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E-Resources available in different file formats and in multi-variety forms have captured the attention of the respondents n the recent years, thanks to the vast digital resources made available in centers. The study attempts to trace out the Impact of e-collection among competitive examination aspirants at sivagangai coaching centers. A sample size of 100 respondents was selected by random sampling method. The data required for the study was collected through a questionnaire. The findings of the study: 49 (58.33%) of the respondents are unemployed, among them male 29(56.86%) of the aspirants are male and female 20(60.60%) of the aspirants are female. 26 (30.95 %) of the respondents rated their coaching center as Good. 24 (28.57%) of the respondents have rated their coaching center is fair. 10.71%of the respondents rated their coaching center as poor, and 14.28% of the respondents did not express any opinion about their coaching center, and 15.47% of the respondents have reported that their coaching center as very good. 35 (41.66%) of the respondents say that they are using the electronic resources frequently, 36.90% of the respondents say that they are using the electronic resources most frequently, 17.75% of respondents are using their electronic resources rarely. 73(86.90%) of the respondents say that the internet facility within their coaching centers is available. 13.09% of the respondents say that there is no internet facility within the coaching center. It can be access through electronic system and internet platform, rendering the information through e-book, e-journals, open sources and related databases.