10th Class English Essay

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10th Class English Essay Punjab Boards 

  1. My Last Day at School
  2. Sports and Games
  3. Health
  4. Library
  5. Courtesy
  6. A true Muslim
  7. Television
  8. My National Hero / (Quaid-e- Azam)
  9. Our National Poet/Allama Iqbal/My favorite Poet
  10. My Hobby
  11. My Ambition
  12. My Neighbor
  13. My Best Friend
  14. A visit to Historical place/ A Picnic Party
  15. A visit to Hill station
  16. A Cricket Match
  17. A Rainy Day/  Monsoon/ A Rainy Storm
  18. My House
  19. A visit to Railway station
  20. Computer
  21. My Favorite Book
  22. Life in a big city
  23. village Life

My Last Day at School

A student never forgets the memories of his experiences and observations at school. The first and last day at  school are of unique significance for students. While the first day at school may cause anxiety, fear and   nervousness. The last day is surely a day of hope, confidence and preparedness. My last day at school is still fresh in my memory.

Tears trickle down my cheeks as I  remember my last day in my school. It was the day of parting, and parting in life is always painful. It was the last chapter of the glorious book of my student life at school. I had been a student in my school for ten years. It was a golden period of my life, but the golden period passed away swiftly like a happy dream.

The 4th of February 2023, was my last day at school. It was a day of mixed joy and sorrow. We were happy because we were going to be free from the strict discipline of the school. We were sad because we were going to part from our respectable teachers and loving friends. On that day preparatory holidays were given. No teaching work was done. Our class teachers came as usual to our classes. They laid great stress on the importance of revising syllabus. They also advised us not to be nervous but take the examination with courage. The headmaster assured us that even during the preparatory holidays we could get our difficulties removed if we wanted to.

The ninth class students had arranged a farewell party on the eve of our departure. We all assembled in the hall. We were served with sweets and tea. Songs were sung and speeches suited to the occasion were made. The monitor of the ninth class read out the farewell address which was so touching and impressive.

Then we were photographed along with the Headmaster and the worthy    teachers. We bade good —bye to one another. Our  throats were too chocked to  utter  a  single word. Gloom reigned in the school. I took leave of my teachers, asked for their blessings and started for home. I left the gate, but the school building, seemed to beckon to me. I threw back a wistful glance. I then consoled myself. I thought I should visit this seat of light and learning once a year.

 Sports and Games

Sports and games are very important for us. They keep us healthy and fit. They offer us a change from the monotony of daily life. It is a useful means of entertainment and physical activity. Sports and games help in character building. They give us energy and strength. Sports and games are means of mental and physical growth. During sports we come to learn many things.

We learn how to maintain mental balance in the midst of hopes and despair. They make us learn how to tackle the difficult situation. Sports develop a sense of friendliness. They develop in us team spirit. They help in developing mental and physical toughness. They shape our body and make it strong and active. They give us energy and strength.

They remove tiredness and lethargy. They improve blood circulation. This improves our physical well-being. Sports and games improve our capability. They improve our efficiency. Either study or work alone makes us exhaust. We remain no longer efficient to do any work. Sports remove our mental exhaustion. Sports are integral part of education. Education without sports is incomplete. Keeping their value in life, children are taught some sorts of games in the very early stage in school.

Sports and games give us opportunity to grow in life. These days’ sports have been commercialized. They have become a good means of earning. The sports person who does well in sports is showered with name, fame and wealth. He becomes a hero overnight. Sports have great potential to offer career opportunities. So we should take them very seriously from the very early age of our life

Sports are good means of earnings. Sports offer opportunity to prove talents. Thus, sports have great value in life. Sports facilities are being developed in rural and semi-urban areas. There are playgrounds in villages. Sports infrastructure are being developed everywhere so as to promote them. Various sport organizations are also doing well in promotion of sports.


The word library comes from the Latin word “liber”, meaning book. A library is, as everyone knows, a room or building in which a well-arranged collection of books, CDs, newspapers, gramophone records, etc. is kept for reading or reference. Nowadays, every school has its library. School libraries are small indeed, when compared with the well-equipped public libraries that are to be found in some of the bigger towns like Lahore and Karachi.

There are libraries which allow their members to borrow books; these are called lending libraries. There are others which do not lend books, but permit their use to members in the library premises. Some libraries are free and open to the public; others charge a fee for the sue and loan of books and periodicals.

