The purpose of this research was to examine attitude, usefulness, and satisfaction as antecedents of behavioral intentions of the students towards E-pad usage. The primary data was collected from the B-School students of Mangalore, Bangalore, and Udupi. A sample of 187 students in 10 various prestigious B-Schools was used to study the impact of attitude, usefulness, and satisfaction on behavioral intentions towards E-pad usage. The path coefficient value and the T statistics confirm the positive association between the attitude and behavioral intentions, usefulness and behavioral intentions, satisfaction, and behavioral intentions. The multi-group analysis through PLS also suggests that there is a perceptional difference among males and females on attitude, usefulness, satisfaction, and behavioral intentions of the students. The findings have many implications for present behavioral intentions models and promotion progress in the firm.
Key words: Student's Attitude, E-pad usage, Antecedents