Rajasthan Board RBSE Class 12 English Literature Report Writing

What is a report?
एक Report अभिव्यक्ति का वह माध्यम है जिसमें कोई सूचना या जानकारी सामान्यतया लिखित रूप में उस व्यक्ति या संस्था को उपलब्ध कराई जाती है जो इसे चाहता है । Report का स्वरूप इस प्रकार का होना चाहिये कि इसे प्राप्त करने वाला व्यक्ति इसके द्वारा आसानी से वे जल्दी से जानकारी प्राप्त कर सके।

Some Solved Examples of Report

Question 1.
Imagine that you are Aniket, a newspaper reporter. Write a report in about 150200 words on the strictness of the city police against the touts who harass the tourists. Police have arrested 12 person so far.
Tough time for touts: 12 held for harassing tourists in city
25 December 20 —

by Aniket

Haridwar: Police and the tourist department got hard with touts who harass tourists in the city. Police arrested over a dozen of them on Wednesday and Thursday.

According to Tourist Assistance Force (TAF) officials, a campaign is being carried out against city touts.

“We have arrested 12 touts from different areas of the city while they were harassing foreign tourists,” an official said.

“There are a lot of habitual offenders’ among touts. They are being identified and a database is being prepared,” the officer said. TAF will also make sure the touts are released only on certified bonds. In case of repeated violation, they could be booked under more punitive laws. Currently, there are 50 ex-servicemen working for TAF. They are deputed at tourist spots, but they often find themselves at the receiving end of the touts. Nothing was done against attackers in instances when hawkers attacked them.

“Earlier, TAF used to round up the touts and handed them over to the police. They were then booked under Section 151 of CRPC but were released the very next day. Now, they won’t be able to get away with mild punishment anymore,” the official added.

Question 2.
As a reporter of Rajasthan Patrika, write a report in 150 to 200 words on the burning train.
The Burning Train
25 June 20 — Ratlam

by Nitesh

Passengers of the Mumbai-Delhi Rajdhani Express had a narrow escape on Monday, when three of its coaches caught fire as the train was passing through Rajasthan.

The driver managed to stop the train in time at Thuria station and passengers of the burning cuaches were helped to safety.

The fire was noticed soon after the train, the Rajdhani Express had passed Alot station at 2.15 a.m.

By the time the train was stopped at Thuria, the flames, which had started from the pantry coach, had spread to the two adjoining AC three-tier coaches -B6 and B7.

The sleeping passengers were promptly woken up and helped to get off the train. No one was injured, but most of the luggage was burnt.

Garima Jindal, a passenger, said, “We were fast asleep when suddenly someone announced that a fire had broken out. Initially, we thought he was joking, but then everybody started running.” “We came out before the fire could spread,” said another passenger. “The driver took the right decision, else the blaze could have been massive.”

Firefighters managed to control the blaze after nearly two hours. The two burnt coaches were detached at Thuria. Railway authorities have announced an ex-gratia of 5,000 to each passenger of the two coaches.

Question 3.
Write a report in 150 to 200 words on the unawareness of the people about hepatitis infection and concern showed by the doctors of SMS Jaipur.
Many unaware of hepatitis infection –

by Tanishq

23 July 20–, Jaipur

Many with Hepatitis are unaware they have got the virus. Claiming that Hepatitis B and C are life-threatening liver diseases, city doctors said on World Hepatitis Day that they examined 100 people, but found 80 of them not vaccinated against hepatitis and five were infected with the virus and they were unaware of it.

Also from samples collected at all the 85 recognized blood banks in the state, it was found that from April 20 — to March 20–, there were 6,965 people who were tested positive for Hepatitis B and they were unaware of it as they tried to donate blood. They could not do so as it would have transmitted the disease to the needy patient.

Similarly, for Hepatitis C, the figures were not so high, but 1,073 people were found infected with the Hepatitis C virus and they were not aware of it. They were tested positive when they donated blood. The blood banks rejected their blood and destroyed the samples.

Experts claim that 5% of people in the state are infected with Hepatitis B and C. The situation is not too alarming, but they claim that there is a need to create awareness of the disease among the people.

Question 4.
You are Beena/Biju. As a special correspondent of a leading daily, you have to write a report in 150 to 200 words on good oral hygiene for overall well-being
Good oral hygiene is essential for overall well-being
26 December 20 –, Kota

by Beena/Biju

There’s more to oral hygiene than just brushing your teeth. Here’s why it’s important and how to get it right.

