Monthly Archives: April 2016

Essay – Improvements in health, education and trade are essential for the development of poorer nations. However, the governments of richer nations should take more responsibility for helping the poorer nations in such areas.

Improvements in health, education and trade are essential for the development of poorer nations. However, the governments of richer nations should take more responsibility for helping the poorer nations in such areas.

The development of any nation lies in the improvement of the health, education and trade of that country. Keeping good health keeps you mentally and physically fit which is essential for people to contribute towards their country.  It is said that the stronger the foundation, the stronger will be the building. Similarly education forms the base on which many talents have to be nourished. So an education with strong values and principles will form the groundwork, and shape a path for many able and genius scholars. Furthermore the trade is essential to keep up with the basic economic requirements of any country. The flourishing of business activities is directly proportional to the development of any nation.

Richer nations play a vital role in cultivating and prospering the poorer nations. Instead of giving grants and loans they can directly help the poorer nations in educating, training and developing business with them.  For Instance Cuba a small country is known for its world class health services. Strong network of health services in Cuba ensures that not only the citizens can reach the doctors anytime, but the doctors also visit every citizen for checkup twice a year.

When talking about education, Finland’s free and equal education for everybody is a typical example which demonstrates how any government can strengthen its education system. In addition to it, if you remember, Japan was devastated after Hiroshima & Nagasaki bombing.  Japan has emerged from a wrecked nation and built a world-class best public transport services, which has been the backbone of the trade in the country.

To conclude, the richer nations should act like a mentor and strengthen up the process of developing the poorer nation.

Contributed by Yogesh Parmar

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Essay – Right amount of motivation and practice can teach one better than the training given to him in classrooms by teachers.

Right amount of motivation and practice can teach one better than the training given to him in classrooms by teachers.

It is rightly said that we require a dose of motivation daily, like we require taking bath. Inspiration can move mountains. I totally agree that right amount of motivation and practice along with your education is very important for learning. Unless a person is not motivated enough, we cannot expect that he can imbibe whatever is taught to him. To get the best results from a student, a dedicated effort integrated with devoted practice brings out the best in him. To illustrate Mohammad Ali, the veteran boxer would practice so hard, imagining his opponent. His hunger to defeat his competitor blended with inspiration and undaunted practice will always get him a win.

Bechendari Pal (The first Indian to climb Mount Everest), Sachin Tendulkar the cricket icon, Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison and King Robert Bruce are few examples of the people who were never disappointed by their failures. They always motivated themselves and learned from their mistakes and bounced back with even more power.  

The quest for knowledge is enhanced, when powered with right motivation and ample practice. Stephen Hawking is a perfect example to demonstrate this, with all his body is paralyzed and only brain working, he is always motivated to move towards his next invention.

Lastly, I would like to conclude that any classroom training, if given with enthusiasm and inspiration will lay the foundation of a strong base on which the student can choose his favorite path and with ample amount of practice he can excel in any field.

Contributed by Yogesh Parmar

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Essay – Now days, the way many people interact with each other has changed because of the technology. In what ways has technology affected the type of relationships people make? Has this become a positive or a negative development?

Now days, the way many people interact with each other has changed because of the technology. In what ways has technology affected the type of relationships people make? Has this become a positive or a negative development?

There is no doubt that current technology has revolutionized our industry in many aspects. Our every day job is dependent upon technology. There are many advantages of using technology like easily accessible of online education, and it save time and money  but also there are many disadvantages too like it leads to addiction which has harmful effects on human life.

                Firstly, there is no question that with the help of technology our online education system has dramatically changed by providing education system in the remote part of the world. I have seen in the remote part of Africa where students are getting education by online access to computers where good roads, drinking water are a big challenge. Without the help of technology we can’t reach to these people physically. People can get online tutorial or teachers by sitting any part of the world where teacher or doctor sits in Bangalore and guide who is sitting thousands of mile away from them.

