MP Board Class 11th General English Composition Based on Verbal Input
With the help of the words given below, produce a write up on “The Scene at a Railway Station” in 80-100 words.
(i) Visit to receive a friend,
(ii) Train late,
(iii) Enough time,
(iv) Second class waiting room,
(v) Booking office,
(viii) People around,
(ix) Train arrives,
(x) Friend came,
(xi) Train left,
(xii) I came out.
The Scene At A Railway Station
Last Saturday I went to the railway station to receive a friend. On reaching the station I found that the train was late. So I had enough time to enjoy the scenes. The second class waiting room was packed to full. Some passengers were talking in groups, others were lying on the floor. There were long queues before the booking windows. The enquiry clerk seemed very busy. The coolies were carrying luggage to the platform. The railway platform presented an interesting amusing and absorbing scene. The hawkers were having a good time. People were anxiously waiting for the train. The scene changed as soon as the train arrived. There was a lot of noise and confusion. Everyone was eager to get down. They were pushed back by those who wanted to get in. My friend waved to me. I helped him in moving down his luggage. Soon the guard whistled and the train moved off. Now die platform looked deserted. I came out of the station with my friend.
With the help of the words given below, produce a write up on “A Visit to a Historical Building” in 80-100 words.
(i) Place of visit,
(ii) Building built by,
(iii) Its appearance,
(iv) Time taken to build,
A Visit To A Historical Building
During Dussehra Holidays I decided to go to Agra and see the Taj Mahal. It stands on the right bank of Yamuna. It was built by Emperor Shahjahan in the memory of his queen Mumtaz Mahal and took about twenty years to build. It is made of white marble. It has a beautiful big dome and has four minarets on the four sides. The dome shines in the moonlit night, especially on the full moon day. It looks like it is made of pearls. Inside, there are two beautifully decorated graves. People from all over the world come to see it.
With the help of the words given below, produce a write up on “An Evening in a Park” in 80-100 words.
(i) The Cnnvd,
(ii) Children around,
(iii) The Scene around,
(iv) Natural view,
(v) Trees, towns and fences,
(vi) The Hawkers,
(vii) Evening refreshing.
An Evening In A Park
An evening in a park in summer is always full of pleasures. There is a big crowd of people. Children run here and there to play. Women sit, walk or talk in groups. Old men play cards or gossip or talk together. It is all the more beautiful because of the natural background of the park. There are trees, grassy lawns and green fences. Many hawkers came there to sell their items. So an evening in a park is always refreshing.
With the help of the words given below, produce a write up on “A Village Fair” in 80-100 words.
(i) Basant Panchami,
(iv) Large crowds,
(v) Kinds of shops,
(vi) Men, women and children,
(viii) Time passed nicely.
A Village Fair
Basant Panchami heralds spring season. A fair is held in this season on the bank of a river at Nurpur village. Last Sunday, 1 visited this fair. It is also held every year in the memory of an old saint. There wais a huge crowd of men, women and children. There were shops of sweets, household items, utensils, clothes etc. These all were decorated with great charm. All were busy in purchasing their favourite items. Women were buying bangles, clothes and cosmetics. Children were enjoying sweets.
TJiere were merry-go-rounds, swings etc. A magician was showing various tricks. There was wrestling going on in one comer. I enjoyed and had a great time in the fair.
With the help of the words given below, produce a writeup on “The Independence Day-the national function” in about 70-80 words. 
(i) Time of function,
(ii) The Chief Guest,
(iii) The beginning of function,
(iv) Progressive report,
(v) Honour of the Chief Guest,
(vi) The end of the function.
The Independence Day
A notice was issued by the Principal of our school that the Independence day will be celebrated on the school ground at 8 a.m. Accordingly, all the students and teachers reached the school at about 7.45 a.m. The chief guest, freedom fighter Mr. Hiralalji arrived at7.55 a.m. He unfurled the flag at 8 a.m. All presented there saluted the flag. National anthem was sung in chorus.
N.C.C. cadets made the march past and saluted the flag and the chief guest. The Principal gave the welcome speech to the guests. The chief guest was honoured by garlands. In his speech Mr. Hiralalji addressed the gathering. He remembered the days of struggle for freedom and asked the students to be vigilant.
With the help of the words given below, produce a write up on the “Role of Students in National Development” in 80-100 words. 
(i) Students’ place in country,
(ii) Role they can play,
(iii) Problems of v
(iv) Contribution of students.
Role Of Students In National Development
Students are the pride and glory of a nation. They can play a very constructive role in the progress, upliftment and development of country. Our educated youth have a tremendous responsibility on their young shoulders.
Our country is overpopulated and beset with poverty, ignorance, illiteracy and superstitions. The young students can play a positive and constructive role in every field of national development. They can enlighten the villagers about new techniques in agriculture. In short, they can bring a transformation in the society.
