Women Motivated E-Learning Through Smart Phone And They Became Powerful

Author: Barnali Dey & Dr. Ramesh Kumar

DOI Link ::  https://doi-ds.org/doilink/05.2024-66446463/BIJMRD/ 06.2024/82/Vol -2 / 3/A10/Barnali Dey

Abstract: With an emphasis on Women Online University, this research investigates the pros and cons of online education as it pertains to the empowerment of women in developing nations. By looking at what makes people use e-learning platforms, we can gauge how much of an effect it has on women’s economic independence and empowerment. Two hundred and twenty female students from a range of academic backgrounds and age groups participated in the research, which used questionnaires and statistical analysis to determine the efficacy of online education. The findings point to a favourable view of online education, with strong correlations between e-learning’s impact, empowerment, and societal and economic progress. Age, field of study, and level of digital literacy all have a role in determining one’s access to technology. Finally, the research stresses the need to address digital literacy gaps and improve institutional support, highlighting the revolutionary potential of e-learning for women’s education. One suggestion is to use new approaches to teaching in order to boost gender parity in the classroom and improve the results of online courses.

Keywords: Child, Juvenile, Delinquency, Crime, Law.

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