TOPIC Participation and capacity building using ICT MAIN POINTS :- WHAT IS ICT ? How ICT Build Participation? Using ICT in encouraging Students to Take.

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  • TOPIC Participation and capacity building using ICT MAIN POINTS :- WHAT IS ICT ? How ICT Build Participation? Using ICT in encouraging Students to Take Part. Include Poor and Disable People in ICT Projects. How inclusion of all irrespective of Gender, Cast, disabilities etc. is possible using ICT
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  • What is ICT? ICT i.e. Information and Communication Technology. Simply means Using Computers, tablets, Internet With the invention of ICT whole concept of education has been modified. Access to information and communication technologies (ICT), and social media, has enormous potential to the peoples civic engagement and their participation.
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  • Video Explaining ICT
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  • OVERVIEW
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  • How ICT build Participation? It increased opportunities in volunteering areas of concern in daily life. Access to information and communication technologies (ICT), and social media, has enormous potential to the peoples civic engagement and their participation. It can have positive effects in bridging the gender divide during their participation.
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  • ICT Witness in: The metro or urban region, the increase in access to home computers Cell phones have allowed young man and women to participate in public discussions.
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  • It is cost effectiveness, Ease of use, Youth interest contribute to accelerating young womens equal participation And ability to connect people in an unprecedented way, To enable young people with disabilities.
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  • ICT Mainly Represents :- Future form of social participation, Increase transparency by giving people the power of sharing
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  • Gain quick and easy access to information. Connects people in different parts of the world Integrate values, styles and desires regardless of geographical location. Online activities are associated with volunteering and community work. Online participation via the Internet can be transformed civic engagement for development through volunteering.
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  • Advanced Methods to Build Participation Making Forums :- An Internet forum, or message board, is an online discussion site where people can hold conversations in the form of posted messages. Example :- Math Forum to solve questions online and interact with others from different parts of world.Math Forum
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  • Videos Participation in IT in RURAL India
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  • Use of Social Media Making Youtube Channels Example :- Physics ChannelPhysics Channel Facebook Pages and Groups to solve Doubts of students.
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  • Limitation Of ICT
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  • DIFFERENCE APPEARS BY LIKE GENDER, INCLUSIVE EDUCATION, INCOME, AGE, ACCESS TO INFORMATION A RURAL - URBAN DIVIDE. INTERDISCIPLINARY education In developing countries, Internet usage has a higher proportion of male users, highlighting that the gender gap in Internet usage can not explain the level of progress. The minimum levels of Internet usage among people who are not enrolled in school and have only completed primary education, as well as for people living in rural areas in all around the world.
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  • Example :- How ICT Helps Students?
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  • Sources Videos :- YouTube Images :- Google Images

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