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CSS 2019 ENGLISH ESSAY OUTLINE

CSS 2019 ENGLISH ESSAY OUTLINE

DEMOCRACY & ILLITERACY DO NOT MOVE TOGETHER

1. Introduction
2. Democracy and its ingredients
3. Illiteracy: definition and concept
4. Facts which prove that democracy and illiteracy do not move together

Political Facts

  • Illiterate electorate elect undeserving candidates
  • Illiteracy decreases voter turnout
  • Illiterate politicians don’t let democracy deliver
  • Illiterate rulers focus on short-sighted policies
  • Illiteracy discourages decentralisation of power and authority
  • Illiteracy is an impediment to accountability
  • Illiteracy keeps women (the half population) backward and marginalized
  • Illiteracy produces leadership of poor quality
  • Illiteracy negatively impacts the transparency of electoral process
  • Illiteracy slows down the process of political evolution

5. Factors responsible for the prevalence of illiteracy

  • Flawed policies
  • Poor implementation of plans
  • Budgetary constraints
  • Overpopulation
  • Social and cultural barriers
  • Poverty and backwardness
  • Bad governance and corruption

6. Recommendations for the elimination of illiteracy

  • Devising of sharply focused policies
  • Across-the-board implementation of plans
  • Role of developed states in the provision of economic support
  • Pragmatic policies for population control
  • Awareness campaigns to eliminate social and cultural barriers
  • Poverty-alleviation programmes
  • Eradication of bad governance and corruption

7. Some other recommendations for the strengthening of democracy

  • Effective role of media
  • Hectic campaigns by the opinion-makers
  • Fruitful role of UNO

8. Conclusion

EXPANDING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: A CURSE OR A BLESSING

1. Introduction
2. An overview of rapid technological advancement
3. Information Technology and its different applications
4. Facts proving IT a blessing

  • Fast connectivity
  • Rapid information-sharing
  • Source of education and awareness
  • Promotion and protection of fundamental rights
  • Ease in doing business
  • Development of social bonds
  • Improvement in lifestyles
  • Facility in decision-making
  • Improvement in work efficiency

5. Facts presenting IT as a curse

  • Spread of materialism
  • Psychological unrest and depression
  • Negative impacts on health
  • Wastage of time
  • Spread of obscenity and nudity
  • Cultural degradation
  • Usurpation of privacy and peace

6. Factors responsible for the evils of Information Technology

  • Easy and unchecked access
  • Poor monitoring mechanism
  • Business-oriented mindset
  • Absence of awareness and education
  • Absence of other recreational facilities
  • Cultural shift
  • Overdependence on IT

7. Recommendations for promoting the positive use of IT

  • Filtering and monitoring
  • Stringent laws
  • Sensitizing through awareness campaigns
  • Provision of recreational facilities
  • Injecting moral values through other means

8. Conclusion

SOMETIMES WE DO NOT SEE WHAT WE SEE

1. Introduction
2. Understanding the dimensions of the topic
3. Supporting arguments

  • Industrial development and its negative consequences
  • Social media and its hidden evils
  • UN: the proponent or violator of human equality?
  • Free trade and its hidden agenda
  • Democracy: rule of the people or rule over the people?
  • Evils associated with modern and improved lifestyle
  • Freedom of speech and its repercussions
  • Traitors in the guise of friends
  • Love marriages usually fail
  • Coeducation: not absolutely perfect way of learning

4. Lessons to be learnt from the maxim

  • Never to be impetuous in reaching conclusions
  • A thorough analysis is always appreciable
  • Only an unprejudiced mind can see realities
  • Maturity lies in not being overwhelmed by emotions

5. Conclusion

CLASSROOMS DECIDE THE FUTURE OF THE NATION

1. Introduction
2. Growth and progress: the ultimate goal of every nation
3. A glimpse at the developed and underdeveloped nations of the world
4. Importance of classrooms in shaping the future of a nation

Political Facts

These are classroom which:

  • Produce future leadership for the nation
  • Give political awareness to the members of the society
  • Create respect for human rights in the hearts of general masses
  • Sensitize the society to the importance of democracy

Social Facts

These are classrooms which:

  • Inject moral values in the society and thus decrease crime rate, corruption, etc.
  • Remove biases from the minds of the students leading to a well-integrated society
  • Enable females to play an active role in the society
  • Inject the virtues of peace, hard work and patriotism in the minds of the members of society

Economic and Administrative Facts

These are classrooms which:

  • Promote the habit of saving in the society
  • Impart skills to the members of the society
  • Increase the efficiency and effectivity of the future workforce
  • Inject progressive approach in the minds of the people

5. Factors responsible for failure of the classrooms to brighten the future of nations

  • Vested interests of the ruling class
  • Poorly devised policies
  • Absence of focus on the character building of students
  • Budgetary constraints
  • Rapid population growth
  • Element of corruption and red tape
  • Social and cultural barriers
  • Poverty and backwardness

6. Recommendations for enabling classrooms to achieve their goals

  • Meticulously designed and target-oriented policies
  • Enhancement of budget
  • Overhaul of curricula
  • Skill development programmes for the faculty members
  • Strict check on child labour
  • Effective population control programmes
  • Awareness campaigns through media
  • Assuming the collective responsibility

7. Conclusion

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