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Letter Writing Letter To The Editor Class 12 English Assignment
Question. You live in a small town. You read in the newspaper that during rainy season, water logging in the metropolitan cities create several problems for the people. Write a letter to the editor of a national daily highlighting your concern and need to improve the condition of roads. You are Ravi/Reena of Laxmi Public School, Dhanbad.
Laxmi Public School
10 May 20××
The Hindustan Times
Sub.: Water Logging
I am Ravi, a student of class 12, Laxmi Public School, Dhanbad. I am writing this letter with deep concern about the poor condition of roads in metropolitan cities. During the rainy season, there is water logging everywhere, which makes life difficult for the commuters to walk ride a bicycle or drive a car. It is extremely dangerous for the people to come out of their houses during the rainy season as there are potholes on the roads which further lead to accidents. Not only have accidents become a concern, but also the risk due to the spread of various diseases like dengue, chikungunya, etc.
An awareness must be created about this condition. The concerned authorities should take action in this regard. Media is one of the most powerful tools these days. It holds the power to influence people and can definitely force the government and public to be more responsible towards water logging problems and measures for improving the condition of the roads.
I hope you will consider my request and take action in this regard.
Question. You read in the newspaper that online classes started by various schools in cities are very fruitful for students.Write a letter to the editor of a national daily highlighting the need to start such classes in remote areas also. You are Aman/Arpita of Jeewan Public School, Deoghar.
Jeewan Public School
5 May 20××
The Times of India
Sub : Online Classes in Remote Areas
I am Aman, a student of class 12, Jeewan Public School, Deoghar. I am writing this letter with deep concern about the unavailability of online classes in remote areas. I too live in a remote area and face several problems with regard to my study.
In fact, the online classes will greatly benefit students preparing for board examination. In an online class several tips related to examination can be detailed. Besides, students can also ask questions and clear their doubts. Study material prepared by subject experts holds high value for students as it will hugely support their preparation. We know that because of the lack of best study material and proper guidance, we suffer. Students from remote areas cannot raise their level and make their career. These online classes will not only give them the best study material, but prepare them for competitive examinations also. Media is a powerful tool to activate the concerned authorities. It is a matter concerning countless poor students living in remote areas.
Question. You read in the newspaper about various places of historical facts and interest located in the differents parts of the country. Write a letter to the editor of a national daily highlighting your concern and need to include historical tour in your curriculum. You are Mayank/Madhuri of Pitambar Public School, Dumka.
Pitambar Public School
3 June, 20××
The National Herald
Sub : Inclusion of Historical Tour
I am Mayank, a student of class 12, Pitambar Public School, Dumka. I am writing this letter with regard to the inclusion of historical tour programme in the new academic curriculum. In our country, the places of historical importance and interest are located all over and its tour would be beneficial for students. Everybody knows that history is the biography of nations. Although we read about the history of these places in our text books, our visit to these places will broaden our knowledge related to life, culture, economics and festivals of these places. Further our visit will bring us in close contact with the local people, which will deepen our acquaintance with them.
Moreover, historical knowledge is very essential for any foreigner. They become attracted to the place whose history is attractive and interesting. We know that thousands of people from all over the world visit Agra to see Taj Mahal every year, which is one of the seven wonders of the world. Its history is related to Shahjahan, one of the greatest Mughal emperors. The Taj is a marvel in architecture. If we do not visit this place we will not be able to know the secret of this wonder.
Question. Recently you read about protests and road blocks in an article published in a magazine. You realised that such acts are ultimately anti-democratic steps and will harm the democracy in the country. Write a letter to the editor of a national daily highlighting the need to check such anti-democratic acts. You are Vikram/ Veena of Sheela Public School, Agra.
Sheela Public School
9 May 20XX
The Hindustan Times
Sub : Concern over Protests and Road Blocks
I am Veena, a student of class 12, Veena Public School, Agra. I am writing this letter to express my concern over protests and road blocks organised recently all over the country.
