Digital Literacy Program to Undergraduate Students through Priceless Laptop Scheme: An Illuminative Evaluation
As digital categories and higher education schemes still grow, there is a pressing need to assess their perceived quality and potency. This illuminative assessment offers proof that digital literacy programs are similar and can meet the expectations of undergraduate learners while conserving prime quality levels. Objectives : To find out whether any significant difference in digital literacy among the undergraduates based on gender, locality, stream, parent’s educational level, parent’s occupation level and income in Kancheepuram district. Methodology : In the present study the investigator has chosen the Stratified random sampling technique. Sample : It consists of 605 undergraduate students from colleges in Kancheepuram District. Tool : The investigator used Digital Literacy Questionnaire for this study. Findings : The results resulted that 35.20 percent of the respondents have medium level Digital Literacy and it is followed by 28.42 percent have high and 36.36 have low Digital Literacy. There is no significant difference between undergraduate students due to locality, parent’s educational level and income and found significant difference between undergraduate students due to gender towards the Digital Literacy.