The faculty of human speech is known as language. As we know that more than 200 countries exist in the world, each countries has their own national & many sub-languages. From them English is one. English is an international language which is spoken all over the world.
English language is the language of communication between two mother tongue speakers. It is widely spoken all over the world. The countries like: The United States of America, United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, Australia & many other countries use English language as the national language.
There are many reason for learning the English language. Some are its simplicity, enough (rich) vocabulary, & assimilating power. Moreover all the standard books are written in English. Legal books, medicinal books and technical books are also written in English. It helps us to have foreign trade with any countries of the world as well as to share knowledge about our country to foreigners.
English is used while learning higher science, technology, medicine, economics and commerce. We can’t study these advanced stages (subjects) in our mother tongue. To vie (compete) with others for various job internationally, English language is used. If we know English, we can live in any corner of the world.
These reasons clarify that a person without knowing English is like a car without wheels in the modern world. So, in order to compete internationally we have to learn English language. English language will help you to make our life creative & innovative.
–Sujit Prasad Kushwaha
Technology is the use of scientific knowledge to produce new machinery and devices that can be used to provide different services or can be employed further to create more devices. The application of information to design and produce machines and other goods to make life more convenient for the human beings is known as technology. Here are some essays of varying lengths on Technology to help you with the topic in your class tests and exams.
Scientists conduct research and experiment with different things to come up with newer ideas. Technologists use these ideas to develop newer devices. People these days have grown extremely accustomed to the use of these technological inventions that they simply cannot do without them. They await the launch of newer and more advanced devices. Mobile phones and cars are the best examples of this. People wait for the new models and replace them without giving it a second thought.
The smart phones offer so much, from amazing gaming experience to instant connectivity with people, that it is hard to take your eyes off it. Your car, air conditioner, microwave and other technologically advanced devices also seem as good because of the convenience they offer. However, it is wise not to go overboard with their use. Maintain a balance between science and nature to lead a peaceful life and keep your surroundings healthy.
Almost everything we use in our day-to-day life is a gift of technology and we cannot imagine our lives without most of these things. However, as much good as the technology has done to the mankind, we cannot deny the fact that it has also caused as much harm to our surroundings.
–Sujit Prasad Kushwaha
M: Must be measurable/ quantifiable
T: Time bound
S: Studious/ Smart
D: Disciplined/ Desirous
E: Eager/ Effortful
N: Notable/ Neat
T: Tolerant/ Talented
–Sujit Prasad Kushwaha
Mr. Sujit Prasad Kushwaha
I am a student studying in class nine of Shree Janapriya Secondary School Simalchaur-8, Pokhara. I am also a part of English Access Micro-scholarship Program funded by US Embassy.
2065-2069 BS: Studied in Future Star English Boarding School Katahariya, Rautahat from Montessori to class One.
2070-2073 BS: Studied in G. Star English Boarding School Gaur-8, Rautahat Nepal from grade two to seven.
2074-till date: Studying in Janapriya Secondary School Simalchaur-8, Pokhara in class nine.
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
· Can speak English, Nepali, Bhojpuri, and Hindi.
· Good in playing cricket, badminton, carom-board and other various games.
· Good at videos editing, making animations and other basic software, e.g. MS Word; MS Excel; MS PowerPoint; Adobe Photoshop; English Typing; and Email and Internet.
Mr. Prakash Chandra Giri
Goodwill Activity School Pokhara, Nepal
Father KN Waiba and mother Amrit Moktan gave a birth to a new child in Ligiya Tea Garden, Darjeeling, India in the year of BS 1994, Baishakh and they baptised the newly born child Bishnu Kumari Waiba. The child later chose ‘Parijat’ as her pen name when she ventured into the world of literature. She suffered from the diseases like tuberculosis, asthma, and rheumatism, a bright star of Nepali literature couldn’t continue her higher education after she completed graduation from Padma Kanya Campus, Kathmandu. Her first poem was published in the ‘Dharti’ magazine in 2013 BS. She is a poet, essayist, storyteller and novelist too. Her writing depicted the feelings of underprivileged and marginalised people. She is famous for her novels Siris Ko Phool, Mahattahin, Bainsh Ko Manche, Parkhal Bhitra Ra Bahir, Toribari Bata Ra Sapanaharu, and Antermukhi.