Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : digital technology


How Digital Technology Facilitates Visa Free Interational Migration?

Yusupova Shakhnoza; Kadirova Zulaykho; Gazieva Sulkhiya; Raimjanova Madina

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 853-867

Current paper work offers reflection on doing digital migration study’s methodology and practice. Modern information and communication technologieshave fundamentally transformed migration processes in both positively and negatively. Migration movement control is increasingly dependent on digital technologies from the bottom-up migrants use smart phones and apps to access information, establish local connections and send remittances all over the world. Main purpose of this article is discussing concept of digitalization in migration process. As an outcome’s authors explain migration destinations and advantages of digital technologies in migration process. As a conclusion authors suggest conceptual structure of digitalization framework for globally networking.

Digital Education In Jammu And Kashmir: Opportunities And Threats

MuzaferRasool Hajam; Dr Manvendra Singh; Waseem Ahmad Rather

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6412-6417

Digital education as an emerging concept focuses on digital technology driven operations and management of educational systems, institutions and teaching learning methodologies utilising software packages and codes, hardware infrastructure systems, algorithms and data portals facilitating active interaction and communication between students, educators, policy makers and inter-institutional collaborations. In 21st century age of Information and Technology, educational tools, methodologies and the concept of education itself got rapidly transformed through opportunities provided by digitisation with emphasis on distance learning, flexible timelines, open access to education resources, online teaching modules, real-time assessment, integrated information systems for collaborative research between institutions world over, and proactive policy for approaches for real-timemonitoring, performance review and management of educational institutions. However, this rapid shift towards digital education has posed challenges of data security, personal privacy, cyber bullying, blackmailing and profanity despite presence of robust cyber security mechanisms and stringent cyber laws. The paper explores competitive edge of Digital education, efficacy of its various opportunities, threats of security issues, and need for proactive policy approach for rejuvenation of Digital education in Jammu and Kashmirmore so in view of recent Covid-19 lockdown which led to closing of educational institutions world over thereby mandating exploration of new means of learning.