ATTITUDE OF B.Ed. STUDENTS AT DISTANCE AND REGULAR MODES TOWARDS THE USE OF INTERNET FOR LEARNING By   Amit Kumar Jain , Upendra Nabh Tripathi , Basanti

This empirical study was intended at exploring attitudes towards the internet with 100 students, 50 from distance education mode and 50 from regular mode at Buddha College of Education, Rambha in Karnal District of Haryana. Surveys aimed at assessing attitudes towards the internet were administered to the participants. There exists a significant difference between the attitude of female B.Ed. distance and regular mode students towards using Internet in their studies. Attitude of female and male B.Ed. regular students is better than distance mode students, whereas attitude of male B.Ed. distance and regular mode students is better than female B.Ed. distance and regular mode students. The results concluded that the attitude of B.Ed. regular mode students towards using Internet is better than B.Ed. distance mode students at selected institution. Keywords: Internet attitudes, Distance and regular mode.