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This paper depicts the Awareness of web 3.0 utilized as a part of Medical Faculty Members and Researchers condition in Rajiv Gandhi University of Health science. We have just observed our administrations and accumulations change drastically with the ascent of the web and everything that it has carried with it, from the coordination’s of offering open web access, to e-assets, Web 2.0 and the utilization of the semantic web. The Social networking sites (SNSs) have permeated our daily lives. As social media usage with mobile devices such as smart phones and tablet devices increases, it has gained attention to communicate in emergency situations such as natural disasters. Moreover, many researchers consider Social Networking Sites as promising tools for gathering information to find the solutions of contemporary issues.