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Paragraph on the Advantages of Science

Science has done much to promote the comfort and happiness of man. The primitive man did not know how to use the resources that nature provided so abundantly around him. His food supply was uncertain and his clothing was scanty and rough. He could not even make a fire without much difficulty and labor. But in the modern civilized world, the food supply is guaranteed by means of an efficient transport system. Light and heat are easily obtainable by means of gas and electricity all kinds of fine and beautiful materials for clothing are rapidly and cheaply made by means of machinery. The fact that prime requirements of man are now so easily available is due to the increase in man’s knowledge of science. [the_ad id=”17141″]Science has enabled man to travel freely and to have a convenient house with various means of amusement. He is provided with railway trains, motor cars, airplanes, bicycles, with theatres and cinemas, with an unlimited number of cheap books, with telegraphs and telephone

Paragraphs on Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Paragraphs on Muhammad Ali Jinnah (400 Words) Muhammad Ali Jinnah was born at Karachi on December 25, 1876. His father was a leading merchant of Karachi. He received his primary education at Karachi and Bombay. He passed his matriculation examination from the Mission High School, Bombay and went to England for studying law. He was called to the bar in 1896. He started his legal practice at Karachi in 1896. Next year he shifted to Bombay and in a short time won great distinction as a barrister. From 1930 to 1934 he practiced in England at the Privy Council and established himself as a lawyer of the first order. On his return to India, he resumed practice at Bombay. In the meanwhile, he had developed a keen interest in politics when he was studying law in England. Therefore, he joined Indian National Congress to work for the self-government for India. He became a member of the All-India Muslim League also and retained membership of both the parties for a long time. Jinnah worked as a med

Short Essay on Discipline (500 Words)

Social life is possible only if members of society respect the wishes of one another. There would be no human society if every man acted as he wished. Our personal actions and dealings with others are regulated by certain rules of conduct. Man’s willing obedience to the laws of morality, and of justice is the basis of human society. True human happiness depends on this submission of the individual to laws of conduct. The difference between right and wrong, proper and improper, good and bad is an essential difference. Our ideas of right and wrong, etc., may change from age to age, from society to society, but a difference between right and wrong always exists. A properly brought up child is taught early to obey the laws of conduct. We educate him to know right from wrong. We tell him what to do and what not to do. The best way of discipline is not by preaching long lecturers delivered again and again. These lectures do not make our children better men and women. Our own example and our

Paragraph on Blessings of Science

Science is an objective study of nature and its laws. It is an unending search for truth. It is rightly said: Science is organized knowledge. Today, science dominates every body’s life. It has introduced change in all spheres of life. It has changed our living style, our entertainment, our mode of work and even our attitude. Oh star eyed science, for you I am all praise You’ve changed our nights and changed our days Science serves man in many fields. Now he has learned to use his knowledge in a better way. It is better to be safe than sorry. Science has brought revolution in the field of transportation. Fast speed vehicles have been invented. Now man flies in the air like birds and covers long distances in no time. The man has also invented spaceships to undertake long voyages across the oceans. [the_ad id=”17141″]About steamships it is rightly said: Steam is no stronger now than it was a hundred years ago, but it is put to better use. Now man has learnt to control the forces of nature

An Ideal Student - Long and Short Paragraph

Paragraphs Categories Educational & Students Related Social Issues & Awareness Science & Technology Paragraphs Autobiographical Paragraphs Moral, Quotational & Ethical Occasions & Events Paragraphs Environmental Issues Religious & Festivals Paragraphs Paragraphs about Islam Paragraphs about Pakistan Personals & Experiences Journeys & Travel Paragraphs Paragraphs on Pets & Animals Games & Sports Paragraphs Economic Paragraphs History Paragraphs About World & Political Issues About Health & Fitness Relationships Narrative & Descriptive Miscellaneous Short Paragraph About an Ideal Student An ideal student gets up early in the morning. He likes cleanliness. He offers prayers five times a day. He takes exercise regularly. He respects his teachers and parents. He pays full attention to his studies. He also reads books other than those of his course. He is not a bookworm. He takes part in Co-curricular activities. He likes sports, debates,

