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A Wedding Ceremony

A wedding ceremony is a part and parcel of our social life. We invite our relatives and well-wishers to take part in this ceremony. A gorgeous or simple party is thrown according to financial condition. A wedding ceremony is generally held in a community centre. Those who are not financially solvent arrange this ceremony at home. It is held generally in the afternoon or in the evening. The community centre is decorated with various coloured lights and coloured canopy. Guests attend the ceremony in their beautiful dress and gift for the new couple. The bridal party is received cordially by the bride’s side. The bridegroom and bride are the centres of attraction of a wedding ceremony. The bridegroom wears sherwani and a pagri on his head. The bride wears a gorgeous sari and valuable ornaments. Various rich dishes are served at a wedding ceremony. The songs in the cassette add more pleasure to the ceremony. Sometimes, band parties and dance group are included also. After completion of all formalities, the bride’s side bids farewell to the bride with tearful eyes. The bride also departs shedding tears. Finally, we can say, a wedding ceremony is an occasion of amity, fellow-feeling, relationship, and delight.

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A Coaching Centre

A coaching centre is a place where coaching is given on particular subjects of study. It is an age of competition and to cope with this age, the importance of a coaching centre is undeniable. We see different coaching centres for different leaves e.g. university address coaching centre, medical & engineering admission coaching centre, college admission coaching centre, and academic coaching centres etc. In a coaching centre, all the subjects of a particular level are taught and tests are taken on those topics regularly. Lecture sheets, hand-notes and answer outlines of those subject are provided by the teachers of the coaching centre if it is a good one. The teachers of the coaching centres are mainly the bright senior students who did well in their examination. A coaching centre is more economical than private tuition because in a coaching centre a student is taught all of his subjects paying a limited amount of money. But in private tuition, a student has to attend a specific teacher for a specific subject and has to spend double or triple the amount paid in a coaching centre. A coaching centre has its bad side also. By attending coaching centres regularly, a student becomes fully dependent on it and loses his creativity. In commercial coaching, centre student are not properly taught, the authority only thinks of their commercial benefit. Thus, we see that a coaching centre has both good and evil sides. So a student should be careful in selecting a coaching centre and should not be fully dependent on it.

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An Ideal Student

A good student must process some other qualities. The student who is brilliant studies, good in nature, well in behaviour, honest in thought, active inhabit and obedient to parents and teacher is an ideal student. To maintain the laws of health is another quality of an ideal student. He diligent, punctual and attentive to his lessons. He is not only active and prompt but also sociable. Rude behaviour is totally unknown to him. An ideal student is often expert in games and sports. He has much interest in doing social work. Student life is the time of preparation for the struggle of life. To make him well-fitted for the struggle knowledge is essential. But only learning does not make a student an ideal one. An ideal student cultivates the right virtues in every sphere of life. In a word, an ideal student possesses a number of good qualities and gradually he turns to be a model for other students.

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An ideal student is one who is good both in his studies and manners. He is not necessarily a brilliant student. However, he is very much regular and punctual in his studies. He attends his class regularly and listen to his teacher attentively. He also avoids politics and bad habits. An ideal student must be truthful, honest and obedient. He should always speak the truth and never tell a lie. He should say his prayers five times a day. He ought to develop love for his own country. He must be ready to dedicate his life for the welfare of the country. An ideal student participates in co-curricular activities. He also takes part in games and sports. He plays in the playground at the proper time. A sound body develops a sound mind which helps him to prosper in life. He is obedient to his parents and teachers. An ideal student studies with rapt attention. He never shirks his duty. His aim is to be great in life. He always makes proper use of time and never wastes a single moment of time. He abides by the rules of discipline in all aspects of life. He prepares his life with a noble aim. And he does everything to fulfil his aim.

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An Evening Walk

Walking in the evening is good exercise. Walking in the evening by a river is both a physical exercise and a source of pleasure. For one may get much pleasure to see the river, the rays of the setting sun. The little waves of the river fill the mind with much delight. He is also pleased to see the boats of different sizes plying up and down. In the evening fishermen catch fish. Birds return to their nests. The light of the setting sun gradually becomes gloomy. By enjoying this scenery the mind becomes full of cheer and freshness. Thus an evening walk can be made pleasurable by enjoying the sights and scenes of nature.

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An Election Day

To vote is our democratic right and the election day is the day on which we exercise that right. Usually, we go for election after five years unless the ruling government loses the majority in parliament or happens to fall on public demand and unrest. On our last election day, we exercised our right to chose our representatives. It was a public holiday. Election started from 8 o’clock in the morning. People were moving towards their respective polling centres by different transports. I was a voter and I started for the centre at around 10 a.m. to cast my vote. There I watched excited faces of the voters wearing badges and putting on caps on their heads. I found a long queue at the polling centre. There were different lines for male and female voters. Inside the room, there were the polling officer and his assistants. After checking the identity they gave ballot paper to me. Inside the booth, I put a mark in the ballot paper against the name of my chosen candidate and put it in the ballot box. Police and administrative people were performing their duty very strictly there. Then I left the centre. At 11 p.m. I could know that my candidate was successful at the election and my joys knew no bounds.

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