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ST ALOYSIUS COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS)

MANGALURU-575003, KARNATAKA, INDIA

Organises

National Seminar On

INDIA IN THE WEB OF DIGITALISATION

Sub-theme: Digitalisation In Education

Title: BLACK BOARD TO DIGITAL EDUCATION


A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO THE PERCEPTION OF
GRADUATES FROM SELECTED COLLEGES OF
MANGALURU CITY
AUTHOUR:
CHAITHANYA M.P (PREVIOUS M.COM)

DEPARTMENT OF PG STUDIES IN COMMERCE

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HAMPANKATTA

MANGALURU TALUK, D.K

KARNATAKA, INDIA

PHONE: 9483523802

EMAIL: mpchaithanya3@gmail.com

NEHA MANJUNATH.A (PREVIOUS M.COM)

DEPARTMENT OF PG STUDIES IN COMMERCE

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HAMPANKATTA

MANGALURU TALUK, D.K

KARNATAKA, INDIA

PHONE: 7760913105

EMAIL: nehamanjunath84@gmail.com
INDIA IN THE WEB OF DIGITALIZATION
BLACK BOARD TO DIGITAL EDUCATION
A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO THE PERCEPTION OF
GRADUATES FROM SELECTED COLLEGES OF
MANGALURU CITY
ABSTRACT:
After the demonetization drive in India the next word which is vital is ‘digitalization’.
Digitalization in general is the use of digital system. It is the process of making digital
everything that can be digitalized and the process of converting information into digital
format. Education system creates hope and it should never aim at creating hypes. Over a
period of time many changes have occurred in different sector of economy including the
education system. Education sector unlike any other sector has seen many stages in its
evolution from guru-shishya system of conducting class to closed class room teaching,
presentation form of teaching the aid of projectors to online notes. The study throws light on
the perception of graduates towards digital education and the effort made to analyse
effectiveness of digital education. For the purpose of study both primary and secondary data
has been collected. Primary date is collected from the students of selected colleges of
Mangaluru city. Secondary data is from internet.

Keywords: Black board education, Digital education, Student perception.


A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO THE PERCEPTION OF
STUDENTS FROM SELECTED COLLEGES OF
MANGALURU CITY

Introduction:
The 21st century has been rightly termed as the digital era. With the development of
interent, mobile phones, mobile apps and modern devices, things are becoming more and
more digitalised in today’s world. The education system in most of the cities has become
modernised to a great extent making way for digitalisation. Education is changing the way of
students learning concepts in school and colleges. The traditional chalk and talk method has
paved the way for more interactive teaching method as colleges are increasingly adopting
digital solution to keep themselves abreast with the technological changes. The current
generation of student is well-versed with all digital technologies, these innovative methods of
teaching guarantee more participation from students. Education in digitalisation means the
use all kinds of modern media material for maximising the learning experience. It has been
suggested by experts as one of the means of imparting education effectively and efficiently.

Objectives:
1. To know the perception of graduates towards digital education

2. To analyse the effectiveness of digital education among the graduates.

Methodology:
Based on the requirement of the study data collected from secondary data such as interent
and at the same time by the way of structure interview method, the relevant data has been
collected to study the perception of graduates students and effectiveness of digital education.
The sample were graduate students of Mangaluru city, 100 samples were interviewed with
structural set of questions.

Limitation:
1. The study is done taking into consideration of the students perception of Mangaluru city
only

2. Time constraint was the problem to conduct detail study.


Data Analysis and Interpretation:
The survey results are organised as follows. In the first section, the demographic profile
of respondents is presented. Where this section has classified into categories and 100
respondents is taken into consideration.

Profile of Respondents:
The selected 100 respondents include the graduates of selected colleges of Mangaluru city. A
profile of respondents on the basis of gender, age are presented below:-

Name of the selected colleges of Mangaluru city and number of respondents of students from
each college:

SL NO NAME OF THE COLLEGE NUMBER


OF
RESPONDENTS
1 Canara College Kodialbail 40
2 St. Agnes College Bendoor 20
3 University College Hampanakatta 20
4 S.D.M College Kodialbail 10
TOTAL 100

As all the students were graduates their age as from 18-21

Table 1: Gender wise distribution of sample

Gender No of respondents Percentage


Male 19 19
Female 81 81
Total 100 100

Table 2: Impartment of digital education in colleges

Impartment No of Respondents Percentage


Yes 100 100
No - -
Total 100 100

Table 3: Aware of digital education on the basis of year

Year No of Respondents Percentage


1-3 34 34
4-6 42 41.7
More than that 24 24.3
Total 100 100
Table 3 shows that 41.7% of the students are aware of digital education from 4 to 6 years so
we can say that digital education is aware to students from recent year and not from long
back.