With the help of words given below, produce a write upon “Education gives Power or The Power of Education” in 80-100 words.
(i) Provides knowledge,
(ii) Trains mind,
(iii) Sharpens skill and ability, .
(iv) Helps to improve,
(v) Refines our tastes,
(vi) Improves the quality of life,
(vii) Control and shape destiny.
Education provides us knowledge. It trains our mind and sharpens our skills and abilities and helps us to improve ourselves. Education refines our tastes and temperaments and builds our thought process. Professional and vocational courses equip us for adopting various professions. Education is important for our survival. It improves the quality of our life. Education gives us, power. We can control the situations and shape our destiny.
With the help of the words given below, produce a write up on “The Value of Games” in 80-100 words.
(i) Necessary for life,
(ii) Removes monotony,
(iii) Makes our body healthy,
(iv) Learning good habits,
(v) Develop equality and brotherhood.
The Value Of Games
Games are very necessary for a happy and healthy life. After monotony of the day’s hard work, we get freshness if v. e play in the evening. A sound mind exists only in a sound body. Games teach us team spirit and discipline.
We learn to be punctual. We are cheerful and make many friends. Games develop the sense of equality and brotherhood among players.
You are Ronak Agarwal, a student of Class XI. Write a report for “Advantages of Small Family” with the help of words given below :
(i) Population growth,
(ii) Problems of a large family,
(iii) One or two children,
(iv) Better facilities,
(v) Happy life. [2009,12]
Advantages Of Small Family
Population growth is a great problem for developing countries especially. In these hard times parents cannot provide even the bare necessities to their children. If the family is large, every member has to live a life of scarcity. If we have only one or two children, we can provide them better facilities and hence, we all shall lead a happy life. Therefore, it is clear that everyone must have a. small family. Only then one can be happy.
With the help of the words given below, produce a write up on “The Importance of English” in 80-100 words. [2008, 11, 15]
(i) International language,
(ii) Invention of internet,
(iii) Communicate with other countries,
(v) Rich literature,
(vi) Students enjoy.
Write a report on “The Importance of English Language”. You are Anil Sharma, student of Class XI. 
The Importance Of English
English is an international language and is spoken all over the world. With the invention of internet, no country can depend upon its local language. We can communicate with other countries only when we know English. To understand medicine, technology and trade we must know it well. Without knowing English no community can progress. We are the champion in information technology only because we have good English. It has a rich literature and students can enjoy it while and after learning it.
You went to cast your vote at the election booth. Using following imparts describe in about 80-100 words, what you saw as a reporter:
(i) Queue of voters,
(ii) Polling officers and polling agent!,
(iii) Indelible ink,
(iv) Polling Box,
(v) Electronic Voting Machine. 
Scene At An Election Booth
When I reached 18 years of age, my name was enrolled in the voters’ list and I was given a voter ID card. Soon elections were declared and I got my first choice to vote. I was proud that as a citizen of our Great Country I can take part in making our own government. On the date of election I went to polling booth in my village at about 9 a.m. I found a long queue of voters at polling booth. I was happy that our citizens had become aware of their rights and duties. Soon I entered the booth. The polling officer No. 1 identified me and took my signature. The second officer put indelible ink on my finger. Previously the voters were given ballot paper which was marked and dropped in the ballot box. But now electronic voting machines have arrived. So the presiding officer sent me into the booth and I pressed the key of the machine and exercised my voting power. I was happy that the candidate whom I gave my vote, became the winner.
With the help of the words given below, produce a write up on “Exploitation of Parents by Private Schools” in 80-100 words.
(i) Number of public schools increasing,
(ii) Weakness of parents,
(iii) English medium schools,
(iv) Teaching shops,
(v) Make money,
(vi) Ignorant parents,
(vii) Temples of learning.
Write a report in exploitation of parents by private schools. You are Ravi Dubey, a student of Class XL 
Exploitation Of Parents By Private Schools
Consumerism has reduced everything, including school education, to the economics of demand and supply. Thousands of so-called public schools have been flourishing on the growing weakness of the parents to send their children to ‘English Medium’ schools. Barring a few reputed and established names, most of them are nothing more than ‘teaching shops.’ They make money at the cost of ignorance and credulous parents. This is not good. Let our schools remain the temples of learning. Let us not bury them deep in the dung of wealth and gold.
Write a report in about 80-100 words for publication in your school magazine describing the “Celebration of the Teachers’ Day” using following details : [2008, 10, 16]
(i) Date of function,
(ii) The Chief Guest,
(iii) Honouring of the teachers by the students,
(iv) Welcome speech,
(v) Speech by a teacher,
(vi) Thanks by the students.
The school celebrated ‘Teachers’ Day’ on 5 September, 2015. The Chief guest for the day was the Principal.
