Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Technology


USE OF MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGIES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTELLECTUAL SKILLS OF STUDENTS OF PEDAGOGICAL HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

ABDURAXMANOVA SHAXNOZA ABDUXAKIMOVNA

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 1483-1487

The use of multimedia technologies in education has enabled teachers to simulate final outcomes and assist students in applying knowledge learned from textbooks, thereby compensating for the deficiency of traditional teaching methods. It is important to examine how effective these technologies are in practical use. This study developed online learning-teaching resource platforms using Flash multimedia, providing interactive and integrated features in an easy-touse user interface, in order to discuss Computer-Aided Drawing (CAD). The study utilized a teaching experiment with a non-equivalent pretestposttest control group design to test and discuss students’ professional cognition, operating skill cognition, and level of learning satisfaction during the learning process. No significant differences emerged between the groups in regards to professional cognition or operation skills cognition. However, a significant difference in learning satisfaction was noted, indicating that the coursework with multimedia Flash produced greater satisfaction than with traditional learning methods. Results are explained in detail and recommendations for further research provided

The Role Of Innovative Technologies In The English Lesson

Dilfuza Zairjanovna Saydalieva; Dildora Mirobidovna Normirzaeva; Shaxnoza Irkinovna Sheralieva; Aziza Yuldashevna Yuldasheva

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 308-318

Today the theory and practice of language and culture attracts more and more scholars, it has become evident that the investigation of its problems requires expertise from the different points of view of various areas of linguistics.

Development Of Creative Information And Communication Competence Of Directors Of Educational Schools (On The Example Of Training Courses)

Zakirova Madina Rinatovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 277-281

In modern conditions of education development, it is becoming a priority to train specialists with skills of professional and socio-psychological adaptation a changing world. Education is not only a vehicle for the most adequate clarification of the requirements of the new society and market economy, but also a way to achieve goals, form the creative, spiritual needs of the individual. The change in the paradigm of education is accompanied by the process of reorientation of the result of education from the concepts of "preparedness", "Education", "general culture"

Use of blog technologies in the educational process

BOBOMUXAMEDOVA SHOIRA AGZAMDJON QIZI

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 293-295

Through a comprehensive program for the development of information and communication systems, distance learning and computerized conferences are being conducted in order to reform the continuous education system of the country, introduce information technology and improve the effectiveness of education. , the creation of distance learning systems and their introduction into the teaching and learning process. At the same time, there is a need to expand the scope of Web technologies in the learning process. The Strategy for the Strategy for the Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan sets out the tasks of "Creating the use of. information technology in educational process by means of new methods and tools" at the Higher Education Institutions, and improving the methodological bases.

Modern pedagogical technologies in teaching medical science

Yarmuhamedova Mahbuba Qudratovna; Ergasheva Munisa Yakubovna; Axmedova Saodat Toshboltaevna; Juraeva Gulbaxor Alisherovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 282-287

Medical education is rapidly changing, influenced by many factors including the changing health care environment, the changing role of the physician, altered societal expectations, rapidly changing medical science, and the diversity of pedagogical techniques. Changes in societal expectations put patient safety in the forefront, and raises the ethical issues of learning interactions and procedures on live patients, with the long-standing teaching method of “see one, do one, teach one” no longer acceptable. The educational goals of using technology in medical education include facilitating basic knowledge acquisition, improving decision making, enhancement of perceptual variation, improving skill coordination, practicing for rare or critical events, learning team training, and improving psychomotor skills. Different technologies can address these goals.

Digital Education: Opportunities and Threats

Sarbtej Singh; Dr. Satish Kumar; Dr.Sorabh Lakhanpal

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6177-6184

This paper deals with the benefits, trends, developments and opportunities of the digitalization of education and problems arises due to the use of innovations or technology in education. On the more splendid side, by the utilization of innovation in instruction, the educating learning process turns out to be smooth and successful. It decreases the expense of training. The digitalization of training breaks the hindrances of time and separation. In the troublesome season of the COVID19 pandemic, innovation encourages the smooth going of the educating learning process. Innovation in instruction is extremely valuable for understudies, educators, executives, the board, and guardians. On the hazier side, in light of innovation understudies are experiencing numerous physical and mental or psychological issues. In this manner, appropriate rules ought to be given by the service of training to the foundations for the utilization of innovation. The blended methodology ought to be embraced, which is a blend of the advanced instruction framework and the customary training framework.

