Diary Entry For Class 9 Page 1
Class 9 Diary Entry
I. You are going on a school picnic with your classmate and teachers. You are so excited. The night before the trip you sit down to write your diary. Describe what you have planned for the picnic-and how you hope to enjoy yourself there. You are Ramesh. Write sour dairy in 100-150 words. [Class 9 Diary Entry]
Friday, 14 October 20XX
I am very excited tonight. I am going on a picnic tomorrow with my classmates. Some of our teachers will also accompany us. We have been planning for this trip ever since our Principal gave us permission a month ago.
We are going to Lodhi Park. It has a large ground where children can run and play freely. My mother has made a dozen sandwiches and a cake for me. My friends will also be bringing some food, and we shall all share, cat and play. For me, it’s like a dream come true as I had been longing to visit the park since long. I am so much looking forward to it.
I feel I just cannot go to sleep tonight! keep imagining all the fun that we are going to have tomorrow. But my mother warned toe that if I do not go to sleep now. I might fall asleep at the picnic.
So. good night!
2. You are Naresh. You happened to go to Agra in a crowded bus on a hot summer day. Record your experience in 100-150 words in your diary.
Wednesday, 10 October 20XX
Today I had the bitterest experience of my life. I never had such an awful experience in my life. I had gone to Agra for an urgent work. There were very few buses running today as most of them had been put on Election duty. I waited for two hours at the bus stop to get into the bus. It was much crowded. People were pushing each other. Luggage was falling over people. The bus was more than full to its capacity. There were brawls, even fist fighting which was somehow brought under control by the timely intervention of some elderly passengers. I somehow managed to get some space for myself. It was really difficult to even breathe for me. Everyone was sweating. After the journey of two hours, I came out of the bus and took a sigh of relief.
I will never forget this journey in my life.
3. You are Neha. Today is your birthday and your father has gifted you It laptop. You are very happy to own it as you wanted to have for a long time. Before going to bed you intend to share your joy with your diary, Write a diary entry. in 100-150 words expressing your feeling.
Tuesday, 19 October 20XX
My joy knows no bounds today. It is my birthday and my father has given me a portable laptop as a gift. 11 is like a dream come true as I wanted to posses one for a long time. Now I would be able to browse necessary information that I could not find in library. I can’t thank my father enough for the gift that he has given. He has never deprived us of anything in life.
Now, I can communicate with people through email and even chat with my friends. I can play games during my leisure time. Although, it is a small thing it holds the entire world. I hope I am able to use this gift effectively. Internet today can make us global. So, it has great relevance in today, world.
4. You are Ashish living in Delhi. You had to attend a wedding ceremony in Mumbai. Your fatter you there by airplane. you are very excited as it was your first journey 1), plane.. Write a entry In 100-150 words sharing your experience. [Class 9 Diary Entry]
Thursday, October 2, 20XX
I wish to share with you the excitement of my first flight to Mumbai. As it was my first experience, I was a bit nervous.
On Monday, we hoarded the huge aircraft where an airhostess greeted us with a smile. 1 occupied the window seat to enjoy my flight. As our plane took off I felt relaxed. When I looked down everything appeared to be very small.
It was so picturesque that if I were a poet I would have composed a poem. I was enjoying every moment of my journey.
After about two hours, we landed at the Mumbai airport. Before landing at the airport, I looked down to see the largest slums of Asia, ‘Dharavi slums’ about which I had heard so often from my father, Mumbai airport really looked amazing. I along with family also bought a few chocolates from the shop.
It was a great adventure in my life.
5. A peaceful protest march was launched by students all over India against the growing crime against women in the capital city. All the news channels gave wide coverage to the rally inviting different opinions on the issue. Make it diary entry in 100-150 words expressing your feelings on the same.
March 23, 20XX, Home
Friday, 10:30 p.m.
Assaults against women, especially the young ones, have become the norm of the day. First, Jessica Lal and then saves of others have become the target of the brutality of twisted minds. Cases of rapes, dowry deaths, eve teasing, abductions, burning of bodies keep increasing by the day. These is hardly any field where women are not abused or exploited. Girls are viewed as liabilities and boys as assets and insurance for the parents’ old age. The youth has to bring in the change. The steps taken by the masses, especially the university students arc wake up call in the right direction. Where authorities fail. public protests of this kind will go a long way in doing justice to all the victims and pressurise the judicial system to book the culprits.
6. You recently participated in the All India CBSE National Quiz Competition and reached the finals. The final round tans telecast over the national channel where you and your leant won the spa Describe your feelings in 100-150 words through a diary entry.
