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Vol. 8, Issue 3, Part G (2024)

A study on practicality of the information received through information and communication technology tools

Author(s): Sagar S Pujar, Amaresh Kumar K, Shashikalabai D, HB Mallikarjuna and Sai Tejashree
Abstract: The study was conducted in Shivamogga and Chikkamagaluru districts of Karnataka state. The simple random sampling was employed. 120 ICT user farmers of the study area were selected for the study. The data was collected using pre-tested interview schedule. With respect to usage of ICT tools based on priority of farmers, the majority of the respondents opined that, Whats app was easy to operate (55.83%), e –Krushika app is effective (47.50%), KMAS saves time (34.17%) and KCC is need based (41.66%). In case of understand ability of information by the ICT tool user farmers, 42.50 per cent of the Whats app tool users and 37.50 per cent of the KMAS tool user farmers opined that it was very easy to understand the information provided. Further, 51.67 per cent of KCC tool user and 50.83 per cent of the e-Krushika app user farmers opined that information was easy and understandable respectively. Most of the Whats app users (42.50%), KMAS tool users (40.84%) and55.84 per cent of the KCC tool user farmers opined that only some of the information received from these ICT tools are practical. Whereas, seventy per cent of the e-Krushika app user farmers opined that information received was practical.
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International Journal of Advanced Biochemistry Research
How to cite this article:
Sagar S Pujar, Amaresh Kumar K, Shashikalabai D, HB Mallikarjuna, Sai Tejashree. A study on practicality of the information received through information and communication technology tools. Int J Adv Biochem Res 2024;8(3):587-590. DOI: 10.33545/26174693.2024.v8.i3g.789
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