August 2020

Wednesday, 26 August 2020

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Kanyashree Prakalpa

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Kanyashree Prakalpa

      The government of West Bengal has started the "Kanyashree"  scheme for the upliftment of the girl child. It was launched by the honourable Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in 2013. Since then August 14 has been celebrated as "Kanyashree Divas". The aim of this project is to help the girl children to continue their studies and stop early marriage. Unmarried girls aged between 13 and 18 years in government recognized schools will get an annual scholarship of Rs.750 for continuing their studies. Besides a one time grant of Rs.25000 will be given to the girls when they are 18 years old. A girl should remain unmarried and continue her study to get this grant. The dropout rate and early marriage of girls have been reduced for this scheme. The number of girls in schools has increased. The project was honoured by the United Nations on a competition of 552 projects from 63 countries. The "Kanyashree" scheme got the first position in that competition. It has won several national and international awards. Now it becomes "Biswashere" internationally.


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Tuesday, 25 August 2020

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Biograpphy

 Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose biography

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Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

“Give me blood, I will give you freedom” was the clarion call of Netaji. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, one of the greatest patriots of India, was born at Cuttack in Orissa on January 23, 1897. His father Janakinath Bose was a renowned lawyer and his mother Pravabati Devi was a pious lady. He was a brilliant student. Subhas stood second in the Matriculation Examination. Thereafter he passed the B.A. Examination with a first class Honours degree in Philosophy from Scottish Church College, Kolkata. He stood fourth in the ICS Examination in 1920. But he did not join the ICS under the British rule. He raised his voice for his country’s freedom. He joined Indian National Congress and took active part in the freedom struggle of India. He became the Mayor of Kolkata. He was elected President of the National Congress twice in 1938 and 1939. Later he left Congress and formed Forward Block. The British Government was alarmed at his immense popularity and bravery. He was kept in his own interned in own house. He left India in disguise in 1941. He formed the Azad Hind Fauz in Singapore after coming from Germany and Japan. Then he was known as ‘Netaji’.  With his Azad Hind Fauz he went on fast to attack the British and hoisted the national flag at Kohima, Manipur. It was reported that Netaji died on an air-crash. But it is still a mystery. Dead or not, his burning patriotism and outstanding personality still inspire thousands of youths. Netaji lives in our hearts forever as symbol of undying patriotism.

 

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Subhas Chandra Bose Biography


“Give me blood, I will give you freedom” was the clarion call of Netaji. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, one of the greatest patriots of India, was born at Cuttack in Orissa on January 23, 1897. Instead of following the beaten track, he dedicated himself to the service of his country. It was his spirit of leadership that earned him the revered call 'Netaji'.


He was born on January 23, 1897 at Cuttack. His father Janakinath Bose was a renowned lawyer and his mother Pravabati Devi was a pious lady. He was a brilliant student. He received his education at Ravenshaw Collegiate School. He came to Kolkata and was enrolled at the Presidency College. He had a sharp conflict with Prof. Oaten and was expelled from college. Later he graduated from the Scottish Church College with first class honours in Philosophy. He stood fourth in the ICS Examination in 1920. But he did not join the ICS under the British rule.


He raised his voice for his country’s freedom. He joined Indian National Congress and took active part in the freedom struggle of India. He became the Mayor of Kolkata. He was elected President of the National Congress twice in 1938 and 1939. Soon, he became highly critical of the activities of the moderate leaders within the Congress Party. Later he left Congress and formed Forward Block. The British Government was alarmed at his immense popularity and bravery. He was kept in his own interned in own house. He left India in disguise in 1941. He formed the Azad Hind Fauz in Singapore after coming from Germany and Japan. Then he was known as ‘Netaji’. He started his heroic march to Delhi in 1945. He had success to some extent as his army reached Imphal, Manipur. He raised the tricolour of free India there. But the surrender of Japan to the Allied forces sealed his fate.


It was reported that Netaji died on an air-crash on August 19, 1945.  But it is still a mystery. Dead or not, his burning patriotism and outstanding personality still inspire thousands of youths.  Netaji lives in our hearts forever as symbol of undying patriotism. 


Subhas Chandra Bose had a prophetic vision. He gave up all the comforts of life to free his motherland from the shackles of foreign rule and lifted her into the enlightened world of freedom. I admire him most for his indomitable spirit and idealism. He was a born leader with burning patriotism. He stood before the world as a legendary hero. When other leaders hesitated, he jumped into the thick of the fight and called out, "On to Delhi - the road to Delhi is the road to freedom." We can pay tribute to this great man by way of serving our country rather truly.



Friday, 21 August 2020

A letter about corona virus

 Write a letter to your friend about advising him the precautions he should take against covid 19 / corona virus.


