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Awareness-Usability Issues in IT-initiatives for difficult geographies


Kamal Kumar Ghanshala and Durgesh Pant

The study tries to quantify and measure two abstract phenomenon of awareness and usability with respect to IT-initiatives. Indexes have been developed to measure both and a thorough analysis revealed a gap between the two. Further the effects training on the two variables were studied and it revealed a significant pre and post training gap.

Keywords: IT-Initiatives, Awareness-Usability gap, difficult geographies

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Kamal Kumar Ghanshala
Prof. K.K. Ghanshala is the chairman of Graphic Era University, Dehardun, the capital of Uttarakhand, India. He founded Graphic Era in the year 1993 as one of his bold ventures towards providing quality educational inclusion to the society at large and people living in difficult geographies in particular.

Durgesh Pant
Dr. Durgesh Pant is Professor of Computer Science, Department of computer science at Kumaun University, Nainital, Uttarakhand which he founded way back in 1989. Presently, he is working as Professor and Director of the School of Computer Science & IT at Uttarakhand Open University, Campus Dehradun, India. India To Prof. Pantís credit goes the distinction of taking computing & informatics to its present level in this part of the world.


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