throwing normal life out of gear. Education could not escape from this tragedy as most of the institutions in rural areas in the valley were destroyed and loss of schooling hours immensely affected the learning outcomes. This study’s objective was to assess the efficiency of the e-learning knowledge in Colleges of different districts of Jammu & Kashmir from student’s learner’s perceptions. Questionnaires were distributed to 60 students of different colleges of each district of Jammu & Kashmir in order to identify the important elements of E-learning based on students perceptions. The questionnaires include 10 elements to ensure successfulness of E-learning, were analyzed for Analysis of variance (ANOVA) in a randomized block design with three replicates using and SPSS to understand the significance of differences between the elements. Results revealed that maximum mean percent was recorded from Arts (25.00) followed by Science (23.50) and computer science (20.75). Maximum mean percentage (85.00) was recorded for Learned in district Kupwara, Pulwama and Srinagar which was statically at par with Baramulla (80.00) and Shopian (80.00). Highest mean percent (80.00) for Notlearned was recorded for district Kathua. Maximum mean percentage (35.00) for 19 or less ages was found in district Anantnag, Ganderbal and Ramban. Highest mean percent (100.00) for age group 20-22 was recorded for district Samba followed by Kathua (90.00) and Baramulla (85.00). Highest mean percent (40.00) for age group 23 or above was recorded for district Pulwama and Rajouri. Key words: E-Learning, Higher education, ICT, Jammu & Kashmir
Cite this article:
Wasim Akram Zargar, Mahjabeen Akram, Jagbir Ahalawat , " E-Learning as Successful Elements for Higher Learning Institutions in Jammu & Kashmir" , International Journal of Emerging Trends & Technology in Computer Science (IJETTCS) , Volume 5, Issue 3, May - June 2016 , pp. 015-021 , ISSN 2278-6856.
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