Engagement Of Art And Design Together: A Varied Study

Amit Kumar Das

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6207-6212

Art and Design is a medium of communication. It reflects the artistic talent and thought process of an individual or a group. This medium is chosen by artists, art students, or designers because they enjoy challenges in both educational and human experience articulations in the mode of communication so that art is multi phased and complicated. But the design is a customer-focused workflow that drives the development with regard to the customer's needs. It is the perfect mix of creative ideas and technology within a framework for adequate communications. This study is articulated in the time of the Pandemic (Covid-19) when all the conventional mediums of art are not feasible as a medium of interaction so that art and design are shifted on the different platforms. This research is motivated to find out the correlation between art and design and to examine their roles in the contemporary situation; they are important instruments for manipulating every heart and mind.

Covid 19 And Impact On Healthcare Supply Chain

Dr Ranjith P V; Dr Aparna J Varma

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 40-44

Objectives: The study finds out the challenges in healthcare supply chain and suggests the solutions for them. Methods: The study uses brief literature to discuss the challenges and solutions. The qualitative methodology used helps in discussing the main problems and possible methods for solving these. Results: Reach, Demand Uncertainty and shortages are the main problems and technology is one of the best solutions for addressing these. Conclusion: Technology, automation, localization, and data analytics will help healthcare supply chains to be resilient and sustainable in the future.

Factors That Influence Online Behaviour In Purchasing Hotel Room Via Website Among Tourists

Raja Norliana Raja Omar; Nik Alif Amri Nik Hashim; Eni Noreni Mohamad Zain; Shah Iskandar Fahmie Ramlee; Ahmad Faiz Abdul Halim; Amer Firdaus Mohd Rohzi; Mohd Hadi Asyraf Nor Azlin; Wan Muhammad Nuriman Wan Mat

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 219-229

One of the fastest-growing industries in the world is the tourism industry, which is one of the major contributors to the services sector including Malaysia’s economy. In essence, the Tourism and Hospitality industry plays a major role in supporting Malaysian tourism. This paper investigated the factors that influence online booking behaviour by employing a quantitative research approach through descriptive research. These factors include independent variables such as location, price, safety, and facilities that may affect the online reviews and valence reviews towards the dependent variable, which is the hotel choice. Furthermore, the aim of this study is to discover or describe the behaviour in the usage of hotel booking systems. With the fast-growing tourism and hospitality industry, the pattern of hotel booking has also changed from the conventional booking system to online and paperless booking. This study has contributed to the literature on Tourism and Hospitality area that requires more research.

Developing Professional Skills Of Students In Foreign Language Education (In Non-Phylological Universities)

Atadjanova Shakhnoz Abbasovna; Urinboeva Khayotkhon Mahamadinovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 5727-5738

This scientific article deals with the issues of teaching foreign languages in non-philological universities in the period of COVID-19. Nowadays, in the process of foreign language teaching is focused on the solution of current problems, such as the formation and development of professional skills of future professionals in various fields. The peculiarities of foreign language teaching have been studied broadly, and the scientific work of scientists in this area has been analyzed to a certain extent. The importance of professional education in the formation of professional skills of future professionals was also analyzed. Learning reading in a foreign language is a tool for a future specialist to become competitive.

Influence Of Marketing Mix On Customer Satisfaction In Real Estate: Mediating Effect Of Technology & Moderating Effect Of Government & Building Process In Bangladesh.