India is a great democracy. Our democracy is age-old and time tested. It is a proof that we believe in the power of people’s voice. There is no contradiction at all that in a democracy, several political parties hold different opinions regarding some burning issues. But these political parties have better options to raise their voice the parliament. Protests and road blocks creates problems for the government as the businessmen and commuters have to face countless problems. Moreover, the office-goers fail to reach the office in time. Shaheen Bagh is one of such protests. As a result the Delhi—Ghaziabad road was blocked for more than one month, which created a lot of problems for people. The people had to divert their route to reach office, schools and hospitals. It was a great loss of time and money for the people as well as the country. Our parliament provides people better options to hear their grievances and their concern can easily be sorted out.
Question. The use of mobile phones by the students in classes has become a common topic for newspapers and magazines.Recently you read that a student of class 12 using mobile phone in the class was expelled from school. Write a letter to the editor of a national daily highlighting your concern and the need to ban the use of mobile phones in school. You are Surya/Shruti of Konkan Public School, Hissar.
Konkan Public School
11 June 20××
The Times of India
Sub : The Use of Mobile Phone in Classes
I am Shruti, a student of class 12, Konkan Public School, Hissar. I am writing this letter to express my concern over the use of mobile phones in schools. We live in a digital world and mobile phones keep us connected to the outside world.
Technology has made the world a global village. We get connected with the world in an instant. For students, mobiles phones are the most suitable tool to get latest information related to a subject. They need not visit the library and turn over the countless pages of the book. The Google is the best master which responds to our query in seconds. But excess of anything is bad. School is the temple of knowledge where students prepare themselves for future. They learn how a civilized man lives in society. The precious time of students should not be wasted. Besides, the class is not the place where mobile phones should be used. It means that we are wasting time. In school the use of mobile phone must be banned. I appreciate the decision taken by the school authorities with regard to banning the use of mobile phones in the classroom.
Question. In our society we do not give to our women the respect and status that they deserve. Women are stared at, stalked and even molested. We need to change the male mindset about women. Write a letter to the editor of a national newspaper giving your views on the problem. You are Omar/Amna, A114, Mall Road, Delhi.
A 114, Mall Road
3 June 20××
Times of India
Sub: Need to Change Male Mindset Towards Women
Through the columns of your revered newspaper, I would like to express my views about the mindset of men towards women. India is moving ahead with leaps and bounds, but sadly the male mindset towards women is still static and ancient. Patriarchal thinking has relegated women into homes and kitchens and refuses to allow them to live as independent citizens of a progressive country. Signs of patriarchy are visible all around us: Women are stalked, molested, attacked with acid, and subjugated into doing lowly jobs which pay them even less than their male colleagues. Males take them as secondary citizen who are fit only to serve. The bias against them exists in many professions like finance, armed forces, to name a few.
Today, there are women who are taking their rightful place in professional and other areas. It is heartening to note that the topper in the recent civil services examination is a woman. Such exemplary women will contribute greatly in proving that women are no less intelligent or hardworking than males. I sincerely hope that similar success will grace the lives of majority of women who are uneducated and live miserable lives.
Question. National Book Trust organised a week-long book fair at Anna Grounds, Chennai. You visited the fair and bought a few books. You were pleased with the arrangements, enthusiasm of the visitors and the fact that books have not yet lost their relevance in the world of the internet. Write a letter to the editor of a local newspaper to express your feelings. You are Lalit/Latha, 112, Mount Road, Chennai.
112, Mount Road
3 June 20××
The Times of India
Sub: Books are Still Relevant
Last Sunday, I, along with my friends, visited the book fair held at Anna Grounds, Chennai. There was a big crowd of people. There were many bookstalls containing books on different subjects like science,commerce, general knowledge, philosophy and religion. There was a rich collection of english and regional literature also.
Many publishing companies had put up their stalls and it was a great experience to go through these stalls. Leading publishing companies like Tata McGraw-Hill, Penguin books etc, had exhibited their collection of encyclopedias and general knowledge books and packages.
