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The motivation behind this investigation is to look at the three variables of advanced education, digital literacy (DL), for example, level, learning, and aptitudes (or level, knowledge and skills) of the students of library and information science (LIS), University of North Bengal. The examination used the review to explore the philosophy of the survey as an exploration tool. The questionnaire was planned, designed and conveyed to 60 students in the library and Information science; out of 60 understudies, 49 (81.66%) reacted. The finding suggests that the DL level is astute in terms of gender orientation and habitation and distinguishes different DLs between students as well as decision-making DL (Computer) abilities through gender and social foundations.



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