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Computing Academics into New Age Applied Science Programs and Fields Emphasizing Trend on Animation and Multimedia Technology—An Investigation of Indian Private Universities

P. K. Paul1 , P. S. Aithal2 , A. Bhuimali3

1 Raiganj University (RGU), West Bengal, India.
2 Vice Chancellor, Srinivas University, Karnataka, India.
3 Vice Chancellor, Raiganj University, West Bengal, India.

Correspondence should be addressed to: pkpaul.infotech@gmail.com.


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Vol.6 , Issue.1 , pp.18-26, Feb-2018


CrossRef-DOI:   https://doi.org/10.26438/ijsrpas/v6i1.1826


Online published on Feb 28, 2018


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IEEE Style Citation: P. K. Paul, P. S. Aithal, A. Bhuimali, “Computing Academics into New Age Applied Science Programs and Fields Emphasizing Trend on Animation and Multimedia Technology—An Investigation of Indian Private Universities”, International Journal of Scientific Research in Physics and Applied Sciences, Vol.6, Issue.1, pp.18-26, 2018.

MLA Style Citation: P. K. Paul, P. S. Aithal, A. Bhuimali "Computing Academics into New Age Applied Science Programs and Fields Emphasizing Trend on Animation and Multimedia Technology—An Investigation of Indian Private Universities." International Journal of Scientific Research in Physics and Applied Sciences 6.1 (2018): 18-26.

APA Style Citation: P. K. Paul, P. S. Aithal, A. Bhuimali, (2018). Computing Academics into New Age Applied Science Programs and Fields Emphasizing Trend on Animation and Multimedia Technology—An Investigation of Indian Private Universities. International Journal of Scientific Research in Physics and Applied Sciences, 6(1), 18-26.

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Abstract :
The world is changing rapidly and for this information and technology playing a leading role. Computing is the vital driving force for the information and technological affairs which include collection, selection, organization, processing, management and dissemination of information. Initially the field computing was started with the domain Computer Science and then gradually many other subjects and allied areas have been developed viz. Computer Engineering, Computer Systems, Computing, Computer Application, Software Engineering etc. Moreover in a different track i.e. on ‘Information Centric’ many other subjects have been developed and widely used viz. Information Technology, Informatics, Information Systems, Information Science, Knowledge Management etc. Even the advancement of interdisciplinary research leads many new merged and inter-connected areas and fields viz. Geo Information Science, Health Information Science etc. The areas of computing and information are also called as Information Sciences or Computing and Information Sciences as well. Among the sub fields and areas within the field is Multimedia Technology and it is important and emerging in Indian Universities as well. This paper is a conceptual and theoretical one; which is governed by the aim of emerging Multimedia Technology programs in Indian Private Universities.

Key-Words / Index Term :
Information Technology, IT, Universities, Private Universities, India, HEIs, Multimedia Technology, Emerging Degree

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