The arrangements were excellent. The air-conditioned halls made the visit more comfortable. Free shuttle service, water and comfortable sofas placed for the tired booklovers were quite thoughtful.
I am happy to see that the love of books has still not been lost to the great appeal of the internet. My belief in the timeless appeal of books is once more validated in the book fair.
Question. Write a letter to the editor of the magazine, Lifestyle, New Delhi on the deterioration in the standard of living in your city. Give suggestions for improvement. Sign yourself as Ankit Suri.
15A, Model Town
5 April 20××
Kasturba Gandhi Marg
Sub: Deteriorating Standard of Living in the Capital City.
Through the columns of your reputed magazine, I wish to express my views on the deteriorating standard of living in the capital city of Delhi.
What does the standard of living actually mean? Does it mean possessing expensive goods of comfort and beauty, living in posh bungalows or the overalll decent and peaceful living conditions including health and hygiene, pollution-free environment and above all, a value-based society.
Considering all these, the living conditions in Delhi are really appalling. Dumps of garbage, heavy traffic congestion on the roads, growing atmospheric pollution, high levels of noise pollution, overcrowding at public places, etc., throw ample light on the deteriorating standard of living of the people. Our lungs are hungry for fresh air and green belts.
The large number of immigrants, from other states to Delhi, put tremendous pressure on the resources of the city. The housing problem is growing rapidly with lack of civic amenities. Life is so busy that there is little interaction among neighbours. Hurry and worry is what best describes the life in the capital city. With growing consumerism and rising prices, the disparity between rich and poor is increasing day by day.
Something judicious needs to be done to remedy this situation. More green belts and ‘silence zones’ should be created. The unrestricted inflow of people to Delhi should also be checked. Only then the standard of living can be improved.
Question. Write a letter to the Editor of National Herald, New Delhi about water scarcity in your locality suggesting ways to improve the position of water supply. You are Ramnath/Reema of Ghaziabad.
A-24, Kavi Nagar
2 April 20××
Sub: Water Crisis in Kavi Nagar
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to draw the attention of the concerned authorities towards the problem of water scarcity in our area.
It is still early summer and the residents are already facing acute water shortage in the area. The supply is cut off at 8.30 a.m. in the morning and is restored only for half an hour in the evening between 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Since the timings are erratic, many people, especially, the working couples are unable to store water. Frequent complaints to the Jal Board haven’t yielded any result as the authorities express their helplessness saying that one of the tanks of the Hyderpur Water Treatment Plant is under repair and has been shut down for a month. Thereby affecting the water supply in the area. But it is nearly one and a half months since the problem began, yet there is no respite to the residents. The Jal Board should, in the meantime, make provisions for water tankers at different hours of the day. Also, measures must be taken to expedite the repair work.
Question. You are Hemant/Himakshi. Write a letter to the Editor of The National Herald, New Delhi expressing your anguish over the problems faced by people due to the free sale of illicit liquor everywhere.
5 April 20××
Sub: Problems caused by the Free Sale of Illicit Liquor
The recent deaths due to the consumption of illicit liquor is a matter of great concern. We often hear or read about people dying due to the consumption of illicit liquor, but never come to know about the follow up action or the punishment given to the guilty. What a tragedy! Families get ruined, children orphaned but the illegal trade continues unabated. Why is our government so apathetic towards this social curse or maybe, keeps the eyes closed deliberately because the custodians of law have their palms greased through these means only.
However, we, the awakened citizens, must raise our voice against this evil. We must try to educate not only the children but also the adults. Responsibility can also be given to the Gram Panchayats and the best village or panchayat should be awarded if they are able to eradicate this menace from their villages. However, if the guilt is proved, the person(s) must be given severe punishment to eliminate this heinous crime completely. I am sure that the content shared here expresses the views of many. In the hope that sanity may prevail among people some day.
