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A Structural Compendium on Perceptual Displays of Rural India towards the Role and Impact of ICT

The core purpose of the paper is to explore perceptual displays of rural India towards the role and impact of ICT in transforming the lives through education and telecommunications. After meticulous review of pertinent literature on ICT, and its policy framework, the researcher administers both quantitative and qualitative field data collected from the villages of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu with a sample of 250 from each state. Both stratified and convenience sampling techniques were used to make the data more manageable with a sample of 1000. The collected data was analyzed by using SPSS 21.0 and also with the support of Excel along with statistical tools such as percentages, mean, and to test the chosen hypotheses researchers applied Chi-square Test. More than 90 percent of respondents from the four southern states in India clearly thought that the role and impact of ICT is very momentous. Predominantly, cent percent respondents from Kerala evinced that ICT is the major reason for achieving the tag of "100% Literacy State". And in the remaining three states viz., Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu, the literacy rate has crossed mind-boggling figures only because of ICT's reinforcement. Even in the arena of telecommunications, these four states average telecom density is more than the country's average. The paper concentrated only on how ICT function empirically to build human capacity in rural south-India through the sectors of only education and telecom. And other limitation is the study covers only four major states in south India with an equal sample size. This research proffers most precious information to all the stakeholders of both the education and telecom sectors to review their existing plans and policies one side and to introduce competitive strategies to penetrate into the rural India.

Abstract

1. Introduction

2. Research Methodology

3. Conclusions

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