Project was Completed in 2019


Introduction: The traditional and cultural factors in India are highly favouring male development and domination whereby women who constitute a comparatively higher percentage are less in percentage of education, career and advancements. This could have been mainly due to their confinement to the domestic duties and unawares of their potential. In order to help them identify their capacity and to utilize to the optimum for social and national development and to have innovative measures in women issues this study has been undertaken.


To find out the level of education of women in rural areas
To find out the level of women participation in social and national events
To find out the significant difference among variables in their level of Education and involvement
To prepare the learning materials for communication skills based on their level
To impart the Communication Skill activities through various media to the Rural Women
The investigator has guided 31 M.Ed Scholars in their research work specializing in developing educational packages.
Has presented more than 15 papers in National and International Seminars.
The investigator has vast experience of working for the HIV/AIDS affected African children in Zambia.
The investigator is interested to work for and to empower especially in rural India.
Working fro women are her major concern and seeks assistance . Hence this project has the scope to reach to the marginalized and underprivileged and the unreached. Through this the researcher will make India high in literacy rate.


The educationalinstitution can facilitate the students in using the e-resources especially in learning the language.
The educators can create awareness among students about various apps which are helping students in learning the language.
The educators can concentrate on developing the four language skills; Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing with the help of e-resources.
Language learning can be given importance even at the PG level.
Educators need to promote the right way of using thee-resources.
The institutions need to further equip their infrastructure with adequate internet availability for the use off aculty and students.
Libraries need to equip and update thee-resources relevant to the students’ curriculum.
Students need to a ware of thee-resources available in their college library and also outside the premises.
Parents need to be given awareness of the Utility of e-resources.
Parents need to encourage the female children in their need for utility of e-resources.
Educators need to improve the productive skills by creating confidence among the students and by encouraging them to use thee-resources.
Practical works need to be given in developing the communication skills of students with the help of e-resources.
Educators need to identify the level of students in developing their language skills and accordingly they should be trained in acquiring the skills.


The investigator being an English student has a keen interest in developing the communication skills with help of e-resources. Because, Information and communication technology based learning and teaching process may lead to effectiveness and efficiency of educational system. E-resources are helpful for each and everyone for many purposes. At the sametime acquiring the communication skills such as listening, speaking, reading, writing is the ultimate aim in learning the language. This aim can be made easy with help of e-resources. The electronic resources help in acquiring these skills effectively among college students. Thus this study stresses the importance of acquiring language skills as well as the usage of e-resources.


Colleges under section 2 (f)& 12(B) of the UGC Act 1956

Guidelines for Inclusion of Affiliated College under Section 2(f) and 12(B) of UGC Act, 1956

The University Grants Commission (UGC) provides financial assistance to eligible colleges which are included under Section 2(f)* and declared fit to receive central assistance (UGC grant) under Section 12 (B)** of UGC Act, 1956 as per approved pattern of assistance under various schemes.

* The UGC had notified Regulations for recognition of colleges under Section 2(f) of the UGC Act, 1956. The colleges are brought under the purview of UGC in terms of these Regulations as and when the proposals are received from the colleges for inclusion under Section 2(f) and they are found fit for inclusion as per the provisions contained in the Regulations.

Apart from inclusion of colleges under Section 2(f), the UGC includes the Colleges under Section 12(B) of its Act in terms of Rules framed under the Act. This makes the colleges eligible for central assistance from the Government of India or any organization receiving funds from the Central Government.

St.Justin’s College of Education is enjoying the status of being under section 2 (f)& 12(B)

In equipping  the college labs ,  library and hostel The UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION played a major role in funding generously. Thus sustaining the quality and standard for more such ventures.

Large seminar halls , auditorium were all established through UGC,

The library accounts to the number of more than 13000 books for which the major contribution from UGC.

The new hostel structure is an out come of the UGC funds. This hives nearly 100 students who dwell in perfect harmony

Many more technological instruments   such as LCD projectors, LED TV, White boards, Laptops have been sourced through the UGC grants.

The Language Lab with the native speaking skill is a contribution of UGC for RS 6,45,000.00.

The smart room for M.Ed and Laptops, Smartphone for the use of Students  was accessed through UGC funds in 2016.

In 2017 Funds were received for Minor Research Project for which Rev.Dr.A.MaryDelphine was the Principal Investigator. This project was undertaken to support the rural women who were drop outs or who did not persue higher studies for want of  financial assistance . Their communication skill was developed through this project which helped them to get office jobs. This project was completed successfully benefitting more than 800 rural women in 2019.