Extent of utilization of ICT tools among veterinary professionals of Cvas, Mannuthy
Dr. TS Rajeev and Dr. Shreyansh Hosure
The present study was undertaken with the main objective to assess extent of ICT tools utilization among the veterinary professionals in college of veterinary and animal sciences, Mannuthy, Kerala. An Ex-post-facto research design was adopted in the present investigation. College of veterinary and animal sciences, Mannuthy was selected purposively for carrying out the study. A total of 28 veterinary professionals from CVAS, Mannuthy were selected randomly and data was collected through using structured questionnaire method. The results from the study revealed that majority (79.00%) of veterinary professionals were not attended any training related to ICT and all the respondents used computer daily. Among the respondents 36 per cent of them were using whats app daily for one to two hours. In case of personal use of ICT tools, 93 per cent of them were used mobile phone for personal work and 39 per cent of respondents used whats app for both academic and communication purpose. It is concluded that the lack of usage of ICT tools for the academic purpose by the veterinary professionals. This will be the present challenge for professionals who will need to adapt their teaching methodologies and students who will have to develop new ways of learning. The future of Information and Communication Technologies in the veterinary sector is likely to have far reaching effects on the profession.
How to cite this article:
Dr. TS Rajeev, Dr. Shreyansh Hosure. Extent of utilization of ICT tools among veterinary professionals of Cvas, Mannuthy. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(2):37-39.