CONSUMER RIGHTS AND THEIR PROTECTION: Essay Topics

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CONSUMER RIGHTS AND THEIR PROTECTION Consumer means any person who (1) Buys any goods for consideration which has been paid or promised or partly paid etc. (2) hires any services for a consideration which has been paid or promised or partly paid etc. “Every person is a-consumer at any moment in some way or other”, i.e. every person is a consumer since birth and by birth. Molony committee on Consumer’s Protection defined ‘Consumer-any person who buys any goods for personal use or takes on hire’. Later on this definition was modified which included telephone consumer, electronic consumer, tenant, patents, and insurance policy holders in the list of consumer in the consumer protection Act 1986. Consumer protection Act protect consumers rights as follows The right to be protected against the marketing of goods which are hazardous to life and property. The right to be informed about quality, quantity, potency, purity, standard and price of goods so as to protect the consumer against unfair trade practices. The right to be assured wherever possible, access to a variety at competitive prices. The right to be heard and to be assured that consumers interest will receive due consideration at appropriate forum. The right to seek redressal against unfair trade practices or unscrupulous exploitation...
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Essay about COMPUTER WORLD

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COMPUTER WORLD It is an age of computer. In every field the computer gains its position. In this modem world, the man cannot live without computer. Computers are improved models of calculating machines. The functions of computer now range from solving complex mathematical problems to space rocket technology and star-war projects to personal problems of day to day life. Nowadays computers invaded every walk of human life like trade, commerce, industry, education and entertainment etc. Computers are first demanding in India. By the end of the century computers dominate our lives more than any machine invented by man up till now. Most of us think that computer is a device that can do arithmetic very fast. But it is much more than that. It is a machine that can choose copy, compare and perform many other operations that are done by man. A computer is a fast and accurate electronic symbol, “data’ manipulating machine. It is made to automatically accept, store and process the ‘data’ given to it, inorder to give the results. A computer accepts the data written in its own language either in numeric or non numeric symbols in a set method called ‘programme’. This programme simply instructions to the computer written in a systematic method for telling...
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COMPREHENSIVE TEST BAN TREATY: Essay Writing

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COMPREHENSIVE TEST BAN TREATY History The Conference on Disarmament (CD) began its substantive negotiations on a comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty in January 1994 within the framework of an Ad Hoc Committee established for that purpose. Although the CD had long been involved with the issue of a test ban, only in 1982 did it establish a subsidiary body on the item. Disagreement over a mandate for that body blocked tangible progress for years. After more than two years of intensive negotiations, the Chairman of the Ad Hoc Committee, Ambassador Jaap Ramaker of the Netherlands, presented a final draft treaty to the CD in June 1996. An overwhelming majority of member states of the CD expressed their readiness to support the draft treaty. India, for its part, stated that it could not go along with a consensus on the draft text and its transmittal to the United Nations General Assembly. The main reasons for such a decision, as India pointed out, were related to its strong misgivings about the provision for the entry-into-force of the treaty, which it considered unprecedented in multilateral practice and running contrary to customary international law, and the failure of the treaty to include a commitment by the nuclear-weapon states to eliminate nuclear weapons within...
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Essay about CO-EDUCATION

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CO-EDUCATION Co-education is the word denotes, means education of boys and girls together in schools and colleges. When both the sexes receive education jointly, there is no need for separate institutions. This is obviously an advantage from the Economic point of view since separate institutions and separate staff for those institutions will entail greater expenditure. Co-education has many more important advantages. lt enables the girls and boys come in to contact with learn to understand one another. They receive their lessons geometry, they play on the fields together, they participate in the extracurricular activities together, they got educational tours together, in short, they get real opportunities to know one another when free contact between the sexes is allowed and encouraged, and there can be no sex-suppression on either side. It is a psychological fact that the separation of the sexes leads to many complexes. The age of puberty is left to themselves will show a tendency to indulge in vulgar talks and indecent jokes. Vulgarity indeed thrives among boys. If however a group of students standing and chatting together including a few girls, the boys will take care not to use any vulgar expressions. Boys will thus standing develop a habit of talking decently and behaving in a gentle...
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Essay Topics about CLONING

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CLONING There are number of fruits and vegetables in whose large scale production the male factor has been avoided. Banana in India is one of them. It was possible with gene therapy. The last decade of the millennium has been a remarkable period. In 1997 Dolly the cloned sheep created by Roslyn Institute in Edinburg hit the headlines in newspapers throughout the world. More recently, the piglets Milk Christa, Alexis, Carrel and Doctcom has been added to the new world created not by God but by man. Chinese Scientists, in 1998 claimed to have made a breakthrough in breeding the first transgenic goat with the help of a human gene. The goat produced rich protein milk. The experiment was made in the shanghai Research Institute of Genetics. It has been reported that four goats bred by institute would soon be able to produce milk containing the factor. In a few years the Institute may arrange birth of more such goats. Cloning is done in two ways. In the case of Dolly a tissue was taken from an adult sheep. It was fertilized in laboratory. After the cloning of Sheep, monkey and pigs scientists have taken a fancy of clone human beings. It is especially helpful to the couples who...
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GLOBAL WARMING: Essay Writing