Libraries are a great, blessing, especially to the poor and the middle class people who cannot afford to buy all the books they would like to read. As members of a library paying a small subscription, they can get the profit of borrowing such books.

Fifty years ago, the number of the people who could read books was comparatively very small in number, but this number is much larger today. The new taste for reading can be satisfied and the hunger for more knowledge is relieved by libraries.

The library is sometimes called “the memory of the human race”. A library is the meeting place for the ideas and words of people who have helped to shape the development of the world. A library is also a place where the experience of the past can meet the needs of the present. It gives you the key to the treasure house of knowledge.


A great miracle is the man and there is nothing more wonderful than to be healthy and happy. A healthy soul resides in a healthy mind and a healthy mind resides in a healthy body.

Good health is a precious gift of nature to the mankind. It is like the sun, which dispels darkness and imparts happiness. It provides freshness and refreshing energy to others. A healthy person is most welcome in the society.

“Health and gaiety foster beauty”.

There is a well known proverb “Health is better than wealth” We don’t realize the value of good health and do little to maintain it. It is only when we become ill, then we realize the worth and value of good health. It is well said,

“Health is not valued till sickness comes”.  Thomas Fuller

It is our duty to maintain the wonderful and miraculous machines, called the human body. It is more versatile and complex than any other machine or living being. The primary requisite of the body is a healthy and balanced diet. Our body needs at least 2200 calories everyday in the form of cereals, pulses, milk, fruits and vegetables. The food must provide essential nutrients

Worry and tension are bad for health. Body and mind go together. A healthy mind is a mind free from tension, anxieties, cares and worries, selfishness, jealously and anger. Sleep is also necessary for health. It restores the energy of our body lost while working. Sometimes staying at one place, years in years out tends to make us weary and stale. It is clear signal that what we need is a complete change in our environment.


“Courtesy costs nothing but pays a huge dividend” which has been guiding mankind through all the stages of civilization. “A man without a sense of courtesy is an animal with human form.” says the great essayist and moral teacher, Francis Bacon. Courtesy means gentle and polite behavior in dealing with people in our day to day life. It is an act of civility and good manners. Courtesy is a great virtue in a man’s life. Courtesy demands one to be modest, tasteful and decent in his talking to and behaving with others. Courtesy is the gift of treating others with warmth and respect. It means according dignity to people by being considerate, responsive, and kind in our dealings with them.

There are numerous instances of showing courtesy to others very simple and easy causing you absolutely no difficulty on strain. For example, giving your seat to a lady, an elderly or disabled person while travelling in local transport or waiting for turn at some other place, saying “Thank you” and “Please” when being favored or while asking for favor, cost nothing but has a tremendous impact on the other person. These small civilities and little acts of kindness make human society a better place to live.

Courtesy costs nothing but pays a lot in return. A Courteous person is liked and loved by all. This type of man remains very popular among his friends and relatives. Everybody has willingness to help him in the time of need. These well behaved courteous people are the foundation of good society and nation. But these days the number of this type of people is less. Most of the people whom we come across everyday are generally arrogant, impatient and self-centered. They neither love other nor are loved by any of them. That is why our society is suffering a lot from ill antisocial activities. This situation can be improved only through good manners and civility. Courtesy creates great atmosphere of living with coherence.

A True Muslim

A true Muslim is one whose likes and dislikes are subservient to the choice of Allah, Trust and complete faith in God and unconditional obedience to His commands are his significant signs.

Unlike others, a true Muslim is the custodian of very high principles which he is honour-bound to guard. He can defend and guard these principles only by acting upon them even under most discouraging circumstances. He stands fast and unwavering like a rock in the midst of most vehement (fierce) currents of opposition. He tolerates every bitter ordeal for the sake of Islam and did not deviate from his loyalty and love for Islam.

It is the moral obligation of a true Muslim to readily lay down his life in support of righteous cause. Regularity, tactfulness and punctuality are the important features of true Muslim’s character. Islam, as a creed, gives a complete code of life which a Muslim has to keep before his eyes during all hours of a day and night. He gets up early in the morning to join the congregational prayer in the mosque. He goes to bed well in time at night to ensure early rising in the next morning.

