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Conservation is 'the ant of conserving f flora fauna, environment) i.e. keeping the entire’, “nature” may refer to the general realm of various types of living plants and animals and in some cases to the processes associated with inanimate objects. It is often taken to mean the "natural environment" or wilderness - wild animals, rocks, forest, beaches, and in general those things that have not been substantially altered by human intervention or which persist despite human intervention. Conserving nature is like money in the bank. Therefore, nature conservation must adopt a conserving and restorative approach guided by human requirements and values. The only saviour of nature is human being who lives amidst nature. Man's higher aspirations and greed have been the main reasons behind destruction of the environment. The premise which is required to be held now is that mankind should control and manage the natural world. The Technological culture, more...

Hobbies are pursuits we voluntarily take to in order to refresh and delight ourselves. They should be distinguished from the daily work we do in order to keep the pot boiling. What is one man's profession may be another man's hobby. Some cinema actors take to farming as a hobby, but, as we know, it is the occupation of the majority villagers. In this age of technology many middle class people, not to speak of the affluent, have a lot of leisure. One of the best ways of utilising it is to pursue a hobby. Those who cultivate hobbies never complain that life is dull and humdrum. They find inexhaustible interest and novelty in life. Full of zest and joy, they know not boredom and monotony. Absorbed in their favourite pursuits, they forget for the time being their professional worries and personal anxieties. They return to their daily work, relaxed more...

Allahabad is my favourite city. When I think of very big cities like Bombay, Calcutta, Delhi or Madras, I feel that they are good only for sight-seeing. They are like many small cities thrown together. Life there is too fast. The distances there are so great that people have to waste three to four hous in reaching their place of work and back. The crowds are terrible. People are so lost in their own business that they have no time for others. The result of all this is that life is very expensive, mechanical, full of tensions and mad hurry. Life in small cities is also not very attractive. They are not yet fully developed to provide all facilities like medical colleges, corporations, local bus-system, big educational institutions, employment avenues etc. One has to run to bigger cities to get all these facilities. Life also is very slow and sleepy. more...

My mother and I are members of a library near our house. There are many sections with different books. I make my way to the Children's books. I usually read some books that cannot be taken home. When there are more than ten children, an Aunty reads aloud to us. She makes the story very interesting. Sometimes I take the same book home to read again. I have made new friends here. We all come at the same time. I feel very grownup when I choose the books for myself at the Library. I can happily spend many hours here.

Behind Urja's school is small garden. She often goes there to play. It is a magical garden as the flowers there never whither. The birds fly low and allow you to pet them. The fountains have sweet water and play soft music all throughout the day.                         Urja also has a pet squirrel. It runs to her as soon as she comes to the garden. Urja feeds her nuts and pets her too. It loves to play with her. Urja spends a lot of time with the squirrel. In the garden the flowers bloom all year through. They are of many colours. The petals are as soft as silk. Some of the flowers are real big. Some are so tiny you can hardly see them. Urja is careful not to tread on them. The scent of the flowers fills the garden and butterflies enjoy the sweet nectar. Urja loves to play more...

For decades, parents have used physical force as a way to correct and reprimand children. Most parents argue that they turned out fine despite being punished by their parents, hence feel no need to treat their children differently. The fact is that while some might have turned out alright there might be others who have not. It could also have a lot to do with the amount of physical force applied and the frequency of its use. A lot of children develop, a kind of resistance to beating, while some of them even grow to detest their parents for it. The problem is that most adults use it as the first resort to discipline a child. There are many rational ways to correct and discipline a child. Time- out, taking away a favorite toy, or making the kid do chores are better ways of disciplining a child without physical force. more...

Points : His appearance - his devotion to teaching – his knowledge - his teaching ability - his other qualities. The Ideal Teacher is what everybody expects in a school or outside. The Ideal Teacher should be simple, neat and tidy in his/ her appearance and habits. The Ideal Teacher must be completely devoted to his/ her work. He/ she must devote all his/ her time and attention to his/ her work, He/ she teaches because he/ she loves to teach and not because of the money one can get by being a teacher. The Ideal teacher has a thorough knowledge of his/ her subject. He/she always keeps on reading to get the latest knowledge in his/ her subject. The Ideal Teacher must be able to teach well; in a way that everyone can understand. He/ she must understand the difficulties of the pupils. He/ she must explain things to more...

Outline: Explaining the concept. Condition of truants who run away from home. Different causes of truancy including school, parents and role of modern movies. There are various types of behavioural problems in a human being and truancy is one of them. The problem of truancy has increased in modern times. It is also known as absenteeism. Truancy can be explained as absenting oneself deliberately at home, school or college. This practice is followed to avoid or back out from aggressive and forceful life situations. Thus, an individual keeps a distance from school or college to shirk the unpleasant duties and situations. Those who escape from their home create severe anguish to their parents and elders. It can be presumed as a kind of rejection of parental guidance from the child's side. The result is quite obvious that the truant repents thereafter as it fails to gain security and satisfaction outside more...

Throughout most of history women generally have had fewer legal rights and career opportunities than men. Wifehood and motherhood were regarded as women's most significant professions. In the 20th century, however, women in most nations won the right to vote and increased their educational and job opportunities. Perhaps most important, they fought for and to a large degree accomplished a re-evaluation of traditional views of their role in society. Women were long considered naturally weaker than men, squeamish, and unable to perform work requiring muscular or intellectual prowess. Domestic chores were relegated to women, leaving 'heavier9 labour to men. This ignored the fact that caring for children, housekeeping, cooking, and washing clothes also required heavy, sustained labour. Physiological tests now suggest that women have a greater tolerance for pain, and live longer. A central issue in the study of gender is whether women and men are fundamentally different or essentially more...

India is an under-developed country faced with gigantic problems. Millions of people in villages are poor, illiterate, and under-nourished. Cities have to grapple with difficulties posed by slums, housing shortage, unemployment, and labour unrest. The Government is trying, through its Five-Year Plans, to bring about the development of the country. But the task is stupendous and needs the co-operation of all people including students. In the past students spontaneously responded to the call of the country and took part in the struggle for freedom. They should now realize that the task of reconstructing India is as important as was that of liberating it. They should devote a part of their vacation and holidays to social service. They could easily take up the work of adult education. They can teach slum-dwellers or villagers how to read and write. However, mere literacy is not enough. Literacy should lead to the ability to more...


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