Globalisation has changed human life. With the advancement in information and communication technology as we notice in case of mobile phones, especially in smart phones, human life has considerably changed. The smart phones are very popular among all age groups, but they are more popular among young students and they are more prone to changes in their behaviour. The study covers the behaviour changes among secondary school students. To find out the behaviour changes among them, a survey of their parents was taken. The study covers 100 respondents from four villages. The study reveals the change in behaviour of the students who are using smart phones. The study has been analysed by using simple mathematical tools.
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