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Kumar, D. (2004). Educational Technology. New Delhi: New Age International Publisher.
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Mangal, S. M. (2009). Essentials of Educational Technology. New Delhi: PH Publishing house.
Sharma, Ram Nath(2003). Advanced Educational Technology. New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers and Distributes.
Taori, S. (2001). Communication in Schools. New Delhi: Regency Publications.
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Ronghuai,Huang,J Michael Spector,Junfeng Yang (2019).Educational technology:A Primer for the 21st Century.Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
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K.T. Basantani, A.H. Doctor, P.G. Shinde (2011) Human Rights, Communication Skills, Environment Studies, Sheth Publishing House, Mumbai.