Short Paragraphs on Co-Education

A paragraph on Co-Education (400 Words) Co-education means the education of boys and girls in the same schools, colleges or Universities. This is a modern concept and it has made a remarkable rapid progress. It was first introduced in Switzerland, but now it has become popular almost in all Europe and America. The our country opinions sharply differ on the issue of co-education in colleges. The supporters of co-education favour it mainly on two grounds, one economical and the other sociological. In the first place, they say that co-education is an economical measure in a poor country like Pakistan. It is not possible to maintain separate colleges for boys and girls. Especially in vocational colleges a lot of money is required to equip the libraries, laboratories and workshops. In the second place, the social contacts between the members of the two sexes are useful in many respects. The supporters of co-education say that if boys and girls are educated together, they will develop in the

Paragraph on A Cricket Match

Paragraph on Watching a Cricket Match Matches are the events of enthusiasm. Some matches are quite thrilling and full of suspense. Some matches are enjoyable and people feel much pleasure to watch them. Last month, I had a chance to watch a one-day cricket match. It was played between super-stars and fighters eleven clubs. We had bought the tickets and reached the stadium at 8 o’clock. This final match was played on a pleasant morning. The stadium was jam-packed with the spectators. Men, women, children and old persons from every walk of life had come to see this match. The umpires with two captains came into the ground. First of all the two captains tossed in the presence of umpires. It was won by the captain of superstars. They decided to bat first. Both the openers entered the ground with enthusiasm and dignity. The spectators clapped. The players came running towards the pitch circling their bats around. The match started at 9 o’clock with a great thrill. The commentary on match bo

Short and Long Paragraph on My Hobby

My Hobby is Gardening (Short Paragraph) Spare time should be spent in some good hobby. It gives us joy and peace of mind. It protects us from idleness and boredom. Different persons like different hobbies. A good hobby prevents us from many evils. Games and hobbies are different from professional work. They make our life worth living. They are a healthy way of spending our free time. If a man has free time, he starts thinking about his worries and responsibilities of life. In this way, his mind will get no relief from the worries of life. Hobbies and games develop those qualities, which are essential for our health. There are different kinds of hobbies such as gardening pen-friendship, coin collecting, stamp collecting, photography and music etc. Everybody should adopt a hobby according to his own taste and circumstances of life. The hobby which I like most is gardening. Fortunately, I live in a house which has an open area in front of it. I have changed it into a beautiful lawn which

Short Paragraph on My Aim in Life

Paragraph on My Aim in Life (300 Words) “If there were dreams to sell, Happy and sad to tell, Which would you buy?” The aim is very important in life because it brings all our energies to one point. Robert Browning says: “The aim, it reached or not makes great the life.” It provides direction for our attempts. Our aim is like a guiding star. What makes life dreary is the want of motive. When a man does not know what harbor he is making for, no wind is the right wind. There are as many aims as men. Some want to he doctors, others to be an engineer and civil and military officers. Some want to be poets, others to he novelists. Aim that suits the nature of a man is the best for him. As is the case with others. so is with me. l desire to be a Professor of English. Teaching is not à paying profession. Professor and Teachers all over the world are low-paid people. There are some reasons for my choice. First, teaching is a noble profession. The best people in the world are those who teach oth

My Last Day at College (Short and Long Paragraphs)

My Last Day at College (Short Paragraph) Man is a social animal. He loves not only the people he lives with but also the place he lives in. It may be a house of bricks or an institution of education; one’s stay in it makes one love both the people and the place. He becomes sad when he leaves them. The same sadness haunted me on my last day at my college. The moment I entered the college gate, I felt churned up inside. I had a feeling that I would not be able to have the familiar look of the building and its surrounding any more. During the last two years, I had developed a striking affinity with the building and every other thing that: belonged to it. A kaleidoscope (a constantly and quickly changing pattern) of events began to move on before my eyes. I could see myself entering the college with a throbbing heart. How I attended different classes on my first day. And then there was a flood of faces and events in which many faces appeared and many disappeared. The whole reel ended in a