                Secondly, technology saves money and time in a big way. I remember few decades back agriculture was big challenge when we need to harvest our fields. It takes so much labor and time to get the job done but now days we have tractors and other equipments which harvest the fields in less money and time. Farmers can reach to market in less shorter time. It was not possible with the help of technology.

                Lastly, technology has also given bad habits to our society. In the recent news people spend so much time on computers which lead them to addiction and in turn people faces many problems like eye weakness, obesity and may others.

                In conclusion, there is no doubt that technology has transformed our lives but on the same time it made us dependable on it which makes has made harmful effects our society.

Contributed by Gaurav (Ambalawale).

 

 

Essay – “In a war of ideas, it is people who get killed”. Does a common man suffer from a group’s ideology? Express your opinion, and support the same with reasons and examples

Essay No. 1

“In a war of ideas, it is people who get killed”. Does a common man suffer from a group’s ideology? Express your opinion, and support the same with reasons and examples.

From the time immemorial, mankind has always been at war with each other owing to the difference in opinions, faith and beliefs. Two thousand years back Jesus Christ was tortured and crucified, just because of the clash of ideas between two sects. Many people henceforth have sacrificed their life owing to the differences, in the way of thinking. I truly agree that “In a war of ideas, it is people who get killed” because it is the common person and his family only who suffers the loss of life, money and resources. Further he is forced to live his life in fear and has to cope up with the after effects of the mass destruction.

It is commonly observed, that in any riots which occur due to the hatred of the each other’s religious faith, it is the common man who loses his life. The partition of India and Pakistan in 1947 is an perfect example to illustrate how the country was divided on the basis of difference in ideology of few people led to the massacre of common people.

Further, the 9/11 attacks on the world trade centre in U.S clearly exhibited a dogma framed by one man and declared it to be an eternal truth.  It was the life of 3000 common people who were killed and their families have been suffering and living in fear henceforth.

Finally, the aftermath of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, atomic bombing is not hidden from anyone. Generations after generations are bearing the brunt, in form of deformities in children. We can say that due to the selfish interests of few people, the common man has always suffered.

Contributed by Yogesh Parmar

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Essay No. 2

“In a war of ideas, it is people who get killed”. Does a common man suffer from a group’s ideology? Express your opinion, and support the same with reasons and examples

Every individual have different views, ideas and opinions. The clash of ideas always results in violence. So it is quite true that “in the war of ideas, it is a person who get killed” as common people lose their life, mass destruction of their society and they lives in a fear of death.

Two groups of people fight with each other to show that their idea is superior which results in losing in the life of common people and the family members who are  left behind ,suffers. As can be seen in the year 1984 in India, there were riots in Delhi between Hindu and Punjabi community and lots of innocent people were killed.

Secondly, people can go to any extent in order to prove their beliefs and faiths. People act in rage and often forget the consequences of their activities which cause the destruction of the society.  As a well know example, the nuclear attack in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, in which both the cities were destroyed completely and no one survived  in that attack. Till now the effect of that nuclear bombing can be seen in the new generation in form of genetic deformities.

Lastly, due to the war like environment the people near the surroundings always lives in a fear of losing their life. For Instance, at India and Pakistan border there are always some violence clashes going on and because of which the civilians living near the border areas always lives in a terror that anytime a war can occur.

From the evidences observed in the history, we can say that due to few people’s personal interests and beliefs, common man has always been suppressed and suffered.

Contributed by Sahil Arora

 

Essay – Information revolution has changed the way of mass communications and had some negative and positive effects on individual lives as well as on society. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Information revolution has changed the way of mass communications and had some negative and positive effects on individual lives as well as on society. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Information revolution has changed our life drastically, as it has made roads to all walks of life. Undoubtedly it has changed the way of mass communication which has its own pros and cons. I agree with this statement that it has negative and positive effect on the person as well as the society because of easily access of information, get expert opinion, less wastage of time and on contrary, misuse of information and spreading rumors.

