Author Archives: Sarabjot Singh

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It is generally observed that almost all high level jobs are done by men. Does it mean that the government should encourage a certain percentage of these jobs to be reserved for women? Do you agree or disagree with this proposition?

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It seems unusual but true because almost all high level and top position jobs are generally entrusted to men and not to women. However, I believe that reserving any proportion of top level jobs for women is not a wise proposition.



Introducing reservation for women in t0p level positions has plenty of disadvantages. First, such reservation will prevent deserving candidates from serving at higher posts. This will certainly create great frustration and disappointment in their minds. For example, in India, the system of reservation exists in civil services and in many other government sectors. This has generated huge discontent in the minds of government employees.

Second, such a system can bring incompetent candidates at important positions. As a result of this, it can hinder growth of the organization, which ultimately leads to a negative impact on the economy of the country. Finally, a top level team comprised of some incompetent and some competent candidates cannot work with synergy and this can lead to hazardous results.

On the other hand, those who favor reservation for women argue that such a system lets women work with confidence and will brings sense of equality in them. They also add that women working at entry level positions shall get inspired by seeing other women .in higher positions and this will encourage them to improve their own performance.



Finally, it is true that reserving seats for women in top level jobs may offer good opportunities to them. However, barring deserving candidates by reserving seats for the other gender will certainly have some unfortunate effects on the corporate sector. Hence, I think the government must not implement reservation for women in top level jobs.


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Some people say that the government should control the am0unt of violence in films and on television in order to control violent crimes in society. .How far do you agree or disagree with this statement?

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Controlling the intensity of violence that is depicted on television screen has always been a question of debate. It always has its supporters and protestors. However, in my opinion, it is good to not to show too many destructive scenes to the viewers of televisions.



Those who assert that government should not control violence come forward with the following arguments: Firstly, they say that television is a reflection of events happening in the society and those who produce shows take inspiration from incidents happening

around them. This may appear convincing. However, it is also proven that showing violence can leave a negative and destructive impact on the minds of the viewers, especially children because they are emotionally more vulnerable and their minds are more impressionable.



Secondly, they say that too much violence is always shown in other media like cinema. Such violent movies also do good business and are watched by people. This argument looks convincing but if we look deeper, we realize that people go to cinemas for occasional entertainment only. On the other hand, they watch television regularly and with all the family members. ‘In this situation, increased frequency of exposure to extreme violence is not suitable for all viewers.

Finally, they add that there should be no restriction on creativity and freedom of expression. It can be a promising point, but it is undoubtedly clear that freedom of expression and creativity must never be used’ to discomfort others and affect the psychology of our youth.

All in all, according to me, we must control the intensity of violence depicted on television in order to have a positive, less destructive and less crime inclined society.


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Some people believe that the government should not spend too much money on the outer space exploration. Do you agree or disagree?

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We have always tried to find out if we are alone in this infinite universe or not. For this, we have spent immense revenue and so far, we have not met with success. Hence, some people come forward with an argument that governments must spend less on space exploration. Considering the rising needs of people and their problems, this argument does hold some valid ground.

Governments must limit their spending on outer space exploration for many reasons. First, the cost of such projects is in trillions, which is higher than GDP of many developing countries in the world. Secondly, there is no assurance of success of such projects. In such instances, all money along with precious fuel and other valuable material can go to total waste. Finally, we all know the most infamous accident of Space Shuttle Columbia, in which. NASA lost billions of dollars and highly qualified astronauts.

On the other hand, it is always important for us to know more about space. It is extremely necessary to learn and to understand the space in order to better comprehend our Earth and its possible future. Moreover, we can also protect our Earth from possible threats like comets or any other acute changes that may happen in outer space. Finally, such exploration may become successful in future and we may come to know about other planets where life is possible.

All in all, I strongly believe that we ought to find out more about outer space but certainly not by sacrificing the needs of people of our Earth. Their basic needs must be satisfied by governments before allocating budgets for outer space exploration.


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Some people think that maintaining public libraries is a waste of public money since a computer system can replace their function. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

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Technology in the present day world has revolutionized services and facilities in almost  all facets of life. Public libraries have also benefited to a great extent by the use of computers. Some people present an argument that governments should not spend money in maintaining them as computers can replace them. However, this suggestion  does not seem feasible enough for most countries.

