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Measurement: Sensors ; : 100754, 2023.
Article in English | ScienceDirect | ID: covidwho-2307652


Avatars of real individuals can be found all around the Metaverse. It has been nicknamed the "next big bang” for the Indian EdTech market, which some experts predict will reach $30 billion by 2032. Technology permeates 21st-century education, whether it is through academic programming, hands-on technical instruction, or concepts taught in classrooms and institutions. Virtual reality in the Indian educational system is still a topic of study. There isn't much research on virtual reality in education. Since women are now actively functioning as leaders and outperforming men in many spheres of life worldwide, women's empowerment is India's most powerful tool for growth. The lady governors and the countries led by these incredible women are bearing the load and pushing on alone in the struggle wherever it is needed, while the entire world holds its breath and prays every day for an unbelievable escape from the COVID-19 pandemic. Various non-governmental organizations (NGOs) seek to improve women's lives and provide them with self-sufficiency training. The government is likewise concerned about this issue and has established a number of programs to assist women. Information and communication technology (ICT) is significant in this context. ICT has improved the security, knowledge, education, employability, confidence, and popularity of women. The significance of ICT for the empowerment of women is highlighted in this study. To illuminate the various facets of ICT's impact on society, various examples have been addressed. Because of ICT, new generations of women all over the globe have defied all expectations and proven themselves in every aspect of life, even the most complicated and time-consuming realm of enterprise. In this regard, ICT may possibly become a magic wand for improving women's current situations. In this research, the eight factors that influence how ICT affects rural women's empowerment were found.