Using phones on campus, and class rooms in the Advanced School of Mass Communication ASMAC has become a call for concern as several phones have been seized from students by lecturers during classes
Lecturers of the Advanced School of Mass Communication ASMAC have a good number of phones in their custody from the beginning to the end of the semester as using the electronics in class has become uncontrollable with students coming up with one reason or the other as to why they keep manipulating their phones in class.
The school administration has taken several measures to ensure that phones are not brought to class.
This includes seizing and breaking of these phones in front of the owner.
So far, this move has not yet been executed, but rampant seizing by lecturers is the order of the day.
Despite this, students are not scared at all. “I bring my phone to class because it is mobile” says Lukong Nirissa journalism level one student.
“My phone has rung in class a good number of times and I was lucky no one heard it because it is always on vibration. Each time it does, my action will depend on who was calling.
If it’s my mum, I quietly go out to receive the call to find out why she called despite knowing that I’m in class.
But if it’s a classmate, I drop the call and send a text that I’m in class.” Says Clovis Mangeh year one journalism student.
Given the level at which students use phones these days, it is almost impossible to stop students from using or manipulating their phones in class.
But bringing these phones to class and using them while the teacher is in class is what cannot be understood.
Nonetheless it is important that they use it. But at the right time.
“Normally as students we need to bring our phones to school and where ever we go.
This is for research and emergency. Given our field of studies, they cannot hinder us from bringing the phones to school because we need it” a student commented.
Bringing the phones to school has never been a problem but having the electonic ring in class is what the administration is fighting against.
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