Paragraph on My First Day at College

My First Day at College Paragraph (300 Words) I passed the Secondary School Certificate Examination from my school. I obtained 690 marks. I was selected for admission to the local Government College. Lectures began on the 5th of September. I went there in the morning that day, with great pride on my bicycle. I saw a large number of students at the gate. They began to clap their hands. as I went near them. I smelt some mischief. I got down from my bicycle and began to walk. One of them pulled it back. The next moment I saw them drawing my books from over the carrier, one by one. I told them to behave properly. But they laughed and began to cut jokes with me. I went to the bicycle stand, and they followed me like a shadow. I locked my bicycle there, They returned me my books, shook hands with me and went away. I had gone only a few races towards the office when I saw two well-dressed gentlemen coming towards me. They said that were professors in that college. I greeted them, as one of th

Paragraph on A Visit to an Historical Place

Visits are a great source of information. When we go from one place to another, we are sure to learn a lot. Particularly, visits to historical places teach us so anything. Sometimes such places tell us stories better than the books on history, It is well said Architecture is a frozen music. A visit to the historical place is always valuable for a student. It enriches his knowledge and increases his vision. As it is said, All history is the biography of great men. Last Sunday, we decided to go for an outing. I had not seen the tomb of Jahangir. So all agreed that this historical place should be visited. In no time we reached there by bus. We were very excited. The magnificent tomb of Jahangir was before our eyes. The tomb of Jahangir is situated at Shahdara, four miles away from Lahore. The four tall minarets of the tomb can be seen from a distance. On entering the gate we saw big grassy lawns on either side of the road. The mausoleum is in a park enclosed by high walls. There were gree

Paragraph on A Visit to Hill Station

Paragraphs Categories Educational & Students Related Social Issues & Awareness Science & Technology Paragraphs Autobiographical Paragraphs Moral, Quotational & Ethical Occasions & Events Paragraphs Environmental Issues Religious & Festivals Paragraphs Paragraphs about Islam Paragraphs about Pakistan Personals & Experiences Journeys & Travel Paragraphs Paragraphs on Pets & Animals Games & Sports Paragraphs Economic Paragraphs History Paragraphs About World & Political Issues About Health & Fitness Relationships Narrative & Descriptive Miscellaneous A Visit to Hill Station (Short Paragraph) It is a great pleasure to visit a hill station in summer. It was in those months that I visited the Murree hills. To enjoy this visit fully. I also invited some close friends. We left Lahore for Murree by bus and reached Rawalpindi at about ten O’clock. From there we reached Murree at about 1 PM the same day. It was a fine cloudy day and the weather

Paragraph on My Hero in History

Our history is full of all kinds of people. It is natural for man to love great men. It is rightly said: All history is the biography of great men. The great men are the men of exceptional qualities of head and heart. They have changed the course of history and brought their nations to the heights of glory. They are liked and loves as heroes. Quaid-i-Azam was one of those threat people who fought for the freedom of their nations. He is the founder of Pakistan. Quaid-i-Azam was born in Karachi on 25th December 1876. He received his early education in a local maktab. Later on, he entered into Missionary High School and passed the entrance examination. Then he went to England to receive higher education. After getting the degree of Bar-at-Law, he returned home. The business of his father was not going so well, so he started practice in Karachi thinking that: A useless life is an early death, Quaid-i-Azam shifted to Mumbai. At first, his practice was not very successful. But he worked hard

