IJFANS International Journal of Food and Nutritional Sciences

ISSN PRINT 2319 1775 Online 2320-7876


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Monika Kothari, Jyoti Dashora,


The integration of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the education system has revolutionized the way education is delivered and received. ICT has a significant positive impact on the well-being of underprivileged individuals by greatly enhancing their personal and social potential. It empowers the poor by increasing their personal and collective activities, providing access to information, and offering resources. The expanding availability of diverse technologies is gradually transforming work and other activities. Despite challenges, the integration of ICTs into the education system has grown at all levels and offers solutions to many problems, thus improving educational quality. ICTs are seen as catalysts for change, facilitating information management and exchange, adapting working conditions, evolving learning methodologies, enhancing educational techniques, and advancing scientific research, among other benefits. Using ICT, teachers can deliver instruction to students in an engaging and easily understandable manner, making online training programs in India more beneficial and appealing. While ICTs have both positive and negative impacts on students' learning and education, those committed to using ICTs for education benefit greatly in the digital era. Internet and interactive multimedia are key ICTs for future education and must be properly integrated into the formal teaching and learning system. This research paper explores the impact of ICT on educational innovation, analyzing its benefits, challenges, and future prospects. By examining various case studies and empirical data, this paper aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of how ICT has transformed education and its potential to further enhance learning experiences.

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