Md. Naim Hossain; Prof. Dr. Abu Bakar Abdul Hamid; Prof. Dr. Huam Hon Tat

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 80-96

In Bangladesh the Housing and Real Estate Industry is one of the rapid growing and pioneer business sector. The rapid urbanization needs more accommodation and housing supply, which creates a huge market for the real estate industry in Bangladesh. Brick is one of the main building materials for the construction industry. Brick manufacturing in Bangladesh is done with traditional methods. The fixed chimney kiln (FCK) are used to produce the bricks which consumes coal & fertilized soil and releases pollutants into the atmosphere, leading to harmful effect on animals, human beings and agricultural yields. At present there are number of alternative products are available instead of burnt clay bricks, which are cost effective, environment friendly, and disaster resistant. The Objective of the study is to reviewing literature on the topics, develop a conceptual framework for this research field and investigate the impact of customer satisfaction of the using of these alternative building materials and the technology as a mediating effect within the marketing mix and the role of government & building process. The study would be conducted in Dhaka, Bangladesh where customers & stakeholders would be provided structured questionnaire. The questionnaire would adapt from literature and the study will be conducted with a deductive approach and would be follow quantitative method and positive paradigm. The survey population would be selected from the Dhaka city and among the selected respondent 380 would be the sample size. Convenience sampling method would be applied. The data analysis would be followed descriptive Statistics and regression analysis methods. The analysis would be done by using Smart PLS. The Study would adopt three underpinning theories to establish the relationship among variables. The theories are: Marketing mix theory, the Dissonance theory and the Technology acceptance Model (TAM) theory. The expected findings would be providing a comprehensive view of the customer satisfaction of using alternative building materials and would contribute to body of knowledge theoretically and the practical knowledge will help the policymakers, the government of Bangladesh, managers, and other stakeholders to formulate the next policy and practice. In future, comparative researches can be carried out by collecting samples from other cities of the country. Another research can be done including other social compliance variables which were not included in this study.

Deep Analysis of ITIL Framework for Improvement of Indian IT Services in Industries

Ras Bihari Dayal; Rahul Chandra Kushwaha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 2243-2249

This research article proposes a model of management based on the methodology that the Infrastructure Library of Information Technologies (ITIL) raises through the life cycle of the service. In the development of this investigation, areas, groups interdisciplinary and tools that satisfy the problem of complex relationship between business and technology. As part of the methodology of this study, a bibliographic inquiry was carried out and analyzed operational experiences of the object of study, which were related to the alternatives and disciplines that the ITIL methodology proposes. As a result of the investigation, a model of management that relates areas, groups, roles

THE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF TECHNOLOGIES RELATIONAL DATABASES AND BLOCKCHAIN

Muftakh Khakimov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 404-413

In article the author results the analytical analysis of analogies and differences between two dynamical technologies - relational databases and blockchainа. If the technology of relational databases was applied at construction of information systems of the electronic government, technology blockchainа rather new to digital economy being the new engine of the electronic government. The comparative analysis of these technologies on several parametres is carried out, are specified their strong and weaknesses. Primary factors on which the technology choice should be carried out, depending on the purposes of solved problems in digital economy are specified.

A Thematic Analysis Of Instructional Design Models

Shakuntla Nagpal; Dinesh Kumar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 3372-3384

This paper presents the thematic analysis of around 40 Instructional Design Models (ID Models) including learning theories, instructional events and principles which has influenced the Instructional Designing (ID) process during the time period of 1930s to 2019. The primary purpose of reviewing instructional design modals is to establish that with the passage of time, many new models emerged by dwelling on the strengths and weaknesses of previous models. Reflexive thematic analysis of identified models was conducted to trace the framework and themes of their development. The theme based review analysis was organized in chronological manner. In addition to this, such continuum of analysis helps in finding the research gaps, elaboration of theoretical framework and in further designing of the practical framework of new contextual instructional models. It was found that in the process of Instructional Design development, the generic ADDIE model has influenced the development of subsequent models. The designers improved and improvised ADDIE model with the changing needs of learners and contexts. Although new theories have emerged, the socio-cultural theory, Gagne’s instructional events, and Merrill’s principles of instruction still hold significance in instructional designing. Instructional designing based on constructivist epistemology dominate the instructional procedures in TEIs. But, with the integration of Information and Communication Technology in constructivism, new ID Models have been developed which are effective with respect to specific subject, place and contexts. The focus also shifted towards developing integrated models to combine different pedagogical approaches and learning theories with technology. This integration resulted in the emergence of blended instructional designs having elements of both traditional face-two-face and online environments. In the end paper opined that the Indian contexts are entirely unique and different. The ID Models practiced here are originally not developed in Indian contexts but borrowed from western education systems. So, need is to develop ID models suiting to the Indian conditions keeping in view the various challenges originating at teacher education and school education.

