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December 13, 2016 12: Students are developing a strong connection with their mobile phones, which is leading to a massive loss in their concentration and time spent in studies. Parents and teachers usually face problem in combating the distraction of students.

The impact of the Internet on education

When children see their parents, family members and everybody in their surroundings using cell phones, they adapt this as a natural phenomenon. Basically, it is the sheer presence which leads to immediate inclination towards technology," says Dr Samir Parikh, a child Psychiatrist Director, Fortis Hospital. Here's a list of negative effects caused to a student with excessive use of mobile phones: Lack of concentration According to report published in the Daily Mail, a new study claims that Heavy internet and mobile phone users are prone to lack of concentration and forget things easily This also affects their awareness and eventually lead to passive mind Moreover, this also leads to weak focus and attention 2.

Stress Parents want to give all the facilities to their children at a tender age so as to help them carve a perfect career path. They purchase the most expensive and latest smartphone for their children for this, which in itself is the origin of all the problems apparently.

  1. Why do children need this? One can work from the luxury of their home on the internet now.
  2. This means that it is secured and other people cannot read the information while it is being sent. Despite knowing about education-related apps, kids spend most of their time doing following activities.
  3. Thank you and I wish you all a great day ahead! The biggest world-wide communication network today is the internet.
  4. Everybody can read these web pages and it can be seen by anyone on the internet unless it requires a password.
  5. As a free communication and information media, internet offers such unlimited source to be accessed in the aim of getting information either as a connector of communication among people.

Students generally have peer pressure to maintain their image. Even if they do not want to buy an expensive mobile phone, they will do it for their friend circle Children get stressed trying to maintain a proper communication level with parents, teachers and friends on phone 3.

Influence of internet usage on the youth

Low grades Of course, use of technology has direct implication on education, be it positive or negative. If a teacher is using technology in the classroom, it will benefit a student. The Impact of Mobile Phones on Student Performance" found that after schools banned mobile phones, the test scores of students aged 16 improved by 6.

  • When children see their parents, family members and everybody in their surroundings using cell phones, they adapt this as a natural phenomenon;
  • One can display their products on the net and connect with prospective buyers with distance not being an issue.

The economists reckon that this is the "equivalent of adding five days to the school year". Why are mobile phones affecting kids negatively?

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Despite knowing about education-related apps, kids spend most of their time doing following activities: Listening music frequently Chatting and calling friends Following social media In short, excessive use of mobile phones is becoming a distraction for students and is wasting their time. They are delved into the virtual world to an extent that they forget all other important things 4. Lack of vision Anxiety, stress and depression are some of the problems faced by students due to 24-hour connection with friends and other people.

According to a study, students fail to set goals for themselves due a confused state of mind.

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What leads to a confused state of mind? Teenagers get deep into a delirious state of mind once they start keeping their phone next to them at all times. They do not sleep They constantly check their phone Despite sleeping, they are not stress free 5.

Speech on Internet

Cyber bullying According to recent survey by Microsoft Corporation, India ranks third on the highest rate of cyber bullying, after China and Singapore.

As many as 7,600 children between the age group of 8-17 years are the victim of cyber bullying. In addition, cyber bullying, as a term, is not recognised worldwide.

To address this, the study explored the issue by asking children about negative experiences they've had online - from their point of view being called mean names, being teased, etc. While such experiences may not be viewed as bullying by all who experience it, these behaviors may be considered by some as having potentially adverse effects," noted the report.

Impacts of cyber bullying: Increase of aggression in students Loss of self confidence.

5 reasons why students should control their cell phone usage