International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications

IJSRP, Volume 3, Issue 12, December 2013 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]

A Brief View to Digital Divide in Indian Scenario
      Ms. Ipsita Panda, Mr. Durllav Charan Chhatar, Dr. Bulu Mharana
Abstract: The phase Digital Divide has been applied to the gap that exists in most Countries between those with ready access to the tools of information and communication technology and the knowledge that they provide access to and those without such access skills. A further gap between the developed and under developed world in the uptake of technology is evident with in the global community and may be of even greater significant. The relevance of these strategies to developing countries and strategies for reducing the international digital divide are also explored. Libraries have long been essential agents in fostering peace and human values. Libraries are now operating digitally, and their digital services open up a new channel to the universe of knowledge and information connecting cultures across geographical and social boundaries. The phenomenon of digital discrimination prevailing among various social, political and working groups has led to the emergence of digital information rich and digital information poor groups within societies and perhaps in the global environment. This paper discusses how the digital divide can influence to the Indian scenario also to the global world.

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Ms. Ipsita Panda, Mr. Durllav Charan Chhatar, Dr. Bulu Mharana (2018); A Brief View to Digital Divide in Indian Scenario; Int J Sci Res Publ 3(12) (ISSN: 2250-3153).
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