Paragraph on Man is a Social Animal by Nature

The lust for wealth and property breeds many evils in human beings. People are ready to whatever suits them to gather wealth. They do not bother about moral values and laws of the country. Our society is a Muslim society, but it is pity that today almost all the social evils are prevailing around us. The cause of this is our deviation from the true concept of Islam. Today man has so much fallen a victim to material benefits that his survival is now at stake. This all shows how adversely evils have affected our society. The different social evils such as bribery, nepotism, jobbery, beggary, drug addiction, smuggling, dowry system and many others are causing great damage to our social life and individual dignity. They are in fact a hindrance in our way to progress and prosperity in life. Bribery is the worst social evil, our society is suffering from. From top to the toe the members of our society are indulged in this evil, directly are indirect. And the worst is that nobody is ashamed o

He Who Digs a Pit for Others Falls Himself Into It

There were three friends. They lived in a village. They promised to remain together through thick and thin. They set out on a journey to a town. This town was famous for trade. They had a successful business and earned a lot of money. After a few years, they returned with a bag of full of gold coins. On their way back home they passed through a jungle. They felt very hungry and tired. They sent one of them to go to a nearby village and get food for them. As he went away, the other two made a plan to kill him. On his way, the third man was also planning to have all the gold himself. He thought of poisoning the food. When he brought the poisoned food for them, both of them rushed to kill him. Soon they put him to death. Then they at the food. As the food was poisoned, they also died soon after eating it. The result was that all of them died without using wealth. Moral: He who digs a pit for others himself falls into it Greed is a curse All covet, all lose As so sow, so shall you reap [ P

Kindness Never Goes Unrewarded Story

The story of a lion and a mouse shows that all the creatures of Allah Almighty have a role to play. Sometimes the role played by a small creature is more significant than the role played by the bigger one. If we treat a small one nicely, maybe he will be able to pay back in his own time. The present story is a good remember to the universal struct, “Do good, have good” Once there lived a lion in the jungle. He was very proud of his strength. By chances, a mouse also lived in a hole nearby. One day the mouse came out. He saw the lion sleeping. He came of the hole and went near the lion. Then he climbed upon him and started dancing there. The king of the jungle works up. He saw the little mouse dancing on his body. This made him angry. He decided to kill the mouse there and then. But the mouse requested him not to kill him. The lion took pity on him and let him go. One day the lion was caught in the enact of a hunger. His strength could not help him that day. He started crying. The mouse

The Farmer and his Lazy Sons (300 Words)

A long time ago, there lived a farmer with his three sons in a village. The sons were strong and handsome and that made them very proud. They were idlers and spent most of their time roaming about in the village. They considered it below their dignity to work in the fields with their father. The poor father did his utinost to impress upon them the necessity of hard work but to no avail. He was very heartbroken at their behavior. “If they do not work, they will starve, “he thought. It was such a terrible thought for him as het. His sons did their best to save his life but he did not improve. At last the doctor told them that he was on the brink of death Even on his deathbed, the old farmer was thinking about his sons. Suddenly an idea came to his mind. He called all his sons and told them that he had buried all his wealth in his fields. But he did not tell them the exact location of the treasure and breathed his last. After his death, the sons went to the fields and began digging up the

The Wolf and the Lamb (300 Words)

Story 1 Once upon a time, a wolf was drinking water at a spring on a hillside. He saw a little lamb just beginning to drink water a little lower down. He thought the lamb a possible lunch and plan to seize it. Then he called out to the lamb; “How dare you muddle the water from which I am drinking?” The little creature replied, “Nay, master, nay if the water is muddy up there, I cannot be the cause of it, for it runs down from you to me.” “Well, then,” said the wolf, “why did you call me bad names this time last year?” The lamb replied, “That cannot be as I am only six months old.” “I don’t care,” The wolf snarled and said, “I don’t care, if it was your father,” and with that, he rushed upon the poor little lamb and ate her all up. The little creature was just crying.[the_ad id=”17141″] Story 2 Once upon a time, there was a bad wolf that lived in a forest. One day, he was drinking water from the upper side of the stream. He was very thirsty and hungry. He drank the water and looked here