JAM Just A Minute For First Year Intermediate English Practicals

30 different topics for JAM are to be written on slips. Each students is asked to pick up one slip and speak on the topic. The examiner awards marks (zero to four) observing the students proficiency in English.

Just A Minute (JAM), it is one of the tasks used to test one’s communication skills, presentation skills, behaviour, confidence levels and spontaneity. As part of speaking skills, JAM is the most sought-after item in English language testing service. As such, the students are expected to develop their speaking skills starting with JAM sessions, to pave a bright way for their competence in English.

Instructions:

  • a) Write any 4 (four) of your choice out 1 to 50 – And
  • b) Any 1 (one) from 51 to 55 of Extras
  • c) All together the students needs to write 5 (five) – (Four from the text & one from outside the textbook)

The following are the rules of a Just A Minute Session:

  • The speaker is given a topic to talk about for one minute.
  • The speaker must speak continuously for one minute without hesitations or long pauses
  • The speaker must avoid repeating any words or phrases within the one minute.
  • The speaker should not deviate from the topic and should stay focused on it.

Given below are some examples of JAM sessions. The teacher can present one or two of them to show how one can participate in a JAM session.

1. The Magic of Music

Good Morning, everyone. I am Harsha , studying intermediate first year. Today I want to talk to you about something to you about something truly magical. It’s something that makes us smile and dance…….It’s music! Music is like magical remedy that touches that our hearts. When we are in sad, music lifts our spirits, and when we are happy, it makes us to jump. Music is a language that everyone understands, no matter where they came from. It brings people together. It has a way of making us forget about our worries and just enjoy the moment. Not only is music fun, on but also good for brain! Studies have shown that music improve memory and various skills. As music is all around us, let us take a moment to appreciate the magic of music. Let it fill our hearts with joy and remind us of the power of creativity. Thank you all for listening to me.

Here is the short analysis of the above speech, how the speaker begins, how maintains flow, and concludes the speech.

The speaker begins the speech by capturing the audience’s attention with a cheerful greeting followed by an uplifting introduction of the topic” the magic of music”. To maintain the flow of the speech the speaker uses different phrases like a magical remedy, everyone understands music and the impact of music on health. Finally the speaker concludes the speech reiterating the magic of music and expressing gratitude to audience for listening.


Exercise

1. THE AGE OF INTERNET

Respected Sir, Mam and my dear friends, a wonderful morning to all of you. Today on this special occasion, I would like to speak words on the topic- the age of internet. One of the most ground breaking developments of modern technology is the internet. It connects the entire world together, transforming the planet into a global village. The internet allows us to access phones and social media, the internet has invaded every part of our lives. As a result, it is often rightly said that we live in the age of the internet. Thank you all for listening to me.


2. MY FAVOURITE HOBBY

Our Hobbies reflect our personalities. My favourite hobby is Gardening, as a hobby has so many advantages. My hobby is gardening and it is my favourite way to pass time. It mainly consists of preparing the flower beds, sowing the seeds and taking care of the plants as they grow. I grow flowers and vegetables in the backyard. In this way, I can use my spare time productively and is beneficial for my health. Spending spare time in useless gossip or straining the eyesight viewing the T.V. All this is hardly a useful utilization of one’s leisure. You dig, you till , you soil with your hands, you even sweat in the process and the least of it all, you are constantly in the company of nature. You reap the fruits of your labour what else can be so satisfying than that. You are face to face with the spirituality of the matter how from such a small see gets produced such beauty. This is thus the most rewarding hobby if one develops it and enjoys it too.


3. MY FAVOURITE SPORT

Cricket is my favourite sport. Cricket is a sport that is widely played across the globe. It also called the Gentleman’s Game. I play cricket every day in the evening with my neighbourhood friends. Although we don’t obey the rules of cricket, it is a great source of physical exercise and entertainment. Before the game starts we toss a coin and whoever gets the head wins to choose between Batting and bowling. This is an outdoor game ; it is played with a bat, and ball along with the stumps. In the gar of cricket, each team competes with the other and the team with the highest score wins the game. There’s an umpire who observes the game and ensures that rules are being followed. Player have to listen to the umpire and the judgement of the umpire is the final decision. It is one the most famous games of India. My favourite cricketer is Virat Kohli. Everyone should play one or another sport to stay healthy and fit. Playing is a great source of entertainment and fun.


4. MY FAVOURITE DESTINATION

Shimla is my favourite summer holiday destination in India. It is a capital of the state Himachal Pradesh. I visited it along with my friends in summer. Before arrival to the beautiful Shimla I reserved the hotel through a tour operator company. It was a wonderful summer journey. There were many dazzling and wonderful attractive spots to watch like Jakhu hills, Lord Hanuman temple and local handcraft museum. Jakhu hills is a mind-blowing hill station and according to the tour operator the hill station is safest trekking place in India. Next morning we went on a trekking trip, really the trip was unforgettable. Next day we visited Tara Devi, according to local belief the shimla tour remains incomplete if a tourist never Goddess Tara Devi temple. At the first visit to the temple itself we got a very spiritual feeling.


5. MY FAVOURITE SUBJECT

I am Raju, studying intermediate first year. Today I want to talk about something that I believe is important for all of us. English, It my favourite subject. It’s both internal and international language. It’s the gateway to the modern world. Today 98% of the research work is being done in English language. If you have good communication skills, we can crack any job exams or interviews. Speaking in English is also a status symbol. It is an indispensible weapon in the hands of a student. So, we should not take it for granted. Rather we should try to enrich our English knowledge.


6. A VISIT TO THE ZOO

My name is Manish. Last week, on a beautiful Sunday morning, I went on an exciting trip to the Nehru Zoological Park, which is a popular place in our city. This famous park is not only one of my favorites, but it’s also a must-see for anyone who wants to have a fun and educational time. Our day started out bright and early, and we were excited for the amazing things we were about to see. There were animals from all over the world waiting for us when we walked into the zoo. The Lion’s Safari was the best part of our trip because it let us see these beautiful animals up close and hear their loud roars. One of the most interesting things to see was the white tiger’s amazing recovery story. It became a symbol of the zoo’s attempts to protect animals. It was both inspiring and educational to learn about their past and importance. To make our trip even more exciting, we took a memorable train ride inside the zoo. This gave us a new view of the park’s vast landscapes and animal enclosures. Overall, my trip to Nehru Zoological Park was one I will never forget. I learned a lot, had a lot of fun, and gained a new respect for the amazing animals that live on Earth. I will always treasure that day and remember it with great affection.


