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Pollution Essay

Friday, 19 September 2014

Pollution is introducing contaminants in the natural environment that affect it adversely.  It is the major issue of the present century as it is leading the world towards the situation that is influencing every single living being on Earth. Pollution can be in the form of energy and chemical substances. Air pollution, water pollution, light pollution, radioactive contamination, thermal pollution and soil contamination are the major forms of pollution. 

Increasing pollution, day by day, is leading humans and their surroundings structures towards destruction. It is causing unfavorable and permanent damage to many places that has destroyed the natural habitat of many species. Some species have been extinct and some are about to extinct because of pollution. 

Major contributors of pollution are emission of toxic gases from factories and vehicles, toxic and unprocessed toxic water waste from manufacturing companies, untreated discharge of wastes of factories and households in lakes and rivers, oil spilling from ships, burning of household garbage and many more. Not only big companies but every individual is contributing in increasing pollution.

Every single person can work for lowering the pollution. As an individual, we must avoid using car when travelling alone; using public transport can reduce air pollution. By dumping waste in the government provided areas for waste disposal can lower air pollution. Using paper bags over plastic bags, recycling the household materials, planting trees are some of the other practices that we must follow.

There are many things that we can still do to make our environment healthy again. We all must stand together to stop the pollution before the damage become permanent. 

Responsibilities of a Good Citizen Essay

Thursday, 18 September 2014

We all live in one country or other and our birth makes us the citizen of that country. Our country gives us identity and in turn, it is our responsibility to be a good citizen. There are some responsibilities of the good citizen that every person must follow. These responsibilities don’t only improve our surroundings but also give inner peace. 

A good citizen is the one who is helpful and broad minded. He stays calm and doesn't make life of others harder. It is the responsibility of every person to keep its area clean, so a good citizen never throws trash on the streets. He helps others in every way possible. He remains nice and fair to his neighbors. A good citizen is not a mischief maker. 

The thing that makes any person a good citizen is its sense of ownership for the country. He doesn't waste electricity and water; he only uses the amount necessary for him and leaves the rest to use by others. He never damages any public property and also stops other to harm any of the national structure. Good citizen is the one who abides by all the rules and laws of the country. He pays tax and also uses his right when it’s time to vote. 

If explained simply, a good citizen is the one who is a true gentleman and he doesn't follow good practices alone but also teaches others to do the same.

"Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have."Winston Churchill

Duties of a Monitor in a School Essay/ Roles of Class Monitor Free Essay

To maintain discipline and good order in the classroom, teachers select an individual from the students to carry out some special duties. All class monitors are assigned to assist every teacher in maintaining good order in the class. 

Teachers select one student, or sometimes two students, as the class monitor and assign various duties. The top-most duty of any class monitor is to maintain discipline in the class when teacher is away. When teacher is late or absent, it is the responsibility of the class monitor to report to general office that no teacher has turned up. Usually, class monitor collects homework and also clear board when teacher leaves.

Other than the general class duties, there are also some moral duties that every class monitor must follow. It is the necessity that class monitors should be well disciplined, responsible and understanding; they must be the role model for the class. They must set the behavioral example for all. They should listen to every problem of the students and should be less complaining. Their attitude must be humble and understanding towards their fellow students.

The quality of a leader is reflected in the standards they set for themselves.
Ray Kroc 

All in all, teachers select a monitor so someone can be responsible in their place but being a leader means greater responsibilities. So any student who is blessed to have this unique position in class must abide by all the school rules and should become a good leader.  

A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way.
John C. Maxwell

Other variant titles for this free essay for 9th class are:

Duties of a Class Monitor in a School free Essay, Roles of a Class Monitor in a School Essay, Responsibilities of a Class Monitor in a School Essay, Duties of Monitor free essay, free essay on Class Monitor Responsibilities. 

How To Improve Your Grades (A Simple Grade Improving Tip for all)

Sunday, 10 August 2014

One thing that almost every good student wants is getting good grades in exams. In Pakistan, where the education system relies totally on learning and memorizing thick books, it becomes hard for students to remember each and everything which eventually lowers their grades.

One best tip to Improve your Grades is by including "Repetition" in your educational practice.