According to Allah, a true Muslim is he who devotes his life to Allah’s service. His faith is firm and resolute. He always practices piety; and he is loyal and patient. He fears only Allah lest he should transgress the divine precepts unawares. He is liberal in charity. He keeps the days of fasting and abstains from fornication. Moreover, he continually calls upon his Allah

 A Rainy Day

It was the day of 15th July and it was the day when my school was about to get open after the summer vacation. I was very much excited and energetic to visit the school after so long time. The whole sky was overcast with the thick dark clouds.  There was little expectation of the likelihood of the rain in the sky. Therefore, my parents advised me to take along the umbrella with me or either I should stay back at home. But as I was so much excited to visit the school after so long break so I decided to take an umbrella along with me. I hold my school bag and made my way towards the school.

I walked with fast footsteps so that the rain cannot catch me. But I just covered a few of the yards when the rain started to put drops on me. And in just a matter of a few minutes, the rain-drenched my entire clothes! I decided to find a better shelter for myself so that I can get myself protected from the rain. It was raining so heavily that I could not think about taking my step more outside on road.  By this time all my clothes were completely wet. I loved my books so I tried my best to protect them from water so I hold them close to my heart.

The rain was not stopping. So I decided to rush to school by running as fast as I could.  Strong winds were coming from opposite directions that stopped me from running fast too.  My shoes were completely wet and it even made me fall on the ground so many times that made my nose hurt as well. All my books were floating in the water and they were completely spoiled.

With so much effort finally, I entered the school with all my wet clothe was a memorable experience with a rainy day at my school!

A visit to Hill station

As during the last of my summer vacations, I got the chance to make a visit to a hill station (Murree) where some of our relatives were staying as well. No doubt this was a very pleasure full plan of outing.

We passed through the cities of Islamabad and later on Rawalpindi and finally, we reached our destination of Murree. I was super excited! The splendid city of marvelous qualities and dazzling scenarios gives outstanding look. The air was so cool and pleasant. The atmosphere and weather of this place were much changed from Karachi as our city place. The whole scenery of the place was much charming and breath-taking to view out with. I was falling in love with this place in just one look.

During the time of traveling, I get to witness the bird’s eye view of so many places. It was a complete amusement. I even visited Mall Road Murree for the very first time.  As I was visiting Murree for the very first time so I had already made a long list of the places which I will be visiting in Murree!

Every single morning and evening of the day I used to go for a long walk. The fresh air of Murree was really something energizing and refreshing to feel. Going up and coming down from the sloppy areas of the mountains was an adventurous experience.

So this was the short journey of my hill station trip which I visited just recently over my relative. It was a wonderful experience. I always remember this memorable day of my life ever. I would even suggest to you, readers, as well that if you have still not visited Murree yet then go and have a visit over it right now!

  Village Life

Village life is very different from city life. Lots of people prefer this life over city life because of a few reasons. First of all, now all the facilities that people get in the big cities are available in the villages.

The Internet and electricity are the two most important things that can bring a huge change. And these two are available in the villages now. Even the better road is making the communication system better.

Village life is simple and very peaceful. When someone is living in a village, he can spend his time the way he wants. There are lots of wide areas to spend time with. The air is so fresh. It will allow you to take a deep breath without any fear of pollution.

In the village, there is no air pollution. The air is clean and safe for everyone. There are lots of advantages that have made village life interesting. The food, the living quality, and lot more things has made this amazing.

People love to live in the village due to some reasons. I am providing these reasons here with you. The first reason is the food quality. You will find all types of fresh vegetables, fruits, or fishes here in the village.

And that’s almost impossible in the city. The people are very friendly here. You can make friends with anyone. They are ready to spend time with you too.

I love village life a lot because I have spent so many years in a village. I have seen the real scene of the village from very near and I loved it by heart and soul.

 My Neighbor

The neighbor is the nearest person with whom one has social contact. They are partners in one’s sorrows and joys. Having a good neighbor is a blessing and a bad neighbor is a curse. This is our good luck that our neighbors are decent.

Our nearest neighbor is Mr. Ali . His house is next to ours. He has good manners and very sweet nature. We always find him with a smiling face. He has three sons and a daughter. Every member of his family is cultured and well mannered. They are always ready for any type of help to their neighbors.

Mr. Ali  is a professor at the university. He leaves for the university at 10 a.m. and generally returns home by 5 p.m. He is a man of simple living and high thinking. In the morning and evening time, you will generally find him wearing khadi kurta pajama. He is fond of playing chess. He is a man with libéral views. Everyone in the colony has high regard for him. He is the President of’Colony Welfare Society.

