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sample paper solved

Posted by Deepak Jha (Jul 22, 2017 8:24 p.m.) (Question ID: 6843)

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  • which sample paper

    name it

    Answered by Swami Jee (Jul 23, 2017 8:38 p.m.)
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"Brain drain is not good for our nation" write a debate on it.

Posted by Kirti Jain (Jul 19, 2017 4:15 p.m.) (Question ID: 6756)

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How did Mukesh realise his dreams? 

Posted by Pratik Banerjee (Jul 08, 2017 11:14 p.m.) (Question ID: 6493)

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  • Mukesh is the son of a bangle-maker in Firozabad. Most of the young men of Firozabad have no dreams or ambitions, but Mukesh is an exception. 

    Mukesh had dreams of becoming a motor mechanic. His determination and willpower will make him go to the garage and learn, though the garage is far away from his home. He will have to walk to the garage by foot and perhaps, save some money to hone his skills. Patience, hard work and perseverance will help him realise his dreams. 

     

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Which country shaheb's parents originaly belong? Why did they come to india?

Posted by Akash Sahani (Jul 04, 2017 10:12 p.m.) (Question ID: 6386)

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Marvel is only the character in the novel invisible man who interact  with Griffin and gains someting .comment 

 

Posted by Abhishek Gautam (Jul 03, 2017 12:15 a.m.) (Question ID: 6333)

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Describe the circumstances that led to the unveiling of invisibility of Griffin. 

 

Posted by Abhishek Gautam (Jul 03, 2017 12:12 a.m.) (Question ID: 6332)

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Speech on need for regular working hours for all kinds of employee in public sector

Posted by Saurav Kumar (Jun 26, 2017 3:17 p.m.) (Question ID: 6186)

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Speech on need for regular working hours for all kinds of emplpy in public sector

Posted by Saurav Kumar (Jun 25, 2017 5:16 p.m.) (Question ID: 6178)

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What was dr. Sadao opinion about american?

Posted by Saurav Kumar (Jun 23, 2017 5:05 p.m.) (Question ID: 6126)

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What tells you that dr. Sadao was a brave man?

Posted by Saurav Kumar (Jun 23, 2017 5:04 p.m.) (Question ID: 6125)

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  • He sent American  POW without the fear of himself and his family. 

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What explain the carelessness of the general in the matter of enemy soldier?

Posted by Saurav Kumar (Jun 23, 2017 5:03 p.m.) (Question ID: 6124)

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Why did the general soldier save the american soldier?

Posted by Saurav Kumar (Jun 23, 2017 5:01 p.m.) (Question ID: 6123)

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How did Sadao fulfill his duty?

Posted by Saurav Kumar (Jun 23, 2017 5 p.m.) (Question ID: 6122)

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  • Sadao has fulfilled his duty by saving the american war prisoner as he was a doctor he saved the man by helping the to scap away to another island

    Answered by Prabhat Upadhyay (Jun 26, 2017 10:38 a.m.)
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How did dr. Sadao save the American young man?

Posted by Saurav Kumar (Jun 23, 2017 5 p.m.) (Question ID: 6121)

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    Posted by Saurav Kumar (Jun 23, 2017 9:41 p.m.)
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  • Sadao’s expertise in his profession and compassion as a human being were his most dominant personality traits. As a dutiful doctor, he could not have let the prisoner die of his injuries and so he saved his life. At the same time, he acted like a responsible citizen and informed the General of the presence of the enemy. However, when the General’s men did not come to kill the American Sadao decided to save his life.

    Dr Sadao gave his boat to the young soldier, arranged food for him and provided him valuable information which helped him escape successfully. This is how Sadao helped the American soldier flee and thereby saved his life.

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What were the fears in Sadao's mind?

Posted by Saurav Kumar (Jun 23, 2017 4:58 p.m.) (Question ID: 6120)

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  • Sadao was having fear of patriotism  as he has given  shelter to the American POW in his home and has saved the life of  the American  who is the enemy of  Japanese. 

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How did hana help dr. Sadao while operated upon the enemy soldier?