FORMING PUPILS' CREATIVE SKILLS USING LABORS OF THINKERS IN THE TECHNOLOGY LESSONS

Dilorom Yakibova; Sharif Yakibov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 490-496

This article discusses how elementary school students are nurtured in the legacy of thinkers in technology classes and feel a sense of national pride, hard work, faith, and conviction. The article also discusses what great scholars have said about hard work, its content, and its relevance today. This article is for teachers and academics who teach technology in all elementary grades.

Concept Of Medical Information

S.S. Nabiyeva; A.A. Rustamov; M.R. Malikov; N.I. Ne’matov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 602-609

This article deals with the main subject of medical informatics, namely medical information. Its definition is given, the types of medical information are classified and their properties are determined. Focused primarily on professionals, it contains a description of methods, models of technologies for the development of complex information systems, which include MIS. The main focus is on the organization and design of the storage subsystem.

Opportunities And Threats In Digital Education

Vishal Singh; Dr. Satish Kumar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 3249-3258

COVID-19 pandemic has caused havoc worldwide. India is also facing challenging circumstances as the figure of infected/positive cases is rising day by day. This study deals with the development of education: Post COVID-19. This paper will help to understand “Digital Education: Opportunities and Threats”. The Corona virus has exposed emerging vulnerabilities in learning systems all over the world. A lot of relevant literature was explored to confine the essence of continued learning during these exceptional times. Educational organizations all over the world are moving towards online/Digital learning. This paper also proposes digital education as an urgent need in this lock downs times and social distancing due to COVID-19 pandemic. It also provides a powerful stage for further research. The use of digital technology in education is experiencing a tremendous boom in education sector with cost effectiveness. Although it is unclear whether technology will plug all of the holes in the Indian Education system but it seems that technology is playing a major role in education interventions. Due to advancements in technology, accessibility of low-priced laptops/mobiles, wireless equipments, and related communications setups signs both opportunities and challenges for learning organizations and their faculty and students. Digital Education has potential that can produce knowledge workers. The government has analyzed that ICT sector has important role in education due to that many programmes such as NEOR, NMEICT, NKN, Eklavya, NPTEL, and NROER has been launched. Digital Education has bring success in the field of education but still there area number of challenges in most of Indian institutes like shortage of quality teachers, deprived quality of research, and deprived quality of training etc. Digital Education is overall very beneficial for the students of country like India.

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES AS THE MAIN PHILOSOPHICAL ATTRIBUTE OF AN INFORMED SOCIETY

Yaxshilikov Juraboy Yaxshilikovich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 681-686

This article describes information and communication technologies as a key philosophical attribute of an informed society. It covers the origin of the term "information society", its impact on the socio-economic development of the information society, as well as the development of production, processing, storage, processing and transmission of information to members of society and the development of information and communication technologies.

Development And Standardization Of Constructivist Blended Instructional Paradigm For Teacher Preparation

Shakuntla Nagpal; Dinesh Kumar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 3385-3396

The purpose of this study was to develop a Constructivist Blended Instructional Paradigm, called as CBIP, for enhancing teaching effectiveness among prospective teachers in teacher preparation and academic performance of learners in schools. The CBIP is a harmonious blend of all pedagogical approaches (behaviorist, cognitivist and constructivist) and technology in a balanced and pragmatic manner. Theoretically, Advanced Curriculum Model of Cognitive Learning (ACMCL) which was developed in National Council for Educational Research and Training, New Delhi and experimented upon in RIEs especially in Mysore and Ajmer guided the integration process in CBIP. Constructivist Blended Instructional Paradigm draws the best from all available resources as per the Indian context & circumstances. In this, knowledge is created situationally, by using contextual support matching with the text book content. In this way, it is a blending of traditionalism and modernism, a harmonious practical combination of East & West. Thus, this paradigm is operationally defined and empirically verified as Constructivist Blended Instructional Paradigm (CBIP). The main emphasis was to develop appropriate blends and define the role of both teacher and learners in the execution of these blends. The CBIP was found to be efficacious as it has improved teaching effectiveness of prospective teachers and academic performance of learners. This model opens plenty of possibilities to solve some of the prevailing problems of Indian Education System.

