Tuesday, July 17, 2018

favourite teachers In Our Society

Radhakrishnan present of india
Favourite teacher in our society
Place Of Teachers In Our Society
Teaching has been considered in our society as a profession with a mission. Each and every discussion on teachers invariably begins with a charged elaboration of the exalted position accorded to them by the Indian tradition for ages. Teachers were considered an embodiment of values, character, scholarship, leadership and as persons who practised what they preached. The place of ‘acharya’ and ‘guru’ ' is often considered higher than that of parents. There is a basic strength in this approach. All great thinkers, philosophers, creative persons, rulers and people who have changed the direction of human development attribute their achievements to their teachers, irrespective of the system and tradition of education _ which may differ from place to place. Such discussions often end with the lament that the teachers of today are no more the teachers of the past.
The period 18571947 could be considered as having great significance in the history of the Indian nation. These were the years when every Indian, irrespective of caste, creed, region or any other conceivable diversity, came forward to identify with a common national goal. Each and every Indian decided to free India from the foreign yoke. It is indeed amazing to learn that it was the teachers who played a silent but
most critical role in spreading the message of the. He was the only teacher who took part in the country's freedom and played an important role in liberating the country. The teacher is the backbone of today's society. the help of a teacher is going to society on the path of development.

Monday, July 9, 2018

essay trees in our daily life for 10,11,12 class

uses of trees in our daily life
uses of trees in our daily life


Forests and Human Life

introduction-Trees are very important to us. They know only give. Shrubs and small plants give us vegetables. They give us fruits to eat and firewood to burn. We build houses and make furniture with their wood. Trees support the life of living things. They give us oxygen to breathe. They absorb the carbon-dioxide which we exhale. They produce starch for our food. 

Other Help of trees-Trees causes rainfall. They provide us with fresh oxygen. Hot days are made cool by trees. They check the surface soil of the earth from being washed away by rains. Trees also help to prevent sudden floods. 

Different Kinds of Trees-There are various kinds of trees that fulfil our needs. Rubber trees supply rubber. Every part of the coconut tree can be put to some use or other. The sap of the low tree is used in place of milk. 

Trees Use for Animals-The branches of trees gives shelter to millions of birds. Forests give shelter to many wild animals. The leaves of the trees are food for animals. Many insects also depend on trees for their lives. 

Other Importance of Trees-We value trees not only for their usefulness but also for their beauty. They refresh our eyes and mind. The Rishis of the olden days lived in forests. They had their ashrams there. These were the centres of knowledge and learning. Trees help to check pollution. 

The need of Planting Trees-In olden days, large areas of India were covered with forests. As the population grew, trees began to be cut down for man’s use. That is how a great part of forest wealth is lost. While the forests are disappearing, the demand for timber and wood is growing. We must, therefore, protect and develop our forests. We are trying to replace this loss. Our Government wants trees to be planted all over the country. ‘Van Mahotsav’ has been started for this purpose. During this week lakhs of saplings are planted throughout the country. Trees are the country’s wealth. We must consider it our sacred duty to protect them. We should plant new trees wherever we can and look after them properly. 

Conclusion-The Government has started a programme of ‘Samajik Vaniki’ for this purpose. Plants are freely distributed to the citizens.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

books library essay for 400 word

My school library has a wide variety of books.
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My school library has a wide variety of books. Our library has been compartmentalized on the basis of the genre/category of the book. Some of the sections of our library include health and fitness, encyclopaedias, classics, fairy tales, fiction, cookery and science and space. All our books are neatly arranged on shelved that are labelled by our librarian. 

We are expected to maintain pin drop silence in the library so that others do not get disturbed. We are supposed to enter the library quietly, select a book of our choice and fill its library card at the back and lift our chairs and read the book until the end of the class. When we come for the next class we are all supposed to give our librarian a written assignment on the book we previously read and reflect on its morals. I have read many books in my school library and it has helped me with my grammar and vocabulary. 

We also have many books in regional languages such as Marathi and Gujarati as well as our national language Hindi. We are encouraged to read these books also. I enjoy reading the famous author Premchand’s stories in the Hindi language. My ability to speak in Hindi has been refined because of these books. 

