Jogesh Changmai


Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has influenced all aspects of human life. Education is not an
exception. The use of ICT in higher education is also taken very seriously now a day in all over the world. The objectives
of higher education are multi dimensional in nature and for their achievement multiple methods should be used in an integrated way. It is a well
known fact that not a single teacher is capable of giving upto date and complete information in his own subject. The ICT can fill this gap because it
can provide access to different source of information. ICT provides online interaction facility in which students and teachers can exchange their
ideas and views, and get clarification on any topic from different experts, practitioners etc. On Internet many websites are available freely which
can be utilized by the teachers and students for understanding different concepts improving vocabularly, developing reasoning and thinking etc.
In this paper an attempt has been made to focus on the use of ICT in classroom teaching in the affiliated colleges under Dibrugarh University of


Information and communication technology, classroom teaching

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