All the teachers, staff members and students were present. The students of the seniormost class assumed the roles of various teachers and undertook their responsibilities. After half day a cultural programme was organised. It began with the lighting of lamp before goddess Saraswati by the chief guest. The welcome speech was delivered by the secretary of the cultural club. It was followed by a few songs, dance performances and a skit. After this the chief guest’addressed the students. He shared his views on the occasion, the degrading education system and some of his experiences on teachers’ day. In the end the chief guest, the Principal and the teachers were given gifts and momentos. The student teachers were also honoured. The Senior English teacher delivered a speech. He expressed the delight of teachers and thanked the students on behalf of all the teachers. Finally, the head boy of the seniormost class gave vote of thanks.
The following news report is about the ill-effects of pesticides. Making use of the given information, write an article for your school magazine in about 80-100 words.
There is Poison in you
(i) It’s there jn your water, milk, fruits, vegetables, eggs, meat, flour and now…. soft drinks,
(ii) Evidence about the harmful effects of pesticides has been mounting for quite a long time,
(iii) From mentally retarded babies in one part of the country to cancer cases in the other part, it has been an unending saga of death and misery.
Are Humans Pests?
Pesticides are used in controlling pests in the farms. They are meant to kill harmful weeds, insects and animals which are harmful to crops.
Their benefits to crops are many. But they can cause serious problems to human beings. They get into our water, milk, fruits, vegetables, eggs, meat, flour and now…. soft drinks.
Evidence about the harmful effects of pesticides has been mounting for quite a long time. From mentally retarded babies in one part of the country to cancer cases in the other part, it has been an unending saga of death and misery.
You are Rajendra Solanki, a student of Class XI in Govt. Excellent H. S. School, Barnagar. You have witnessed an accident between a truck and a car. Write a report for a newspaper about the accident using the following details. Where, when and how did the accident happen? 
Barnagar July 17,20….
We daily hear the news of accidents happening here and there, in which there is loss of people’s lives. Today I witnessed an accident between a Maruti car and a truck. The scene was so shocking that I felt my body trembling. It happened at Barnagar, Ujjain Road. I was coming back from school. A truck was coming from Ujjain and a car was going towards it. The truck was in high speed. Suddenly the driver lost the control of the truck and straightway it collided with the car. There was deafening collision. The car was broken into pieces and the driver was instantly killed. The truck driver was also severely injured. People rushed to help the other passengers ofthe car. Police also arrived and rescue operation started. I was so afraid that I could not sleep properly for several days.
The following are various headlines of different articles on different wildlife creatures and sanctuaries :
Katnataka plans Indian Bustard sanctuary.
Time runs out for Siberian cranes poisoned in China and shot in Pakistan.
Rhino poaching on rise in Kaziranga.
With above headlines of Newspaper write about “The role of sanctuaries in preserving wildlife.” 
Wildlife Sanctuaries-Their Problems and Their Contribution. Endangered by hunting and encroachments on their habitat, many species of wild life are in the verge of extinction. Our sanctuaries are not always fully equipped to meet the onslaught of poachers and hunters. But they have to quite an extent, saved our many species from extinction.
The Indian Bustard, one of the heaviest winged animals essentially a ground bird are an easy target of hunters. The Karnataka government has initiated a project to protect the bird at a wildlife sanctuary.
Shortage of staff, weapons and equipment with the guards engaged in anti-poaching operations has also been standing in the way of effective control of poaching.
The Rhino horns fetch a fabulous prize in international market. Hence,it is a lucrative proposition for the villagers in the vicinity of Kaziranga National Park to guide a poacher to a rhino than to depend on the environment projects which can bring only small benefits.
Loss of wintry habitat, an ardous migratory journey and hunting on the migratory route are posing tremendous threats to Siberian crane. Urgent measures are needed to protect the species whose numbers have been steadily decreasing at Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary.
More or less, we have the infrastructure and the intelligence to protect certain endangered species, but there is a greater need to tap methods in conserving these species before they too are wiped out like many others.
With the help of the words given, prepare a write up on the given topics in 80-100 words.
(1) Holi Celebration,
- Holika Dahan,
- Holika, Hiranyakashyap,
- Holika burnt,
- Prahalad, unscathed,
- Full moon,
- Collect firewood, stack,
- Sing and dance,
- Festival mood,
- Sprinkling colour, gulal.
(2) Christmas Celebration,
- Marks, birth of Jesus Christ,
- Christmas trees,
- Coloured, lights, song, cards,
- Christmas cakes pudding,
- Christmas stockings, “bells,
- Sweets, presents,
- Santa Clause,
- Father Christmas.
(3) The Children’s Day.
- When to Celebrate,
- Chief Guest,
- Cultural programme,
- Bal Mela,
- Student’s stalls,
- Prize distribution.
(4) A Well-planned Party,
- Place and date,
- Description of Venue,
- Persons present,
- Party games,
- Cake ceremony,