Have you ever wonder, how you remember the poems you have learned in your childhood? Its just because of the repetition of the poems again and again. The continuous repetition imprints the material on neurons permanently.  

How to improve your grades by adding repetition? 

It is the question that may strike your mind. Well, it is an easy task. It may take time at the beginning but when you start practicing it on daily basis, the time will reduce and you will see how you are improving your results.

When you start preparing for your exams, practice this method.
For instance, you need to learn three poems titled "Twinkle Twinkle", "Baba Black Sheep", and "Jack & Jill" for your exams. Obviously, if you are reading this post that won't be the case and you have to cover and remember so much more.

At day 1, learn "Twinkle Twinkle" and make sure you repeat it many times to be sure that you have memorized it.

On the next day, don't start learning "Baba Black Sheep" immediately and try to repeat "Twinkle Twinkle" in your mind first to check if you still remember it. If you don't, then don't go to the next poem and finish learning the first poem. When you are sure that you have learned both then repeat them on the day when you start to learn Jack & Jill.

When you have a bigger course to cover, you can add the repetition of the previously learned material in alternative days. This way, you will know before time that if have forgotten any thing that might have helped you to earn some good scores in the exam.

This tip can help all the students who complain that they get blank in the examination hall or have the problem of forgetting what they have learnt. 

Happiest day of my Life (Essay)

Sunday, 8 June 2014

There are many days in life that bring joy and pleasure but some days are the happiest and remain in our mind forever. These days are the reminders of the amazing time we have spent. The happiest day of my life is a visit to an orphanage. The happiness I felt that day is no match with any other day of my life.

My friend likes to help others and she often likes to arrange visits to different orphanages. On one of her visit, she invited us all. As I was free that day, I have decided to go. First, I wasn’t excited at all. It didn’t know what I will do when I will reach there. It was in the plan to reach the place at 2 p.m. I went before time and started to wait for others.

There was a magic show arrangement for the children and magician was arranging his things. In the waiting area, I saw children watching where I was sitting. Then they called me inside with the other people I was sitting with. When I was with them, they started to ask so many questions that where I was from and why I am visiting them when I don’t know them? Their questions struck my mind.

When all the arrangements were completed in the hall, the children were asked to go in that area. They divided into groups and selected the person they liked most; they grabbed our hands and took us out. They sit with us and enjoyed the show while talking to us in the way that we are their old friends. They all were very beautiful and just our presence meant a lot to them.

After the show, we played different games and enjoyed different activities. We distributed gifts and sweets, painted their faces with cute butterflies and flowers, applied mehndi on girls’ hands, and eat with them. When it was leaving time, all the children had tears in their eyes and they were taking promise from each one of us that we will visit them often. With the promise of meeting again we left the place.

After my first meeting with these children, one thought hit my mind that they were thinking we had made their day but in the reality they have provided us the way to remain happy forever. I found that true happiness can only be enjoyed when you make others happy and specially those who don’t have anyone to call their own!

Sample Complaint Letter to Postmaster

Friday, 30 May 2014

Complaint Letter To Postmaster, complaining about the Missing Parcel

Your Address


                     Date: …………

The Postmaster
Post Office, Address

Sub: Parcel of receipt no ….. has not reached the address …..

Dear Sir,
I sent a Registered Parcel to Name, at: Address, City on date……………The provided receipt no. of the parcel is …….. The parcel was expected to be delivered on date …. but it has not arrived yet. It seems either the parcel is lost or delivered to some other place.

Kindly look in to the matter personally and resolve my issue as soon as possible. I will be highly obliged.

Thanking you,
Yours faithfully,
Your Name

Essay: My Aim In Life (to be a Fine Artist)

“If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or things.”
Albert Einstein

It is well-said by Albert Einstein. To have a good life, it is essential to set a goal and start working on it from the beginning. Whatever we aim for, our lives should be designed around it. Some people aim to become doctor and some want to be engineer. Every goal is achievable if we work hard.

I am always inspired by my surroundings and have a different view of things. I want to show my perspective to the world in the most beautiful way so I want to be a fine artist. I love how nature has colored the world and I want to add these colors in my paintings.
One inspiring story can bring so many powerful changes in one’s life. I want to tell these stories with my paint brush. Art is the language which is understood by every person living in this world. With my paintings, I want to give the message of peace and love that my country holds. I can bring so many changes with the power of my creations.