Good oral health and a beautiful smile can enhance one’s confidence. Good oral hygiene implies that the teeth are clean; the gums are pink and do not bleed and absence of bad breath. Dental hygiene can pave the way for a healthier life.

Unfortunately, many people do not pay attention to oral hygiene due to busy stressful lifestyle, change in diets from tough fibrous food to soft refined food and increased incidence of systemic disorders.

Gum diseases caused by poor oral hygiene have been linked to systemic diseases, like cardiovascular diseases, stroke, pre-term delivery of babies and diabetes mellitus.

Diabetes and gum diseases have a two-way relationship. Uncontrolled diabetes leads to increased production of harmful substances in the blood, which have a destructive effect on gums. Similarly, products released due to gum disease cause an elevation in blood glucose level, which may require more medication or insulin. So, maintenance of good oral health by a diabetic can actually lower his/her dosage. Bacterial toxins from gum disease enter the bloodstream and contribute to blockage of a blood vessel, resulting in cardiac arrest and stroke.

Question 5.
Write a report in 150 to 200 words on a motorcycle burnt to ashes.
Some Motorcycles Burnt to Ashes
18 August 20–, Agency News

At Lalgarh, a fire broke out in Hero Honda show-room at 3.00 a.m. 51 motorcycles, auto-parts and computers were burnt to ashes. Fire brigade reached from Dausa and Sawai Madhopur. They controlled fire with great difficulty in about five hours. It is estimated that there is a loss of fifty lack rupees. It is expected that the cause of the fire might be short-circuited.

The police reported that after noticing fire in Asashi Motors, the neighbours informed the owner of the showroom, Mr Ishwar Lal. Till the arrival of the fire brigade, the villagers tried their best to control the fire with the help of water carried in the water tanker. But it was not sufficient. It was a huge fire. The fire brigade reached there after two hours. They controlled fire with great difficulty. Till now, fifty-one bikes, two hundred registrations, three computers and auto parts costing lakhs of rupees have been completely burnt.

The owner is in great shock.

Question 6.
Write a report to the postmaster in about 150-200 words about the missing of a money order which has not been yet received.
203 Gopal Pura
12 August 20
The Post Master
General Post Office
M. G. Road

I want to bring to your kind notice that I sent a money order of * 500/- to my brother at village Deeg under Postal Receipt No. 02233 of Mansarover Post office, Jaipur, on 10 July 20 –. I sent it to him to purchase some books. He urgently needed those books. I was sure that he would have got the money order, but I was shocked to know when I received a phone call from my brother yesterday that the money order has not reached yet. It shows carelessness on the part of your department. You know it very well that it is the age of technology. On the one hand, we can send money to anybody by NEFT or RTGS. We can transfer money at the very moment, but on the other hand, your department has failed to send money in a month. I hope that an enquiry will be conducted in the case and I’ll be informed about the proceedings.

Yours faithfully
Lal Chand Soni

Question 7.
Write a report in about 150-200 words against the rude behaviour of the clerk of State Bank of India.
123 Adarsh Nagar
12 March 20–
The Manager

It is to draw your kind attention to the rude behaviour of Mr R. K. Soni, the cashier of your bank. We have so many complaints against him. Whenever we approach his counter, we have to stand for hours to get the amount because he is often found either out or indulged in chatting. He can be seen talking on phone or another person present there in the bank. We wait for him for a long time but he doesn’t seem to pay attention to the customers. Whenever we request him, he starts behaving in a rude manner, particularly with the customers. When he makes payment, he does not care for priority. He doesn’t make any logical system of paying so that nobody has to stand in queue and wait for his number standing at the window. It is hoped that you will personally look into the matter and redress the situation.

Yours faithfully

Question 8.
Your bicycle has been stolen in the market. Lodge a report of theft of the bicycle with the Police Station.
Kundla Road
25 Janaury 20–
The Station Head Officer
Police Station

I seek to lodge a report that today at about 2.00 p.m. on Station Road my bicycle has been stolen. I went to Shree Nath Store, to buy Excellent English Course Class XII, but I forgot to lock the cycle. I put the bicycle before the store and went into the store. I made some purchases there. When I returned, I found my bicycle missing. I was shocked and puzzled. I asked everybody, but all in vain. Nobody knew about the bicycle. They told me that they had not seen my bicycle and they had not seen anybody riding away the bicycle.

