Ans -> The term knowledge society generally refers to a society where knowledge is the primary production resource instead of capital and labour.
Knowledge has become a major source of productivity. Globalisation and new world economy demanding knowledge-based economies. A knowledge society create, share and uses knowledge for the prosperity and well-being of its people. In society, the knowledge society brings greater access to information. Individuals there fore have more opportunities to participate in and influence the development of their societies.
Ans-> ICTs are able to reach students in any place at any time. This has a potential to promote revolutionary changes in the traditional educational model.
* 1.With ICTs, we can reduce classroom time by engaging students in educational activities at home, in a library, or in any other unconventional setting.
* 2. ICT can provide courses that small rural or urban schools to teach mathematics ,science and foreign languages.
* 3. One teacher can manage several schools at a time through on line instruction or TV.
* 4. With the help of ICT , experts can teach the on line courses.
* 5. ICT can make multi-grade schools viable in areas with low population density.Students can interact with multimedia computer software.