7. THE IMPORTANCE OF HYGIENE :

Hygiene is essential for maintaining good health. It means the practice of keeping ourselves clean and tidy. Maintaining our homes, work places and surroundings are called “hygiene”. It is essential for our good health. A sound mind life in a sound body. Without following the hygiene rules, we cannot keep ourselves clean, so we cannot achieve anything physically, mentally or spiritually. To maintain hygiene. First, we must clean our bodies, have a bath everyday and wash our hair regularly, this will keep the body and the hair free from dirt and bacteria. Secondly, we should wash our clothes regularly. Dirty cloths produce a terrible smell and attract germs. We must wash our hands before meals and after using toilet we should brush our teeth twice a day. We must cut our nails regularly, Our drinking water must be pure. Finally, we should keep our surrounding and environment clean. We must follow hygiene rules to lead a happy and healthy life.


8. COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Corona virus is an infectious disease and it is commonly called Covid-19. It affects the human respiratory system causing difficulty in breathing. It is a contagious disease and has been spreading across the world like wild fire. The virus was first identified in 2019 in Wuhan, China WHO declared Covid-19 as a pandemic that has been affecting the world. The affected people were isolated from everyone. The affected people were even isolated from their own family members and their dear ones. Other symptoms noticed in Covid-19 patients include weariness, sore throat, muscle, soreness and loss of taste and smell.


9. CHILD LABOUR- A CURSE IN INDIA

Child labour is an illegal act performed by children in their little age by the involvement of some industries and businessman all over the India. Industrialist and Businessman generally choose child labour because of their efficient work in minimum time at low cost and children generally get involved in Child labour because of their poverty and lack of education . Despite who are very poor and cannot manage their two times food and cloths are forced to send their children to do some job at lowest payment instead of sending them to school for education. According to a survey it was found approximately 90% of the children were involved in productive activities such as a supplements to their family income (23.8%) are improving heir family income (66%) tasks or activities, which are not involved in affecting the health and personal development of children are interfering in their schooling, cannot be counted as child labour. They can be taken as positive and no need to be eliminated However, all those activities affecting a child in all aspect health ,personal development, schooling etc.., are needed to be eliminated.


10. INDEPENDENCE DAY

Today is a fabulous day. Our nation celebrates 76 th Independence day. It makes 76 years of our freedom. Our beloved P.M Mr. Narendra Modi is running a tricolor flag campaign, Ghar Ghar ka Tiranga. At the outset, on this occasion of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, I would like to remind you of the great sacrifice and great efforts put by our national leaders. Today Mother India wants hard working boys and girls with good character. Character is our destiny. We the teachers, the national builders have to shoulder greater responsibility, we need to produce good character youth. Without morals, without discipline we produce educated devils only. Today our nation is facing many problems. Above all communal harmony is the need of the hour. We should take an oath to rebuild our nation. “ Happy Independence Day”.


11. MOTHER’S DAY

One day is not enough to celebrate Motherhood. We should make every day as special as Mother’s Day to shower our love upon our mothers. A mother is the first teacher and the first friend of her children. We should acknowledge all the little things that our mother does for us. Everyday no other gift can be more special to our mother than her children’s love and respect. Though it is celebrated on the second Sunday of May, every year, yet, we should celebrate every day as Mother’s Day to make our mothers feel special.


12. VALUE OF TIME

Time is more precious than money is. Once the money is used, it can be earned again. But the time we have passed will never return. We all must have heard the famous proverb “Time and tide wait for none”. Time never waits for anyone are anything. In fact, we have to wait for the perfect time. There is a perfect time for everything: therefore, think about how precious the time is and utilise it ideally before time fails. People say money can buy everything but money can never buy time. So understand the value of time and use it wisely.


13. EFFECTS OF SOCIAL MEDIA

Social media is the most widely used tool by all age groups today but it is more popular among youth and students. It is like a local newspaper that keeps us updated about what is going on in the lives of our friends, relatives and loved ones. The most notable, it is a fabulous device for education. All the information for something required is just a click away. Students can educate themselves on many topics using social media. Apart from the positive sides social media is also a bit harmful to us. It completely depends on the user what he is extracting out of it.


14. IMPACT OF POLLUTION ON ENVIRONMENT

Environment pollution means pollution which is degrading the environment. Pollution is increasing day by day so global warming is also increasing. Due to environmental pollution there is an imbalance in nature. So many birds, animals and plants are on the verge of extension day by day. The harmful smoke emits from the factories and vehicles are mixed with the air and increasing the pollution. The only way we can get rid of any environmental pollution is to plant more and more trees. We all dream of a beautiful home, our nation too dreams of a beautiful environment. So, all of us should plant trees.


15. YOUR FIRST DAY AT THE COLLEGE

The first day at my college is an important event of my life and an unforgettable day for me. It was the most curiously waiting day for me. I got admission in the government college of my city. I entered the college premises with lot of interest and zeal. There are so many new and unknown faces for me. I experienced some very strange things on the first day of my college. I found all the newly admitted students in the college. I moved to the round of the college. I go to the college library where there were a lot of new books which I like the most to read in free time. I felt so much fortunate to be a student oh this college. Teaching staff is more supportive. It was very good and a great day for me. I got new friends there. We introduced to each other. I just cannot forget the first day of my college. It is the most memorable day of my life.


16. ON EDUCATION

Education could be defined as the process of gaining knowledge skill benefits and values that help in growth and development of a person education is the most important asset it is as important as food shelter and close while the school and college education programs are relatively modern the learning process has been precise for a long time. Humans have
developed by learning themselves and Society must evolve. We can take the
example of Hunter gathers they used to pass down their knowledge of
hunting and harvesting food during different seasons. Today education is the most important aspect of society as it helps in providing a job at the start of a family. Education helps in understanding the world in a better way.
let’s take an example to understand that a person who knows about corruption and other social issues play an important role in fighting it
rather than a person who is an aware of anything.