Pakistan is the land of art and so many renowned artists belong to our country. I am working hard to learn the basics now and in the near future, I will get what I desire. I know I can achieve my goal because I strive day and night to make my dreams come true.

Poem HOPE by Ifrah A.

Monday, 26 May 2014

There is a feeling inside that twist and roll;
Something which keeps emotions at hold,

It gives me reason to be bold;
When the weather of life starts becoming cold,

It's a thunder that is striking fast;

Sparks of its hunter forever last,

Whenever the pain becomes sharp as knife;
It heals the wound by murmuring inside,

It's mine, yours and everyone's friend;
A blessing of God, His magic paint,

It fills life with colors again;
When nothing looks right and everything in pain,

The thing I am talking about is known as hope;
It lives inside us so we never feel alone.

Educational Problems In Pakistan (Essay)

Sunday, 11 May 2014

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
Nelson Mandela

Education is the basic right of every human being. It is the power that drags a person from darkness of illiteracy into the light of knowingness. In general sense, education is the transferring of knowledge, habits and skills from one generation to the next. However, in our country, education is taken as the art of getting knowledge from the books only. This is the foremost reason of educational downfall in Pakistan.

There are many factors that are contributing to the destruction of education in Pakistan; government negligence, poverty, class discrimination, and poor education system are the top ones.

In the last few decades, many primary and secondary government schools have been developed in cities and villages and they are providing free education but their standard is no match with the schools of private sectors. In public schools, many students get enrolled every year but the school administration doesn’t care for the daily attendance. 

In government schools, students don’t get proper education as many government school teachers don’t bother to pay visit to the school and the students who go to these schools often don’t get educated in the way they deserve. This problem can only be solved with the involvement of government. It should take initiatives to control the attendance of the teachers at school.

Another big problem is the class discrimination that can be seen in the educational system of Pakistan also. Our elite class, which includes our ministers and officials, send their children to some best private schools. So the people with the power don’t concern with the poor educational system of the government schools.

The rise of poverty in Pakistan is forcing every single person of the house to work, as parents’ wages are low to support the whole family. When a poor has nothing to eat, how can he think about the education of his children. In this alarming situation, it is necessary for the government to introduce beneficial policies for the poor that can help them to educate their families.  As the less privileged people are in the majority, government should help them in education so they can be fruitful for Pakistan in the future.

There is a huge list of educational problems in Pakistan. We don’t have the power to change the system, but we can change ourselves. If we can afford, we should take the responsibility to teach at least one child who is illiterate. We can give tuition to the ones who are going to the government schools.  Sitting and condemning government cannot bring change; we can also do a lot!

Side Effects of Dieting

Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Dieting is the restriction of food intake in order to lose weight. Reduction of food intake is followed by rapid weight loss but it has many adverse effects on the body. Some of the side effects of dieting are:
  • Weight re-gain:
Mostly people regain weight after dieting because there body get used to malnutrition and wants to safe itself by overeating.
  • Low metabolism:
High metabolism is associated with increase weight loss, but when person is on diet, its metabolism becomes slow. This can make him gain more weight in the future,
  • Fainting:
Due to reduced eating, blood pressure or blood sugar is lowered down, that can cause fainting.
  • Acidosis:
Dieting cause increase acidity in blood, that disturbs body balanced environment.
  • Dehydration:
Increase fluid intake leads body to dehydration.
  • Gallbladder diseases:
Due to inappropriate diet, there is a chance of increasing gallbladder diseases like bladder stones etc.
  • Constipation:
Low food intake can lead to constipation. Constipation can give rise to many other digestive tract diseases like piles etc.
  • Anorexia nervosa:
It is a condition in which a person feels no hunger. Even the people who started dieting for being healthy can develop this eating disorder. Some time it is that much severe that it can lead to malnutrition and then death.

  • Fatigue:
Energy is required to do work and we gain energy from the food we eat. When you don’t eat much, you get tired soon and have low stamina.
Other symptoms are:

·         Irritability

·         Low libido

·         Rashes

·         Seizures

·         Bloodshot eyes

·         Bulimia nervosa

·         Sinus problems

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