Question. Write a letter to the editor of The Hindu on the fear that is spreading among people due to their anxiety over the widespread terrorism in the world. Give suggestions to curb such anti-social activities. You are Vikram/Varsha.
Sapphire Public School
3 March 20××
Sub: Widespread Fear of Terrorism
Through this letter, I wish to express my concern over the widespread fear caused in the minds of the people because of growing terrorist activities all over the world.
Terrorism as a method to achieve political aims has become a worldwide phenomenon. However, the shameful and hideous terrorist attacks on the Parliament, in the Taj Hotel, Mumbai and recent incidents in Kashmir and Rajasthan has given terrorism a new dimension. The daring assault on the dignity and prestige of one of the largest democracies of the world has shattered the faith of people completely. What is worse, it has left religious fanaticism behind as its offspring. The widespread communal riots as a fallout of these terrorist activities in India has instilled a great fear in the minds of common people. As it is, in the cross fire of political game, it is always the common man who suffers the most.
Stringent methods must be taken to restore peace and harmony in the country. One must keep the interests of the nation above the interests of the community or the individual. Sanity must prevail at all costs.
Question. You have noticed many stray animals on the road during the busy hours of the day. These animals have caused traffic jam as well as accidents. You have already written to the concerned authorities but no action has been taken so far. So, write a letter to the editor of a leading newspaper telling him about the nuisance created by the stray animals. Sign your name as Preeti/Krishnan, C/5, Assam.
15 March 20××
The Indian Express
Sub: Nuisance created by Stray Animals
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to draw the attention of the concerned authorities regarding the plight of the residents of Bow Bazaar. While going to school at 8.50 a.m, I notice many stray animals wandering here and there on the busy market roads. The position is almost the same — a repeat performance in the afternoon. Sometimes these animals cross the roads in a long unending array, thus causing traffic blocks as well as accidents. These animals create a health hazard too by urinating everywhere. Huge heaps of dung are lying here and there. Flies hover over them and insects breed inside them.
We have already written to the concerned authorities but no action has been taken so far. Hopefully, this letter will meet the eyes of our worthy officials, and steps will be taken to end this problem of stray animals.
Question. Write a letter to the editor of The Times of India, highlighting the problems of the Housing Cooperative Society to which you have recently shifted.
B-6, Saraswati Vihar
19 September 20××
The Times of India
Sub: Problems of Saraswati Vihar
I want to highlight the problems faced by the residents of Saraswati Vihar—a Housing Cooperative Society to which I have shifted recently. I hope this will attract the attention of the officers concerned. The colony has electric poles but there is no provision for street lights. There is complete darkness when there is a breakdown in domestic power supply.
The roads have uncovered manholes over the sewerage lines. These have caused a couple of accidents.
An eight year old child was saved from death only yesterday.
The garbage disposal system is very poor. Perhaps the municipal authorities do not take cognizance of the existence of this Housing Society at all. It is only once in a blue moon that a truck visits the area to collect household refuse. I hope that the authorities will pay attention to the genuine difficulties of the residents and take effective remedial action.
Question. You are Aman/Aditi studying in Bharat School, Lucknow. The road leading to your school is very congested and full of potholes. Students and parents are often caught in a traffic jam. In spite of several representations, the government has not done anything to improve the condition of the road. Write a letter to the Editor of The Times of India, drawing the attention of the government to this problem.
23 August 20××
The Times of India
Sub: Traffic Congestion on Rajaji Road
Through the columns of your newspaper, I would like to draw the attention of the concerned authorities to the appalling condition of the road leading to Bharat School. The entire stretch is narrow, congested and covered with numerous pot holes. This often causes a traffic jam and inconvenience to the students and staff of the school. A lot of time is wasted both in the morning and in the afternoon when the school buses have to leave.
The school has filed several complaints to the local authorities but they seem to have fallen on deaf ears. The situation worsens during the monsoon. It can also become dangerous threat to pedestriAnswer. On behalf of the school students, I request the authorities to take immediate action to rectify this condition. The improvement in the condition of the road will ease traffic congestion and ensure the safety of the citizens.
