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The study aims to dissect the strategies used by the SRM Institute of Science and Technology engineering
students while studying through mobile phones. The study involves 180 students majoring in Engineering by
dispensing a Survey of Reading Strategies (SORS) questionnaire to dissect the feasibility of strategy usage
through mobile phones. One hundred eighty students with the exact demographic details were taken as a
sample. A cross-sectional study design examined the strategy usage phenomenon among Engineering Students.
The quantitative study holds 35 mailed questionnaires about the sub-scales of reading strategies: Global,
Problem-Solving, and Support Strategies. The reliability of the questionnaire was tested using Cronbach's
alpha. Cronbach's Alpha tests if multiple questions Likert Scale Surveys are reliable. The collected data were
analyzed using SPSS (Statistical Packages for Social Sciences). The finding of the study reveals that (i) the
Participants are active strategy users when it comes to mobile reading, (ii) there is a significant result between
the three strategies as the participants widely use Support strategies, (iii) The Study's conclusion or data
discloses that the students tremendously apply the strategies while reading through mobile phones.