Human Thinking and Artificial Intelligence

Mr. Krisna Raj Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 1086-1091

Artificial Intelligence (AI) work has drawn on the tools and technology of many fields such as formal logic, decision theory, probability theory, management science, decision theory, linguistic and philosophical science. Nonetheless, many enhancements and extensions have been required for the implementation of these disciplines in AI. The methods of computational logic are among the most efficient method in the field of artificial intelligence. Included in an agent loop, modern logic incorporates and strengthens conventional logic as well as the classical principle of judgment. Many of the techniques, not only in AI but in everyday life can be used to help people to improve their own human intelligence without computer assistance. The present paper deals mainly with the regulatory features of the ALP model agent and ways in which it can help us improve our own thought and behavior. This paper particularly focuses on how it can both help us communicate better with others and make better choices in lives.

TODAY’S YOUNGSTERS PREFER ONLINE PURCHASING RATHER THAN TRADITIONAL WAY OF PURCHASING

S. Ramachandran; S. Rabiyathul Basariya

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 1322-1328

Majority of the youngsters’ in today are possessing smart phone with internet connection since the cost of smartphone and the cost of unlimited internet connection are in affordable range. More than that they are all surfing various online market place site frequently to fulfill their needs and wants. Their earning capacity is reasonable to buy their needs as per their will and wish. They have no time to spend for buying product in the regular traditional way of purchasing. They are always busy in engaging their time for earning their lively hood. It is more convenient for them to buy the product through online, since purchasing can be done at any time and any place. Moreover, they can review the product performances through social media and get enough information regarding the product from various sources with their prices in the online sites to take appropriate decision on their own. It is the responsibility of the online marketers to provide genuine rightful information about the product to the consumer to decide on their own to buy. Buyers are expecting the seamless process and every needed information shall be available at their finger tip about the product to go through and finalize their own buying decision.

ISSUES OF THE USING THE SPECIAL EFFECTS AS MEANS OF VISUAL EXPRESSION IN THE CINEMA ART

Dr. Tadjibayeva Oltinoy Kasimovna; Melikuziev Ikbal Mamasadikovich; Khusanov Sherzod Tirkashaliyevich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 2204-2215

In this scientific article, determining the role of computer technology and
special effects in cinema as a new visual expression tool and, in this connection to the
filmmaking, the problems associated with film resolution, was analyzed. The purpose of
this article is to identify common features and regularities of the development of computerspecific
effects with the example of renowned films that have been created in this sphere.
This article also clarifies the role of special effects in the development of Uzbek cinema.
Achievements and imperfections in this field, as well as issues of artistic quality in
contemporary Uzbek cinema, and the importance of expanding and enriching the moral
world of the audience through visual aids, were also analyzed.

CLASSIFICATION OF GAME TECHNOLOGIES IN PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION.

Khafizova Mashkhura Aminovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 3258-3274

This article reveals the basic concepts of pedagogical technologies and considers games as one of the types of technologies. The article provides a definition of the game, motives, features and needs for game activity. The author presents the basic pedagogical foundations of the organization of game activity. The methodology of the article is based on the effective use of various modern pedagogical approaches, accompanied by gaming technologies in the study of Russian as a foreign language. The practical significance of the article lies in the possibility of further application of situational role-playing games, both in psychological and pedagogical activities and in the educational process.

Methodical system of teaching computer animation in higher education institutions.