‘ I also enjoy reading classics such as George ‘Bernard Shaw’s ‘Pigmalion’ and ‘ Charley. Our librarian is a respected a woman named Stacy D'souza. We have much  Interest in our reading. It is a good habit. 

We also have a computerized system in the library where we can type the name of the book on our computer and locate where the book has been placed. I use my school library for all my School projects. Our librarian recently taught us what a bibliography is and I routinely cite the references I use for my projects. 

My librarian always says that ‘A good book is your best friend’. I believe in this phrase because I enjoy the time I spend reading the most and can proudly say that books are my best friends. 

My library has long wooden tables and chairs where we all assemble during our library period. My library has helped me inculcate good reading habits and it is my most favourite ‘ place in my school.

Saturday, May 5, 2018

floods and famines in India

Floods and famines in India

floods and famines in India
floods and famines in India

Floods and famines in India: Famines occur when there is a scarcity of food-supplies in a particular district or country. They are due to a variety of causes. They are usually caused in India by drought or deficient rainfall, or by heavy rains and consequent floods. Among other causes may be mentioned the ravages of insects and vermin, and the laying waste of a country in time of war. The decrease of the rainfall in certain districts of India has been ascribed to the same cause. On the other hand, floods are caused due to abnormally excessive rainfall. Even floods have known to claim lives and also lead to soil erosion, destroy cultivations and spew diseases. 

The people think that floods and famines punishment of God for their sins.:  Formerly famines were universally regarded as instruments whereby God punished mankind for their sins, and in India, there are still many who attribute these disasters to the anger of the Almighty. Whatever may be said in favour of this view, it must be admitted to be unfortunate in one respect. In former times the people of India would often remain passive under such visitations. Many died of starvation who might have been saved, and many more fell victims to the horrible diseases which so often follow in the train of famines. In India, the wonderful system of irrigation canals in Punjab (the most extensive and remarkable in the world) and in other parts of the country, have done much to make these lands safe from famine, and have alder cultivation. 

Loss of floods and famines: Floods to were min-lily thought to be a manifestation of the Wrath of nature. But floods and famines follow the same trajectory and are closely interlinked Floods lead to an economic downslide in a huge way. The farms are often destroyed, cultivating are ruined. Small enterprises also suffer huge losses because of the damage was done by floods' Due to the erosion of soil, loss of human lives as well as that of livestock and animals the economy suffers and the human resource of the country takes time to bounce back. This leads to a scarcity in the supply of food. As a result of this, the little reserve that is available is often sold at 

a premium and due to the economic standstill many cannot afford it. Many epidemics also break out due to the toxins carried by the flood water. This further adds to the tense atmosphere.Thus, floods and famines are closely linked and have disastrous effects for the region it hits. Many times international aid is sought to help such regions. In India, farmer suicides have almost become a common feature, unfortunately, today due to the huge losses suffered at the hands of floods. The meteorological department today is using the advancement of science to ensure that an approximate estimation of such happenings can be made to prevent this. 

importance of discipline in people's life


importance of discipline in people's life
importance of discipline in people's life

Discipline is necessary for an individual to do well in life. It is the base of a person’s character. A person who is disciplined also automatically has the ability to be motivated and stay focused to achieve goals. Discipline is one of the most important principles in any field for one to succeed. 

If we are disciplined we can control our bad habits and not be tempted easily. People who are disciplined are also healthier because they adhere to their diet and exercise regimens. Discipline is awarded are all aspects of one’s life. From study habits to grooming to adhering to one’s routine. It is hence an important value that schools try to pass on to their alumni. Disciplined people adhere to their timetable. They eat, exercise, play and study according to their schedule so that their work is not pending. They find a way to balance their work and play. They are not tempted easily by vices. Discipline is a valued quality because it shows an individual’s ability to be motivated and goal-oriented. A person who is not disciplined will often not adhere to the schedule and tend to procrastinate. As a result of this, the person will ' have to complete a heap of work in relatively less time.'Such work is done in a haste and is often full of mistakes. Discipline can be inculcated by being truthful 

to oneself. It is a treasured value. It hall’s a person in everyday life and professionally, Disciplined people are always respected In all communities and circles.  No matter what would take up in life, discipline ensures we complete It and succeed. We must make it a point to enrich Our lives through this ideal. The top professionals in any field, be it movies, Sports, business Or politics succeed only because of their discipline. One’s talent is wasted if lie/she doesn’t have the discipline to make the most of it. The people who are disciplined and study on a regular basis find it easier to cope with exams and face lesser stress. Thus, the mantra to a successful and happy life is discipline and one must ensure they inculcate this important virtue.