Table 4: Source from which the students are aware of digital education

Sources No of respondents Percentage


Friends 3 3
Relatives 2 1.8
Lecturers 35 35
Social media 60 60.2
Total 100 100

Table 4 shows that 60.2% of the respondents have received the information of the concept
digital education through social media and 35% from lecturers. So we can say that social
media and lecturers are bringing more awareness about digital education.

Table 5: kind of digital education used in colleges

Kind No of respondents Percentage


Projector 82 81
Online notes 7 6.8
E-notes 5 5
Any other 0 0
Total 100 100

Table 5 reveals that in most of the colleges projector is used for teaching the students and 7%
online notes are provided in colleges which will reduce the time for producing notes and
more information can be discussed in the class.

Table 6: kind of digital education preferred by students

Kind No of respondents Percentage


Digital 85 85.4
Non-digital 15 14.6
Total 100 100

Table 6 reveals that 85.4% of the graduates are have positive opinion towards digital
education s the students are in digital world their perception towards digital education is also
preferred.
Table 7: How long it has been imparted in the college

Years No of respondents Percentage


1 8 8.1
2 6 6
3 16 16.2
More than that 70 69.7
Total 100 100

Table 7 shows that 70% of the colleges have imparted digital education more than 3 years. So
it is one of the good sign of digitalisation.

Table 8: Whether digital education is innovative

Perception No of respondents Percentage


Yes 99 99
No 1 1
Total 100 100

Table 8 reveals that 99% of the students feel that digital education will help in the growth and
innovation capacity of the students.

Table 9: Any difficulties faced in digital education

Perception No of students Percentage


Yes 60 60.2
No 40 39.8
Total 100 100

Table 9 shows that 60.2% students are not facing any difficulties by the digital education. But
39.8% of the students are facing difficulties in digital education.

Table 10: Problem faced by digital education

Problem No of students Percentage


Stress for eyes 52 52
Technical issue 30 30
Time management 6 6
Failure of personalised 12 12
Total 100 100

Table 10 reveals that 52% of the students are facing the problem of stress for eyes and 30% of
the students say that technical issue. This can taken care by alternative method of teaching.
Major findings of the study:
Most of the respondents were female (81%) and the respondents were graduates of the
selected college of Mangaluru city where more respondents were from Canara College (40).

The students are aware of digital education from 3 years (34%) and they are aware of
this digital education from social media (60.2%) and also colleges have imparted digital
education from more than three years (70%).

As per the study, the students preference for digital education is more than that of the
black board teaching (85.4%) and they also have the perception that digital education is very
innovative and will help in the development of the students.

From the study we found that the respondents have faced the difficulties like stress for eyes,
technical issue etc when opted for digital education.
Black Board to Digital Education

A Study With Reference To The Perception Of Graduates From The


Selected Colleges Of Mangaluru City
College:

a) Canara College Kodialbail


b) St Agnes College Bendoor
c) University College Hampankatta
d) S.D.M College Kodialbail

Age:

a) 18-21
b) 21-24

Gender:

a) Male
b) Female

1. Whether digital education is imparted in your college?

a) Yes
b) No

2. From how long you are aware of digital education?

a) 1 to 3
b) 4 to 6
c) More than that

3. From which source you are aware of digital education?

a) Friends
b) Relatives
c) Lectures
d) Social media

4. Which kind of digital education is used in your colleges?

a) Projectors
b) Online notes
c) E-notes
d) Any other

5. Which mode of education do you prefer?

a) Digital
b) Non-digital

6. From how long digital education is imparted in your college?

a) 1 year
b) 2 year
c) 3 year
d) More than that

7. Do you feel digital education is innovative?

a) Yes
b) No

8. Do you face any difficulties in digital education?

a) Yes
b) No

8(a). If yes what is the problem your facing?

a) Stress for eyes


b) Technical issues
c) Time management
d) Failure of personalised learning

Suggestion:
As the current world is moving towards digitalisation it is better to impart digital
education in colleges and as per the students perception they have positive view over it.

So the college should prefer more of it not only projector but also other sources
available for digital education which will reduce the time and the time can be utilised for
development of the students.

The problem faced by the students can be solved by providing leisure hours during the
class and also the colleges can take the help of the information technology persons to solve
the technical issues and as the technology is changing day by day the colleges must be
flexible to use the updated technology.

Conclusion:
As our country is based on a global perspective, we need to compete and collaborate
with the world for which the digital education acts as one of the important role. Most of the
students enjoy learning digital education. It helps in developing creativeness among the
students which will help the students to analyse and adopt the learning style.

It is evident that most of the students are well equipped with smart phones and have
access to internet, which makes it possible for them to develop their skills and help them in
innovative thinking.