Report Writing Class 12 CBSE Format, Examples, Topics, Samples
A Report is a written composition or, in other words, we can say it is a prepared talk about a particular subject. It is a vivid expression of a personal experience on account of something heard, seen, done, studied etc meant to be published or broadcasted. The most common example is the news reports we read in the newspapers, everyday. Reports can be of many types, such as
- A newspaper report
- A report about an event or function at school/institute/ organisation
- A report about an accident/happening that you have witnessed
- A report about an enquiry or survey
Students are required to write either newspaper reports or reports for the school magazines.
Here are some of the few tips for the students to effectively your Time Management Essay
While Writing a Report
- be factual and do not add any information on your own that may seen fictitious.
- write in indirect speech and preferably in passive voice.
- write in third person form and avoid using pronouns like I, me or you.
- avoid imposing your personal opinions and do not make any conclusions.
- answer the questions to ‘when’, ‘where’, ‘why’, ‘what’, ‘who’ and ‘how’.
Format of a Report
- Byline (Name of the reporter)
- Opening paragraph
- Details (Next two paragraphs)
- Conclusive statement
(It can either be a summary of the whole situation, a conclusion, condemnation, appeal or warning)
Format 1 Mark
Headline, byline, date and place.
What, when, where, who, how the incident happened.
Expression 5 Marks
Logical and relevant details without grammatical or spelling errors.
1. A Report about an accident.
Four Killed as Car Rams Into Bus
by Shweta Vashist, Staff Correspondent
Panchkula, 15th July, 20XX : Four people were killed and at least two seriously injured, when a Maruti 800 car rammed into a private bus at Sector 15 round about 2 pm here today. According to preliminary reports and eyewitness accounts, the driver of the car lost control on his speed and failed to apply the brakes. The bus was waiting for passengers at the Sector 15 bus stand.
The injured have been rushed to the Government Hospital, Panchkula and further investigations are on.
What did you observe in this Report?
- The headline of this report is short and is not a complete sentence.
- The name of the reporter is followed by date, place and time of the incident.
- The entire report is broken down into many paragraphs. In the first paragraph, the entire incident is reported in a gist form. The subsequent two paragraphs mention the other details related to the incident. The final paragraph contains the inconsequential details.
- The whole report is factual.
- The entire report is in the third person and in the passive voice.
2. A report about an event
GNPS Rajouri Garden Celebrated World Environment Day
by Ravi Sharma
New Delhi, 2nd July, 20XX : Students of Guru Nanak Public School, Rajouri Garden participated in a function to celebrate World Environment Day on 5th June at Vigyan Bhavan. It was also the 30th anniversary of National Museum of Natural History. President of India, Pranaba Mukherjee was the Chief Guest. The other guests included Narain Meena, Minister of State for Environment,S Raghupathy, Minister of State (Forests and Wildlife), Meena Gupta, Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Forests and Sudhir Mittal, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Forests.
The students presented ‘Prakriti Vandana’ a song and dance. An effective skit ‘Kahan gaya wo dharti ka swarg’ was also presented, wherein experts from National Museum of Natural History including Dr Naaz Rizvi and school teachers Jyoti Cheema and Rajvindra Kaur directed the students. The song presentation prepared under the able guidance of Bhupinder Kaur, Inderjeet Kaur and S Amritpal Singh forced the audience to introspect.
The School chairman, S Inder Singh and vice chairman, S Singh Ratra were also present.
The vote of thanks was proposed by the Director, National Museum of Natural History, Dr Venugopal.
What did you observe in this Report?
- The report has a headline that attracts a reader’s attention.
- The report tells what, when, where, how (description) and why was the event organised.
- Finally, the report has the name of the writer or reporter.
3. A report about a survey
75% Children Plagued by Dental Problems : IDA
by Sriparna Dutta, Staff Correspondent
New Delhi, 15th July 20XX : According to a recent survey conducted by the Indian Dental Association, 75% of the school-going children are plagued by dental problems, especially tooth decay and bleeding gums. The survey was done to report on the oral hygiene of school students in India.