Question. You are a resident of Mahalakshmi Apartments, Patparganj, Delhi. Your residential area is flooded with roadside dwellers who are deprived of the basic civic amenities like light, public toilets and bathrooms. Write a letter to the editor of The Hindustan Times, highlighting the problems of these roadside dwellers, and also the problems posed by them to the public. Give suggestions for improvement.
7 February 20××
The Hindustan Times
Sub: Restoring Basic Amenities to the Roadside Dwellers of Patparganj
Through the columns of your renowned paper, I would like to request the authorities concerned to provide basic amenities to the roadside dwellers of Patparganj area.
Due to floods the residential area of Mahalakshmi Apartment, Patparganj has been flooded with roadside dwellers who are deprived of the basic civic amenities such as light, public toilets and bathrooms. The local authorities should immediately set up tents for these people, provide medical aid and make other necessities available at the earliest.
They have lost their huts due to floods. Everything is wet and unusable.
I’m sure these lines in the columns of your paper will awaken the concerned authorities to take urgent
remedial measures to help the roadside dwellers.
Question. You are Sunil/Sunita, staying at Mayur Vihar, Delhi. Your locality being away from the main city, the poor bus-service adversely affects the life of the residents. Write a letter to the editor of The Times of India, highlighting the problems faced, and also giving a few possible solutions.
3 Ankur Apartment
10 May 20××
The Times of India
Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg
Sub: Poor Bus Service in Mayur Vihar, Delhi
Through the columns of your newspaper, I wish to draw the attention of the concerned transport authorities regarding the plight of Mayur Vihar residents. As you are aware Mayur Vihar is a large colony on the outskirts of Delhi. The residents of Ankur Apartments are facing the brunt of isolation as there is no bus stop within the radius of 2 km. Since the bus connection is unavailable, other modes of transport like the autos and taxis also do not have a stand nearby. It becomes extremely difficult to commute unless have our own vehicle.
It is proposed that the bus service should be provided at the earliest so that the inconvenience caused to the residents presently is permanently removed.
Looking forward to an early action.
Question. You are Prakhar/Pummy staying at the Adarsha Apartments, Mayur Vihar, Phase-I, New Delhi.There is no bus stop within the radius of 2 km from the apartments, causing a lot of inconvenience to the residents. Write a letter to the editor of The Hindustan Times drawing attention of the government to this problem of the residents for rectification.
5, Adarsha Apartments
Mayur Vihar, Phase I
10 May 20xx×
The Hindustan Times
Kasturba Gandhi Marg
Sub: Arrangement of Bus Stop near Adarsha Apartments
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to draw the attention of the Delhi transport authorities regarding the plight of the residents of Mayur Vihar.
Mayur Vihar is a large colony on the outskirts of Delhi. The residents of Adarsha and Ankur Apartments in Phase I are facing the brunt of isolation as there is no bus stop within the radius of 2 kms. Since bus connection is not available, other modes of transport such as autorickshaws and taxis also do not have a stand nearby. Under these circumstances it becomes extremely difficult to commute from the place. It is therefore suggested that a permanent bus stop should be constructed and the city bus service should be extended to this colony so that the inconvenience being caused to the residents is removed forever. Looking forward for an early action by the authorities concerned.
Question. You are Reshma/Raghu staying at the Press Apartments of Nagpur. The main road leading to this colony has three open manholes causing frequent accidents at night. Also, it gets so dark after seven in the evening in winter that the children and women of these apartments just cannot venture to move out alone during night time. Write a letter to the editor to The Times of India drawing attention of the government to this problem of the residents.
5 Press Apartments
7 March 20××
The Times of India
Veer Savarkar Marg
Sub: Plight of Press Apartments
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to bring to the notice of the readers and the authorities to the plight of the residents of Press Apartments.
