essay on role of student in development of india

ROLE OF THE STUDENTS IN DEMOCRACY ESSAY WRITING

English_Master December 27, 2014 No Comments
ROLE OF THE STUDENTS IN DEMOCRACY Demos is a Greek word for the people. Thus democracy is a government of the people. Students form a considerable part of the population of a country. Students symbolizes the youth of the nation. There has been a trend among the teachers and parents to advise students to remain away from politics. It is a partial view. If the young students do not share their responsibility it will fall on the decaying shoulders of the older generation. The older generation has its limitations. It succumbs to pressures and stands for status quo. Both of these go against the interests of the nation. It may remain under the sway of undesirable elements within the nation or surrender before the wishes of the progressive nations. Democracy is not a stale affair like monarchy, nor is it a reign of terror like a dictatorship. It is poles apart from extreme socialism that reduces man to nothing before the authority of the state. Democracy stands for permanent everlasting ripples in the body politic of the nation. It requires active watchfulness. A little of slumber may reduce it to a play thing of a dictator. Selfish over enthusiasm may give birth to indiscipline reducing democracy to anarchy. It...
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Religious tolerance Essay topics

Essay Writing on RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE

English_Master December 27, 2014 No Comments
RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE Religious toleration is when people allow other people to think about god(s) in ways that they do not think are true. They tolerate religious beliefs and practices which are different from their own beliefs or lack of beliefs. Religious tolerance is the backbone of a cultural and civilized society or nation. It is ingrained in the Indian psyche. A number of invaders came to India specially the Shaks and Huns. They were so perfectly assimilated in the Indian society that today no one knows if he is not a decedent of one of these. Whatever their religion was it also got dissolved in the waste humanity of India. After the uprising of Islam in the Middle East people belonging to the Zoroastrian religion and nation and those belonging to the Syrian church came to India to save themselves from those who believed in Islam. Similarly “we have “, according to Swami Vivekananda “gathered in our bosom the purest remnant of the Israelites who came to Southern India and took refuge with us in the very year in which their holy temple was shattered to pieces by Roman tyranny.”On 11 of September 1893 Swami Vivekananda declared in the Parliament of Religions held in Chicago he said, “I am...
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Importance of Religion In India

Importance Of Religion : Essay Writing Topics

English_Master December 27, 2014 No Comments
RELIGION IS NECESSARY Karl Marx called religion as the opium of the people. He thought that religion numbs the sensitivity of the people. The people, then, become a tool in the hands of the clerics. Ultimately they become a tool in the hands of the rulers- the Kings. The religious preachers and the Kings support each other and treat the common man as sheep and goats. It is a very vicious view. Because of this view of Marx all the communist countries of Eastern Europe and many others became anti-religious after the Russian Revolution against the Czar. How natural is religion to man was proved immediately after the fall of communism in Russia and the East European countries. The forefathers of most of the people were Christians. The forefathers of the five central republics were Muslims. All these people immediately started going to Churches. And Mosques. Even after the strict control of Stalin and Brezhnev their faith in religion remained in fact in a dormant state. Like the hibernation of the Siberian bear it came to life again and flourished. In India religious teachings started from home in the past. The students would collect for prayer before the teaching started. Moral teachings were imparted to the boys and girls...
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Essay on The Ozone Layer Depletion and Its Effects

Essay on The Ozone Layer Depletion and Its Effects

English_Master October 9, 2014 No Comments
ESSAY ON POLLUTION AND OZONE LAYER Ozone is a condensed form of Oxygen. It has three atoms of Oxygen instead of two and has a faint blue color with pungent odor.In industries it is used in deodorization, oxidation and bleaching and it is generated by a silent electric discharge in ordinary Oxygen. Thus it is useful in this way. It is very useful in saving life from sun radiation. It actually forms an umbrella over the earth. It is concentrated generally 30 km above the surface of earth. It is generated there by the interaction of high radiation of the sun on the oxygen in the atmosphere. Its concentration is only 10 ppm parts of air. Still it stops sun radiation to penetrate the earth. If there is a pollution of ozone i.e. if the ozone layer is disturbed the sun radiation would attack human life, animal and plant life. The ultra violet rays would eat all life on earth. A one percent reduction of ozone layer would mean 4 to 8 per cent increase of skin cancer among people having light colored skin. With an increase of 22 per cent cancer among men and 17 per cent women in Australia the Northern America was rather awake. Research in...
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NON CONVENTIONAL SOURCES OF ENERGY:ESSAY TOPICS

English_Master October 9, 2014 No Comments
NON CONVENTIONAL SOURCES OF ENERGY Wood has been the most common source of energy since the advent of human beings on the earth. Population being thin everywhere it seemed on everlasting source. Increase in population meant occupation of land for residential houses. That is how forests started depleting and disappearing too. Ti was not simply a loss in the potential source of energy but created environmental problem too. Since 18th century coal started replacing wood and was known as black gold. But the scientists knew that as the industries grew and the population increased coal reserves may last only for a hundred or two hundred years. The discovery of petrol of course proved a boon. But as the late Shah of Iran put it the stocks may last only by the first quarter of the 21st century. Nuclear or atomic energy started replacing these conventional sources of energy after the Second World War. Number of plants increased in the developed countries to an extend that by the eighties of the 20th century this too was considered as conventional source of energy. It is based on the principle of fission of a heavy atom of uranium or allied metals like plutonium that releases unlimited energy. It has two limitations. The...
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Essay On Newspapers And Its Uses