Friday, May 4, 2018

essay on the education system in India

essay on the education system in India

essay on the education system in India
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Write an essay on the education system in India. India is the second most populations' country in the world. India is divided into many factors such as cast, culture and languages. Each state has own education board.

Importance of Education

Education is very important to build the base of an individual’s character. It teaches us life skills and helps us become thinkers. Education in India is often not given as much importance by the parents in the lower socio-economic classes. Many children start doing menial jobs at a meagre pay and don’t go to school. This is also why the literacy rate in many states in India is very low. Education needs to be stressed on. Another problem in India is that girl education is considered the second priority to boy education. This is also a gender battle that needs to be fought. 

The government of India has introduced many schemes for this. The mid-day meal is a scheme where children receive a wholesome meal around noon. Thus, as an incentive, many parents send their children to school because they will be fed. The education of the girl child till the twelfth standard is also free under State board. The government has also launched many schemes and scholarships to encourage high scorers coming from families of limited means to continue with higher education. There is also a 20% reservation in private schools for those belonging to lower economic classes. Students are also promoted to the eighth standard to lower the dropout rate. In spite of this many children still, are deprived of the opportunity to gain an education because they have to work
"It factory floors, as domestic help or do other mid jobs. liven though there are strict laws mam: child labour the practice continues.There is a need to make the rural aware of the importance of education. An educated person becomes a thinker, independent’ aware and insightful as a result of education. 

There are many government schemes. which are playing the all-important role in bringing about social awareness. 

However, one also needs to look at the quality of education in India. Under the state boards, the quality needs to be improved by introducing more infrastructure and better teaching aid. 

However, since independence, India has made tremendous progress. The situation of education in India is improving and with the help of the people and political will state education and enrollment of children and will improve in education in the coming years

Thursday, May 3, 2018

labour and dignity of work essay with outline

No work is superior or inferior in itself. Work is work. It is absolutely wrong to consider any work as high or low. The work itself is a dignity. Every work has some dignity attached to it. It is improper for anybody to think that a certain kind of work is undignified or below his status. No work is mean or low. Sweeping, cleaning, spinning, washing and even disposal of nightsoil were done by the inmates of the ashram. 

The dignity of labour means that every kind of work is dignified. It also implies that dignity can be achieved only by hard work. Great men have said that work is worship. However, we often see that some people scoff at others who engage in what is called ‘menial’ work. Just imagine how difficult and unsanitary it would be for us if the sweepers didn’t collect our garbage or if our domestic servants didn’t help us with housekeeping or if the construction workers didn’t turn up for work. ()ur labour force is the backbone of our country. It is the reason why we can slide through life comfortably. But unfortunately, they are not given the respect they deserve. They are treated with humiliation. And many jobs are given colloquial names that are derogatory. However, those who do not understand the concept of the dignity of labour are too shallow to realize the importance of these jobs in helping us lead comfortable lives and take care of our needs and sanitary facilities. 
F hose doing manual work is looked down upon. They are considered as low people80mg sort of taboo or indignity is attached to persons who do manual labour. Carpenters, mechanics, 

masons, porters, and Riksha pullers are looked down upon as inferior creatures. One of the important causes of the present problem Of large scale educated unemployment is this Spirit of aversion to manual labour. 

Those who are engaged in manual labour should not suffer from an inferiority complex. They should have a devotion to work and faith in the sacredness of the work that they do. Rich and educated people owe a great responsibility in this regard. They must give up this false notion and should inculcate in themselves the 

idea of the dignity of labour. By doing so they would be doing a great service to themselves. their society and country. We must thereby learn to respect all professions and realise that dignity comes with a job done honestly. No work can be categorized as inferior to another’s because it serves an important purpose in the complex web and should be respected for the same. Work, of any kind, is worship and we must always remember that and treat all those around us with the respect they indeed deserve.