Consequences of Internet Usage among Students of the First Specialized Public Science and Technology University of Bangladesh: a Survey

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Consequences of Internet Usage among Students of the First Specialized Public Science and Technology University of Bangladesh: a Survey

Abstract
It is assumed that excessive usage of internet among young generations, i.e., students of universities make them more dependent on virtual relationships and socially isolated. Though there are some studies around, which validates these consequences of internet usage done previously for some countries of world but yet, for the country Bangladesh, there is no such study still existing which reveals these issues with in depth analysis, particularly done for any specialized public Science and Technology University, where internet is more viable than to other kinds of universities, because of the additional attention given to information and communications technology there.

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