No Mobile Phone Use at FM Junior College Campus Balasore – The New Indian Express

By Express press service

BALASORE: From August 16, students, faculty and staff at Fakir Mohan Junior College here will no longer be able to use mobile phones on college premises. Principal of Junior College Pradeep Kumar Rana said a notification regarding the ban on using mobile phones on campus from Tuesday was sent to all concerned on Saturday. “We are giving two days to educate teachers, non-teaching staff and students. In addition, the guards will also be aware of the ban.

A squad was formed with 20 faculty members and 10 non-teaching staff to enforce the rule. Anyone caught breaking the rule will have their name registered as a defaulter and their mobile phone seized, the principal advised.

“If a student is found in default on the rule, parents will be notified. “If the parents do not cooperate, the student and the handset will be turned over to the police. The rule also applies to guest speakers and staff who will be terminated if the rule is violated,” Rana said, saying that the initiative was taken for the good of students, professors and non-teaching staff.

Since most students are busy chatting, messaging, and talking during class time, it disturbs other students and teachers in the class. Even some students use the phone in the college restroom for illegal activities which gives the college a bad reputation. Students have often recorded college professors talking to loved ones during class time and these have gone viral on social media platforms, the principal explained.

Some middle school teachers had complained to the principal that students were being turned away in classrooms because of cellphones. said Santosh Kumar Rout, an administrative officer.

BALASORE: From August 16, students, faculty and staff at Fakir Mohan Junior College here will no longer be able to use mobile phones on college premises. Principal of Junior College Pradeep Kumar Rana said a notification regarding the ban on using mobile phones on campus from Tuesday was sent to all concerned on Saturday. “We are giving two days to educate teachers, non-teaching staff and students. In addition, the guards will also be aware of the ban. A squad was formed with 20 faculty members and 10 non-teaching staff to enforce the rule. Anyone caught breaking the rule will have their name registered as a defaulter and their mobile phone seized, the principal informed. “If a student is found in default on the rule, parents will be notified. “If the parents do not cooperate, the student and the handset will be turned over to the police. The rule also applies to guest speakers and staff who will be terminated if the rule is violated,” Rana said, saying that the initiative was taken for the benefit of students, faculty and non-teaching staff Since most students are busy chatting, messaging and talking during class time, it disturbs other students and professors in the class.Even some students use the phone in the college restrooms for illegal activities which gives the college a bad reputation.Students have often recorded college professors talking to their relatives during school hours. classes and these have gone viral on social media platforms, the principal explained.Some college teachers had complained to the principal that the students were diverted in classrooms because of cell phones. said Santosh Kumar Rout, an administrative officer.

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