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Vol -  10, Issue- 1 ,         Page(s) : 32 - 61  (2019 ) DOI :


In the Digital Era Information and communication technology (ICT) plays one of the most important driving forces boosting the economic-growth in the economy. Within the education sector, the importance of ICT lies in its potential to increase access to knowledge and services and to raise the quality of instruction for marginalized or traditionally underserved populations. Communication and information are at the very heart of the educational process, in formal and non-formal settings, in programmes provided by government agencies, public and private educational institutions, profit corporations and non-profit groups, and secular and religious communities.

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