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Vol -  9, Issue- 11 ,         Page(s) : 10 - 16  (2018 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH


In the present day time the world has become a small village owing to the digital integration of economies. With the technological explosion .,we cannot keep ourself aloof with the development. Be it the professional area or the personal space ,technology and more specifically mobile phone shave become a part of life . As it is said that development comes with a package so we need to wholeheartedly embrace the shortcoming of it too but with a caution and preparation we may subside the adverse impact of it .The usage of technology is inevitable these days but over usage may impact our health and psyche. The paper tries to investigate the impact of mobile usage on youth as dependent on the number of hours spent on it’s usage . The study had a sample size of 40 youth and questionnaire was administered to them .ANNOVA was used to analyze the data and see whether it had stress in youth was dependent on the number of hours spent on phone. Interpretation and recommendations were given at the end. The study will pave a way for future research for identifying other facts causing the same and will also guide the Industries&Government to organize training programs to educate the people for the optimal usage of their mobile phones.

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