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An Analytical Approach to Investigate State Diversity towards ICT: A Study of Six Universities of Punjab and Haryana


  • JJT University, Jhunjhunu - 333001, Rajasthan, India
  • Department of CSE, Ch. Devi Lal State Institute of Engineering and Technology, Panniwala Mota, Sirsa – 125077, Haryana, India


Objectives: To explore the opinion towards the awareness of information and communication technology related to State-wise Institutions. Methods/Analysis: This study uses student T-test with equal variance to discover out meaningful diversity between faculty and students in relation to their state of residence. A stratifies random sampling method is used used to collect five hundred sixty samples of students and three hundred forty four samples of faculty from six Universities of Punjab and Haryana. In this paper four Independent and thirty five dependant variables have been considered. Item analysis test has been used to selection of dependant variables. Findings: This study explores the ICT awareness between student and faculty of Punjab and Haryana states. The outcome of this study reveals no meaningful difference among students-faculty in relation to their state of residence. There is no diversity found in between Punjab's student and Haryana's student towards ICT awareness. Similarly there is no diversity found between Punjab's faculty and Haryana's faculty about ICT awareness for state variable. Conclusion/Application: Evaluating state diversity towards ICT would be prove beneficial and supportive lead to state government administration and other organizations such as UGC, AICTE, DEC, MHRD to realize the current scenario of ICT awareness in Indian Institutions.


Degree of Freedom, Diversity, State, T-Test.

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