• Dr. Nasim Ahmed Assistant Professor and Head, Department of Physical Education, Raja Narendra Lal Khan Women’s College (Autonomous), Gope Palace, Vidyasagar University Rd, Paschim Medinipur-721102, West Bengal, India.
  • Dr. Amlan Sarkar 2Assistant Professor and Head, Department of Physical Education, Udaynarayanpur Madhabilata Mahavidyalaya (University of Calcutta), Udaynarayanpur (Jangalpara), Howrah-711226, West Bengal, India.




Physical Education, Information and Communication Technology, Teaching, Learning, Computer Technology


In the modern world, ICT (information and communication technology) application in education has expanded quickly. Classes are becoming more engaging because to the use of computers in education, projectors, smart boards, and the internet. Research projects, assessments, statistical analysis, the collection of course materials, and communication with teachers and students all make use of computer and Internet technology. An essential component of the educational system is the teacher. Without a better instructor, it is impossible to conceive a better learning environment. Our time is referred to as the “knowledge explosion age.” The field of knowledge is growing quickly. A teacher needs to keep up with changes in order to educate more effectively. ICT is really helpful in this. Systems of education have had a significant impact on the growth of contemporary economics. Tools and services that manage and communicate information are referred to as ICT, or information and communications technology. ICT makes it possible for students to learn at their own pace using a variety of instruments, including computers and assignments, and as a result, the teaching and learning process has improved. There are many young people with a keen interest in technology in today’s classrooms. Institutions can improve learning chances for students by combining audiovisual learning with the conventional blackboard. Other than the fact that physical education is already entwined with the allure of contemporary scientific technology, physical education is still taught using an antiquated and conventional technique. In order to investigate the topic for the benefit of the students in the area of globalization of education, a transitional change is definitely needed. The purpose of this essay was to explore the drawbacks, value, and advantages of information and communication technology in the classroom. From the overall results, it can be inferred that using a computer for teaching and learning involves the use of technology. We also make sure that ICT has a beneficial impact on students’ learning. This essay analyses the state of physical education in colleges today, demonstrates its shortcomings, and then elaborates on the benefits of information technology in the delivery of physical education in universities.



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How to Cite

Ahmed, N., & Sarkar, A. (2023). ENHANCEMENT TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS THROUGH THE APPLICATION OF ICT IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Indian Journal of YOGA Exercise & Sport Science and Physical Education, 7(1), 12–15. https://doi.org/10.58914/ijyesspe.2022-7.1-2.5