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Paragraph on Cleanliness of Mind and Body

Outline: Cleanliness is a natural instinct with all animals. Man should look to the cleanliness of his body if he is to justify his claim to be higher animal. The mind is oven more important. A dirty thought is worse than a dirty skin. We should aim at “Mens same in corpore sano.” All living creatures have an instinct that makes them seek after cleanliness. The cat is very scrupulous in its toilet, and is very unhappy if any dirt has stuck to its fur. Elephants, deer, as well as cows and buffaloes come to the rivers and tank to bathe. Even sparrows and mynas will be seen enjoying a bath in a pool of water at times. If man is to justify his claim to be highest of all animals, he must be no less anxious for cleanliness. Yet it is not to be denied that the instinct is not so strong in some men. It is a stock joke with western writers that schoolboys do not like to wash.[the_ad id=”17141″] in Man breathes through the skin, as well as with the lungs. The natural arrangements for cooling the

Paragraph on There Is No Virtue Like Necessity

Outline: What does this saying mean exactly? Give examples. Illustrate by one striking instance. How do lives of the great bear this out? Conclusion; it is difficult that – encourages action. There are many ways of stating the truth that is contained in the title of this essay. One is the proverb, “Necessity is the mother of invention,” which is very old indeed; and Shakespeare wrote in one play, “Sweet are the uses of adversity.” But all illustrate the same fact that is seen in daily life, that it is difficulty and need which spur men on to action, and make them capable of achievements which would otherwise bave seemed impossible. The crow in the fable illustrates this. The bird wanted to drink from a jar with a narrow neck, but the water was at too low a level. After much thought, he threw a number of small stones into the water till it rose up in the neck of the jar and he was able to drink. The need had stimulated the powers of thinking and invention, so it is with men. A certain i

Short Paragraph on A Reception

His Excellency the Governor arrived at Faisalabad on the 8th instant. As this was his first official visit to the place, grand preparations had been made to accord him a fitting reception. The principal streets were decorated with buntings, flags and flowers. Triumphal arches were erected at different places and the roads were all well cleaned and watered. The main bazar was a scene of great bustle and activity. The local officials and members of the Municipal Committee were seen hurrying to and fro, looking, very busy. The streets were crowded with eager spectators, and all places of vantage were occupied. The roofs of houses and shops were thronged with women and children. The Airport presented a very gay appearance. Palms and flowerpots were placed on the steps. The apron and the gates were covered with red banat, and a state canopy supported on silver pillars added to the dignity of the occasion. All the officials, headed by the Commissioner, the local councillors and notables were

Letter to a friend stating your first impression of the college

Examination Hall, A.B.C. February 3, 2007 Dear Anis, We have received your letter just now. You have asked me to share with you my impressions about the college life. For me this is an altogether different experience. As you know I have recently joined Government College Gujranwala. For me, this is an altogether different experience The college life seems to be quite different from school life. In the college we get rid of the threat of physical punishment. The college teachers are very friendly and encouraging. The workload is much less than what we had to bear with during school days. During the vacant periods, I visit the college library where I study my favorite books. In the college we can take part in activities such as sports, debates, quiz competitions and the like. The day before there was a speech contest organized by the ‘Iqbal Society’. I was encouraged by Professor Anees to take part in this contest. I was reluctant, but somehow I got my name entered for the contest. By th

Application to the principal reporting about the theft of your bicycle

The Principal, Govt. College, A.B.C. (City) Sir, Respectfully I beg to state that I am a student of the first year in this college. Yesterday I came to college on my bicycle, placed it at the college cycle stand and locked it properly. But when I went back at the close of college hours, I found my bicycle missing. I reported the matter to the peon on duty. We searched it here and there, but all in vain. Somebody had taken it away, breaking open the lock. The key of this lock is still in my possession. Circumstances force me to bring the matter of theft to your notice. Kindly take a personal interest in this matter. I feel much difficulty in the absence of my bicycle. My father is not rich enough to provide me a new bicycle. I shall be thankful to you if I find my bicycle once again. May 15, 2018. Yours obediently, X.Y.Z. [ PDF Download ]

Letter to your brother helping him in the choice of books

Examination Hall, A.B.C. December 12, 2007. Dear Amjad, I haven’t received your letter for long. I hope you must be doing well in pursuing your studies at college. I know that you are very hardworking, and God willing, you will pass your intermediate exam with distinction. However, I always believed that developing a taste for reading good books is even more important than passing exams. I would suggest that you start reading historical novels, books on current affairs, reflective books on philosophy and religion and collections of eminent poets such as Ghalib, Iqbal, and Wordsworth. Spare at least an hour before going to bed, to read books on different topics. I assure you, once you develop the reading habit, you won’t be able to sleep without reading anything worthwhile. Besides, reading will bless you with peace of mind. It will stir your imagination and you will feel great delight in the company of books. Don’t forget to send me a letter. l’ll be interested to know the books you re

