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What is Essay writing?


→An essay is a piece of writing in which many paragraphs are connected logically, and they work as a unit to convey one central theme. It is written on the basis of several pieces of information and the author’s opinion about a specific topic.


General rules of Essay  writing→

·        While writing an essay, think about the topic before you start writing.


·        Gather all ideas about it including all the information you have, and your opinions, and arrange them in a sequence.


·        First, write the introductory sentences to tell about the main idea.


·        The body of the essay should discuss all the relevant points related to the topic with a brief explanation.


·        In the end, the concluding sentences should confirm the goal of the essay.



Online classes during covid-19 pandemic

As a new difficulty begets a new opportunity, the same happens to our education. When COVID-19 entered the entire world in the disguise of a demon, all people were compelled to confine themselves within the four walls of a room. It was the time when all were worried about their kids and their education. At last, all the schools decided to provide education online mode. 

During covid-19 pandemic online teaching was implemented in every corner of the world except a few places where poor network connectivity and poor infrastructure of school became an unbeatable barrier in the way of education. With the help of online education students could continue their studies, and most of the parents were filled with a ray of hope. Though students used Zoom, Google Meet, Whatsapp, and YouTube to communicate with their teachers and solve their questions, many difficulties were faced in terms of internet connectivity. Gradually, students along with teachers got habituated to online classes which took less time than the time needed to learn in a traditional classroom, but many students got themselves addicted to smartphones, laptops, and smart TVs to a great extent that they were engulfed in the wrong track of technology. Online examinations were held to motivate students to learn, but many of the students learned how to use unfair means to get good marks in the examination. Many students used ‘E-learning’, recorded videos, and TV channels to enhance their knowledge, but a few students left their studies and played online games.

It was the time when students, parents, and teachers were concerned about their studies and waiting for the reopening of schools restlessly.

During covid-19 pandemic online classes enriched students with a light of knowledge, but it could not replace physical classes. Online classes harmed a few students as they misused internet connectivity to play games and chat with friends, but it became the greatest boon for those students who aspired to education.



Success and Happiness

Most of us believe success means what we want, and happiness means enjoying our success. According to this definition, success and happiness are interconnected and build reciprocal relationships with each other. Thus, people run after name, fame, and money which are considered marks of success, but a large number of them get tired of success and fail to feel happiness.

 In reality, happiness is a mental state in which we feel satisfied with everything we have. Undoubtedly, success plays a vital role in shaping our destiny, and it influences our happiness. It impacts our lives along with our livelihood. So we need to fulfill our goals and taste success which is a part of happiness, but success only cannot determine happiness. Happiness depends on our approach, the way we live every moment, and how we face the challenges of life. Again, if we spend our time in search of entertainment and what we like, we consider entertainment as happiness. This way we destroy our huge time aimlessly, and face trouble and turmoil in life. So discipline, satisfaction, and peace are essential components of happiness. If we are happy, we succeed in fulfilling our goals. On the other hand, successful people are not always happy. So it can be said that happiness leads us to the ladder of success, but success does not bring happiness always.

 Hence, we should not destroy happiness by chasing only success and we should not hamper success to realize happiness. Hence, we need to have the responsibility of making a balance between success and happiness which are equally important to shape our destiny.



Impact of Social Media on Education

The modern age is the age of social media. It enriches education with audio-visual aids and innovative learning tools. Because of the bliss of Internet connectivity students browse so many apps such as Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter in their daily lives. Many poor students earn money by creating content on social media platforms and continuing their studies. With the help of a single click, students learn complicated theories easily from excellent teachers through social media platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, etc. This way social media helps many studious and diligent students who can not afford the expenses of study materials and private tutors. On the other hand, many students waste their time browsing social media platforms and watch time-consuming unnecessary content aimlessly. Even a few students get addicted to social media in such a way that their parents need to consult a psychiatrist to get their children rid of their smartphones. So social media influence education as a boon or curse simultaneously, depending upon the students who use it.


Independence Day in India

Every year we celebrate Independence Day in India on the 15th of August across the country with pride and joy. On this day the national flag is hoisted in every corner of our country with pride, and every Indian sings our national song with great devotion and enthusiasm. The tricolor – saffron, white, and green are reflected in dresses, rangolis, boutonnieres, and each ribbon we use on this day. Students of different age groups participate in singing patriotic songs, dancing, recitation, and parades in every school, college, and other educational institutes. Our Prime Minister hoists the national flag at the Red Fort in New Delhi, and many cultural programs are also held there. This day makes us feel the values of unity and diversity and reminds us of all the great contributions of our freedom fighters who fought and sacrificed their lives with the spirit of patriotism and unity to end the colonial rule of the British.