Cell phones not allowed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa schools

 Cell phones not allowed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa schools

Cell phones not allowed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa schools

PESHAWAR: The Department of Education in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has taken a bold step by outlawing cell phone use on school property in an effort to improve academic focus and reduce distractions.

The directive, which was sent to the Director of Education, emphasizes how using a cell phone while in class negatively impacts students’ academic performance.

It requires staff members and teachers to abstain from using their phones in class.

Consequently, at the start of the school day, teachers are directed to gather mobile phones from all employees.

Staff members are encouraged to use PTCL landlines for emergencies or to contact the school head on their assigned cell phone.

Furthermore, the circular underscores the significance of first securing authorization from the institution’s head prior to partaking in any media-related activities. Including taking pictures or making videos on school property. The purpose of this preventative action is to protect staff members’ and students’ privacy and security.

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