There are many reasons why computers cannot completely replace public libraries in the near future. First, libraries contain books written in many different languages whereas majority of software programs are developed in English which creates problems for the programmer in displaying information regarding such books. Subsequently, it also creates problems for the users to use the books efficiently.

Secondly, it is indeed difficult to read books on computers as it has implications for the health of our eyes. In addition, it is expensive because computers need infrastructure which may not be affordable in the  rural areas of developing economies.

Thirdly, not all the people who visit a library may be computer savvy. Thus, it is extremely difficult for many members of public libraries to access the services and to get benefits from it. Finally, computers are also vulnerable to technical glitches. They do succumb to system crashes, viruses, hardware or software related problems and in such a situation,  it shall become next to impossible to access any book in the library.

However, according to some people computers do have benefits to offer. One of them is, they save time and they need less space. We can store thousands of books in a small 3.5 inch hard drive. Also, life of books is longer in digital form compared to their versions on paper. Most importantly, with the help of computers, books of the library can  be accessed by people beyond geographical borders.

Finally, considering the points on the either side of the given topic, I conclude that computers should be used to facilitate library functioning but in the near future they  should not completely replace the public libraries.


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An increase in violent crime among youngsters under the age of 18. Some psychologists claim that the basic reason for this is that children these days are not getting the social and emotional learning they need from parents and teachers. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

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It does seem to be true that parents find teachers have lost the authority they used to have, especially in the eyes of teenagers. They are no longer seen as models for behavior like hard work, politeness and so on. In fact, when young people today are so rebellious, both parents and teachers are afraid to exercise their authority. However, I do not agree that this is the basic reason for the increase in teenage violence.




First belief, while I believe it is true that a lack of social and emotional learning contributes to the problem. Because, when they do not use their rights to correct on the spot to their children, they easily get diverted from the right track. Other factors are also surely involved such as economic factors, for example, if a child comes from a poor family and he lives in low-quality housing in all undesirable area, this is sure to affect him, though parents may love and provide all their needs.

However in this modernized era children do not get social and emotional learning as parents find it necessary to go out for work and have less time to spend. Moreover teachers are bound to their syllabus teachings. Nevertheless, about friends a question arises. This is apparent when you are in your teens your friends have more influence on you than your parents or teachers. At that age, you want to be part of a group, or even a gang, and this might lead to breaking the law in a number of ways.




In conclusion, while I agree that lack of social and emotional learning from parents and teachers is a factor in the growth of teenage violence, but I do not believe that this is the only factor that causes serious delinquency.


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If you could change one important thing about your hometown, what would you change?

Change is the Law or nature” so changes are inevitable. As for me, if I could change one thing about my hometown, I think it would be the fact that there is no sense of community here. People have no feeling of connected; they never look out for one another. Finally, they never know their neighbors. However this hides many causes behind.



The first and foremost reason that generates the absence of sense of community is no permanency in their profession, because they change jobs frequently and move on due [0 various purposes. This means they never get rooted in the community; they do not join community organizations and are not willing to get involved in trying to improve the quality of life. Additionally, they do not get involved in improving the schools because they think that quality of education is not of uttermost importance to their lives.

Moreover, People in my hometown do not try to support others around them, due to not keeping a friendly eye on their children. They are not aware when people around them may be going through a hard time. For example, they may not know if a neighbor loses a loved one participating in their sorrow remains far away.




So, at first I would love to begin this change from house itself, just as saying goes “charity begins at home” to improve such worse situation at my hometown. Secondly, I would get youth motivated to combat against this rooted problem because society depends on the shoulders of youngsters.

To conclude, my hometown is a nice place to live in many ways. but” it would be much nice if w had that sense of community.


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Crime among youngsters under the age of 18.Children these days are not getting the social and emotional learning they need from parents and teachers. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

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It does seem to be true that parents find teachers have lost the authority they used to have, especially in the eye of teenagers. They are no longer seen as models for behavior like hard work, politeness and so on. In fact, when young people today are so rebellious, both parents and teachers are afraid to exercise their authority. However, I do not agree that this is the basic reason for the increase in teenager’s violence.




First belief, while I believe it is true that a lack of social and emotional learning contributes to the problem. Because, when they do not use their rights to correct on the spot top their children, they easily get diverted from the right track. Other factors are also surely involved such as economic factors, for example, if a child comes from a poor family and he lives in low-quality housing in all housing in all undesirable area, this is sure to affect him, though parents may love and provide all their needs.