The colony has three open manholes which have been a source of fear and anxiety to the residents. In fact two little children—aged seven and nine belonging to the nearby slums—have already lost their lives. Moreover, since these open manholes lie on the main road leading to the colony. It becomes difficult for the commuters to use the road after darkness prevails, especially in winters. Women and children are the worst affected. They do not venture to move out as soon as it gets dark.
It is earnestly hoped that the authorities competent to redress our grievances will pay attention to our plight and get the manholes covered and also provide street lights to this neglected colony.
Question. You are a social worker. You are upset as some good schools are exploiting the parents at the time of admission by taking capitation fee in the name of donation or building fund. Write a letter to the Editor of a national daily highlighting this corrupt practice. Sign the letter as Rahul/Rakhi.
5, Ambedkar Street
15 March 20××
The Times of India
Veer Savarkar Marg
Sub: Capitation Fee—A Curse
I wish to draw the attention of the readers to the increasing menace of capitation fee which has become prevalent in schools at the time of admission. Although nobody seems to be in favour of this practice it is going on unchecked.
To me it seems nothing short of corruption to seek funds in the name of buildings, facilities etc. Isn’t it a shame that in a country where education was once free, it is now being sold and that too at a price. This unfair pressure on parents is taking a toll and it is high time a legislation is drawn up against this malpractice. Awareness against this extraction of money in the name of donation or building fund should be created. All sections of the society including parents, teachers, students and educationists should come up in arms against this system and force the educational institutions to discontinue this evil practice forthwith. Providing quality education is one thing and the misuse of funds under the garb of capitation fee is quite another.
I urge the government to take stringent action against these dealers of education and lay down as well as enforce strict laws to curb this menace.
Question. You are a social worker. You feel upset as some of the good schools are admitting as many as 60-70 students in a class just to mint money. This is adversely affecting academic standards. Write a letter to the editor of a national daily highlighting this corrupt practice. Sign the letter as Jaishri/Ranjan.
7, Reiki Street
16 March 20××
The Times of India
Veer Savarkar Marg
Sub: Commercialisation of Education
I wish to draw the attention of the public in general and authorities in particular to the crass commercialisation prevalent in the good schools renowned for providing quality education.
My son goes to a prestigious public school which admits students after conducting so many tests and charges a hefty amount as various funds. To a casual onlooker the system appears restrictive and selective, but the overcrowded classrooms with 60 to 70 students in the primary section tell a different story. Almost every section of every class is in a similar situation. Even though the school works in two shifts there doesn’t seem to be any respite from the ever increasing size of the class.
The overcrowding of classrooms adversely affects the academic standards. It is very difficult for any teacher, howsoever, resourceful to build any rapport or conduct interactive sessions in such large classes.
The curriculum is ‘covered’ in a poor manner.
The academic values are brushed aside with nonchalance and the sole factor that governs the school authorities is the money that these large numbers rake in.
Will the authorities look into this sad state of affairs and bring an end to this commercialisation of education resulting in falling academic standards?
Question. You are Rama/Ranjan Srinivasan of Gacchibowli, Hyderabad, where there is no post office. Write a letter to the editor of a national daily drawing the attention of the government to this basic need of the residents of your area. Justify the opening of a post office-cum-telegraph office in your locality.
Gacchi Bowli, Hyderabad
10 March 20××
The Times of India
Sub: No Post Office in Gacchibowli.
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to draw the attention of the government
authorities to the following:
(a) Our colony in Gacchibowli has more than ten thousand residents.
(b) We do not have basic amenities like post office-cum-telegraph office in our area
We face a lot of inconvenience due to this and many a time many urgent mails are lost due to careless handling. On approaching the sub-post office, we are told that they would not register our complaint.
Since ours is a newly established colony, no one is willing to listen to our problem. Our colony is in dire need of a post office.
I am quite confident that the competent authorities will pay heed to our need and open a branch post office in our locality.
