Modern Learning Method: Concept Modeling Of Hindi Grammar
Today, the field of knowledge management grows rapidly due to diverse application. Knowledge is key essence of any organization or system growth. Further, knowledge categorized in internal and external form that representations lead several issues. To address knowledge representation issue, knowledge management offers number of techniques. Concept map is one of knowledge management technique which offers convenient way to express domain knowledge of any field to easy understandable. Previous few decades, the significance and usage of concept map applied in various dimensions to represent domain knowledge. Here, concept map technique experimented to offer effective learning of “Grammar (Vyakaran)” of Hindi language. The motive of the research is to enhance learning and teaching way of hindi grammar with the help of concept map.
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