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GLOBAL WARMING What is Global Warming? Global warming is when the earth heats up (the temperature rises). It happens when greenhouse gases (carbon dioxide, water vapour, nitrous oxide and methane) trap heat and light from the sun in the earth’s atmosphere, which increases the temperature. This hurts many people, animals and plants. Many cannot take the change, so they die. Many things cause global warming. One thing that causes global warming is electrical pollution. Electricity causes pollution in many ways, some worse than others. In most cases, fossil fuels are burned to create electricity. Fossil fuels are made of dead plants and animals. Some examples of fossil fuels are oil and petroleum. Many pollutants (chemicals that pollute the air, water and land) are sent into the air when fossil fuels are burned. Some of these chemicals are called greenhouse gasses. Cars, buses and trucks are also responsible for over 50 per cent of dangerous chemicals let into the air. Some of these chemicals can cause cancer, birth defects, troubled breathing, brain and nerve damage, lung injuries and burning eyes. Some of the pollutants are so harmful that they can even cause death. Global warming is the greatest challenge facing our planet. It is, in fact, the increase in the...
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Short Essay about GANDHI JAYANTI

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GANDHI JAYANTHI The freedom we enjoy is the result of the heroic fights and sacrifices of thousands of people. Mohandas Karam Chand Gandhi was one of these leaders. He was born on October 2, 1869 at Porbandar in Gujarat. We celebrate Gandhi Jayanthi as his birthday. Mahatma Gandhi is the father of our nation. It was Gandhi who led our country to freedom movement a mass movement. His great achievement was that he could led the nation to freedom without much bloodshed and violence. Satyagraha is the powerful weapon that he devised to fight against the mighty British. The world had never seen such a method of fighting before. Gandhiji had a strong belief in non violence. Gandhiji was a great supporter of social equality. He opposed the social evil of untouchability. He had great love for the depressed classes and worked for their welfare. He called them Harijans. Gandhiji was a firm believer in Hindu-Muslim unity. There were some people who were against his principles. One of them killed hijn on 30th January 1948. Gandhiji was the most famous and respected Indian leader known to the world. Gandhiji imbibed spiritual qualities. Gandhi was a practical person; he practiced what he preached. He made his own clothes. He led a...
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Essay Writing about FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY IN INDIA

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FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY IN INDIA The question regarding the future of democracy in India is not a matter of forecast but rather a real concern. It does not make sense to ask if the future of democracy is bright or bleak. The future of democracy will be what we make of it. The chief merit of democracy is that it is based on the principles of consent and dialogue. It upholds the principle of liberty. The slogan of democracy is “liberty, equality and fraternity”. Freedom of thought and expression is the backbone of democracy. The delays of law and economic disparities and injustice are undemocratic. Unfortunately, there is clear evidence of this in this country. India today presents a picture of only the form of democracy, the outer frame work without the real content. Because of the growing selfishness, corruption, lack of equality tolerance and love, the undemocratic trends have intensified. The casteism, religious, fenaticisra have countered all efforts for social, political and economic equality. The weak and helpless masses exploited by the politicians. The independence of India is 58 years old now about 65% of the people as illiterate, so they are not able to enjoy the fruits of democracy. So people no longer believe in the politician’s...
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Essay about FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT

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FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT Definition Foreign direct investment (FDI) is direct investment into production in a country by a company located in another country, either by buying a company in the target country or by expanding operations of an existing business in that country. The foreign direct investment generally encompasses the transfer of technology and expertise, and participation in the joint venture and management. Foreign direct investment is done for many reasons including to take advantage of cheaper wages in the country, special investment privileges such as tax exemptions offered by the country as an incentive to gain tariff-free access to the markets of the country or the region. Entities making direct investments typically have a significant degree of influence and control over the company into which the investment is made. Open economies with skilled work forces and good growth prospects tend to attract larger amounts of foreign direct investment than closed, highly regulated economies. The foreign direct investment is profitable both to the country receiving investment (foreign capital and funds) and the investor. For the investor company, FDI offers an exclusive opportunity to enter into the international or global business, new markets and marketing channels, elusive access to new technology and expertise, expansion of company with new or more...
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HEALTH IS WEALTH: Short Essay

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HEALTH IS WEALTH Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely absence of disease or infirmity. Health has become the life blood of the economy of a country. So some authors say that if health is lost, everything is lost. Health is the best asset of man. Health which is a blessing is the richest heritage and priceless gift of mankind. In every field of life the great men of the world possessed sound physical and mental disposition or health. Health constitutes real happiness in life. An ailing man is never happy. He is always miserable. It is the key to happiness in life. Life is burden to an unhealthy man. Ill health is a great curse. Health leads to success in life. Health, fame, wealth and power are the blessings in life. Health is the greatest of them all. Health is wealth not only to the person but also to the nation. Healthy and able bodied men are the valuable possession of a nation who brings athletic fame to the nation at an international level. National wealth lacking healthy hands gets dry as if a river cut off from its source. India lives in the villages and the strength of our...
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HOW TO CULTIVATE PRESENCE OF MIND: Essay