Question. You are Aakanksha/Abhijeet staying in Kanishka, Cooperative Group Housing Society, Indira Nagar, Mumbai. There are no street lights on the main road leading to this colony. The road gets so dark after seven in the evenings in winter that the possibility of some major accidents cannot be ruled out. Write a letter to the editor of a national daily drawing attention of the government to this serious problem of the residents of Indira Nagar.
Cooperative Group Housing Society
7 March 20××
The Times of India
Veer Savarkar Marg
Sub: Kanishka in the Dark
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to bring to the notice of the authorities concerned the appalling state of civic amenities in our city.
Our colony has been in darkness with no street light for the last six months. There are no street lights even on the main road leading to this colony. This road gets so dark after seven in the evenings in winter that the possibility of some major accident cannot be ruled out. Moreover, the crime rate has gone up. In fact, it has now become a serious problem to go out especially in winter evenings. The women and children of the locality are the worst sufferers. Even the playtime of the children has been adversely affected as it is now restricted.
On behalf of the residents of the colony I request the authorities to wake up and take immediate steps to ensure that street lights are in working orders so that major accidents are averted.
Question. Write a letter to the editor of The Times of India, complaining about the noise pollution in your locality drawing the attention of the government to take steps to check the same. Sign as Gaurav/ Gauri, Janata Nagar, Ahmedabad.
23, Janata Nagar
7 October 20××
The Times of India
Sub: Noise pollution in Janata Nagar
Your paper brought out a special supplement on the state of noise pollution in our city but nothing worth mentioning has been done since then to reduce the level of noise. During peak hours the noise level crosses the 100 decibel mark. It is feared that constant exposure to high level of noise for long periods may not only cause deafness but also induce other diseases like headache, hypertension and blood pressure.
Ours is a posh locality situated in a lush green area. It was the most quiet area in the city. However, for the last one year, there has been a steady increase in noise pollution and it has become intolerable. Even late at night, one can hear loudspeakers blaring out marriage songs or election speeches. Although high pitched noise is no good for any one, its worst victims are the students whose concentration is disturbed and the people suffering from hypertension and heart related ailments.
Will it be possible for you to invite the attention of the civic authorities towards our plight? Will they impose some curbs and restrain the use of loudspeakers after 10 pm?
Question. You are Tanvi/Shirish of Safdarjang Development Area, New Delhi. You are extremely disturbed about the attacks on old people living alone. Write a letter in 100- 120 words to the Editor, ‘The New Indian News’ making people sensitive to the problem. Make suggestions to the people living alone and the authorities to ensure that such attacks do not take place.
Safdarjang Development Area,
23rd March, 20XX
The New Indian News,
33, Gole Market,
Subject : Attacks on old people.
Through the columns of your reputed newspaper, I show my deep concern and draw the attention of the government towards the growing feeling of fear and insecurity among people due to frequent attacks on old people living alone.
The recent attacks on old people clearly indicate lapses on our part. In addition to this, social media and different reports are creating disharmony instead of doing something constructive. The old people are not safe in their own homes. These attacks have taken away their peace and tranquility. Many old people have lost their lives. This shatters the faith of people in the government.
In order to combat this menace, we should make concerted efforts. Those who are caught and found guilty, should be taught a lesson.
I hope the authorities will be more cautious and initiate stern steps to encounter the enemies of humanity.
CBSE Class 12 English Letter Writing Letter To The Editor Assignment. Students are advised to refer to the attached assignments and practice them regularly. This will help them to identify their weak areas and will help them to score better in examination. Parents should download and give the assignments to their children for practice.
The most common form of written communication is the letter. Letters should have a format that goes with the latest conventions.
Formal Letters include ‐ (a) Official letters (for making enquiries, registering complaints, asking and giving information, placing orders and sending replies)
(b) Letters to the editor (giving suggestions on an issue)
(c) Application for a job.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
(i) Give suggestions on a public interest issue
(ii) Give suggestion on an issue already raised in an article /write-up /published letter.