Mrs. Ali  is a very gentle and pious lady. She is God-fearing and a good-natured lady. She is very humble. Like her husband, she is very popular among the women of the colony.

His three sons are also well behaved. The youngest one is. my class fellow and the other two are students of the first and third year in Engineering college. Their daughter is very small and soft-spoken

We are fortunate enough to have good neighbors like them.

“Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah /My National Hero”

It is the Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah who is the founder of our dear motherland, Islamic Republic of Pakistan. He is regarded as our liberator.

M.A. Jinnah saw the light of the day in Karachi on 25th December, 1876 in the noble family of a rich businessman, Poonja Jinnah. He received his early education in Karachi Mission School. At the age of 16, after passing Matriculation Examination, he went to England and studied law and took his Banister’s degree from Lincoln’s Inn. In 1896, he came back and started practice as a lawyer, first in Karachi and then in Bombay.

Mr. Jinnah was born great, and to rule the hearts of the Indian Muslims. He started his political career as a member of Bombay Legislature. Then he joined Indian National Congress. He was a great champion of freedom for the people of India. When he realized that the congress was a neo-Hindu body and stood for Ram Raj, he resigned and joined the All India Muslim League in 1922. He had been the greatest spokesman of the India Muslims for a separate state for them.

Mr. Jinnah was highly intelligent, highly disciplined, hardworking supremely self-confident, driven by the dream and  drove others. He was the first Governor General Pakistan.

Quaid-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah died at 10:20 pm on September 11, 1948 at Ziarat in Quetta. He was buried the next day in Karachi, where a handsome domed monument of pink marble now stands, housing the remains of one of the history’s most remarkable, tenacious, enigmatic figures. Pakistan is a living monument of his greatness and his service.

May Allah rest his soul in peace . (Amin)

 My House 

“The first indication of domestic happiness is the love of one’s home.”

How truly the poet has said, “Home, home, sweet home, there is no place like home.”

My house is situated in a wide and spacious lane in the heart of the city. It is a very commodious and has an open square courtyard. It is a spacious two-story building made of brick and stone. The outside is plastered and the walls inside are all white-washed. It has a tiled floor. There are about ten rooms, six in the first floor and four in the second floor.

The house is open on the two sides, and hence it is well-ventilated and quite airy – a rare thing in a city. There are several windows as well to let in light and air. The kitchen is quite separate so that the smoke does not go to other rooms at all. The two sitting rooms in the ground floor are well furnished.

A green front lawn and a garden in the rear of my house are particularly fascinating and charming. The soft tidy and trimmed lush green grass of the front lawn looks like a green velvety floor. In the back garden of my house, there are mango, lemon, orange and banana trees. They bear plentiful fruit. There bloom flowers of different colors in the front lawn and the back garden of my house.

We are small and happy family, where every member is considerate of the needs and comforts of others. We all share household work too. We share all that we enjoy or suffered during the day.

“Home is the resort of love, of joy, of peace and plenty, where supporting and supported, polished friends and deserted relatives mingle into bliss”.

“My house to me is the best place in the world, where I live with my mother, father, a brother and a sister. I have also become so used to living in it that now I don’t really feel comfortable anywhere else. I have a lot of association with it, for I have spent my childhood in it. II

A life in a big City

“God made the country, man made the town”.

Daily life in a big city is busy and exciting. It is full of charms, comforts and Difficulties as well. Life in a big city is not as simple and peaceful. Big cities are centers of trade and business. There are many big markets and shopping

Centers in big cities. As soon as the sun rises, people move on to their jobs in offices, mills, factories and shops. There is a great rush of traffic on roads. Traffic often jams in rush hours. The same thing happens after mid-day when thousands of people return to their homes after the day’s work.

The atmosphere of big cities is not clean and fresh. It is polluted with harmful substances Sanitation facilities are inadequate.  Heaps of dirt can be seen everywhere.

The residents of big cities have no peace of mind. Worries and cares are the part and parcel of their life. People are stuck in the groove of the routine life. They do not find any time to relax themselves.

“Cities teach me nothing but people living in them do

Big cities are centers of knowledge . There are many schools, colleges and other educational institutions in big cities. Besides this, medical facilities are easily available. But life in a big city is a whirlpool of different activities.

“Man’s course begins in a garden but it ends in a city”

A Cricket Match

A match is the most exciting activity. Some matches are quite thrilling, sensational and full of suspense such matches are really enjoyable.

