Oslo, Norway (By Ahmed Tanveer): Norway Banning cell phones in schools would be a low-cost way for schools to reduce educational inequality. Several Norwegian schools have introduced a mobile ban during the school time. The Minister for Children and Equal Opportunities, Linda Hofstad Helleland (H), will lift the ban as a national matter. the first school in Trondheim with a mobile-free zone. The school has since reported positive experiences and students in more movement and socialization. Bleker High School in Asker has, in turn, introduced mandatory locking of mobile phones in lockable bags.In Norway, it is up to the individual school how to use the mobile phone, but Helleland wants to lift a mobile ban as a national case. She concerned that all young people should have the opportunity to attend the school day and have the least disturbances. Experiencing a few hours a day that is mobile-free is very important. In a few years we see the effect of mobile usage that is happening now, and I’m afraid of what we want to see, she says. Mobile phones and the use of social media may be one of today’s biggest public diseases, and may affect the concentration. In the workplace, one can not expect to have Snapchat and Facebook all day, so I have a great understanding and acceptance of whether schools want to control mobile use, he adds to ban i hope Pakistan will ban also smart phone during the study hour and should be ban in the office hour who are they using always facebook snapchat and playing games.
Mobile phone is like a drug
Mobile phone can destroy your eyes, make you addicted, it can make you fail in exams because of not studying and also being lazy in class. Mobile phone should be used for education, instead many people use it for bad stuff like accessing youtube or internet that is uneccessary and like also using it and it can make you addicted and you will not listen to the teachers, subject and eventually fail in tests. (Please send your news, article, pictorial on our email address <firstname.lastname@example.org & or WhatsApp +923132434567)