Access Usage and Design of Social Networking Sites by Sri Venkateshwara Engineering College Students, Chennai: A StudyAuthor : R. Pappukumari and N.Thilagavathy
Volume 9 No.1 January-March 2019 pp 1-3
The study high lights the use and impact of social networking sites. Data was collected by means of Questionnaire that was circulated among the Sri Venkateshwara Engineering College students randomly. The survey is about social networking’s use of access, usage, and design in creating Social Networking Sites knowledge among engineering professionals. The maximum of the respondents 50(90.03%) having a account on Face book and the minimum of 8(15.68%) of the respondents in Twitter respectively. This paper will be therefore able to review the available literature to study and present both the positive and negative impacts of online networking on the most high in demand segment of our society.
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