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School Projects - A Show or Real Learning Essay

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School projects are an important part of the curriculum in every school. Students of every class get assigned at least one school project (if not more) in an academic year. These projects can be anything ranging from a science model to an Egyptian mummy. No class is spared from these projects. These days the students from grade 1 or 2 are also asked to show their creativity in school projects. But are these school projects really useful? Do they exemplify any kinds of learning or are they just a waste of time for the students? The answer could be a yes or a no! It can be a yes from the perspective of the schools because they assign these projects to children with a view that they would get some practical knowledge. They also hope that the students will be able to implement the theories they have learned in classes into practice. Therefore, these projects are considered very valuable from the perspective of the schools. But is it true? Do students get practical experience from the…

Composition on Computers made life easy or Complex and Stressful

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Title detail:It is said that computers have made life easier and more convenient. However some people say that computers have made life more complex and stressful. Express your opinion giving specific reasons. If we’d think about computers in the past, technological boom gave hope to people; it made people believe that progress in technology meant a happier and simpler life. A new computer and the ability to send E-mail in minutes was the shiny new toy which everyone craved for. It gave people hope because it meant new jobs and a fresh venture into something which was only a dream for people. Sending letters was no longer considered because E-mail was the fastest means of communication. Computers did not only change the way we communicated to one another, it also changed the way we shopped and how we perceived the business. It also gave us a major leap into science and outer space. Fast forward into the present times, computer or PC is almost into every household and with Wi-Fi…

Biography of Raja RamMohan Roy or Essay for Class 8

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Raja RamMohan Roy born in 1772, was one of the greatest social reformers from Bengal, when India was primarily in its Renaissance period. Born in a wealthy and orthodox Hindu family , he was a versatile talented man. He was born in the Radhanagar village of Bengal but from the very early age, he learnt and became well-versed in languages like Sanskrit, Persia and Arabic. He also gathered religious knowledge of all the religion. Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, Jainism, Judaism and Christianity. Later on he also deeply learnt the European books of authors like Locke, Voltaire, Newton Hume etc. Being a highly educated person, Raja RamMohan Roy was tremendously troubled by superstitious beliefs of Indian society rituals priest craft and other activities. He believed greatly in Vedas and Upnishads, Being a Vedanta he preached monotheism. He opposed idol worship and image worship because monotheism was the common principle Of all religions. In 1815 Roy set up the Atmiya Sabha to discuss to …

Biography of M. Visvesvaraya and Essay for class 7

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M. Visvesvaraya or Sir MV as he was popularly called was born in the Kingdom of Mysore, British India, which is now known as Karnataka. He was born on 15th September 1861 and died on 12th April 1962 at the age of 100 years old. He lived a very fulfilling life. He was an Indian scholar, engineer, statesman and also the 19th Diwan of the Mysore Kingdom. He served in office from 1912 to 1918. In 1955, he also received the highest honor in India, the Bharat Ratna. King George V also knighted him as one of the Knight Commanders of the British Indian Empire or KCIE for all his exceptional contributions to the public. India celebrates Engineer’s Day on 15th September every year in his memory. He is held at a very high pedestal and is given high regard, thanks to his contributions in the British India era and is also known as a pre-eminent Indian Engineer. He is also very popular for being the chief engineer who was single-handedly responsible for constructing the Krishna Raja Sagara dam t…

Biography of Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Essay for Class 6

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Muhammad Jinnah or Muhammad Ali Jinnah was born as Mohammedali Jinnahbhai in Karachi, Bombay Presidency of the British India which is now Sindh, Pakistan after the partition of the two countries. He was born on 25th December 1876 and died at the age of 71 on 11th September 1948. He lived a very fruitful life in addition to serving as the leader of the All-India Muslim League until the independence of Pakistan on August 14th, 1947. He was a politician, lawyer and most of all came to be known as the founder of Pakistan. Jinnah’s family had a background of Gujarati Ismaili. However, Jinnah later found his true calling and converted to the Sunni Sect. Surprisingly, Jinnah was not fluent in his mother tongue, Gujarati or even Urdu but could speak English fluently. Jinnah’s educational triumph consisted of his training as a barrister in London at Lincoln’s Inn. He also enrolled in the Bombay High Court upon his arrival to British India and started taking a keen interest in nati…

A Stormy Night with a Ghost Experience Essay

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A ghastly experience is a memory which stays in your life forever. It’s a story worth telling and can also be the reason which changed your life and perspective forever. Over centuries, there have been many cults and groups who believe in ghosts and some have also experienced the unfortunate event with their own eyes. Some experiences were terrifying while others were fatal. My experience, on the other hand, was not only terrifying but also unique. It was a usual cold night of autumn when I decided to take a stroll in the dark alley and all that could keep me warm was the puff of smoke from cigars which was inhaled by the smokers in desperation and anxiety. There was something ominous about that night which made my toes tingle. As I walked by, I couldn’t help but contemplate about the legends which were sung in my town, which spoke about the ghost who had a tragic end because he was rumoured to be engaged in witchcraft. It was believed that the ghost would ride on his broomstick…

Biography of Swami Vivekananda and Essay

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Born on 12 January 1863 in Kolkata, Swami Vivekananda was a brilliant social reformer and a really motivating personality of India. He was the brother of seven siblings of his parents Bhuvaneshwari Devi and Vishwanath Datta. He went to meet Sri Ramakrishna who was residing at the Kali Temple in Dakshineshwar in November 1881. He made quick walks on the spiritual path. Swami Vivekananda left Baranagar Math and initiated a long journey to discover India in the middle of 1890. He went on a journey throughout the nation, studying the conditions of the people. In 1983, he determined to address the World Parliament of Religions so as to disperse his message in the West. His lectures at the World Parliament of Religions made him renowned as a “Messenger of Indian wisdom to the Western world” and as an “orator by divine right”. He circulated religion in England and America for 3 years and then returned to India. On 1st May 1897, he found Ramakrishna Math and Mission. He also established B…