A letter about corona virus, how to write a letter
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My dear  Ramesh,

       I am very glad to have your sweet letter.  You know that Corona virus has broken out in the world in a pandemic form. People of our state have also been affected by corona virus. There are hundreds of cases have been found daily in Kolkata / name of your friend's locality. Our Government has tried to control the infection of corona virus. The number of death is increasing alarmingly. So, we are very anxious for you and your family. You know that this disease spreads through close contact of an infected person. Some precautionary measures should be taken to prevent the spread of this disease.  Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Maintain a safe distance from anyone who is coughing or sneezing. Wear a mask when physical distancing is not possible. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. If possible, stay at home. Consult a doctor immediately if you suffer from fever, cough and breathing problem.

        Hope you are well. Convey my regards to your parents and love to your brother and sister.

                                                                                Yours ever,

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Thursday, 20 August 2020

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 A Book I Have Recently  Read

Pather Panchali, Apu in Pather Panchali
Apu in Pather Panchali
 

   Reading book is my passion. I have recently read a book named "Pather Panchali". It was written by famous writer Bibhutibhusan Bandopadhyay. The novel is about a little village boy named Apu. The main characters of the book are Apu, Durga, Harihar and Sarbajaya. Harihar and Sarbajaya, a rustic couple, spent their days in a miserable distress. But they dreamt of a rosy future. Apu and Durga are their children. Durga died a premature death. It was a great shock to the family. One cannot shed tears when one reads about the death of Apu' s dearest sister Durga. The novel gives us a very living picture of the beauty of a remote village in Bengal. The story reminds us of the hardship of the thousands of poor and helpless people of our country. Really it is an immortal creation of Bibhutibhusan Bandyopadhyay.



A Book I Have Recently Read

I have little time to read books other than school books. But l heard the story of "Ramer Sumati" written by Saratchandra Chattapadhyay from my grandpa. The story charmed me very much. Recently I managed to have a copy of the book which I finished in a single sitting. It is entirely the story of a joint family of rural Bengal. Here are few principal characters - Ramlal, the hero, Shyamlal, his step-brother and Narayani, the wife of Shyamlal. Apart from them there are Shyamla's son and Digambari, his mother-in-law. As Ramlal lost his mother when he was only two years and a half, Narayani, the sister-in-law brought him up with all motherly love and affection. Digambari could not tolerate the sweet relation between the two. Ramlal was very wayward and that was at the root of all problems. The ancestral home was partitioned and Ramlal was separated much to the pain of Narayani. The author's portrayal of the characters of Ramlal and Narayani is simply unique. Details of the book cannot be given in this short span. But everybody should go through the book whenever he gets a chance.



A Book I Have Recently Read 


I am a genuine book lover. Reading books is my passion. Whenever I get spare time I read story books, novels etc. I am a big fan of cricket as well. My father recently gifted me the autobiography of Sachin Tendulkar "Sachin Tendulkar - Playing It My Way" on my birthday. The book is really very interesting. Sachin Tendulkar is not only a great player but also has become an icon. So a chance to peek into the life of such an icon is always sought after. The chapters describe all the important events of his life. The reader is bound to respect the legend more after going through the book. The book not only brings out Sachin's passion for cricket but also reveals how caring a father and gentle son he is. I will cherish the experience of reading the book forever and this will be a guide force in my life. I wish to read it once again in future.




A Book I Have Recently Read


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Miranda in "The Tempest"

Reading books is my passion. I have recently read William Shakespeare's "The Tempest". It is the last play of the great playwright, which was written in 1611 at Stafford. Prospero was a learned man. He did not like to rule Milan as merely a Duke. His power was his wisdom. His brother, Antonio, took advantage of this craving for knowledge and conspired to drive him away from Milan with the help of the king of Naples, Alonoso.


Prospero and his daughter eventually took shelter in an alien island. It was a mystic land of which Prospero was little aware. Caliban was an evil spirit which was living in that island. Gradually, Prospero dominated Caliban and became a supreme power by way of his white magic. Dr. Faustus of Marlowe exercised necromancy, but Prospero used his magic for the welfare of the world. Hence his magic was a boon not a bane. His daughter, Miranda, was a lovable and beautiful young lady. Caliban wanted to seduce Miranda, but in vain. At last Ferdinand, the prince of Naples, came to the mysterious land. Miranda was very much appalled to see a beautiful young man for the first time. Seeing Ferdinand, she cried out, "O brave new world." Later Miranda and Ferdinand fell in love. Prospero wanted to test Ferdinand's devotion to his daughter. Ferdinand won the mind of Prospero. Using his white magic, Prospero taught everyone including his brother good lessons. Alonso, Antonio and Sebastian realized their misdeed. Gonzalo, who helped Prospero once to escape from his cruel brother, was rewarded.


Finally, everyone was reconciled. Prospero returned to Milan with his daughter and he freed Ariel, the spirit which helped Prospero in fulfilling his desires while living in the alien island. The happy reunion of the play implies the fact that Prospero is a major figure who by way of using his white magic helps everyone reconcile in spite of shortcomings. Honesty and goodness have been rewarded. I felt much aesthetic pleasure while reading the play. Shakespeare's language, his style, above all, his blending of tragedy and comedy gave to my mind a soothing effect which I cannot forget ever.



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