Wednesday, May I I, 20XX
Home, 10:30 p.m.
We were excited as our team was among the four finalists at the All India CBSE National Quiz Competition, 20XX. This was an eagerly awaited moment because the final round was being telecast live on the national channel. Truly it was a juncture when we would have to test our worth, even as we strengthened our scores. The start was uneventful and pallid. But in the ‘super-fast’ round, our luck, and presence of mind, helped us come up with the right answers in record time. With faces beaming in jubilation we walked up to receive the trophy as the blinding lights of cameras flashed around. The event became the most-visited programme of the year, as there were numerous telecasts of our moment of triumph.
7. You recently attend. a wedding. The ostentatious display of wealth made you reflect on the disparity existing in society. Make a diary entry in 100-1150 words expressing your feelings. [Class 9 Diary Entry]
Thursday, May 13, 20XX
Home, 11:00 p.m.
The city’s glitterati were in attendance as the bridegroom descended on the wedding grounds from a helicopter. The bride, accompanied by brothers and cousins, arrived on a bejewelled carpet to garland her Prince Charming. A procession of horses and camels lined the route. The gentlemen sported liveried regalia while ladies shimmered in diamonds. In contrast, the basti beyond, was plunged in darkness, its half-clad residents squatting on charpoys pulled out to gape at the proceedings next door. This was a crass and heart-rending image of disparity that made me even more resolute to do my bit for the less fortunate, taking from those with plenty to satisfy those that lack even the bare necessities. Yes, I’d work to reduce this stark difference in lifestyles. I would want to bridge the gap between the ‘haves’ and ‘have nots’. I would want to return it to the society by helping these down trodden and under privileged people.
8. You won the Best Student Award this year. Make a diary entry in 100-150 words expressing your feelings. You can take help from the given hints.
Hints : Best Student Award for excellence in studies as well as achievement in co-curricular activities. Joy knows no bounds —parents have promised a scooty/bicycle. Friends and teachers appreciate—proud moment.
February 12, 20XX, Thursday
School 11:15 a.m.
The School Assembly held 15 05500005 the winner of the Best Student Award, felt uneventful as I felt I was a non-contender. My lethargic half-hearted attention, was rudely shaken awake when some classmates simply picked toe up on their shoulders and raced to the podium. When the news sank in, loam rings before my eyes. I mumbled a quick ‘Thank you sir’, as the Principal shook hands with me.
A surge of happiness surged in when I saw the gear-fitted racing bike on the doorstep of our flat. I hugged my parents, strapped on the helmet and was off to the nearby velodrome for my first cycle racing lesson. How can I ever forget this memorable day of sty life! The moment of pride, smiles on my parents’ faces will always remain etched in my mod. I have now been chosen as the Head Boy of my school and 1 most to be an inspiration to all the junior students.
9. A group of fifteen students from your class recently went to Rashtrapati Bhavan to meet the President. Write your joyous experience through a diary entry in 100-150 words.
Saturday, January 26, 20XX
Home, 11:05 p.m.
As a team member of the special invitees honoured with India’s Bravery Award, the high point of our felicitations included a visit to Rashtrapati Bhavan and an audience with the President of India. As soon as we entered the premises, I was struck by the imperial and awe-inspiring façade of the building and its plush interiors. The President congratulated us. We then posed for a group photo with the dignitary and thereafter gorged ourselves on the delicious spread of eats. Finally, I walked up to the President and requested him for his autograph. The evening ended with a guided tour of the Mughal Gardens, making the visit a memorable and enriching experience to be savoured for the rest of my life. That moment of honour to be with the President of India, the ever beautiful Mughal Gardens — the whole experience has changed me for the better as a person!
10. Imagine you went to a beach in Goa for vacations. You did a water scooter ride. You also learnt a few tips on the water scooter ride. Write a diary entry, in about 100-450 words, sharing your experience using the visual given.
Monday, 30th April, 20XX
Dear Diary, I’m sharing with you how I enjoyed my vacation in Goa. I had heard a lot about its lovely beaches, historical churches and all the exciting water sports activities. It was a dream come true when I got to know that our tickets were booked to go to Goa. On reaching there, I was mesmerised by the beauty of the beaches, the vast expanse of greenish-blue clear water and the waves that crashed on the sand into milky white foam. I just couldn’t wait to jump into the saline water. We spent endless hours on the beach.
I went on a water scooter ride with my brother. The experience was exhilarating. Though I was scared, it was a jaw-dropping experience altogether. We visited all the churches and tasted the sea food delicacies too. I didn’t want the vacation to end, but we had to return after four days.
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