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HOW TO CULTIVATE PRESENCE OF MIND Negation of absent mindedness is presence of mind. In order to avoid accidents, it is necessary to cultivate presence of mind. Accidents cannot be escaped easily. So, while driving a vehicle, presence of mind is needed. It means that a person should have a cool mind even in emergency. He should not lose his balance of mind. It is just equal to not losing one’s head. In order to have presence of mind, reasoning should be imbibed. This quality can be had only if one has a strong control over one’s nerves. The mind under these circumstances will direct his actions and he will shun doing anything wrong. It is the lack of presence of mind that a person is unable to overcome fear, anxiety or excitement. As a result of absent mindedness, persons do and say silly things in their fright and haste. In answer to the question “What is better than presence of mind in an accident?” a wag said, Absence of body.” This is certainly true; but as we cannot always escape accidents so easily, it is well to have, or to cultivate, what is called presence of mind. “Presence of mind” means keeping cool and collected in an emergency...
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HUMAN RIGHTS: Essay Writing Topics

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HUMAN RIGHTS  What are Human Rights? Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever our nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, language, or any other status. We are all equally entitled to our human rights without discrimination. These rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible. Universal human rights are often expressed and guaranteed by law, in the forms of treaties, customary international law, general principles and other sources of international law. International human rights law lays down obligations of governments to act in certain ways or to refrain from certain acts, in order to promote and protect human rights and fundamental freedoms of individuals or groups. Human rights are commonly understood as “inalienable fundamental rights to which a person is inherently entitled simply because she or he is a human being.” Human rights are thus conceived as universal (applicable everywhere) and egalitarian (the same for everyone). These rights may exist as natural rights or as legal rights in both national and international levels. The doctrine of human rights in international practice, within international law, global and regional institutions, in the policies of states and in the activities of non-governmental organizations, has been a cornerstone of policy around the world. Philosophy The philosophy...
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IMPORTANCE OF FORESTS: Short Essay

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IMPORTANCE OF FORESTS Forests are of great importance to any country and mankind as a whole. They contribute significantly to the environment, economic and social well being of the country. The role of more pronounced in a developing country like India, Forests are very important in the viewpoint of ecological balance, agriculture, environment habitat for large number of plant and animal species and as natural prevention of soil erosion. Forest provides large number of forest goods like timber, firewood, fruits etc. the list is endless. Forests are home to a large number of tribes. Forests attract tourists. In addition, they play an important role in the carbon cycle and add to the aesthetic beauty of the region. Forests are vital to the maintenance of a stable environment that is conducive to sustained agricultural production. The forests protect and enrich the soil mantle by checking soil erosion. Nutrient losses the forest brings the mineral nutrients from deep to the top soil. The forests are very important for the sustenance of wild life and they play an important role in food chain. It plays an important role in the water cycle also. They check the flow of running water and cause to percolate through the soil and increasing underground water level....
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IMPORTANCE OF ENVIRONMENT AND ITS CONSERVATION: Essay

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IMPORTANCE OF ENVIRONMENT AND ITS CONSERVATION People who believe exponential growth can go on forever in a finite world are either a madman or an economist.                                                                                                                                                                      —Kenneth Boulding What is Environment? Environment means surroundings mainly a term used for conditions in which organism live and thus consists of air, water, food and sunlight which are based on the needs of all living beings and plants to carry out their life functions. The environment also includes other living organisms, temperature, wind, rainfall, etc. Man has always inhabited two worlds. One is natural world of plants, animals, air, water and soil of which man himself is a part; and other is the man-made world of social institutions and artifacts which he has created for himself by using science and...
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IMPORTANCE OF DISCIPLINE IN LIFE: Essay Topics

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IMPORTANCE OF DISCIPLINE IN LIFE What is Discipline? Everyone talks of discipline but few know what it means. It means we have to obey the laws of the society we live in. Self-discipline is needed for progress, prosperity and peace. Nature is a strict disciplinarian. The sun, the moon and the earth follow certain set laws. The seasons follow one another punctually. Disturbance in nature balance results in catastrophes. Lack of discipline will lead to chaos. It is the keynote of all progress and prosperity in life. Discipline is indispensable at home. We get our first lesson at home by obeying our parents and elders. Discipline is needed in educational institutions too. If students do not follow a certain code of conduct, the institution will lose its image. Students must respect their teachers to maintain peace. Teachers have to be disciplined in their lives for they are responsible for molding their students’ lives. Discipline is vital to a successful life. Without discipline army is reduced to a disordered mob, democracy degenerates into monocracy and social life becomes chaotic and anarchical. Importance of Discipline The foundation for all discipline is nature. Facing the effects of gravity, hunger, temperature danger, curiosity and even aggression teaches discipline. It has been said, “Nature...
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