My bicyle was red. It was Atlas Goldline Super Delux, 22 inch. The number of its body is VC 25840032432. It has a carrier also.

An urgent action to investigate the theft is solicited.

Yours faithfully
Salamat Ali (Fojdar)

Question 9.
Write a report on a terrible road accident in about 150-200 words.
Report on a terrible road accident
December 21, 20….

A terrible road accident took place at Jaipur-Ajmer Highway yesterday. A private bus coming from Ajmer collided a private car bound for Ajmer.

Habibullah who was the driver of the private car was seriously wounded. Observing his serious condition, some pedestrians, being excited, began to break the bus. The bus driver was lucky. After the accident he fled away.

The police came and cooled down the situation. They seized the bus and filed a case against the owner of the bus.. In the meantime, the car driver was about to die. He was taken to the nearby hospital. He was hospitalized at emergency unit. But after sometime, he died.

The police are investigating the case. Though the bus owner and the driver have not yet been arrested, the police are hopeful to solve the case successfully and taking drastic action against the criminals.

Question 10.
Write a report on ‘A Panel Discussion about Brain Drain’ in about 150-200 words.
Report on Panel Discuission about Brain Drain

Ajmer, 19 Dec, 20– “The Problem of Brain Drain could be tackled very easily with the willing cooperation of students”. This was the finding of the students who listened to the panel discussion at the St. Paul’s college, Ajmer.

Inaugurating the Discussion, Dr. Charan Thomas, Dean of Career studies, M.D. University, said that the new Economic policy could provide avenues to the unemployed youth of the country. 150 students from across the state were benefited out of the panel discussion. Birla, an Industrialist from Ajmer, Hari Prakash, a Psychologist, Kiran, a Professor of M.D. University were the members of the panel and the panel discussion was followed by a Brain Storming session of “issues before the nation” moderated by Sri. J.A. Kumavat, Professor of Delhi University. In the post-lunch session, the participants had a group discussion on various issues related to Brain Drain.

Question 11.
Write a report on “Annual Function of your School.”
A Report on School Annual Function
Agra, January 5

Our school celebrated its founding day by organizing a grand annual function in the school auditorium on December 30.

All students, their parents, teachers and staff and other respected invitees attended the function.

The programme started upon the arrival of the chief guest, the District Magistrate of Agra at 11 a.m. The proceedings began with welcoming speech delivered by the principal. This was followed by a short speech by the chairman of the school’s managing committee in which he spoke of the school’s eventful journey and achievements in the last two decades since its establishment in 1995.

Then followed a number of dance, song and cultural performances which were beautifully persented and entertained the audience.

The chief guest delivered his inspiring speech which urged the students to do their best and bring honour to the school, their family and the country.

Finally, the school band played the national anthem and the function ended at 1:30 am. Sweets and refreshment were served to all those present and the day ended on a happy note.

विद्यालय के वार्षिक समारोह पर एक रिपोर्ट
आगरा जनवरी 5

हमारे विद्यालय में अपना स्थापना दिवस दिसम्बर, 30 को विद्यालय प्रेक्षागृह में एक भव्य वार्षिक समारोह सम्पन्न कर मनाया।

सभी विद्यार्थियों, उनके माता-पिता, शिक्षकगण व कर्मचारियों तथा अन्य सम्मानित अतिथियों की समारोह में उपस्थिति रही। कार्यक्रम मुख्य अतिथि, आगरा के जिलाधिकारी के आगमन के साथ 11 बजे आरम्भ हुआ। शुरुआत, प्रधानाध्यापक के स्वागत भाषण से हुई। तत्पश्चात् विद्यालय की प्रबन्धन समिति के अध्यक्ष का छोटा भाषण हुआ जिसमें उन्होंने विद्यालय की शानदार यात्रा व उसकी अनेक उपलब्धियों का उल्लेख किया जो उसकी वर्ष 1995 में स्थापना के बाद प्राप्त की।

इसके बाद अनेक नृत्य, गाने व सांस्कृतिक प्रस्तुतियाँ हुयीं, जो बड़ी सुन्दरता से की गई व जिन्होंने दर्शकों को मनोरंजन किया।

