when I was young, our school had real huge bell located in the hall. Everytime the teacher would pull the string to ring the bell so that every student queue up for assembly. Now, we have artificial bell.
Very interesting question, it is perhaps to make student aware that the time does not remain constant, it moves on and on. Every time a bell rings, students get a kind of laud indication that they have passed a considerable amount of time, let them think how that time had passed. If the ringing of bell is taken seriously by the student they are sure to become an embodiment of discipline and productive users of time.
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