There are persisting two kinds of studies which carry on either the traditional way of the classroom teaching or the current way of the online pedagogy. The first disciplines the students with all the required perfection while another mode continues more or less like partly free instructions and unrestricted learning partly. Whatever it may look the teachers remain dominant in both cases.
The wrong part of the online study is that every student has got a handy gadget that equips the students to remain busy with this glitzy gadget all the time. Almost every student falls into the irreparable habit of searching for games and other applications that distance them from books or bookish knowledge. This happens to be the most painful disadvantage of this technological marvel which invites every user to gird themselves with the voluble information of Kar Lo Duniya Mutthi Mein.
More often the students are required ineptly overheard telling that the lure of the video games helps them a lot in learning multiple peculiarities in simpler and susceptible ways. The video games as the guardians talk about only engage them unnecessarily with the modern-day gadget that runs on the usage of the costly Internet. Earlier, the parents used to restrict their wards from the wayward boys but now this distinctive device, commonly called the mobile in our daily parlance, distracts fully. Yet, all the more who pains to take care of the younger generation?
It is the uglier extent of market forces that remain dominant through this impractical tool in our important lives. The constant use of portable mobiles adds an extra burden on the already inflation ridden parents’ pockets who are found curiously complaining about this complicated liability time and again. Side by side the school authorities also do not leave the parents coughing up extra charge of considerable amount under another head for mailing vital messages on the mobile set. What a hard time has come! Even the extensively publicised poorer Sonu of Bihar has this gadget for sharpening his mind, as he told.