17. COMMUNICATION IS LIFE

Today I want to talk about Communication is Life Once the ability to
communicate can spell the difference between success or failure in all
aspects of living you will notice that those people you know who are
successful in their endeavours generally have a high ability to
communicate.
Those who do not do not communicate are not. Just a way of getting along
in life it is the heart of life it is by thousands of percent the senior
factor in understanding life and living in successfully. we instrictively
the great artist painter or musician and society as a whole look up on
them not quite ordinary beings and they are not but the understanding and
skilled use of communication is not only for artist it is for anyone. In
examing the whole subject of communication one is up to discover if he
takes a penetrating look that there are very few people around him who
are actually communicating, but that they are lot of people who think
they are communicating who are not the sometimes is that is better not to
communicate them to communicate ,but that is never really the case
communication is the solvent for any human problem and understanding, of
communication itself was not available for Scientology.


18. GLOBAL WARMING

The effect is quite important for life on earth, without the effect the
sun’s radiation would be reflected back into the atmosphere freezing the
surface and making life impossible. However when greenhouse gases in
Access amount get trapped seriously begin to appear the polar ice cap
begins to melt, leading to rise in sea levels, further the greenhouse
effect is accelerated when polar ice caps and ice metals this is due to
the fact that the ice reflect 50% to 70% of the suns race back into
space. But without ice the solar radiation gets absorbed. Sea water
reflects only 6% of the sun’s radiation back into the space.
When a more frightening is the fact that the poles contain large amounts
of carbon dioxide trapped within the ice if this ice melts it will
significantly concrete to global warming. The related scenario when the
phenomenon goes out of control is the Runway greenhouse effect. The
scenario is essentially similar to any apocalypse but it is all too real.
This has never happened in the earth’s entire history, it is speculated
that to the have occurred on Venus millions of years ago ,Venus was
thought to have an atmosphere similar to that Earth but due to Runway of
greenhouse effect surface temperature and around the planet begin rising.
If this occurs on the earth the Runway greenhouse effect will let to many
and placement scenarios temperature will rise hot enough for oceans to
evaporate once the ocean evaporate The Rocks will start to sublimate
under heat in order to prevent such a scenario proper measures have to be
taken to stop climate change.


19. MY MAKERS MY PARENTS

I want to talk about my Makers my parents “My Parents are My Heroes”.
They are my strength they standby me in every crisis of my life they are
the most important people in my life. I love my parents very much, I feel
really happy and safe whenever I am with them. I was at Bangalore but my parents are actually from Mumbai and Maharashtra and my dad is software engineer by profession ,both my parents are good at playing badminton and various other indoor games.My mom is also a good swimmer ,I go to swimming club in our society with her every Sunday to learn how to swim.My mom wakes up in the morning and prepare food for everyone, my dad also helps my mom then my dad helps me in getting ready for school everyday,
Meanwhile my mom prepares my lunch box and keeps it in my bag. She also
keeps note books in my school bag as per my daily routine. my mom
prepares really tasty food and so does my dad. I am really happy to have
such great parents take care of our health while I’m unwell my dad calls
the doctor or takes me to the doctor so that I get recovered soon,
they pray to God every day for my health in addition to household
courses My mom also helps me out with my homework. We spend a lot of time together on weekends and holidays we go out to movies or eat in the
restaurant,during long vacations we go to beautiful beaches or mountains
to claim our nerves and refresh ourself.My dad loves beaches while my mom
found of Hill areas I like both. I just love spending my vacations with
them. Everyone loves their parents because they support and save you from every Evil thing.


20. THIS GOOD EARTH AND NATURE

Nature includes living and nonliving components that together make life on earth possible, some forms of nature can be seen through the lush green forest, the vast sky above us, oceans without an end the mountain standing tall and so on. Nature nourishes the survival needs of plants animals and humans alike it provides the essential components of oxygen ,sunlight, soil and water several times. Other products are obtained directly from nature which includes Timber, paper, medicine ,herbs, fibres, cotton ,silk and various kinds of food. To fulfill the demand of these products human beings have now engaged in the slaughtering of trees and destruction of nature. Different industries also poison nature with harmful gases and Chemicals in addition to using excessive natural resources. It is the need of the hour now to reduce natural damage reuse goods and recycle used elements to form your ones people from all parts of the world should come together to listen to the pressure on natural nature and restore its balance.


21. MY FAVOURITE MOVIE

Last weekend, I rewatched my all-time favorite movie, “3 Idiots.” This film, a masterpiece in Indian cinema, holds a special place in my heart. It’s not just a movie; it’s an experience that resonates with the lives of many, including mine. The story revolves around three engineering students, Rancho, Farhan, and Raju, who challenge the norms of their rigid education system while navigating the complexities of friendship, love, and life aspirations. What makes this movie unique is its perfect blend of humor, emotions, and life lessons. The character of Rancho, portrayed brilliantly, is not just a character but a philosophy of life that teaches us to chase excellence, not success. The most memorable scene for me is the ‘Chatur’s speech’ scene, where the intricacies of rote learning and understanding are hilariously yet thoughtfully portrayed. Another scene that touched my heart is the emotional climax where the true identity of Rancho is revealed, unfolding a series of surprises and realizations. The film’s music is another aspect that adds depth to the storytelling. Each song, from the joyful “All is Well” to the inspiring “Give Me Some Sunshine,” is not just a melody but a narrative in itself, resonating with the different stages of student life. “3 Idiots” is not just a movie; it’s a life lesson on the importance of passion, friendship, and thinking differently. Every time I watch it, I find a new perspective, a fresh lesson, and a renewed sense of motivation. It’s a movie that has shaped my thoughts and continues to inspire me every day.