• Begin with reference to a recent issue/ event
• Give details of topic bringing out cause and effect relationship
• Offer suggestions/ solutions
• Write the letter in 4 – 5 paragraphs
• Do not ask the editor to solve the problem as he can only voice your and ideas.
Receiver’s name and address
Salutation (Dear Sir)
Develop cause and effect relationship BODY OF THE LETTER
Complementary close (Yours faithfully)
Points to remember:
-Draw the attention of the concerned authorities/general Public towards the problem NOT of the Editor
– Request concerned authorities to take the action NOT to the editor
– Raise the issue by citing some latest news items / Survey report etc.
– Analyze the issue, try to find causes.
– Offer suggestions to solve the problem.
– Be courteous, even if critical
Beginning lines: Some samples.
Kindly allow me to use some space in your esteemed daily to express my views and concern on _________
Kindly allow me to use some space in your esteemed daily to draw the attention of the concerned authorities
to the nuisance of______________
May I have the privilege of using a few lines of your esteemed newspaper regarding_______________
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper , I would like to draw the attention of the concerned authorities towards________________
Ending Lines: Some samples.
Hope some effective measures will soon be adopted to improve the existing situation
Hope the concerned authorities will take notice and do something in this direction.
I hope the concerned authorities and the general public will see the gravity of the matter and some measures will be adopted to ___________
You are Sidhi/ Sanjay of U‐03 G Block Kasturi Nagar Mysore‐37.Write a letter to the Editor, Times of
India, Bangalore expressing your concern about the decrease in the number of the birds in Mysore.
Times of India
Sub: Diminishing number of birds
With deep regret I wish to bring to the kind notice about the decrease in the population of birds in Mysore.
Mysore is known to have more than 500 species of birds but many of them are on the verge of extinction.
According to the reports from the recent seminar held on Conservation of Birds, there was a time, when a number of birds would flock to the banks of river Kaveri, Bandipur wild life sanctuary and forested canopy in Mysore. These numbers have come crashing down in the recent years. The main reasons are rampant construction of buildings, bridges and flyovers, cutting of forests and of course environmental pollution.
Many species have become endangered. It is time the people of Mysore are made aware of this grave situation by conducting seminars and workshops.
The locals should be given incentives for preserving the birds. Sanction for the construction of buildings, malls, bridges and so on should be given only after proper evaluation of the environmental impact of those constructions over the life of species there. Let’s not forget that birds are an important link in the food chain.
I request the government, environmentalists and the society to show their concern before it is too late. I would be thankful to you if you would publish my view in your esteemed daily.
Q. You are Samita/Sunit, resident of C-41, Sant Vihar, Delhi- 1. You find, participation of children in various reality shows on T.V. a form of child exploitation. Write a letter to the editor of a national daily showing your concern about various forms of child exploitation prevalent in Educated, Urban society giving
some suggestions to curtail it.
C-41, Sant Vihar
10th August 2011
The Times of India
Subject : Exploitation of Children in Urban Society
I want to draw the attention of the general public and the concerned authorities towards the above cited problem through this letter of mine in your newspaper.
In Urban Societies parents are increasingly using their children as means of achieving their own unfulfilled wishes, resulting in physical and mental exploitation of the children. Forcing children to participate in reality shows or cajoling them to play roles in TV serials by shunning games are some examples of child exploitation. Even parents among audience of such programmes openly compare their wards with child actors on TV. In school arena parents put pressure on their wards, to excel in the field of academics, sports and other activities alike without considering their field of interest and abilities.
The implication of exploitation of children in the guise of making their future bright is evident now. The diseases like hypertension, obesity, diabetes which were known to be adult diseases a decade back are common among children. Psychotic problems among children are also rising with cases of drug abuse, depression or even suicide is reported frequently.
Authorities in the Child Rights Department and educational institutes should come out with bolder steps to curb the problem. There should be a ban on all types of advertisements and programmes on TV with child actors below 14 years of age. There should be regular counselling for parents in schools to make them understand the consequences of stressing the children.
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