I also got a chance to witness such a match a few months ago. It was played between Pakistan and India, the two traditional rival.  India was favorite in that match. The stadium was jam packed with the spectators. The umpires with two captains came in the ground. The Indian Captain won the toss and decided to bat first. Both the openers entered the ground, running towards the pitch circling their bats around. The commentary on the match, both in English and Urdu, was exciting and enjoyable.

In the beginning, the match was a bit slow in tempo In the first ten over’s, the Indian

Team could score only 50 runs for the loss of three wickets. The coming batsmen played well and they stroked a few good shots. Last five over’s were the most exciting, for they scored 60 more runs in these over’s. The total of the Indian team reached 268 runs in 50 over’s for the loss of seven wickets.

After a short break, the Pakistani, team started its innings in a very confident manner

 In the first seven over’s, the Pakistani team easily scored fifty runs without losing any wicket. But in the 8th over Pakistani team lost its two wickets. But the captain of Pakistani team along with Umar Akmal played with great responsibility and they succeeded in achieving the target in 49th over. Pakistan won the match by four wickets. Everyone was very happy and some excited spectators ran towards the ground, some started leaving and some kept sitting to see the prize distribution ceremony. Umar Akmal was declared the man of the match, for scoring a brilliant century. In short, this match was very interesting and everybody praised the players.

My Best Friend

“A friend is like nectar that sweetens the bitterness of our life.”

People often talk about friendship but nobody knows what it means. It is a perfumed flower which blossoms in different hearts and the more it is cherished, the better fruit it brings forth. True friend is like a shady tree that gives us shelter from the broiling heat of the sun. It has been truly remarked,

“A faithful friend is a balm to our wounded hearts.”

A faithful friend is the best medicine of life, and my friend should act as a balm to my heart. Ali is my best friend.  He is a gentleman to the backbone. Ali comes of an educated family. He is a model of modest on his every visit to me, Ali makes me happy. He is always hopeful. He always looks at the bright side of things. He is a source of inspiration to me. When I am sad and grieved his company removes the darkness of my mind.

He is a humanist. He does not look down upon the poor. Ali  always tries his best to help the poor and the needy. He regularly reads the newspapers, journals and magazines. He knows all the important facts of life. Ali is fully in touch with the current affairs of the world, too.

To conclude, friends are those who stand by us through thick and thin. True friends do not leave us in the lurch. A sincere and selfless friend is a great blessing. Of God

My Favorite Poet

“A poet is born, not made.”

Poetry is the art of expressing one’s feelings and ideas in an impressive manner. It provides us pleasure besides improving our awareness of life.  Allama Muhammad Iqbal is my favorite poet. He is undoubtedly the greatest Muslim poet of this century. His poetry is read and appreciated not only in Pakistan and India but also in Iran and many European countries. His books have been translated into English, German and other languages of the world. He was not only a poet but also a great thinker.

In his poems, Dr. Iqbal exhorts the Muslims to come back to the fold of Islam and to regain their lost prestige. I like his poetry which gives us the message of hope and struggle of life. His concept of “Khudi” is appreciated by the scholars all over the world.

He was born at Sialkot in a Kashmiri family in 1877. His father Sheikh Nu Muhammad was a mystique, from whom Iqbal inherited his deep love of religion. When he was a student at Murray Collage, Sialkot, he had the good fortune of getting the guidance of a capable teacher like Syed Mir Hassan. He created in Iqbal a genuine love for Arabic, Persian and Islamiat.

When he came to “Government Collage Lahore” for higher education, he got the tutorship of Dr. Arnold who inspired in him a love of philosophy. He got his Master’s Degree in philosophy in 1899, and worked as a Professor of Philosophy for some time. In 1905, he proceeded to Europe for higher studies in Philosophy and Law. He obtained his Ph.D. in Philosophy from Germany and his degree of Bar-at-Law in 1908. On his return to India, Dr. Iqbal started his legal practice but gave it up soon. His real interest lay in poetry and the light of Indian Muslims.

He started writing poems in Urdu as well as Persian. He produced such memorable works, as Bang-i-dara, Bal-i-Gibril,, Zarb-i-Kaleem, Asrar-i-Khudi and Payam-e-i-Mashriq. All of these have become classics of literature.

Unfortunately, he could not live long to see the emergence of Pakistan. He died in 1938, nine years before the creation of Pakistan.