The first and foremost, due to information revolution of mass media, people can have easy access to information on any topic as it is available just a click away because of internet. Moreover, one can get any expert opinion about the information. Also, getting information fast saves a lot of time because everything is available online. For example, few decades ago we can use the library physically and read books and find any information, but now time has changed now in 21st century, we can access all the books, blogs, and information on our computer or television.

Every coin has two sides, so the information can also be abused. It can mislead people and can cause damage to society. Moreover, people misuse information and that can leads to rumors and even create violence. For instance, information or posts on social media like Face book and Twitter are unsafe as it can create problems in the on the name on religion or anything. Furthermore, wrong elements of society can use information in an inappropriate way like making bombs, guns.

In a nutshell, we can say that society should use the electronic information for the betterment of the society as a whole. If person have any doubt about any information then he should confirm first with Right to Information Act, before taking any action.

Contributed by Vipul Sharma

 

Essay-The only thing that interferes with my learning is my education: Einstein. what does he mean by that and do you think he is correct.

“The only thing that interferes with my learning is my education”: Einstein. What does he mean by that and do you think he is correct?

Albert Einstein, Abraham Lincoln, William Shakespeare, Steve Jobs, Henry Ford are the few examples of successful people who were school dropouts and became successful in their lives. They all learned by themselves, and never let education hinder their ways of learning. “The only thing that interferes with my learning is my education” as quoted by Einstein means that the educational institutes restrict the fertile mind of a young student, by not able to utilize it in a proper manner. Formal education impedes the creativity of a child and does not allow building imagination. I think that Einstein has quoted rightly because to realize one’s true potential, one should follow his instincts, nurture it and finally reap the harvest of it.

The successful persons in this world have been truly following their passion, and nothing has been able to stop them. To illustrate this, Dhirubhai Ambani an Indian business tycoon, who was an illiterate, founded the Reliance Group of Industries just through his imagination and sheer iron will. Today Reliance Industries is a Fortune 500 company. Similarly Sachin Tendulkar an Indian cricket icon has nurtured his passion for the game. He did nothing else but played cricket. Thus he attained the feat which no other batsman has been able to achieve it.

Finally, we can say that one does not need to inculcate all the knowledge he comes across, instead, imbibe the skills which are relevant to him, and become proficient.

Contributed by Yogesh Parmar

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Essay -2

The only thing that interferes with my learning is my education: Einstein. what  does he mean by that and do you think he is correct.

One of the prerequisite of life is education. Learning and education are directly related to each other. When a person learn something and he get the certificate that process is known as education. Undoubtedly, the only thing that interfere in students learning, is education because pressure of career, education system and family expectation.

The first and foremost priority in person’s life in current era is education, but to get education person have to be dedicated towards learning. There is a lot of competition  in every field, which gives lot pressure to the students to choose their appropriate career. However, there is a huge drawback in our education system as well. For example, the knowledge of subjects like History, Physics and Chemistry is not applied in all professions, but students have to learn these subjects, which gives birth to the problem in their learning process.

A common phenomenon as seen in today’s world, is that the, students give up their interest due to family expectations and family pressure. Parents should allow their child to choose the career by his own choice because if he has interest and passion to do something then he can win the world. On the other hand if parents force their child to adopt certain path against the child’s wish, then  it can lead to dissatisfaction and eventually failure in the long run. One typical example is Sachin Tendulkar, who is the world’s greatest batsman and he chose his profession of cricket because it was his passion, and he did not deter away from it. His perseverance and keen interest in the game brought out the best in him with the full support  from his parents . Had he been indulged in some other activity, we would have not been able to watch this great master blaster.

To encapsulate, education is a smaller segment of learning, as the learning process continues till his last breath. Therefore, students should choose their desired profession without feeling pressure from parents and society. Moreover, government should also take some steps which can be implemented in the school and that leads to the motivation of  students.  

By Vipul Sharma

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