Posted by Saurav Kumar (Jun 23, 2017 4:57 p.m.) (Question ID: 6119)

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  • Hana was an impeccable wife and stood by her husband in all his. decisions. She helped Dr Sadao when he was operating upon the enemy and also nursed and washed the prisoner herself when the servants had flatly refused to do so.

    Answered by Payal Singh (Jun 23, 2017 6:22 p.m.)
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Essay on manner matters

Posted by Himanshi Aggarwal (Jun 09, 2017 9:50 p.m.) (Question ID: 5809)

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Essay kn junk food's popularity relies on marketing 

Posted by Himanshi Aggarwal (Jun 09, 2017 9:50 p.m.) (Question ID: 5808)

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Conservation is survival

Posted by Himanshi Aggarwal (Jun 09, 2017 9:49 p.m.) (Question ID: 5807)

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  • “There is a sufficiency in the world for man’s need but not for man’s greed” – this statement from one of the greatest men in our country, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi clearly depicted the generation where mankind entered into a race for survival and in the process, destroyed, degenerated and dilapidated the environment around him. Now 63 years after the great Mahatma imparted his wisdom, the situation has become worse. The environment which took care of humans, provided them with their needs and protected and cultivated mankind was abused so much by them that it started avenging itself. Global warming, planetary disintegration, unpredictable climates, hurricanes tycoons, tsunamis and flash floods have taken innumerable human lives.

    Scarcities of power sources, rarity of clean, breathable air, depleting resources and natural disasters have threatened the existence of mankind. It is at this time that the human race came to realize that in order to survive; it has to protect the environment around him. The first target in this process was of course the industrial sector. The emissions of toxic air, dumping of hazardous and non-biodegradable materials into the seas and piling up of industrial wastes were the major contributors to this environmental disaster. With the introduction of strict government policies and ISO standards and efforts from non government organizations, every industry is now in need of an environmental manager who will assess the environment friendliness of an industry and define ways to develop, implement and monitor environmental strategies, policies and programs that promote sustainable development.

    What is the role of environmental manager? He is an individual who carries out a Ctrl+Z on all the environmental felonies which were carried out by the company in the past, reversing the effect to the farthest extent possible. Environmental managers examine corporate activities and establish where improvements can be made and ensure compliance with environmental legislation across the organization. A few of their roles involve developing and implementing environmental strategies, taking the lead on sustainable procurement for all goods and services and coordinating all aspects of pollution control, waste management, recycling, environmental health, conservation and renewable energy.

    This is not all! This superhero, Mr. Green, whose ultimate goal is to protect the balance of nature and revive mother earth, does not fly around in caped costumes knocking out felons, but he does some serious desk work by ensuring compliance with environmental legislation,auditing, analyzing and reporting environmental performance to regulatory bodies, indentifying, assessing and reducing an organization’s environmental risk and financial costs, managing the development and implementation of an environmental management system,

    participating in environmental study and research and pretty much doing anything which will minimize the environmental liability of an organization.

    With stringent norms laid down by the government these days, the need for an environmental manager is of utmost importance and there are a plenty of opportunities to be found both in India and abroad. But, the main thing to be remembered is that, as a principal user of mother nature, humanity is responsible for ensuring that its environmental impacts are benign rather than catastrophic. It is high time that we realized our environmental responsibilities ourselves and acted accordingly. Mankind should not get involved in a fight for survival with the mighty environment, which is far more fierce and powerful and can erase the smallest traces of humanity from this planet if it wants to!

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Article on science in our daily life 

Posted by Himanshi Aggarwal (Jun 09, 2017 9:49 p.m.) (Question ID: 5806)

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  • Take a basic idea from the following points and then compose an article by yourself. All the best! 

     

    <header> <h1 itemprop="headline">Importance of Science in Our Daily Life</h1> </header>

     Science is creating wonders almost every day. What was once sheer fantasy is now almost a reality by virtue of the recent achievements by the  men of science. Almost everything that eases our daily life are the wonders of modern science. Science has conferred many gifts on modern life. Indeed, they are far too many to be counted.

    Computers: Computers are widely used by common people for recording their day-to-day transactions. It is also used in controlling and processing the activities of factories and plants.