22. MY DREAM JOB

(Doctor)

Ever since I was a child, my dream has been to become a doctor. This aspiration stems from a deep desire to help others and make a tangible difference in their lives. The idea of being able to heal and provide comfort to those in pain is what drives me. I am particularly drawn to the field of medicine because of its unique blend of science and human interaction. Being a doctor is not just about understanding the human body and diseases; it’s also about understanding people, their fears, and their hopes. It involves a level of empathy and compassion that I find both challenging and rewarding. My goal is to specialize in pediatrics, as working with children and making a positive impact during their formative years is especially appealing to me. The resilience and innocence of children inspire me, and I want to contribute to a future where every child has the opportunity to live a healthy life. Becoming a doctor is undoubtedly a long and challenging journey, but it’s one I am willing to undertake for the satisfaction of improving and saving lives. It’s a profession that demands dedication, continuous learning, and a heart full of compassion — qualities I am committed to cultivating throughout my career.

(Business Man)

My ultimate career aspiration is to become a successful businessman, where I can merge innovation with impact. I am fascinated by the challenge of turning ideas into profitable ventures that also benefit society. The dynamic nature of business, from strategy formulation to the thrill of market competition, excites me. I envision creating a company that not only excels in its field but also promotes sustainable and ethical practices. Leadership, risk-taking, and decision-making are skills I am keen to develop, as they are vital in navigating the complex and ever-changing business landscape. Networking, understanding global market trends, and cultivating a team of diverse, talented individuals are also aspects I look forward to. For me, being a businessman is not just about financial success; it’s about creating something meaningful that can leave a lasting impact on the world.


23. LOVE AND LIFE

Today I would like to talk to you about something special and important it’s an essential aspect of our life ….yes love and life. love and life are interwind in the dance of emotions and experience in our life’s journey. We often encounter moments of joy and success and failure, laughter and tears, love becomes the another that studies through these tumultuos waters, providing comfort and support during our times Yet both love and like can be unpredictable they might lead us down paths. We never expected or present us with obstacles. We must overcome, but friends remember within these challenges like the opportunity for growth and transformation to get them from the essence of our existence reminding us to save every moment and life and live with an open heart. So, friends I would like to conclude by saying that true love and life we truly find meaning and fulfillment in this vast and mysterious Universe. Thank you all and I am grateful for the opportunity.


24. WORLD HEATH DAY

I want to talk about World Health Day today. World Health Day is observed
on April 7th every year it is a global awareness Day celebrated by the
world Health Organisation (WHO). To mark the organisation founded in 1948 the day aims to raise awareness about important health issues and mobilize action to promote better health and well being for people around the world.
Throughout the year World Health Day health addresses various health
issues such as mental health infectious diseases metal and child healthy
ageing and importance of Universal health coverage. The day provides an
opportunity for the Government Health Organisation community and
individuals to come together and work towards improving health outcomes
and promoting Healthy lifestyle . So friends, remember good health is a precious asset and World Health Day serves as a reminder for all of us priority is our will being. Thank you all for listening to me


25. MORAL VALUES IN LIFE

Today I want to talk about something that I believe is important for all
of us moral values.In life moral values are fundamental principles and beliefs that guide our behaviour and decision making, shaping the way we interact with others and world around us.These values play a crucial role in defining who we are as individual and how we contribute to society. Here are some essential model values that are often considered important in life Respect ,Responsibility, Compassion, Courage, Fairness and Justice, Humility, Gratitude, Forgiveness, Generosity.


26. SCIENCE AND LIFE

Science and life… Science has been an integral part of human life since the early civilization. It has made our lives easier, more comfortable, and more convenient. Science has helped us understand the mysteries of the universe and developed technologies that have transformed our world. Science has given us the ability to communicate with people all over the world, to travel to distant places, and to explore the depths of space. It has also helped us understand the functions of the human body and develop new treatments for diseases. However, it has also created new problems and challenges for us to face. For example, the development of new technologies has led to environmental problems and climate change. Despite these challenges, science remains an essential part of our lives. It has the power to transform our world and help us solve some of the problems we face. Moreover, science continues to push the boundaries of what we know and understand. It encourages us to question, to seek answers, and to continually learn and grow. It fosters innovation and drives progress, shaping our future and paving the way for advancements that we can’t even imagine yet. As we continue to explore and discover, science will undoubtedly continue to play a crucial role in our lives and society.


27. SEASONS AND HUMAN LIFE

Seasons and Human Life… The four seasons of the year are a natural cycle that has been observed by humans for thousands of years. These four stages have been used as a metaphor for different stages of human life: winter, spring, summer, and fall. Each season represents a different phase of life and each has its own unique characteristics and challenges. For instance, winter is a time of rest and preparation. It is a time to slow down and take stock of one’s life. Spring is a time of growth and new beginnings, a time to plant seeds and watch them grow. Summer is a time of abundance, warmth, and joy. It is a time to enjoy the fruits of one’s labour. Fall is a time of harvest and letting go. It is the time to reap what one has sown and prepare for the next cycle of life. The changing of the seasons can also affect human behaviour as hormone levels fluctuate with the seasons. This cyclical nature of life and seasons reminds us of the constant change in life and the need to adapt and grow with these changes. Moreover, just as each season brings its own beauty and challenges, so does each stage of life. Each phase comes with its own set of experiences, learning, and memories. Embracing each season of life helps us appreciate the journey and grow as individuals. So, as the seasons change, let us remember to appreciate and make the most of each moment.


28. MY FAVOURITE FESTIVAL

Ramzan, also known as Ramadan, is an important Islamic month observed worldwide. It is a period of fasting, prayer, self-reflection, and spiritual growth. During this month, Muslims fast from dawn to dusk, abstaining from food, drink, and other physical needs during the daylight hours. The fast aims to bring the faithful closer to God and to remind them of the suffering of those less fortunate. The month of Ramzan is also a time for spiritual reflection and charity. Muslims are encouraged to read the Quran and engage in acts of charity and kindness. Prayer and self-reflection are key components of this holy month, fostering a sense of community and shared purpose among Muslims worldwide. At the end of the month of Ramzan, Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr, marking the end of the fasting period. Eid al-Fitr is a time of joy, celebration, and feasting with family and friends. It’s a moment of communal joy and gratitude, a time to share blessings and appreciate the spiritual journey undertaken during Ramzan. Moreover, the festival of Eid al-Fitr is not just a celebration but also a thanksgiving to Allah for the strength to complete the fast. It’s a time when Muslims dress in their finest clothes, give gifts to children, and enjoy special meals. This joyous occasion serves as a reminder of the unity, diversity, and shared values within the Muslim community. It’s these aspects that make Ramzan and Eid al-Fitr a truly special time in the Islamic calendar.

