USING INTERNET AMONG SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS FOR THEIR ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT

Miss. Padmabati Patra

Abstract


The purpose of this study was to measure the perception of Senior secondary school  students towards using internet for scholastic development. The study was conducted on 120 senior secondary school students those were studying in different schools of Mayurbhanj district of Odisha. Results provides evidence that students belonging to High Socio economic status perceived better about using internet than students of  low socio-economic status. However, students of rural areas and day-scholar have not perceived good of using internet for academic developemnt as comopare to their counterparts.

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using internet, Senior secondary school students, academic development

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