Teachers will not carry mobiles in classrooms-Directives issued
Mobile phones banned in classrooms.
Directives have been issued regarding usage of mobile phones by school teachers as per which mobiles will not be allowed in the classrooms. Joint Director of School Education Bharat Mehta issued strict directives for keeping mobile phones switched off in all private and government schools. The above directives were issued on Friday as per which teachers cannot carry mobile in classrooms; students are also required to follow the same rules failing which action will be taken by the respective educational organisation.
The directives apply to all government and private schools in Udaipur, Pratapgarh, Rajsamand, Banswara, Dungarpur, Chittorgarh and others. Teachers can no more talk or chat on the mobile while in class. The action was taken after the education department received reports of teachers using mobile phones in the classrooms.
All mobiles are to be deposited in the school office. If any of the teacher or student is found in possession of mobile during classroom session, action will be taken against the head of the school as well. Notice regarding not using mobiles during teaching hours has to be pasted on the notice board and due instructions are to be made clear during school assemblies.Download the UT Android App for more news and updates from Udaipur
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