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Diwali, also known as Deepavali, is a major Hindu festival celebrated in India and other parts of the world. It is a five-day festival that usually falls in October or November, depending on the lunar calendar. The word “Diwali” means “row of lights” in Sanskrit, and the festival is often referred to as the “Festival of Lights”. The festival is celebrated by lighting diyas (oil lamps) and candles, decorating homes with rangolis (patterns made with colored powders), and setting off fireworks. It is a time for family gatherings, feasting, and exchanging gifts with loved ones. The festival has many different meanings and stories associated with it, depending on the region and religion. In general, it is a celebration of the victory of good over evil, light over darkness, and knowledge over ignorance. Moreover, Diwali is also associated with prosperity and new beginnings, and many people start new ventures on this auspicious day. The festival also honors Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity, and it’s customary to clean homes and open windows and doors on Diwali night to welcome her in. The joyous celebrations, vibrant decorations, and profound spiritual significance all make Diwali a unique and special festival that is eagerly awaited each year.


29. THE SPIRIT OF TEAMWORK

The spirit of teamwork is the willingness and drive to work together and support or help each other as part of a team. It is the feeling of camaraderie among team members, which translates to a group of people working with dedication to their organization’s success. Team spirit is more than just employees performing tasks. It is a way of thinking and governing actions to strengthen the team. The presence of team spirit defines a good workplace culture. It leads to trust, loyalty, customer satisfaction, and personality amalgamation. Encouraging team spirit in the workplace can be done by promoting great communication flow, building trust, and encouraging collaboration. Team spirit is a frame of mind to work in a team by combining efforts to achieve a mutual goal. It enables every individual to work with full enthusiasm and demonstrate the skills of collaboration. The feeling of commitment among the team members as they work together to achieve a target that may not be possible without a team. The final decisions of the group are made by hearing everyone’s opinions and views. This collective decision-making process ensures that all perspectives are considered, fostering a sense of ownership and commitment among team members. It also promotes a culture of continuous learning and improvement, as team members can learn from each other’s experiences and insights.


30. THE POWER OF IMAGINATION

Imagination is a powerful tool that new ideas solve Can be used to create others. It is the problems and inspire ability to form mental images or Concepts of things that not present in the physical world. Imagination is a Key Component of creativity which is essential for innovation and progress. are In Creative writing imagination plays a vital in crafting vivid Stories, building intricate worlds and transporting readers to new realms of experience. By exploring the limitless possibilities of imagination, writers unlock the true potential of their creativity and captivate readers with their imagination acts as Spark that ignites the creativity writing process.
Imagination empowers writers to construct rich and immersive worlds with in their stories. Through vivid descriptions, intricate Settings and Sensory details writers bring these worlds to life, enabling readers to Visualize and experience the depth of human emotions and Connect with readers on a
profound level. Through imaginative storytelling writers invite readers to experience joy, fear Sorrow, love. Imagination is a powerful tool that can be used to create new ideas, solve problems and inspire others.


31. PERSEVERANCE OF LIFE

Perseverance is the quality of persisting in a course of action in spite of difficulties and obstacles. It is the ability to keep going even when things get tough to stay focused on your goals, and to never give up. Perseverance is an essential trait that helps us overcome challenges and achieve success in life. Perseverance is the backbone of Success, enabling individuals to navigate through life’s challenges and uncertainties. It is the driving force that propels individuals to overcome obstacles and reach their goals. Success is seldom achieved overnight it’s the culmination of consistent effort, unwavering dedication, and relentless pursuit. Perseverance teaches us to view failure not as a dead-end but as a Stepping stone to success. It encourages that us to learn from our mistakes, adapt, and persist in the face of adversity. Perseverance is the determination to Push through the trials and tribulation fate has thrown to test strength. Throughout life, we are tested through adversities, and our triumphs make us perceive the difference we could make not only to our community but also the people we have crossed paths with. Perseverance is the audacity to keep trying, the tenacity to keep pushing and the endurance to with stand the Storm. It’s the grit that transforms ordinary individuals into extraordinary achievers. In conclusion, perseverance is the life blood of achievement. It is the force that fuels the pursuit of dreams, the courage that confronts failure, and the resilience that transforms adversity into opportunity It is, indeed, the key to unlocking the door to Success.


32. DEMONITIZATION

Demonetization refers to the act of stripping a currency as legal tenders . In demonetization , the current form of money is removed from the circulation and retired furthermore . The replacement of the form of money  occurs with new notes or cash Sometimes , a nation completely introduces a new currency in place of old currency most noteworthy demonetization notework demonetization is a move in which a government bans the notes or coins of a certain denomination Demonetization has been a topic of discussion in India since November 2016 when the Indian government announced the demonetization of all 500 and 1000 bank notes . India announced the demonetization of all 500 and 1000 bank notes of the Mahatma Gandhi series on 8 November 2016 .  The move was aimed at cubing the black money mark corruption and counterfeit currency  The government also aimed to promote digital transactions to reduce the circulation of cash in the economy . Demonetization had both positive and negative effects on the Indian economy . On the positive side , demonetization led to a decrease in corruption and an increase in tax revenue . It also helped in the formation of the economy and increase in the use of digital transactions. on the negative side demonetization led to a temporary slowdown in the economy. Job loses and a decline in the GDP growth rate. In conclusion demonetization is a significant economic policy that can have both positive negative effects on the economy. The demonetization of the Indian rupee in 2016 was ahold move had some positive. It also had some negative effects on the economy the long-term impact on demonetization on the Indian economy is still a matter of debate and research


33. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Artificial intelligence is a field of computer science that focuses on the creation of intelligent machines that can work and learn like humans. AI is a broad field that encompasses severed subfields, including machine learning natural language processing robotics and computer vision. AI has the potential to revolutionize the way we live and work from health care to transportation to entertainment.  AI has been around for decades but recent advance in computing power and data storage have made it more accessible than ever before. Machine learning in particular has been tremendous growth in recent years with applications ranging from image recognition to speech recognition to autonomous vehicles natural languages processing with chat bots and virtual assistants becoming increasingly common. AI has the potential to transform many industries but it also raises ethical questions. For example, what happens if machines become more intelligent than humans? How do we ensure that AI is used for good and evil? These are complex questions which require careful consideration and discussion. In conclusion, AI is a rapidly evolving field that has the potential to transform the way we live and work while there are many exciting opportunities for AI these are also important ethical questions that must be addressed as AI continues to advance, it is important that we work together to ensure that it is a used for the benefit for all.


