May 23, 2015

Duties of a Student

Duties of a Student

English Essay on "Duties of a Student"

An ideal student is the apple of his teachers eye, a source of great pleasure and satisfaction to his parents and guardians and an architect of his own future. During the period of studentship, he plans and prepares himself for his career. He lays the foundation stone of his future, cultivates habits and traits to make him a good citizen and develops the qualities that may ensure a happy, prosperous and successful life.
The first and the foremost duty of an ideal student is to devote a reasonable Lime to his studies daily. Learning and acquiring knowledge is the first thing required of a student but the time allotted for this must be judicious and reasonable. If he exceeds this limit it would be harmful as he would get tired and lose concentration.

My Ideal friend

My Ideal friend

English Essay on "My Ideal friend"

A real friend is hard to find. In fact every body who shakes hands with me or courts me with a smile or an embrace is not a friend in the real sense. He may be merely an acquaintance or sonic thing more. To be a friend there must be present some essential qualities in a person. He must be selfless, sincere and loving. He must never desert his friends under odd circumstances and must be ready to help his friend through thick and thin. He must be very frank and always ready to tell his friend the defects he has.
I am very fortunate to have a real friend at the school. Lean, tall and active, he has a lovely personality and charming manners. He is of my age and the son of a petty shopkeeper. His name is iftikhar. He lives in a modest house not far away from my home.

Blessing of Modern Science

Blessing of modern Science

English Essay on "Blessing of modern Science"

We are indebted to science for the facilities its has placed at our hands our daily life has become comfortable and easy due to scientific inventions which have saved labour, time and dependence on others.
Science has provided us with extra limbs in the shape of automobiles, aero planes, lifts and elevators that we, daily, use. It has provided us with extra incredible eyes in the form of telescopes and microscopes to enable s to see the wonders of creation to which we are blind with our naked eyes. It has provided us with extra brains in the form of calculators, and computers to calculate, to memorize and to solve problems. These devices we use daily. It has provided us with extra ears in the shape of phones to hear distant calls. From the time we awake in the morning to the time we go to bed we use scientific inventions. Electricity has been tamed to do u service. We use electric shavers, electric heaters. electric ovens, electric hearth, refrigerators, radios, televisions and thousands of electric devices placed by science at our disposal.

Physical Education

Physical Education

English Essay on "Physical Education"

Education aims at bringing about an all-round development of an individual which in the psychological terms is called personality. To develop the personality of a child and shape it, his emotional, social and physical sides should not be overlooked but should also be developed along with his Intellectual and mental capacities.
Physical educator aims at not only developing the physical side of an individual but also his emotional, social and menial sides. It develops the function of various organs, strengthens them and improves their capabilities. It develops those parts of the brain which control coordination of various limbs, muscles and nerves. This process is something very complicated amid without physical exercises development of coordination cannot be attained.
Physical education has its corrective values also and alias at removing the functional defects of various organs muscles and nerves. it makes organs, that have lost function, work again. It also aims at preventing diseases, showing down the process of aging aid keeping a man lit when he is old.

Urdu as Medium of Instruction

Urdu as Medium of Instruction

English Essay on "Urdu as Medium of Instruction Should English be continued as Medium of Instruction"

It was Lord Macauley who first thought of introducing English as medium of instruction to make Indians culturally slaves also. After the creation of Pakistan authorities continued to keep English the official slate language of Pakistan and it is hoped that up to the doomsday it will remain the official state language of Pakistan.
Since the creation of Pakistan the general public has been insisting on making Urdu as official state language of Pakistan and the medium of instruct ion at all educational levels but the move has been hindered by some top influential officers, some eminent influential persons and the self conceited owners of English medium schools which have grown as mushroom in Pakistan. They insist on continuing English as state language and medium of instruction, firstly because English has assumed international medium of communication, secondly because all standard books on scientific, technical and other subjects are available in English for us to consult, thirdly because to keep us aware of the scientific and technical developments taking place rapidly English is necessary: fourthly because research facilities at home are lacking and one interested in research or doctorate is bound to go abroad preferably to Britain or America where one can do nothing without English.

A Rainy Day in Karachi

A Rainy Day in Karachi

English Essay on "A Rainy Day in Karachi"

After various heat waves which make Karachi hell to live in, and compel the residents to crave for showers, the rains come as a great relief, a great boon and a great blessing. The burning roofs and walls become cool. It becomes pleasant all around and a wave of glee runs from one end of Karachi to the other.
As it begins raining young girls conic out in open on their rooftops and young boys and children in streets, lanes and roads to drench in the rain. They rejoice, laugh and enjoy the downpour. The remain bathing for hours in the rain gossiping, giggling and amusing themselves.
Small children enjoy the rain the most. They come out shouting, laughing giggling, chasing each other and doing all sorts of mischievous. They dance, jump, frisk and try to push each other down. Elderly people sit and look at the rain and the amusing children.

A Rainy Day

A Rainy Day

English Essay on "A Rainy Day"

After the scorching heat of summer, which makes grass, herbs and small plants wither, how gracious it is to have rains. The showers come as boon to men, animals and plants yearning for it.
As the raindrops leap on the thirsty ground, things change suddenly. The weather becomes pleasant. Cool gushes of wind feel most welcomed. The heat, that has become unbearable, abates. Men, animals and plants become fresh, wetting themselves and enjoying the rain.
A rainy day proves a source of joy to the students. They come to school totally drenched. They don’t appear to be in a mood to attend to their classes. They stand in verandah, talking, laughing and enjoying the day. The teachers are also not in a mood to teach. The headmaster declares, the rainy day as holiday and students go back to their homes again drenching and bathing in the rain. Light hearted and full of glee as they are then, they enjoy the downpour making noises, laughter’s and having to push each other down.

Why Do We Need To Learn English

Why Do We Need To Learn English

English Essay on "Why Do We Need To Learn English"

The importance of English cannot be ignored. It has become the international medium of communication because before World War II, the English People dominated the world and after World War II the Americans, who also speak English, dominate the world. But the importance of English in Pakistan is far greater than in other countries. To speak English is considered by people as something very superior and those who speak English consider themselves to be more cultured. Using English wards in daily Urdu, Punjabi, Sindhi and Pakhtoon conversations has become the fashion and all persons using these words foci proud of this. Under these circumstances, when the entire nation has become mental slave of her former masters, the importance of English cannot be ignored.
Another important reason for adopting English as medium of instruction is that we do not have books on scientific and technical subjects in Urdu or provincial dialects and those available arc substandard as far matter is concerned. Under these circumstances we have no option but to learn English and continue to keep English as medium of instruction in our country, those who are learned and considered authorities on their subjects do not bother to write books in Urdu. They feel that they can better express their thoughts in English.