The survey was held for a period of six months, viz January to June this year in the schools all over India. As a part of the survey, renowned dentists visited 1,000 schools all over the country and conducted a thorough check-up of about 1.5 lakh students.
The most astounding finding of the survey was that only about 20% of the children brush their teeth twice a day. The doctors emphasised on brushing of the teeth and periodical flossing to prevent tooth decay and cavity.
What did you observe in this Report?
- The report has a simple headline.
- The report underlines the purpose of the survey in the opening paragraph.
- The subsequent two paragraphs tell about when and how the survey was conducted.
- Finally, the facts and figures are given.
You are Vinod/Vinita of Subhash Public School, Gorakhpur. Recently, your school celebrated its Silver Jubilee. Write a report in 150-200 words for your school magazine describing the various programmes arranged in your school for the celebration.
Silver jubilee Celebrations
by Saurabh Singh, XIIB
Subhash Public School, Gorakhpur recently completed its twenty-five years of establishment on 5th February, 20XX. The management and staff of the school organised a grand function to celebrate the same. Mr Prabhat Gupta, the DM of Gorakhpur, graced the occasion as the chief guest. The school premises was attractively decorated for the celebrations and the chief guest was received by the Director and the Principal of the school at the main gate. After the Saraswati Vandana and welcome song, Mr Praveen Nangia, the school Principal, gave a brief speech highlighting the meritorious services of the school to the cause of education for the past 25 years.
The chief guest acknowledged the same in his speech thereafter. He honoured six teachers for their dedicated services in the field of education. The students who were the allrounders of each class were awarded medals by the DM.
Students of the three houses presented a musical extravaganza which was the special feature of the show.
A super speciality hospital was inaugurated in your town by the Health Minister. As a reporter from The Hindu’, write a brief report on the same to be published in the newspaper.
Super Speciality Hospital Inaugurated
by Niharika Singh, Staff Reporter
New Delhi, 8th August 20XX : ‘Swasthya Surabhi’, a super speciality hospital was inaugurated by Ram Prakash Chaudhary, the Minister of State for Health, on Friday. The 400-bed hospital seemed to be equipped with the most advanced and state of the art machines and equipments with the latest infrastructure to back up exigencies. It employs internationally trained physician in the field of emergency medicine. Fully equipped, advanced cardiac life support ambulances has been made available round the clock. Besides having an in-house Blood Bank, its information system has been linked to other major Blood Banks in the country to enable the right group of blood to be made available at short notice.
The hospital covered an area of 8,000 square metres and the total expenditure in building the hospital had come around thirty five crore rupees.
Addressing the people, Dr Bhavdekar, the Medical Superintendent reinforced the need for dedicated and committed staff. He sincerely hoped that the hospital would provide the best health services to the people at nominal cost.
A blood donation camp was also organised to mark the auspicious occasion. The authorities also announced free treatment for the poor patients on every Sunday from 10 to 12 noon.
Power’ shortage is becoming a norm these days. Your city is facing this problem regularly. Write a report for publication in your school magazine in 150-200 words highlighting this problem and offering solutions.
Time for a Power Cut Again!
by Many a, XU C
Talking about Ghaziabad specifically Burgeoning population, booming industries, sprawling malls; all these have one thing in common—they guzzle electricity. Till now, the government has been providing them the much-needed power by cutting down electricity meant for households and villages but for how long?
Unfortunately, power supply has been limited in contrast to our demand which know no boundaries. Till the time government works out a long-term solution in terms of nuclear energy, we as responsible citizens should make the judicious use of electricity. Here’s a slew of measures that can be taken.
Switch off all lights, fans, coolers, ACs and geysers immediately after use. One must avoid unnecessary and extravagant display of lights, especially on marriages and other functions.