मुख्य अतिथि ने अपना प्रेरणादायक भाषण दिया जिसमें उन्होंने विद्यार्थियों से अपना सर्वश्रेष्ठ प्रयास करने का आवाहन किया जिससे वे विद्यालय, अपने परिवार व देश का सम्मान बढ़ा सकें।

अन्ततः विद्यालय के बैण्ड ने राष्ट्रगान बजाया व समारोह 1:30 बजे समाप्त हुआ। सभी उपस्थित लोगों को मिठाइयाँ व जलपान दिया गया व दिन एक प्रसन्न अवस्था में समाप्त हुआ।

Question 12.
Write a report on hazards of smoking in about 150-200 words.
A Report on Hazards of Smoking

The habit of smoking, especially in youngsters, has assumed alarming proportions in India. Adolescents take up smoking as recreation and soon fall into this great harmful habit. A recent survey done by World Health Organization revealed that the number of regular smokers in the age group of 17 to 25 has gone up by about 15 per cent in the last decade. The WHO report estimated the cost of de-addiction and medical treatment of smokers at 700 crores annually. The percentage of smokers in urban and rural areas is almost the same and deaths due to smoking-related diseases have been put at almost 2.5 million annually.

Students, young professionals, workers and agricultural labourers are some sections that are more prone to the habit of smoking.

Passive smoking has also became a major health hazard for non-smokers like children and women.

A recent law has banned smoking in public places and workplaces and penalties have been imposed on violaters. Huge profits made by tobacco companies and the income obtained by the government through excise duty on tobacco products has prevented a complete ban on tobacco products; however awareness drives should be initiated to educate the youth about the fatal effects of smoking on their health.

धूम्रपान के दुष्प्रभावों पर एक रिपोर्ट
भारत में धूम्रपान की आदत, विशेषकर युवा वर्ग में खतरनाक आयाम ले चुकी है। नवयुवक मनोरंजन के लिए धूम्रपान करने लगते हैं व जल्द की इस अत्यन्त हानिकारक आदत के शिकार हो जाते हैं। विश्व स्वास्थ्य संगठन द्वारा किये एक हाल के सर्वेक्षण से ज्ञात हुआ है कि पिछले एक दशक में 17 से 25 वर्ष के आयु वर्ग में धूम्रपान करने वालों की संख्या लगभग 15 प्रतिशत बढ़ी है। इस report ने इस आदत से मुक्ति पाने व इससे होने वाले रोगों के इलाज का खर्च १ 700 करोड़ प्रति वर्ष ऑका है। शहरी एवं ग्रामीण इलाकों में धूम्रपान करने वलों की संख्या लगभग समान है व धूम्रपान-सम्बन्धित रोगों से मरने वालों की वार्षिक संख्या 25 लाख बतायी गयी है।

विद्यार्थी, युवा बुद्धिजीवी, कामगार व कृषि मजदूर कुछ ऐसे वर्ग है जिनमें धूम्रपान की आदत अधिक पायी गयी है। अप्रत्यक्ष धूम्रपान भी धूम्रपान न करने वालों-जैसे बच्चों व महिलाओं के लिए एक गम्भीर स्वास्थ्य समस्या बन गयी है।

एक हाल में बने कानून द्वारा धूम्रपान को सार्वजनिक स्थलों व कार्यस्थलों में प्रतिबन्धित कर दिया गया है तथा उल्लंघन करने वालों पर दण्ड का प्रावधान रखा गया है।

तम्बाकू कम्पनियों द्वारा कमाये गये भारी मुनाफे तथा सरकार को तम्बाकू उत्पादों से मिलने वाले राजस्व के कारण तम्बाकू उत्पादों पर पूर्ण प्रतिबन्ध सम्भव नहीं है, फिर भी युवाओं को धूम्रपान के घातक प्रभावों के विषय में शिक्षित करने हेतु जानकारी देने के अभियान चलाए जाने चाहिए।

Question 13.
Write a report on ground water conservation in about 150-200 words.
A Report on Ground Water Conservation
Jamnagar, Febrauary 10

Dangerously low levels of groundwater in most regions of Saurashtra have sent alarm bells ringing. In a recent survey, it was found that groundwater levels have gone down by almost 50150 feet in the last decade. Rising population, growing industrialisation and increased agricultural demands have put an increased burden on available water resources. In and around Jamnager, efforts have been made to collect water by builing dams and reservoirs to conserve rainwater. However, erratic rainfall leaves them mostly dry.

