International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 3, Part A (2015)
Antifungal activity of Euphorbia antiquorum L. latex an in vitro study
J. Benrit Vimal and S. Sam Manohar Das
As nothing is permanent but change so is the case with ICT: it evolution, past and present trends. With the introduction of computers since 1960s, it has been both a matter of intrigueness and frustration for teachers as well as researchers. Many of our expectations did not materialize but some do showed positive results. Many studies in the world have been conducted, to get a feel of its impact and to determine its future prospects. However, overall most of the studies have shown only a small positive impacts but has directed as towards more research in ICT is very much required to find out its utility in the present contacts and its potential in coming times. This study tries to review the already research conducted in this field andeaims to serve as guide for further research in the field of ICT in other fields specially in sports. It this era of convergence between different subjects: facilitated by ICT it self it is required to broaden our perspectives and all researches conducted in the field of ICT has to be reviewed first, in this study we will reviewing the literature of study of impact of ICT on learning.
How to cite this article:
J. Benrit Vimal and S. Sam Manohar Das. Antifungal activity of Euphorbia antiquorum L. latex an in vitro study. International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(3): 25-28.