34. HEALTH IS WEALTH

Health is wealth is a popular proverb that emphasizes the importance of good health. It means that good health is alone valuable than wealth because one cannot enjoy wealth if they are not healthy. A healthy person can work hard, earn money and enjoy life to the fullest. On the other hand, an unhealthy person cannot work hard, own money or enjoy life. Health is wealth essay is a common topic for students to write about the importance of health. The main idea of the essay is that good health is more valuable than any amount of wealth, as wealth cannot buy happiness or peace. The essay also explains that good health is not just the absence of illness, but a state of physical, mental and social well-being. The essay aims to encourage people to adopt a healthy lifestyle and take care of their health.


35. BUDGET 2023

The Union Budget for FY 2023 – 24 in India aims to further strengthen the county’s economic status. The vision for ‘Amrit Kaal ‘articulated in the budget is centered around opportunities for citizens with a focus on youth growth and job creations, and a strong and stable macro – economic environment. The seven priorities, teemed Saptarishi, adopted in the budget to guide the country towards ‘Amrit Kaal ‘thus providing a blueprint for an empowerment and inclusive economy are
1] Inclusive development 2] Green growth 3] Youth power 4] Financial status  The budget also aims to increase the agriculture credit target to RS. 20 lakh crore with a focus on animal husbandry, dairy and fisheries


36. THE BOOK I LOVE MOST

“The White Tiger,” a novel by Aravind Adiga, holds a special place in my literary heart. This book captivated me with its raw and unflinching portrayal of the stark socio-economic divides in India. Through the eyes of Balram Halwai, the protagonist, Adiga skillfully unravels the complexities of corruption, poverty, and the struggle for survival in a rapidly changing nation. What struck me most was the narrative’s dark humor and the candid voice of Balram, who navigates his journey from a village boy to an entrepreneur in the city. The novel challenges conventional perceptions of right and wrong, throwing light on the desperation that can drive a person to extreme measures. Adiga’s storytelling is both powerful and provocative, making “The White Tiger” a compelling read. It’s a book that not only entertains but also deeply provokes thought about the social fabric of contemporary India.


37. KNOWLEDGE IS LIFE

knowledge is the essence of life. It is the foundation of human existence and the key to unlocking our potential. Knowledge is not Just about acquiring information, but also but understanding and applying daily it in our lives. It is the it in Our path and the compass that guides us towards our goals. The Pursuit of knowledge is a lifelong Journey. It begins from the moment we are born and Continues until the death. It is a powerful tool that Shapes our live and determines Our Success, knowledge is not just about learning new facts or formulas, but also about unlocking the power to Change the world. It is a wide collection of understanding, Skills and information gathered by learning through experiences. Knowledge can help us Solve problems, progress in our Career, and improve our quality of life. It is like a garden


38. TODAY’S YOUTH -TOMORROW’S LEADER

Today’s youth are the future leaders of tomorrow. They are the ones who will be responsible for Shaping the world and making it a better place. The youth of today are full of energy, enthusiasm and ideas that can help them become great leaders in the future. They have the power to change the world and make it a better place for everyone. According to an article in the Times of India, Young people have much to offer Societies from innovation to creativity to new thinking. Their Participation in democracy Promotes active citizenship, Strengthens Social responsibility and can enhance democratic processes institutions. The Youth of today have the potential to make a significant impact on the world and Shape the future. It is important to provide them with the necessary tools and resource to help them become great leaders in the future.


39. HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY

Honesty is a fundamental value that is essential for the well-being of society. It is a quality that is highly valued in all Cultures and religions. Honesty is the foundation of trust that is essential for Success in both personal and Professional life. Honesty Means Speaking the truth throughout life. An honest person shows good behaviour, always follows rules and regulations, maintains discipline, Speaks the truth and is Punctual. Honesty promotes authenticity removes fear from the heart and makes a Person courageous and Confident. There are many advantages of being honest. Being honest causes less guilt gets you more of what you want, nurtures your relationships, makes your words Valuable, Honesty gives you peace. Honesty allows people to like you for who you. People some time avoid honesty just because they don’t want to hurt anyone. But you can be honest while still being respectful of other people’s feelings.


40. GST

The introduction of GST (Goods and Services Tax) in my country marked a significant shift in the tax landscape. As a consumer, I’ve witnessed firsthand how this unified tax system simplified a previously complex array of state and central taxes. GST, often hailed as a ‘One Nation, One Tax’ reform, has not only streamlined the tax structure but also enhanced transparency in business transactions. What truly resonates with me about GST is its potential to unify the market, making it easier for small and medium businesses to expand their reach. It’s fascinating to see how this tax reform has bridged economic disparities across states, fostering a more cohesive national economy. Despite initial challenges in understanding and implementing GST, its long-term benefits in terms of efficiency and economic growth are undeniable. To me, GST is not just a tax reform; it’s a step towards a more integrated and equitable economic system.


41. CHANGING GARBAGE INTO GOLD

In a world increasingly burdened by waste, the concept of transforming garbage into gold captivates my imagination. It’s a journey of seeing value in what is often overlooked. This transformation isn’t just about recycling or upcycling materials; it’s about changing our perspective towards waste. I remember being amazed by stories of communities turning plastic waste into usable items or artists creating beautiful sculptures from scrap metal. These initiatives symbolize hope and innovation. They remind us that with creativity and determination, what is discarded can find new life and purpose. This idea resonates with me on a personal level. It’s a metaphor for resilience and the ability to find beauty and worth in the most unexpected places. Just like garbage can be turned into something valuable, challenges in life can be transformed into opportunities for growth and learning.