The situation worsens during summers and most tubewells, wells and submersible pumps become useless.

About 60 per cent of irrigated agriculture and 85 per cent of drinking water supply depends on groundwater sources in Jamnagar. Hence, receding of groundwater levels has created acute water shortage in and around the city.

Recently, new rainwater-harvesting systems have been installed in apartment blocks and in many buildings. Water-recyling has also been taken up on a large scale and careful use of water is being taught to people. These measures are expected to improve the situation of water availibility in the city in the coming years.

भूमिगत जल संरक्षण पर एक रिपोर्ट
जामनगर, फरवरी 10

सौराष्ट्र के अधिकतर क्षेत्रों में भूमिगत जल के खतरनाक होते नीचे स्तर के खतरे की घंटी बजा दी है। हाल में किए एक सर्वेक्षण में यह ज्ञात हुआ है कि भूमिगत जलस्तर अनेक स्थानों पर लगभग 50 से 150 फीट घट गया है। बढ़ती जनसंख्या, बढ़ता हुआ औद्योगिकरण एवं बढ़ती कृषि मार्गों ने उपलब्ध जल संसाधानों पर अतिरिक्त दबाव डाला है। जामनगर व इसके आस-पास के क्षेत्रे में बाँध व जलाशय बनाकर वर्षा के पानी का संग्रह करने का प्रयास किया गया है। किन्तु असमान वर्षा के कारण ये अक्सर सूखे रहते हैं। स्थिति गर्मीयों में और बिगड़ जाती है तथा अधिकतर ट्यूबवेल, कुएँ व भूमिगत पम्प बेकार हो जाते हैं।

जामनगर में लगभग 60 प्रतिशत सिंचित कृषि तथा 85 प्रतिशत पेयजल आपूर्ति भूमिगत जल पर निर्भर है। इस कारण भूमिगत जल स्तर का नीचे गिरना शहर व उसके आस-पास विकट जल-संकट उत्पन्न कर दिया है।

हाल में आवासीय परिसरों व इमारतों में नए जल-संग्रहण निकाय लगाये गये हैं। जल-चक्रीय शोधन को भी बड़े पैमाने पर प्रारम्भ किया गया है तथा जल का सावधानीपूर्ण उपयोग लोगों को सिखाया जा रहा है। इन सभी प्रयासों से आने वाले वर्षों में शहर में जल उपलब्धि की स्थिति के बेहतर हो जाने की अपेक्षा की जा रही है।

Question 14.
Your school (Gyan Mandir, Kota) orgainsed a blood donation camp on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. Write a report on the camp for your school magazine. You are Samir/Samira reading in class XII. (Word limit: 150-200 words) (Board Sample Paper 2012)
Kota, 02 October 20 –: Like previous years, this year too Gyan Mandir, Kota celebrated Gandhi Jayanti. One of the main features of the function was Blood Donation camp. The function started at 10:30 am with pushpanjali and Bhajans favourite to Bapuji. The students of class XII sang Bapuji’s favourite bhajan ‘Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram’. Some other bhajans were sweetly sung by girls.

Then the blood donation camp started at 11:45 am. The camp was organised with the help of Red Cross Society. The Red Cross Society authorities sent trained staff and van. Our Principal and teachers motivated the students and staff members for blood donation. Our teachers made us understand that there is no side effect of donating blood. Any person can donate blood after every three months. Our Principal sir said that blood donation can help a dying person. There is no alternative of blood, hence blood donation is the only solution. So, man should help man. He was the first to donate blood. About fifty students and staff members donated their blood in the camp. It gave a great pleasure and satisfaction to each doner.

Report by Sameer
Class XII Student

Question 15.
A State level ‘Painting Competition’ was organized by your school. Write a report on it in about 150-200 words. (S.S. Exam 2014)
Our school organized a painting competition on state level. Students belonging to three categories had been invited. The first category was for the students of class I to V, the second category was meant for the students of VI to VIII and the third category was for the students of IX to XII. For each category, about 200 students participated.

The students came from far and near districts. The venue of the competition was Regional College of Education, Ajmer.