My Ambition

It is always our ambition that determines our future life. Without an ambition life is like a ship which is bound for an unknown destination. To lead a successful life one has to be serious about one’s future and should have proper plans for his coming life. That’s why adoption of any ambition is necessary in life.

As any human being, 1 would like to be a doctor because I am deeply interested in the medical profession. I think that our country needs more and more doctors in order to provide proper medical facilities to common man. In my opinion the best way to please God is to serve fellow human beings. Man cannot get real happiness by amassing wealth by winning fame band by becoming powerful. Real happiness and contentment of heart comes through selfless service to mankind.

The nobleness of purpose and service to the humanity are the true objectives of all professions, followed in the world. The ultimate utility or service is the centre on which all energies and facilities are drive, which results in the mutual benefit of all human beings. From the daily observation, it is crystal clear that a doctor has ample opportunities of serving the weak, poor and disabled human beings. Through his self-less efforts he can give joy to the sick People

After becoming a doctor I would devote myself totally to the benefit of humanity. I would not hesitate to serve in rural areas as I think there is a great need of doctors in far flung areas. Having chosen the path of future, I would judiciously and thoughtfully devote my time, energy and all my means to fulfill my desire. It requires great patience, perseverance and sacrifice. My dream can only become a worthy accomplishment by staying awake and working hard. The achievement of one’s objective and aim is not always a smooth sailing. One cannot discover new seas unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore. I pray to God to help me in getting my ambition.

My Hobby

“A hobby is a pleasant work which we do in our spare time for pleasure and recreation and not for income”

My hobby is stamp collecting. It is a very cheap and interesting hobby. It is creative and informative. I adopted this hobby when, once, I saw beautiful stamp — album with a close friends of mine. Since that time, I have prepared three albums of my own. They contain six hundred stamps of different countries and different times.

I do not have to spend much on my stamps. I usually get stamps quite free of cost from my local and foreign friends through correspondence.He often supplies me with a rich variety of stamps. The rare ones a buy from the market — stamp sellers’ shops. My stamps have improved my knowledge of history and geography to a great extent. They open before me a vast world of past and present. I often makes notes about the ceremonial stamps of some countries.

Stamps tell me the stories of old times, old people and old places. They provide me the glimpses of old events and incidents, old Kings and Queens, and old Kingdom and countries. I can have images of old England, Germany, France, Russia, America, China and old British India. My stamps unfold to me the pictures of strange birds and beasts, banners, and buildings which I can never hope to see in real life.

. It is a great source of inspiration and information. It is a panacea against the boredom and monotony of life. I think it is better to live in the company of stamps and known international events than to move in company of friends.

 My Favorite Book

Books are really a source of knowledge. Books soothe us is sorrows and solace us in sadness. They are invaluable assets for humans. They are sincere companion in solitude and seclusion. Our character building depends mainly upon the right selection of books. It is truly said:

A good book is a life blood of a master-spirit, embalmed and treasured up on purpose for a life beyond

To be favorite means to be one’s after heart or the desert to someone. Though I like many books but my favorite book is the Holy Quran. I have my own reason and consideration for this Holy Book.

The Quran-e-Majid is the Word of Allah as revealed to His prophet, Muhammad (SAW) about fifteen centuries ago. To every prophet Allah gave some miracles, but gone are the prophets and their miracles. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) is the last prophet and Allah gave him an imperishable miracle and that miracle is the Holy Quran. It is a miracle that the Holy Quran has remained 1500 years and it shall remain till the Day of Resurrection, for Allah has taken it on Himself to protect it. The Glorious Quran contains 114 chapters and 6666 verses

The Holy Quran is a complete code of life. It is the proof of Allah before His creation. This Holy Book is as a light whose flames cannot be extinguished, a lamp whose gleam does not die, a sea whose depth cannot be measured, a way whose direction does not mislead, and a ray whose light does not darken.

It is an advisor who never deceives, a leader who never misleads and a narrator who never speaks a lie. It is an illustrious and distinctive source of enlightenment and spiritual illumination of the gone astray people of all ages

A Hockey Match

I was delighted to witness a hockey match between Pakistan and Germany at the National Hockey Stadium recently. The players of both the teams showed qualities of strength, speed, and mobility until the final whistle.

At 5 p.m., the rival captains led their teams on to the field. The captains walked up to the two umpires in the centre of the field for the toss. The German team lost the toss. The Pakistan team therefore took the side of their own choice, for the 1st half of the match. The Germans dominated in the beginning but the Pakistani players fought back and coordinated remarkably. The Germans made strong attempts but our goalkeeper made spectacular saves.