    Medical Science: Scientists have invented so many wonder drugs. The effects of these drugs are so miraculous. By means of these drugs, fatal diseases could be controlled. Many deadly diseases can be cured by the application of medicine in proper time.

    Human heart-transplantation is a significant achievement in the field of surgery. In fact, transplantation of human organs is quite possible now to save the lives of men.

    Radio: We listen to news and songs through our radio sets.

    Television: Television has become a medium of the audio-visual method of learning. It remains one of the most significant contribution of science to the society.

    Travelling: We use buses, trams, motor cars, trains and airplanes to travel from one place to another. Science has narrowed the vast distance of the world.

    Newspaper: We read newspaper to get the news of the world. We stay in touch with the world.

    Comfort during summer days: Electronic fans and air-conditioners gives us comfort during summer days.

    Mobile Phones: We cannot think of living without our mobile phones. Apart from talking to a distant friend, we can browse internet on our smartphones.

    Camera: When we go out on holidays, we can take photographs through a camera.

    Distant images: Television photographs about the movement of astronauts on the moon were seen on earth. By the device of electromagnetic waves, photographs of Venus and Mars, millions of miles away, were transmitted by spacecrafts to the earth.

    Power and Electricity: Adequate Power (Electricity) is a necessity for every one of us. Most of our everyday work is dependent upon electricity. The thermal, hydro and gas power plants are important mediums that allow uninterrupted supply of electricity to common people.

    Nuclear energy: Nuclear energy is being harnessed by modern science to peaceful purposes to achieve many more wonders in life. Thus, atom is energy is producing electrical power and the radioactive isotopes and tracers are doing marvels in the fields of agriculture and industry.

    Conclusion: The role of science is significant in our daily life. The various gifts of science has made our life more comfortable. The wonderful inventions of science such as electricity, fans, air-conditioners, television, mobile phones, motor-vehicles, etc. has eased our life, and now it has become almost impossible to live without using them.

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Article on Role of media

Posted by Himanshi Aggarwal (Jun 09, 2017 9:48 p.m.) (Question ID: 5805)

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Article on Racial Discrimination 

Posted by Himanshi Aggarwal (Jun 09, 2017 9:48 p.m.) (Question ID: 5804)

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Article on major problems in society 

Posted by Himanshi Aggarwal (Jun 09, 2017 9:48 p.m.) (Question ID: 5803)

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Article on technology 

Posted by Himanshi Aggarwal (Jun 09, 2017 9 p.m.) (Question ID: 5802)

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  •                                                                                                   Technology 

    India has achieved good progress in the field of technology. For this we are greatly indebted to Nehru , the architect of modern India. He realized that the progress in technology will lead India to the path of prosperity and fulfill the needs of her teeming millions. Unlike Gandhiji he believed  that cottage and khadi industries would not be of any great help to India.As Chaiman of National Planning Committee which the Congress had sponsored as far back as 1938 Nehru said, ' If technology demands big machine as it does today in a large measure , then the big machine with all its implications and consequences must be accepted.'

    Our achievement in the field of agriculture is commendable.We have achieved almost self sufficiency in food grains.The work done by the Indian council of Agricultural Research and other agricultural colleges and universities has helped greatly in stepping up production.The contribution made by Dr.M.S.Swaminathan , F.R.S. in this field deserves special mention. Our agricultural scientists are also indebted to Dr. Norman Borlaug famous agricultural scientist (Nobel Prize Winner For Peace , 1970) who developed new strains of wheat , rice etc. We have now new varieties of seeds, scientific tools ,pesticides , fertilizers etc.White Revolution also took place in this regard. Dr. Verghese Kurian is the person who brought this revolution. India has become the second largest producer of vegetables in the world.

    We have also achieved good progress in the field of industry. Our scietific and industrial man-power is the third largest in the world.The plants at Bhilai and Bokaro produce large quantity of steel. Ships , aircraft , cars ,trucks,television sets mobiles , smartwatches, internet has brought revolution in the field of technology , gadgets which were beyond dreams a few years ago.Education has been revolutionized with technology.Now notebooks , pens,pencils and books have become things of the past and have been repalced with tablets, laptops,notebooks,smartclasses and mobile phones.