Letter to father telling him about your mother's illness

Examination Hall, A.B.C. August 21, 2007. Dear Father, I was much delighted to receive your kind letter just an hour ago. As usual, you encouraged me a lot and gave me valuable pieces of advice. The last part of your letter was, however, very disturbing for me. I am much worried to know about dear mother’s sudden illness. When Hast met her, she complained of an occasional headache. Since then I have been praying a lot for her health. Dear father, I am a bit relieved to know that she is not suffering from a fetal disease. It is a matter of consolation that she is getting the best available treatment and that her health is improving. I wish I could look after her day in and day out. I am coming home this weekend to attend my ever gracious mother. May Allah bless her and the family with sound health. Yours affectionately, X.Y.Z. [ PDF Download ]

Letter to a friend congratulating him on performing Hajj

Examination Hall, A.B.C. March 6. 2007. Dear Friend, I hope you are fine. I am very happy to know that you have returned home after performing Hajj. You are indeed very more fortunate that you have fulfilled your religious obligation in such a young age. May Allah make this experience a source of blessing for yourself, for your family and friends. The moment when you first saw the ‘House of Allah’ must be very sensational Ahmed, write to me soon and share this blessed experience with me. Tell me how you felt when you dressed yourself in a white piece of Cloth. Tell me how you felt when you performed ‘Umra’ and Tawaf. Tell me how you felt when you saw a sea of believers coming from all parts of the world, all dressed in the same white uniform, fit reciting loudly ‘Allah-o-Akbar, Allah-o-Akbar’ . Do not forget to share with me your experience of the Mina’ and the Arafat1. Ahmed, I must tell you that you always impressed your friends with your commitment to Islam. May Allah make this bles

Application to the principal, requesting to change your section

The Principal, Govt. College. A. B. C. (City) Sir. With due respects, I wish to state that I have been directed by my class teacher to file an application for the change of section. I have recently joined the college as a I was residing in a different city prior to my admission here. I was awarded a scholarship there being a topper. I was placed in the section D here, but sorry to say that it is not meant for hard working students. I find all the students inattentive and gossiping even during the lecture. It becomes very difficult to concentrate on the lecture. On the other hand, teachers do not take pains to clear the concepts. As a result, my queries remain unanswered. Under such circumstances, how can I be able to produce results? I request you to change my section from D to A with immediate effect. I have learned that the atmosphere there is very conducive to studies and teachers also take extra pains to help their students. If you grant my request, I assure you that I will produce

Letter to a friend sympathising with him on his failure in F.Sc

Examination Hall, A.B.C. March 5, 2007 Dear Friend, I hope you are fine. I just received a letter from Ashfaq. He informed me about your F.Sc result. Like success, failure is also part of life. We should take it as a challenge, and make a firm resolve to do much better in the next attempt. My own example should be a good lesson for you. I could not do well in my Secondary School Examination. I never gave up. I worked hard, and in the second attempt, I passed the same examination with distinction, I hope you will concentrate on your studies this time. This will help you achieve good results in the second attempt If you can spare time, please do come and stay with me during summer vacation. If you have some problems in Physics and Maths. These are my favourite subjects, and I shall be glad to render you some help. Brother Naseer, may I say one thing more. Change your lifestyle. Avoid the company of some of your friends who are addicted to smoking and some other bad things. Be punctual in

Application to the principal requesting him to grant you sick leave

The Principal, Govt. College A. B.C. (City) Sir, Respectfully, I wish to state that I am a student of Intermediate Part-I in your esteemed institution. I have been suffering from high fever for the last three days. In the beginning, I thought to recover soon but in spite of the best treatment, the fever is not getting down. My doctor is of the view that complete bed rest is essential at least for a week for the restoration of my health. He has warned me that any fatiguing work will worsen my health. I would be highly thankful to you if you kindly grant me a week’s leave from 20th to 27th April 2018. The medical certificate and prescription issued by the doctor are attached for your kind perusal. I hope my request will be granted. Thanks in anticipation. May 15, 2018. Yours obediently, X.Y.Z. [ PDF Download ]

