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Q.31 You are General Kanpur Senior Secondary School, Kanpur celebrate ‘ No Tobacco Day’ on 4th September Write a report in 100-125 words on the activities performed for your school newsletter. You Shobita/Sameer, cultural Secretary of your school. Invent the necessary details.
ANS. NO TOBACCO DAY
REPORT BY: SAMEER (Cultural Secretary)
4th June 20xx was celebrated as, ‘No Tobacco Day’ by our school. An interesting and educative programme was organised to highlight, the evil effects of tobacco on human body. The programme was inaugurated by the Director of Education. Students had exhibited pictures, posters and cartoons depicting the harms of smoking. A demonstration was presented to highlight the miserable state of tobacco addicts. The message ‘No Smoking’ and ‘Smoking is injurious to health’ were preached quit overtly. Then, the school doctor gave an illuminating discourse, on the harms caused by tobacco. He used slides, graphs and pictures to illuminate his talk. A short film, was also screened to drive home the menace caused by tobacco smoking or chewing. The plight of the patients of cancer, caused by tobacco, made us shudder. We, resolved not to smoke or chew tobacco.
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Q.32 As a staff reporter of The Times of India, Delhi, you are asked to cover an incident of daylight robbery on the outskirts of Delhi, While the inmates were present in the house. Write a report in 100-125 words.
ANS. A DAYLIGHT ROBBERY
REPORT: XYZ (TOI, CORRESPONDENT)
New Delhi: 2nd March, 20xx
A daring daylight robbery occurred today in the house of Mr. William at 2:00 p.m. After lunch, the inmates were enjoying their afternoon siesta, when a group of marked young men entered the house from the roof top. At first, they shut all the doors from inside and bolted the main gate from within. They cut off the telephone connection and then pointed their gun at the chest of Mr. William and demanded the keys of the safe, in which ornaments, cash, valuables and other important documents were kept. The head of the family, was helpless and had to submit. According, to Mr. William the robbers decamped with all the cash and jewellery they could when a sudden knock, at the main gate by postman made, the robbers beat a hasty retreat. Thank, God, there was no loss of life. Personal rivalry is assumed to be one of the motives behind the crime.
Q.33 Your school has arranged a musical night in the school auditorium. Write a report in 100-125 words on this programme, for your school magazine. You are Mahima/Mahesh, Cultural Secretary of Vasant Vihar Public School, Itarsi. Invent the details.
ANS. MUSICAL NIGHT
20TH October, 2014
Vasant Vihar Public School, Itarsi had arranged a musical night in the school auditorium last week. The chief guest of the function was none other than very popular singer Mr. Abhijeet. Our Principal, honorable Mr. M.P. Sharma welcomed him with bouquet and garland of roses. The auditorium was jam packed. The theme of the programme was the fusion of the Indian and Western music. One could see the exuberant enthusiasm of the budding artists while performing. In the category of 10-15 years, the children grasped the attention of the audience most as they played the musical instruments themselves and entertained the crowd with their line-up songs. The old songs caught the attention of the public more than the new ones. The function concluded with the song sung by Mr. Abhijeet on the demand of public.
Mahima (Cultural Secretary)
Vasant Vihar Public School, Itarsi