    Facilities for health have increased. Many medicines required for serious diseases are available.Technology has decreased death rate and exempted the mankind from pain.Our doctors now operate on the heart and the brain.A few of them have now succeeded in producing test-tube babies.

    India is now equipped with the largest and most sophisticated arms manufacturing by us in the third world. Our scientists have succeeded in making missiles. The navy has good frigates. Department of atommic energy renders a very good service to the nation.Research work is now carried out at the Bhabha Atomic Energy Research Centre (BARC).It houses four reasearch reactors.BARC produces more than 350 radio-active products. Some of them are exported.The nuclear power stations under The Nuclear Power Corporation Ltd. produce electricity.The Western world was taken aback when we exploded a nuclear device at Pokhran in Rajasthan.( May 18,1974)

    We have achieved progress in space research. We launched the first satellite Aryabhatta in May 1975 followed by a second satellite Bhaskara-1 in 1979. A number of satellites since beeb sent by us.The launching of most of them was successful.All have various uses. Rakes Sharma was the first Indian cosmonaut. He stayed in spsce for a week.For this achievement we are greatly indebted to the former Soviet Union.

    Our technologists are capable of doing remarkable things for the development of our country. But they do not get proper encouragement. A few of them have made away with themselves for want of good incentives.A number of them have also gone abroad for better prospects.

    It has been remarked that 'Science in its place can make heaven of hell , hell of heaven'.No doubt technology has given us miraculous powers but if it is used for destructive purposes it can make our life miserable.So the judicious use of technology can give us unlimited adavantages.

     

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Article on Blood is thicker than water

Posted by Himanshi Aggarwal (Jun 09, 2017 1:32 p.m.) (Question ID: 5792)

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  • Blood Is Thicker Than Water



    Blood relationship is always found to be stronger and more valuable than mere friendship formed through acquaintance. Blood ties are lasting. They have a firmer bond of affection than all other relationships. Friends may be sincere and willing to help. But they have got their limits. They often stop when they find themselves to be in troubled waters. But blood relatives such as father, mother, brother or sister will stand by our side risking even their necks. They in fact are our true allies. There might be exceptions to this rule. But true and sincere friends are often hard to get. Even if they are true and sincere, we cannot expect the greatest sacrifice from them. They give more importance to their own kith and kin. So even if true and sincere friendship is to be given due credit, we should value blood ties more. The most unselfish service is often got from our kith and kin than from friendship formed through acquaintance. They last longer and are often found to be stronger than the latter. 

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Article on children are like wet cement whatever falls in them make a impression 

Posted by Himanshi Aggarwal (Jun 09, 2017 1:27 p.m.) (Question ID: 5791)

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Is there something like from this year grammar will not be asked in board exam ??

Posted by Richa Aggarwal (Jun 06, 2017 10:11 p.m.) (Question ID: 5718)

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  • Grammar will not be asked in 12 board exam. There is a writing section which includes notice, article, letter, advertisement, note-making, etc. There is no grammar like direct-indirect, active and passive voice, etc.

    Answered by Ashutosh Kumar (Jun 07, 2017 12:18 p.m.)
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CBSE Writing Section solved  Test Paper 03 for class 12 English Core CBSE 2009-2010 examinations

Posted by Sajid Shaikh (Jun 04, 2017 9:47 p.m.) (Question ID: 5666)

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Value based questions of chapters 

 

Posted by Yogesh Yadav (May 31, 2017 3:44 p.m.) (Question ID: 5599)

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You have a spacious bungalow in saket vihar. You want to sell the first floor to a genuine buyer. Write out an advertisement giving necessary details in 50 words.

Posted by Shivani Jaiswal (May 30, 2017 10:12 a.m.) (Question ID: 5572)

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  •                                                                                                                  For Sale

    First floor of a well furnished,newly built bunglow in Saket Vihar having three bedrooms with attached bathrooms and store room,one drawing room cum dining room , a spacious modular kitchen and lobby.Garage and a beautiful garden in the rear of groundfloor.Well ventilated, airy and spacous rooms.Price value upto 85 lakhs and negotiable.Interested parties may contact at the given contact number or email id.Contact No.7095123445.Email-vikas12@hotmail.com

    Answered by Anita Narang

    08th June 2017 

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