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A SCALE TO MEASURE ATTITUDE OF RESEARCH SCHOLARS TOWARDS USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) FOR THEIR EMPOWERMENT

Meenaben C. Patel, N.B. Chauhan*
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1School of Baking, Anand Agricultural University, Anand - 388 001, India
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Cite article:- Patel C. Meenaben, Chauhan* N.B. (2023). A SCALE TO MEASURE ATTITUDE OF RESEARCH SCHOLARS TOWARDS USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) FOR THEIR EMPOWERMENT. Agricultural Science Digest. 28(4): 286 - 288. doi: .
The universal communication revolution has been significant part of our country and now India is opening up to the human race economy. Consequently, the situation has changed spectacularly. Though we still have a lot of catching up to do, there is no doubt that the old days and worries have vanished for good. To stay alive with present age of science, technology, information and knowledge, India has also understood the importance of education to develop brilliant human resources in various fields of development. The impact of Information Technology has been felt on higher education in India. Keeping this in view a standardized scale having 10 statements is developed to measure the attitude of Research scholar towards the use of Information Technology (IT) for their empowerment.
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