BAKIYEVA ZUHRA RAHMATULLAYEVNA

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 6252-6256

Speaking about the importance of modern educational technologies in educating students, President Mirziyoyev said, “The widespread introduction of new information and pedagogical technologies in the educational process, teachers who are diligent in raising our children to be perfect people. It is necessary to pay more attention to, in short, to raise the education system to a completely new level in terms of quality. ” This issue is also recognized as one of the main directions in the State Program "Year of harmoniously developed generation".

CONTENTS, VALUE OF INTERDISCIPLINARY RELATIONS

B. R. Haqberdiyev; B. O'. Kochkarov; A.G'. Mamitaliyev

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 476-479

This article through the integration of the disciplines of engineering graphics and design technology education teaching methods contains characters illuminated. It of planned to actively use interdisciplinary integration, increase the effectiveness of education, analyze and implement it in practice and give high results. Teaching engineering graphics and design sciences in the classroom one of the main sources of organization is the need for integrated training that meets the requirements of the time.

Quantitative And Qualitative Analysis Of A Liquid Extract Obtained On The Basis Of Wormwood

Yuldasheva Shahlo Khabibullaevna; Tukhtaev Khakim Rakhmonovich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3336-3345

The work is devoted to the development of the technology of composition and the study of the chemical composition of the liquid extract based on bitter wormwood - Artemisia Absinitum L. grown in the territory of Uzbekistan. The addition of tansy and pumpkin seeds to the composition of wormwood makes it possible to obtain liquid dosage forms with an enhanced anthelmintic effect. The study used methods of spectrophotometry, thin layer chromatography, qualitative chemical analysis, ionization plasma analysis, etc. The liquid extract was standardized by quantitative determination of flavonoids. A number of factors have been identified that influence the optimal technology for obtaining a liquid extract from plant materials. A method has been developed for the quantitative determination of the amount of flavonoids using spectrophotometry in the wavelength range of 350-450 nm. The content of the sum of flavonoids in extracts varies in terms of a standard sample of rutin in the range from 1.2860 to 1.5871% (mg / ml). For elemental analysis, the method of inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry was used, on the basis of which important macro- and microelements were found in the composition of the liquid extract.
The studied indicators of the microbiological purity of the extract comply with the requirements of the State Pharmacopoeia XI issue 2.

AWARENESS ON IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ON KNOWLEDGE ENHANCEMENT AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS

Thana Lakshme. P.S; Vishnu Priya .V; Gayathri. R; Kavitha. S

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 2140-2154

Technology, actually the application of knowledge on practical skills. Technology has owned the entire world with its accessibility and advancement. This technology had changed the education process not in what to learn but also in the way of learning.It had led to development of education, skills, communication and attitudes towards the future environment. Acquiring knowledge is a process not a product and this process is taken over by technological development. This study aims to create awareness on the impact of technology in knowledge enhancement among college students. It comprises a small population size of 110 participants. A self structured questionnaire involving their personal view on technology and its impact and the awareness they have on technology was distributed to the targeted population. The data were collected, analysed and presented as pie charts. Then arriving at conclusion, technology though possess negative impacts made a greater positive impact on knowledge and education.

CAD/CAM CERAMICS- THE PARADIGM SHIFT IN FIXED PROSTHODONTICS

Charanya Suresh; Venkatesh Kommi; Muralidharan. N. P

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 2118-2126

Ceramics are broadly utilized as circuitous helpful materials in dentistry because of their extensive biocompatibility and satisfying aesthetics. The objective is to review the different CAD/CAM all-ceramic biomaterials. CAD/CAM all-ceramic biomaterials are highlighted and a subsequent literature search was conducted for the relevant subjects utilizing PubMed followed by manual search. Advancements in CAD/CAM innovation have catalyzed inquiry in all-ceramic biomaterials and their applications. Feldspathic glass ceramic and glass penetrated ceramic can be manufactured by conventional research facility strategies or CAD/CAM. The appearance of polycrystalline ceramics may be a coordinate result of CAD/CAM innovation without which the manufacture would not have been conceivable. The clinical employments of these ceramics have met with variable clinical victory. Numerous choices are presently accessible to the clinicians for the creation of aesthetic all ceramic restorations.