Important Guess Paper of Biology F.Sc 2nd Year

As the time of examination comes nearer, the fever becomes higher. Especially for Inter students, the examinations are unwelcome. Every province in Pakistan has its own boards, under which annual examinations of the year 2019  were conducted according to the Biology paper assessment scheme . The detail of intermediate and secondary education boards are given as: Boards of Punjab Bise Lahore  Bise Multan Bise Sargodha Bise Bahawalpur Bise Sahiwal  Bise Gujranwala Bise Faisalabad Bise Rawalpindi Bise DG Khan  Bise Federal Boards of KPK Bise Swat Bise Peshawar Bise Kohat Bise Abbottabad Bise Malakand Bise Mardan Bise Bannu Bise Dera Ismail Khan Boards of Sindh Bise Sukkur Bise Karachi Bise Hyderabad Bise Aga Khan Bise Larkana Boards of Balochistan, AJK, Islamabad Bise Quetta Bise AJK Bise Turbat  Allama Iqbal Open University Bise Gilgit Bise Baltistan  Bise Mirpur Bise Azad Jammu And Kashmir Previous years papers of SSC 12th class are very important for the incoming students because of

Short Paragraph on Disarmament

The foremost issue in international affairs today is the fear of another war. Whether we can avert war and bring about lasting peace to the world depends on whether the nation of the world are prepared in all sincerity to stop their mad race for armaments. The question of disarmament has become all the more urgent with the coming on the world scene. of the atom and hydrogen bombs. If another war comes, it will be a total war, which may well bring utter destruction to the world and ruin the proud structure of modern civilization. We are told that there is no effective protection against the hydrogen bomb and the millions of people may be killed by a single explosion, and many more injured. Many more will be condemned to slow death or live under the shadow of the fear of disease. Many eminent people have warned the world of the dreadful features of the hydrogen bomb. Prof. Einstein said: “Radio-active poisoning of the atmosphere, and hence an annihilation of life on earth, has been broug

Paragraph on Town Life and Country Life

Villagers have advantages which we cannot have in towns. Fresh air, simple living, and beautiful natural surroundings make country life very attractive. Everything is so fresh. There is no smoke, no dust, no overcrowding, and suffocating. It is true that Pakistani villages are not mostly clean, as they ought to be, and the houses also are not so well-built, but the villagers spend most of their time in the open air, in the fields, and under the trees. The well with the cool shade of the Neem trees and the music of the wheel is an ideal place for a poet. The villagers have no temptations. They have the freshest and best, though simple, thing to eat, and that is why they are so healthy, and seldom require the services of a doctor. They are strong and sturdy, and their red faces show that they have plenty of blood in their bodies. Their joys are also simple, and they are more frank and straightforward, and more sympathetic and hospitable than the city people. Their amusements are also sim

Short Paragraph on Early Marriage

Marrying boys and girls at an early age, when their physical and mental faculties are yet immature, is bad. It is an injurious custom both for the individuals concerned, and for the nation. The number of child widows in Pakistan is appallingly large, and in no other civilized country in the world is a sight to ghastly as this to be seen. Young men and young girls, who are not in a position to understand the duty of matrimony, and who are thrown together like toys by foolish parents cannot live long; at least they can never attain to the full development of their powers. Their growth is checked, their health disappears, and instead of the bloom of youth. you see paleness on their faces. Sunken eyes, stooping gait, a listless manner, and stunted size are indications of the evil effects of early marriage. A few hours’ false festivities in which the parents have foolishly indulged, and the silly pleasure which they feel at having seen their young children married before their eyes have bee

Short Paragraph on Technical Education

The paragraph on Technical Education (400 Words) Outline. The shortcomings of academic education. The remedy. Necessary for industrializing the country. A solution of the problem of unemployment. Progress of a country. It was Macaulay’s idea to impart education to Indian boys and to produce clerks, required for the Government Officers. In spite of the remarkable political awakening amongst Indians, the Indian Universities have unfortunately continued to be very faithful to the original idea of Macaulay and they continue to pour out’ an ever increasing supply of clerks even now. Fortunately we have come to realize that the academic, clerical or literary education given in our schools and colleges is not the only kind of education. The evil is much deeper. Our universities not only produce clerks, but also fill these clerks with a contempt for any kind of manual or technical work. They producly feel that those who have brains need not use their hands. As a result of this, Pakistani indus

Short Paragraph on Novel Reading

Reading of light literature is a useful occupation for leisure hours. It does not entail any great mental strain, and the reading provides the required relaxation and recreation. Good novels give us an insight into human character, and · an easy and interesting description of social problems. Social vices and defects are exposed, and we learn a good many practical lessons from novels. Of course, there are good novels and bad novels. The latter are very dangerous to morals. They rouse the passions, and create false sensations and excitement. This is bad for the normal and healthy development of mind. The exaggerated descriptions and vivid realistic pictures cause abnormal excitement, and thus the one great advantage of reading such books, that is, light refreshment disappears, and the low, artificial scenes, brought before the mind, absorb so much attention that we forget everything else. Reading of such low kind of books engenders a taste and a craving for morbid sensationalism, which

