Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : ICT

Use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) among Postgraduate Students of Government Dental College, Kozhikode, Kerala District

T. Uma; Dr.E.S. Kavitha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 1511-1520

An attempt has been made to examine the use of information and communication technology (ICT) among the postgraduate dental students of Government Dental College in Kozhikode, Kerala. This study has been adopted with the stratified random sampling and convenience sampling technique. For data analysis, descriptive survey and questionnaire method applied. a total number of 90 well structured questionnaires were distributed who were involved in this research and out of which 72 were dully filled questionnaires returned back at the response rate of was 80%. Based on the findings, the results showed that Frequency of visit to library and gender of post graduate dental students have a significant difference with satisfaction level of postgraduate dental students regarding the usage of ICT as their significance values are lesser than the threshold value of 0.05.


Pokiza Jalolova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 425-431

In this work, the BP method was used and modeled on ICT in order to calculate
the energy levels of electron in the КН for calculating polyaron effects , and the image of
the compressive potential of the КН was considered parabolic. Because of the difficulty of
solving the differential equation (6), its solution is sometimes used by linear combinations
of specific solutions which are obtained in strong and weak interaction regimes. When this
method is applied to the volumetric polar semiconductors, the interpolation estimation of
the energy of polaron state is obtained. In this case the correction due to the polaron effect
occurs in the regime of a strong interaction impact Α > Α (~ 6 · ·8) 
in this condition the
electron wave function is localized in the polarization field. In the field c  Α<Α
electron-wave function is in the extended state (delocalized), and the polaron state energy
suits the Lee-Loue-Pains result, namely it is proportional to the Α .

Using Multimedia Projector In English Language Teaching Classroom

GavharIslomovnaMusaeva .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 907-912

Multimedia technologies in teaching English language is one of the best and innovative approaches in language instruction, especially to inculcate and strengthen the opportunities to achieve objectives of language pedagogy. In the present times, many academicians and professionals get to know the significance of using various technological devices in the activities of language teaching and learning equally. The new approaches have made language teaching more productive, effective, and communicative. Therefore, in this study, definitions of some important terms that related to innovation such as multimedia technologies and attitude are given. Further, some exploration of the possibilities to use multimedia technologies for effective teaching of English is to be attempted. Moreover, this study will interpret the teachers’ attitudes towards the use of multimedia technologies for teaching English. Finally, the conclusion is drawn as per the survey results indicated. English as a Second Language (ESL) learners at the upper elementary level have struggled to demonstrate the vocabulary required to read in English at grade-level.