Chikkaballapura: Karnataka State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (KSCPCR) Chairman K. Naganna Gowda has said that it is easy to teach bad habits and it is very difficult to get rid of it.
He was speaking after chairing a District-level Progress Review Meeting to discuss the implementation of the RTE, POCSO and Juvenile Justice Act – 2015 at the ZP Hall here on Monday January 2 and the problems faced by children in the District and the facilities being provided to them by various departments. “It is easy for children to practice by encouraging the use of mobile phones for the purpose of learning and for the purpose of meals, snacks, or entertainment. But it’s very difficult to get rid of one becomes obsessed, he noted.
“By playing rural sports, children were developing mentally and physically fitness. Today, children are losing their memory due to mobile phones coming into their hands. Therefore, in anganwadis, schools and colleges, children’s growth-oriented sports should be played within their limits,” he added.