The competition started exactly at 9.30 a.m. on 16th of August 20–. The topics for painting were announced on the spot for each category.
Exactly at 12.00 a.m. the competition was over. All the participants were sent to their respective messes under proper supervision of their teachers. Side by side, the judges of the various categories adjudicated the I, II and, III prizes for each categories. Besides, there were five consolation prizes for each category.

After lunch, all the students assembled in the auditorium of Laxmibai Hostel. The prize awarding function was a grand success. Our principal thanked all the guests and the participants.

Question 16.
Write report on ‘The School Tour to a Historical Monument in Rajasthan. (S.S. Exam 2015)
A Report on School Tour to a Historical Monument
Kota, November 21

Our school arranged a tour of Chittorgarh for class XII students last week. Our entire class of 60 students gathered in the school grounds where the school bus waited to take us to our destination. All of us had brought their lunch and other eatables. The bus departed at 9 a.m. amid a chorus of hurrahs and shouts of joy.

Our history teaher, Mrs Sharma and our class teacher Mr Singh accompanied us. We were told not to litter and maintain discipline on the trip. The two hour journey was quite enjoyable and we reached Chittorgarh at 11 a.m.

The very first view of the Chittor Fort was stunning. The fort stood on a hilltop. Our history teacher told us that this was one of the largest forts in India and was built by the Mauryas during the 7th Century. It has also been the Capital of Mewar for more than 800 years. The fort has many gates, the main gate being Ram Pol. We saw the museum in Fateh Prakash Palace, which had a unique collection of old guns, swords and other weapons.

We also saw the famous Vijay Stambh which was built by Rana Kumbha to commemorate his victory over Mahmud Khilji. Its 157 steps lead to the top of the tower. We also saw the Rana Kumbha Palace. This palace was the residence of Meera Bai and queen Padmini. After having lunch near a large pond, we started back for Kota at 3 p.m.

It was truly a memorable experience to see history came alive before our eyes.

कोटा, नवम्बर 21
गत सप्ताह हमारे विद्यालय ने चित्तौड़गढ़ के लिए कक्षा XII के विद्यार्थियों हेतु यात्रा का प्रबन्ध किया। 60 विद्यार्थियों की सम्पूर्ण कक्षा स्कूल प्रांगण में एकत्र हुई, जहाँ स्कूल बस हमें हमारे गंतव्य को ले जाने हेतु खड़ी थी। हममें से प्रत्येक अपना दोपहर का भोजन व अन्य खाद्य पदार्थ साथ लाए थे। हुर्दे की आवाज व प्रसन्नता की चिल्लाहट के साथ बस ठीक 9 बजे प्रस्थान कर गई।

हमारी इतिहास की अध्यापिका श्रीमती शर्मा व कक्षा अध्यापक श्री सिंह हमारे साथ थे। हमें कूड़ा न फैलाने व अनुशासित रहने का आदेश दिया गया। दो घण्टे की यात्रा आनन्दायक थी व हम 11 बजे चित्तौड़गढ़ पहुँच गए।

चित्तौड़ किले का प्रथम दृश्य स्तब्ध करने वाला था। किला एक पहाड़ पर स्थित था। हमारी इतिहस की अध्यापिका ने हमें बताया कि यह भारत के विशालतम किलों में एक था। इसे मौर्यों ने सातवीं शताब्दी में बनाया था व यह 800 वर्षों तक मेवाड़ की राजधानी भी था। किले के कई द्वार थे जिनमें मुख्य द्वार राम पोल था। हमने फतेह प्रकाश महल का संग्रहालय भी देखा जहाँ पुरानी बन्दूकों, तलवारों व अन्य हथियारों का अद्भुत संग्रह था।

हमने प्रसिद्ध विजय स्तम्भ भी देखा जिसे राणा कुम्भा ने महमूद खिलजी पर विजय की स्मृति में बनवाया था। इसका 157 सीढ़ियाँ मीनार के शिखर तक ले जाती हैं। हमने राणा कुम्भा महल भी देखा। यहाँ पर मीराबाई व रानी पमिनी निवास करती थीं। एक बड़े तालाब के पास भोजन कर हम 3 बजे कोटा के लिए वापस लौटे। इतिहास को अपनी आँखों के सामने जीवन्त होते देखने का यह अविस्मरणीय अनुभव था।

Question 17.
Your school organised a science exhibition on the occasion of Career Day. Write a report on Science Exhibition for your school magazine. (S.S. Exam 2012, 2016)
Report on Science Exhibition
Our school is known for celebrating all the national events seriously and sincerely. On the occasion of celebrating Career Day, our school sponsored science exhibition. At least sixty senior secondary schools at the state level participated in the programme. The participants from other districts reached the campus one week before and installed their equipments and apparatus in the big rooms allotted to them. All the projects were working-projects. Most of the projects were on uncoventional energy.