42. LAUGHTER IS THE BEST MEDICINE

Laughter is a universal language that has the power to heal and unite people. It is a natural stress-buster that can help us cope with difficult situations. Laughter is the Best Medicine is a phrase that has been used for centuries to describe the healing power of laughter. Laughter can also improve our mental health. It has been shown to reduce anxiety and depression by increasing the production of neurotransmitters such as dopamine and serotonin . Laughter can also improve our social connections by promoting bonding and reducing social anxiety. This can lead to improved relationships and a greater sense of community. laughter is truly the best medicine. It has numerous physical and mental health benefits that can improve our overall well-being. Whether it’s watching a funny movie or spending time with friends, finding ways to incorporate laughter into our daily lives can have a profound impact on our health and happiness.


43. INDIA’s G-20 PRESIDENCY

India assuming the G-20 presidency is a moment of immense pride and responsibility for me as an Indian. It’s not just a political event; it’s a testament to India’s growing global influence and its ability to contribute significantly to world affairs. This presidency symbolizes a chance for India to showcase its rich cultural heritage and progressive vision on an international stage. I am particularly moved by the opportunity this presents for India to lead conversations on sustainable development, climate change, and economic cooperation – issues that are close to my heart. The thought of my country playing a pivotal role in shaping global policies for a better future fills me with hope. India’s G-20 presidency is a reminder of our nation’s potential to be a force for positive change in the world. It’s a chance to bring a unique blend of tradition and modernity to the forefront of global diplomacy.


44. WATER IS LIFE

Water is life. This is a common phrase that we often hear, but do we really understand what it means? Water is not only a substance that we drink or use for various purposes, but it is also the basis of all life on Earth. Without water, there would be no living organisms, no plants, no animals, and no humans. Water is a precious resource that we need to conserve and protect. However, water is facing many threats, such as pollution, overuse, and climate change. Pollution is the contamination of water by harmful substances, such as chemicals, plastics, and pathogens, that affect the quality and safety of water. Overuse is the excessive consumption of water by humans for various purposes, such as agriculture, industry, and domestic use, that depletes the availability and quantity of water. Climate change is the alteration of the Earth’s climate due to human activities, such as burning fossil fuels, that affect the temperature and precipitation patterns of water. Water is life. It is the most vital and essential resource for all living beings on Earth. It is also the most abundant and diverse resource that affects our environment and climate. Therefore, we need to appreciate and respect the value and importance of water, and we need to conserve and protect it for our own survival and well-being, as well as for the future generations. Water is not only life, but it is also our responsibility.


45. MAN AND MACHINE

The relationship between man and machine has always fascinated me. It’s a symphony of human ingenuity and technological advancement, where each complements the other in the pursuit of progress. Machines, born from human creativity, have become integral to our daily lives, revolutionizing the way we work, communicate, and live. What intrigues me the most is how machines extend our capabilities, acting as extensions of our own selves. From simple tools enhancing physical strength to complex computers augmenting our intellectual capacity, machines are more than just inanimate objects; they are partners in our journey of evolution. Yet, amidst this marvel, there remains a poignant reminder of our humanity. Machines, no matter how advanced, cannot replicate the depth of human emotions, the spontaneity of our thoughts, or the moral compass that guides us. This interplay between man and machine is not just about technological dependency, but a dance of balance, where we leverage machines for progress while cherishing our uniquely human qualities.


46. MAKING TEA

I want to talk about how to make tea preparing a cup of tea is a very simple
job. However it is an art to prepare a good and tasty tea. Everybody can
make tea but not all can make tasty tea .To make the food water in a
cattle according to the requirement and put the cattle on a stove let the
water boil for some time then put tea leaves into the water for a cup of
tea one teaspoon leaves is required. Let it boil for a few minutes till
the mixture it will give a good color for the mixture. Into the cup add
milk and sugar to your tasty tea is ready to drink. These days event bags
are available in the market tea bags are dipped into the boiling water
and milk and sugar is added this is very simple way of making tea.


47. NEW EDUCATION POLICY

Today I want to talk about “New Education Policy”. National education day is celebrated every year on the 11th of November in the memory of our first Education Minister Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad. He was the first person to design our education system and it was updated frequently. It was 1965 when our first Education Policy was introduced after this in the year 1986,it was changed. For another time then on the year 2020 we got our new education policy .This policy is very different and interesting in many ways it will increase students to go to school and there is also a plan of including 10 bag-less Classes. The new education system is not about gaining bookish knowledge but it is all about acquiring knowledge. Predominantly the new education policy focuses on 5 main pillars they are Access , Equality Quality, Affordability, Accountability. It was focused on the skills and interest of the student. The new structure of education has been designed as 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 starting from preschool. now preschool will also be part of School Education. Students are also free up to class 5 to learn any language of their choice. They will not be forced to learn English or Hindi which are compulsory these days.


48. PRACTICE MAKES MAN PERFECT

“Practice makes man perfect” is a phrase that resonates deeply with me. It embodies the belief that consistency and perseverance are the keys to mastering any skill. This tip has been a guiding force in my own life, teaching me the value of dedication and hard work. I’ve experienced firsthand how regular practice transforms initial struggles into strengths. Whether it’s learning a new language, playing a musical instrument, or acquiring a professional skill, the journey from novice to proficient is paved with persistent effort. Each repetition, each hour of practice, builds not just skill, but also character and self-confidence. What strikes me most about this concept is its universal truth, regardless of the field or endeavor. It reminds us that perfection isn’t an innate gift but a reward for our efforts. This simple yet powerful idea keeps me motivated, encouraging me to embrace the process of learning and growth with patience and determination.


49. POLITICS AND STUDENTS

The interplay between politics and students is a subject that strikes a chord with me. Students are not just passive recipients of political decisions; they are active, vibrant members of the political landscape. Their fresh perspectives and youthful energy bring a unique dynamism to political discourse. I have seen students passionately engage in debates, lead social movements, and advocate for change, driven by a desire to shape a better future. Their involvement in politics goes beyond mere academic interest; it’s about taking responsibility for the society they are inheriting. This engagement, however, is a delicate balance. While it’s crucial for students to be politically aware and active, it’s equally important for them to remain focused on their education. Politics can be an invaluable learning experience, offering lessons in leadership, empathy, and civic responsibility. In my view, the involvement of students in politics is not just beneficial but necessary. It ensures that the voices of the younger generation are heard and considered in shaping the policies that will define their future.