Islam and the Crisis of the Modern World

Dazzled by the achievements of science during the 18th and 19th centuries, many westerners thought that religion had exhausted all its usefulness and surrendered to science once for all. Almost all the minent western psychologists and sociologists expressed themselves in similar terms. Freud, the renowned psychologist, for instance, while demonstrating the futility of religion in modern times, says that the human life passes through three distinct psychological phases: superstition, religion and science. This being the era of science, so all religion was pronounced out of date. There is no denying that there were certain causes which led the men of science in Europe to adopt a view of life antagonistic to religion. It was mainly due to the great controversy, that raged between men of science and the Christian church, which made them think – quite justifiably of course – that whatever the church stood for was reactionary, retrogressive, backward and superstitious and that therefore it m

Short Paragraph on Female Education

The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world. Women should be educated like men, otherwise, there can be no peace and no progress. If you yoke an unbroken horse with a highly trained one, the carriage will be dashed to pieces, and the occupants’ lives will be endangered. They cannot pull on, they will pull in different directions. The family peace cannot be preserved with such ill-matched life-long companions. Napoleon was once, asked what the greatest need of France was. He unhesitatingly answered, ‘Mothers’, National progress is impossible without trained and educated mothers. It is well said that if you train a woman, you train a whole family. Women is called the better half of man. It is a pity that this better half should remain in ignorance. Uneducated and ignorant women are a drag on society. The woman has the same mental gifts as man has; why, then, should she be deprived of the blessings of knowledge? Of course, the duties of both differ. Man’s duties are mostly public, thos

Paragraph on Value of Teaching English in Pakistan

We live in two universes, a universe of communication and a universe of things, with which science deals. We are always talking or constantly listening. When no one is around us, we talk to ourselves. Words are the means by which our civilization is developed and passed on. Our language determines largely the character of our intelligence, our affection and disloyalties. We live in words, are surrounded by them, and the only means we have to get outside of our own language so that we can even look at it is through the study of foreign languages. No one can know fully the features of his own language, its. qualities and defects, without understanding another language. Through foreign study a person perceives how conventional language is, and becomes conscious of the mechanism of his own speech. Without the knowledge of a foreign language we are just like a squirrel in his cage. There are people who think that many philosophical, narrative, and dramatic works can be handled in Urdu trans

Paragraph on Prevention Is Better Than Cure

Outline: Is it not common sense to look ahead, to anticipate? The old Chines system of paying doctors. Is our Li system of curative medicine out of date? To what other branches of life will this apply? In ancient China, there was a beautiful system of medicine in vogue. A well-to-do man used to pay his medical officer a fixed payment as long as he was in health. But whenever the patient became ill, the payments were suspended until health had been restored again. In other words, the patient paid the doctor for keeping him in health, not for curing him when in disease. This seems startling to one accustomed to the modern system, but in reality has a great deal of common sense to recommend it. The principle at issue is seen in the proverb “A stitch in time saves nine.” Troubles and sickness spring from small beginnings and nine their causes are operating before the symptoms manifest themselves. Now-a-days we do have a good deal of preventative medicine. Vaccination, as well as various in

Paragraph on Neither a Borrower Nor a Lender Be

Outline: Does the expression suggests that this is poetry? Yes. Is it actually wrong to lend to a friend in need? Why should not one borrow, if sincerely meaning to repay? While there seems no reason against yet in practice it is very often abused. There is a rhythm about the words, and the manner in which the verb “be” is placed at the end suggests that this is a line of verse, This is true, and this well-known proverb is spoken by an old man called Polonius, in Shakespeare’s play, Hanlet, when his son is going away to a foregin country. It expresses wisdom which has long been proved in the history of mankind, for without being able to say that it is a wong act, one is rather ashamed to borrow and one does not like, as a rule, to be asked for a loan of money. Why should this be? If one is in temporary difficulty, surely a friend will be only too glad to give some help by a temeporary loan, which will be returned, and which will cost him nothing. On the other hand, if a friend is in tr

Short Paragraph on the Value of Scientific Education

At the present day the struggle for existence has become so keen that it is no longer possible for the old theories about education to be followed. It was formerly held that education should be such as would widen the mind, enlarge one’s ideas and, on the whole, ennoble a man. Literary education, which is concerned with the study of literature, philosophy and the like, was cultivated to equip a man with these qualities. But broadmindedness and nobility of character are not sufficient by themselves to solve the bread problem. Education in modern times, therefore, should be of such a nature that it is both able to broaden the mind and to enable one to earn one’s living. The circumstances that exist today are such that mere literary education is not sufficient by itself. It requires to be supplemented by some other sort of education which is capable of bringing an income. Here comes the use and the necessity of scientific education. Though scientific education is primarily concerned with