Besides improved production on solar energy, the focus was to harness atomic energy for the use of the common man in his day to day life. The best project as judged by the judges was ‘how to extract fuel from cactus for running our vechicles’.

It was really a colourful function. Men of applied science from the renowned universities enhanced the grace of the event. They appreciated the inventive talent of the students. Their praise for the students’ performance encouraged all for further attempts in the field of invention. (cactus = नागफनी, a leafless plant)

Question 18.
Write a report on ‘Hazards of overuse of Mobile phone’. (S.S. Exam 2017)
A Report on Hazards of Overuse of Mobile Phone
Jaipur, August 17।

A recent survey done in 20 schools and at 5 busy roads of the city has revealed that 4 out of 10 students felt that their studies were adversely affected by overuse of mobile phones, 6 out of 10 vehicle driver agree that use of mobile phone while driving is dangerous and led to accidents.
No doubt, mobile phones have brought in a miraculous revolution in the field of communication. This tiny gadget is very useful for professionals and businessmen. People can be in constant and immediate contact with their loved ones and keep themselves well-informed though a number of mobile-enabled services.

However, as is true for any other thing, the overuse of mobile phone is harmful in many ways. For students, it disturbs and diverts them during their study hours at school and home. Use of social networking sites without discretion has resulted in many unpleasant and undesirable incidents, especially with girls. Use of mobile phones while driving and use of earphones while on roads or railway crossing has resulted in many injuries and deaths. Moreover, overuse of mobile phones also causes hearing problems as harmful radiations emitted by mobile phones has been found to be deadly.

जयपुर, अगस्त 7.
हाल ही में बीस विद्यालयों एवं पाँच यातायात सघन सड़कों पर किए सर्वेक्षण से ज्ञात हुआ है कि 10 में से 4 विद्यार्थियों ने अनुभव किया कि मोबाइल फोन के अत्यधिक प्रयोग से उनकी पढ़ाई पर प्रतिकूल प्रभाव पड़ रहा है। जबकि 10 में से 6 वाहन-चालकों ने यह माना कि वाहन चलाते समय मोबाइल फोन का प्रयोग खतरनाक है वे इससे दुर्घटनाएँ होती हैं।

नि:सन्देह, मोबाइल फोन ने संचार के क्षेत्र में एक चमत्कारी क्रान्ति ला दी है। यह छोटा-सा उपकरण बुद्धिजीवियों व व्यवसायियों के लिए बहुत उपयोगी है। लोग अपने प्रियजनों से निरन्तर तथा तत्काल सम्पर्क में रह सकते हैं व स्वयं को विभिन्न मोबाइल सेवाओं द्वारा भली-भाँति सूचित रख सकते हैं।

तथापि, जैसे अन्य किसी भी वस्तु के विषय में सही है, मोबाइल फोन को अत्यधिक उपयोग अनेक प्रकार से नुकसानदायक है। विद्यार्थियों के लिए मोबाइल का अत्यधिक उपयोग उन्हें उनकी पढ़ाई के समय स्कूल या घर पर उनका ध्यान भटकाता है। सामाजिक नेटवर्किंग साइट्स का बिना सोचे-समझे किया उपयोग अनेक अप्रिय व अवांछनीय परिणामों का कारण बना है, विशेषकर लड़कियों के साथ। वाहन चलाते समय मोबाइल का प्रयोग व ईयरफोन का सड़क या रेल-फाटकों पर प्रयोग अनेक घायल होने या मृत्यु होने का कारण बना है। इसके अतिरिक्त मोबाइल फोन के अत्यधिक प्रयोग से: श्रवण-समस्याएँ होती हैं तथा मोबाइल फोन से उत्सर्जित विकिरण एक जानलेवा खतरा माना। गया है।