After half time, the Pakistani players made a lightning attack at the Germans goal, and within a minute of the resumption were leading by one goal to nil. This infuriated the Germans, and they went all-out to score the equalizer after a number of well planned moves on their post. They were rewarded with a goal. It was made by their Outside Right with such a powerful hit that the ball hit the net of the goal.

Only a quarter of an hour was now left, unless overtime had to be awarded. The game became very fast now. Both sides appeared to be determined to win. Two minutes from the time, the center forward of the Pakistani team made a brilliant goal.

With less than two minutes of the play left, there was little possibility of the Germans equalizing the score. They fought hard to the end. The final whistle gave the victory to the Pakistanis.

The crowd went wild with joy at the victory of Pakistan.


One of the marvelous and most alluring inventions of science is television. For this we should be thankful to the inventor J.L.Baird whose invention has revolutionized human civilization. Television is the most effective medium of communication.

This one machine has squeezed the world so closely that the people living at the farthest corners of the world are aware of each other’s cultures, languages, traditions and life styles. Television has made this world one global village by its rapid and fast communication. The introduction of cable network and satellite has added even more to sense of connectivity: It not only provides the news but the human emotions and feelings are transferred as well. “Television speeded everything.”

Television has a great educational value by the dint of being the most approachable medium of information. There are a number of channels and programs that illuminate the general public and provide them with the maximum exposure to the world. Television is a great source for entertainment as well.

In general we can say that the television has become an integral part of the living and this has cast some negative impacts.. Like all other things the obsession for watching TV has disastrous effects especially on the students. It can be the greatest source of discomfort and inactivity if its addiction engulfs one. So it can be concluded that television has all the benefits once it is used objectively and not as a chewing gum for eyes.


We are breathing in an era of revolutions. New ideals theories and inventions hit the head-lines in the newspapers. Computers, now-a-days have become part of our daily background. News papers, magazines we read, have been typed by computers, the bills we pay are prepared on computers; and statements in banks and other institutions are made over computers and houses are designed by architects with the help of computers. Scientists, businessmen, soldiers and sailors, clerks and directors, accountants and engineers, teachers and lawyers, doctors and researchers, and a growing number of computer personnel make constant use of computers in their daily life.

Modern offices with the sounds of office machines…typewriters, dictation machines, calculators, copiers, and data processing machines. Computers hold out a great and bright future to mankind. Computer communication will be key to the present and future generations. Computer has helped in data transmission over long distances. No matter the distance, data can be moved from one computer to the other computer at high-speed. Computer also reduces cost in terms of investments in businesses and concise the record rooms into single hard drive. Computer helped to grow businesses in terms of business meetings, conference, emails and online chatting. Sharing of information over the internet is a major advantage which has been brought up by the computers in the global business sector.

Computer causes various health and safety issues. Computer users suffer serious back problems, eyes strain and neck pain. This is probably due to a poor posture or an awkward position while sitting at a computer. Computers are generally expensive to buy and maintain.



A visit to historical place is always valuable for a student. It enriches his Knowledge and increases his vision.

Last Sunday, we decided to go for outing. I had not seen the tomb of Jahangir. So we agreed that this historical place should be visited. Tomb of Jahangir is situated at Shandara, four miles away from Lahore. After two hours we reached there by bus. We were much exited. The magnificent Tomb of Jahangir was before our eyes.

The four tall minarets of the tomb can be seen from a distance. On entering the gate we saw big grassy lawns on either side of the roads. The mausoleum is in a park enclosed by high walls. There were green grassy plots with fountains on either side of the passage. The parks were full of blooming flowers. They were spreading their fragrance all around. It was very charming sight.  There were also some cool shady trees. Many birds were sitting in the twigs of these trees. They were chirping. The flowers were presenting a colorful sight.

In front of the tomb there was a beautiful fountain. It was sprinkling its light shower. The drizzling of drops produced a charming music. We were no less happy than Words-worth

We went up to the terrace and had a view of the city of Lahore. It was a beautiful sight. The cool breeze and deep blue sky had a magical effect on us. We came down and sat under a tree to take rest. We had some light refreshment.

Soon it was evening and the light began to fade. The silence and peace of the place affected us strangely. Our minds were full of solemn thoughts when we left the place.

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