English_Master October 8, 2014 No Comments
NEWSPAPERS Essay On Newspapers And Its Uses Newspapers are the life line of the society. They bring the whole world to the reach of common man every morning. They also tell him about the universal happenings the worlds his world. They tell him about comet shoemaker Levy lashing against planet Jupiter. They tell him about the black-hole that can devour a number of galaxies. They tell him about a number of new found stars and their satellites. They tell him something that is new to him. The common man is more interested in his own world, in his own continent, country, city or village. Newspapers bring man out of his narrowwell of the village and take him to the expanding cities, groups of countries like SAARC, G7, European Community, the designs of USA after the fall of USSR. They throw light on the butchering of a large number of people by fundamentalists in a number of countries specially in the Islamic world. Besides this world of newspapers serve the purpose of awakening the conscience of man. These are cases of torturing innocent men and women in police custody, by mafias and sometimes even by political leaders. Newspapers raise their voice against these anti-human activities. Indirectly they call upon the...
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Essay writing topics on an ideal teacher best speech topics for high school students

ESSAY TOPICS : MY IDEAL TEACHER

English_Master October 7, 2014 No Comments
MY IDEAL TEACHER I live in a world if starvation. I have friends all around me-all beggars. They are starving in a world that is full of knowledge. But the toast of knowledge is not passed on to the hungry student. An ideal teacher would make the toast wholesome with latest innovations and place it on the plate of inquisitiveness of the students. The teacher of my fancy would not pass on morsels of stale knowledge to the students. He would rather offer something new-something fresh- something full of fragrance. Notes of different categories are now available in the market- the market of cheap second hand knowledge. If one chooses to have this stuff one can have it from the education hawker at the street corner. An ideal teacher won’t recommend this cheap stuff. He will also not dictate such cheap notes to the young students to cram and go through the examination. An ideal teacher has full faith in the intelligence of the young girls and boys. He would arouse their passion for knowledge and would satisfy it by explaining things. He would substantiate everything with a number of examples. He would let knowledge flow like a transparent stream. One has just to have a dip to be...
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my ambition in my life essay topics

Essay Topics on MY AMBITION IN LIFE

English_Master October 7, 2014 No Comments
MY AMBITION IN LIFE ‘Man is a born sinner’ said the prophet. No wonder sins have dominated the world scene through ages. The concept of sin has changed from time to time and fro region to region. Jehads have been guided by religious fervor. Forcible conversations have been considered God’s work. Nations have been devastated in the name of the Almighty. Wars have been fought against the so called non believers killing millions of people who did not submit to and surrender before the will of the aggressor. Chili powder was spread on the wounds, and young boys found living graves in the masonry of building for not accepting the religion of the invader. What then sin is? It has been relegated to the realms of petty thefts, telling lies, having street bouts under intoxication and the like. It is in the nature of the rich and the strong to harass and exploit the poor and the weak. A rich USA would harass the poor nations; a strong Iraq would try to force a weak Kuwait to surrender her sovereignty. But these are big things. A humble and ordinary man like me can’t shape the destiny of nations. I may wish the defeat of the tyrant but can’t force...
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Essay on Mothers Day for school students

ESSAY WRITING : MOTHER IS THE BEST TEACHER

English_Master September 12, 2014 No Comments
MOTHER IS THE BEST TEACHER Child is just a monkey aping the ones close to it. It is through this imitation that the baby starts learning. The nearest to the babe is the mother. The child unconsciously copies all the good or bad triats of the mother. If the mother scolds others the child is apt to do the same. If the mother is kind and affectionate the child too acquires these qualities. A child totally depends upon the mother. She is its first teacher. The father and the school teacher are the latter entries. No mother would like her son or daughter turn rust or evil. She pays attention to its child to make it an ideal son or daughter according to her ability and capability. It has been seen that the son of an uncultured, illiterate mother remains uncultured, rough and careless throughout his life. There is a story that a dacoit was to be hanged for the murders he had committed. As his last wish he wanted to see his mother. The wish was fulfilled. When his mother embraced him he cut her nose. The jailor was astonished. But the dacoit said,” Sir this is the woman who instigated me to commit crimes by keeping all...
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essay on my favourite game

Short Essay on My Favourite Games

English_Master August 6, 2014 No Comments
MY FAVOURITE GAMES (or) GAMES I LIKE THE MOST I had a fancy for some of the games played in developed countries and dreams of creating records in the international jamborees of Asian, Commonwealth and Olympic games. But the dream was smashed to pieces after the Sydney Olympics of 2000- the first in the new millennium. The fancy for cricket was already over by the match fixing scam. It is all the result of copying the West in all spheres. So that my imaginative faculty does not get blurred my mind came back to my homeland where the sum of civilization rose seven thousand years back. So far as our games are concerned we have an egalitarian approach. Our games, in the past, were played by the rich and the poor alike. The most common game played in all the states of our country is kabaddi or TuTu. It has different names in different areas. But I have seen it being played everywhere. I like it the most as it is based in the spirit of cooperation of the whole team. If the opponent comes to say kabaddi all the six members of the team catch hold of one another’s hand making a chain so that once caught th