However in this modernized era children do not get social and emotional learning as parents find it necessary to go out for work and have less time to spend. Moreover teachers are bound to their syllabus teachings. Nevertheless, about friends question arise. This is apparent when you are in your teens your friends have more influence on you than your parents or teachers. At the age, you want to be part of a group or even a gang, and this might lead to breaking the law in a number of ways.

In conclusion, while I agree that lack of social and emotional learning form parents and teachers is a factor in the growth of teen age violence, but I do not believe that is the only factor that causes serious delinquency.


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Machines starts replace humans in many jobs; discuss both negative and positive points of this development.

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Working with the assistance of machines has created our existence way less complicated and easier than previous generations. In today’s era, machines have created such a great impact on man that the current generations become erratic if they are subjected to an environment where machines are absent. However, it has both negative and positive effects.


First and forest, machines have made many kind of human labor irrelevant. Computers, as well as many other machines, have replaced the requirements for humans to perform repetitive tasks. Computer can perform calculations and record information far better than human and for lower value. Hence, machines have replaced many human jobs. Moreover, location has become far less important in human lives as the machines of technology have connected them to vast information and social networks. Many everyday tasks can be automated by technology in modern lives, allowing people to accomplish tasks from anywhere.

However, one cannot ignore the fact that human still has  its own distinct benefits over machines, when it comes to skill, intellect, creation, versatility, and expertise humans are still a lot more active, superior and capable then machines. Additionally, Art and creativeness can solely be seen in humans. When compared with machines, the human manpower has its own distinct blessing.

Last impression, machines facilities in an exceedingly giant scale in sector wherever production and force is needed, but it cannot be forgotten that this is man who invented machines and gave shape to his own vision. So created can never be over creation.


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In some countries, marriages are arranged by the parents but in other case, people choose their own marriage partner. Discuss both systems.

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The idea that a marriage should be arranged by the parents of the couple, or by the members of the family, is quite acceptable to some societies, yet diversity in ethnicities alters the way to get married. It all depends on your culture expectations.

In so called western societies, it is very unusual for married to be arranged. Most young people would not agree with the idea that their parents have the right to choose partner for their life. They feel that arranged marriages deny fundamental right to choose, even if they make a bad decision.


However, if we are honest about it, we might acknowledge that some parents organize their children’s lives in accordance with their choice and approve them to move forward. It could be said that this is, to some extent, similar to an arranged marriage. It is always better when families support the relationship and welcome the grandchildren.

Third argument is, people for whom arranged marriages are the culture norm often argue that the likelihood of the marriage not successful. Parents can be assured that their children are joining a family of similar standing and culture background. As examples, if their parents’ marriage was arranged, and has worked well, then they cannot question the custom.

Finalizing, whatever the trend may be followed by their individual, the important thing to ensure is that people are never forced into a marriage which well make them unhappy or lead to an unequal relationship where one partner is exploited by the other. This applies in all societies and situations.


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It has been said, ”Not everything that is learned in contained in books.”. Compare and contrast knowledge gained from experience with knowledge gained from books. In your opinion, which source is more important? Why?

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It has been said, ”Not everything that is learned in contained in books.”.

Compare and contrast knowledge gained from experience with knowledge gained from books. In your opinion, which source is more important? Why?

Universally, there are two ways to get knowledge in the life namely experience and books. Experience is the best teacher” is an old cliché, but I agree with it. The most important and sometimes the hardest, lessons we learn in life come from our participation in situations. So, everything cannot be learn from book.




To begin with, learning from books in a formal education setting is also valuable. It is in schools that we learn the information we need to function in our society. We learn how to speak and write and understand mathematical equations. This is all information that we need to live in our communities and earn a living.

Nevertheless, I think that the most important lessons cannot be taught; they have to be experienced. No one can teach us how to get along with others or how to have self-respect. As we grow from children into teenagers, no one can teach dealing with way getting rooted in the world and be independent, that all from experience of life.

Moreover, teachers and parents are valuable sources experience to get advice when we are young, As we enter into new stages in our lives, the advices we receive from them is very helpful because they have already bad similar experience. But experiencing our own triumphs and disasters is really the only way to learn how to deal with life.

In total, having evaluated this can be said that experiential knowledge over weigh bookish knowledge, because experience makes alive the theories we receive from books


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