50. KNOWLEDGE OF COMPUTER

In today’s digital era, the knowledge of computers has become akin to a basic life skill for me. It’s fascinating how these machines, once considered luxurious and complex, are now integral to our daily existence. Learning about computers has opened a gateway to a world of endless possibilities and opportunities. For me, computer literacy is not just about technical proficiency; it’s about connecting with the world. Whether it’s for education, work, or leisure, computers have a way of simplifying tasks, fostering creativity, and bridging geographical gaps. The joy of creating something on a computer, be it a simple document or a complex program, is immensely satisfying. What really touches me is how computers have become a universal tool for empowerment. They provide access to information, enable learning, and equip individuals with skills relevant in the modern workforce. My journey of learning about computers has been both empowering and transformative, continually fueling my curiosity and growth.


51. THE ACTOR I ADMIRE THE MOST (EXTRA)

Shah Rukh Khan, affectionately known as “King Khan,” is the actor I admire most. His journey from humble beginnings to becoming a global icon is not just inspiring but also deeply moving. Watching him on screen is not just entertainment; it’s an experience that touches the heart. What captivates me about Shah Rukh is his versatility as an actor and his ability to bring characters to life with unparalleled emotion and charisma. Whether it’s the romantic hero, the intense villain, or the charming comedian, he embodies each role with a depth that transcends the screen. Beyond his acting, it’s his off-screen persona that resonates with me. His wit, intelligence, and eloquent speeches reflect a man of depth and wisdom. His commitment to philanthropy and his down-to-earth nature despite immense fame is a testament to his character. Shah Rukh Khan, to me, is more than an actor; he’s an embodiment of passion, hard work, and the magic of dreaming big. His legacy is an inspiration, reminding me that with perseverance and humility, one can achieve the extraordinary.

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Allu Arjun, a luminary of Indian cinema, is the actor I hold in the highest regard. His electrifying performances and distinctive dance moves are not just entertaining but also deeply impactful. There’s a certain magic in the way he brings characters to life, combining skill, emotion, and charisma in a way that resonates with me and countless others. What truly sets Allu Arjun apart is his versatility. From action-packed roles to heartfelt dramas, he adapts with effortless ease, showcasing a range of emotions that captivates audiences. His dedication to his craft, evident in the meticulousness of his performances, is inspirational. Beyond the screen, Allu Arjun’s humility and warmth endear him to fans and colleagues alike. He carries his success with grace, reminding us that true greatness lies in staying grounded. To me, he embodies not just the spirit of a gifted actor, but also the qualities of a remarkable individual, making him a true icon in every sense.


52. MY FAVORITE TEACHER (EXTRA)

My favorite teacher, Mr. Sharma, isn’t just an educator; he is a mentor and a guiding light in my academic journey. His unique teaching style, which blends humor with deep knowledge, makes every lesson an adventure in learning. He doesn’t just teach; he inspires. What sets Mr. Sharma apart is his ability to connect with students on a personal level. He listens, understands, and genuinely cares about our struggles and aspirations. His classes are more than lectures; they are conversations that encourage us to think critically and creatively. I remember how he stayed back after school to help me with difficult concepts, demonstrating patience and dedication that went beyond his duty. His belief in me, especially during times of self-doubt, has been a significant force in shaping my confidence and academic interests. Mr. Sharma’s passion for teaching and his commitment to his students’ success have left an indelible mark on my life. He is more than a teacher; he is a role model who embodies the essence of true education.


53. THE FOOD I RELISH FOOD (EXTRA)

Biryani, for me, is not just a dish; it’s a celebration of flavors, memories, and emotions. Every spoonful of this aromatic delight takes me on a culinary journey that transcends mere taste. It’s a harmonious blend of spices, rice, and meat (or vegetables), each ingredient telling its own story, coming together to create something extraordinary. What I cherish most about biryani is its ability to bring people together. It’s a dish that’s often at the heart of family gatherings and festive occasions. The joy of sharing a pot of biryani, with its inviting fragrance and rich flavors, is a communal experience that bonds us. Cooking biryani is an art and a labor of love. It requires patience and precision, from perfectly marinating the meat to layering the rice and spices. The process itself is as rewarding as the final dish. Biryani, in its essence, is a celebration of culinary craftsmanship and the warmth of togetherness.


54. MY BELOVED SPORTS ICON (EXTRA)

MS Dhoni is not just a sports icon for me; he’s a symbol of resilience, humility, and exemplary leadership. Watching him on the cricket field is both thrilling and inspiring. His calm demeanor under pressure, often termed as ‘Captain Cool,’ has taught me the importance of composure and strategic thinking in challenging situations. Dhoni’s journey from a small-town boy to an international cricket legend resonates deeply with me. It’s a story of hard work, determination, and the audacity to dream big. His unconventional playing style and decision-making skills on the field have often left me in awe. What truly endears Dhoni to me, however, is his down-to-earth personality and his ability to connect with people from all walks of life. He carries his fame with grace, always reminding me that success is not just about talent, but also about character and the willingness to continuously learn and evolve. His legacy extends beyond cricket, embodying the spirit of a true sportsman.


55. THE CARTOON I ENJOY WATCHING (EXTRA)

“Tom and Jerry,” the timeless cartoon of the mischievous cat and mouse duo, holds a special place in my heart. Watching their endless chases and clever antics was not just a source of laughter, but a cherished part of my childhood. The simplicity of their wordless escapades spoke a universal language of joy and humor that transcended age and culture. What I loved most about “Tom and Jerry” was the unpredictability of each episode. Despite Tom’s elaborate plans, Jerry’s wit always seemed to triumph, symbolizing the underdog’s victory. Their rivalry, while comical, was also a display of their unique bond – a blend of mischief, competition, and an unspoken friendship. The creativity and imagination behind each episode made “Tom and Jerry” more than just a cartoon; it was a masterpiece of animation. It taught me that laughter is a universal language and that true joy often lies in life’s simplest pleasures. This cartoon wasn’t just entertainment; it was a part of my growing up, leaving me with fond memories and life-long lessons in humor and friendship.


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