Everyone must make optimum use of sunlight by using solar lamps, geysers and coolers. Moreover, light fixtures must be kept clean and dirt free so that there is no wastage of power. As citizens of a responsible country, theft of electricity should be prevented and pay electricity bills regularly.
Pledge together to SAVE ELECTRICITY NOW.
Remember, it’s now or never!
You had attended a workshop on personality development for students. Many eminent personalities had been present. Write a report in 125-150 words on how the workshop proved to be beneficial. You are Rajesh/Rajshree.
Workshop on Personality Development Beneficial
by Rajesh, Class Xll-C
Six students of our school were sponsored to attend the recent two-day Personality Development Workshop conducted by M/s Creative Solutions Consultants at Sarabhai Seminar Hall in the city. This workshop was also attended by students of Class XII of other schools so that the total number of participants were 35.
This workshop featured presentations by eminent personalities on various topics like Communication Skills, Presentation Skills, Time Management, Team Building and others.
Each presentation was followed by a one-hour discussion on the concerned topic, which was the most beneficial part of the workshop. The presentations were conducted by Rajat Puri, Communications specialist, Sarvesh Mittal, NDTV Presenter, Sudhir Das, Independent Consultant and others.
Such an eminent gathering of professionals generated the necessary enthusiasm among the students so they asked the maximum question. No doubt, the workshop was highly beneficial in developing our personalities.
A few teachers and students from the Edwin University has visited your school on an exchange programme. You welcomed them grandly. Write a report in 125-150 words on the celebration. You are Brijesh/Benu.
Visit by Exchange Programme Participants
Four teachers and twenty students from Edwin University, British Columbia, Canada, visited the Happy School Subhash Nagar last Friday. In this programme students of Indian schools and colleges visit schools abroad and vice-versa to broaden their awareness and outlook. The school was wearing a festive look on the occasion. Decorations and posters welcoming the visitors were everywhere. At the school gate, our Principal himself was present to welcome the delegat. After touring the classrooms and laboratories to observe the facilities in the school, the delegat had an hour long interaction with teachers and students on education in India and how students can help society with their positive outlook and enthusiasm. The visit concluded with a delicious ‘high tea’ in honour of the delegation.
The visitors were seen off by the Principal and senior teachers.
On Teacher’s day, the badge holders of your school organised a grand celebration to honour the teachers of your school. As the head boy of the school, write a report on the celebration in 125-150 words.
Teachers’ Day Celebrated
by Sanjeev Kumar, Head Boy
On 5th September the badge holders of Geetaratan School, with the assistance of other students, felicitated the teachers of the school. The awards instituted were ‘Best Teacher’, ‘Most Popular Teacher’ and ‘Most Dutiful Teacher’ in the categories of Senior Secondary, Secondary, Elementary and Primary. The awards were for the first, second and third position in each category. Earlier in the month, the opinions of each and every student was taken for the three types of awards and results collated to decide the winners.
The function itself started with the Principal’s address, continuing with the announcement and distribution of the awards to individual teachers by the chief guest, the District Education Officer. After the chief guest’s speech, which lauded the role of teachers in society, the function concluded with a vote of thanks by the Registrar.
What a memorable day it was, when students decided who was best!
As you were travelling by train you happened to witness an accident at an unmanned level crossing. As the reporter of a newspaper, write a report on the accident, including details of the number of people injured and the extent of damage caused.
56 Injured in Train-Tractor Trolley Collision
by Sanjeev Kumar, Times News Network
Uttar Pradesh, 28th March, 20XX One more accident at an unmanned level crossing! The Railways were to be blamed, as they did not have people posted at such crossings to prevent such accidents.
The correspondent was travelling to Kanpur by the Lucknow Shatabdi, when it hit a tractor-trolley at an unmanned level crossing after Khurja station. The train driver was handicapped due to the heavy fog for prevailing in the morning hours. The train stopped and relief measures were undertaken by the passengers. Apparently, the trolley was full of a marriage party returning to their village after solemnising the marriage.
14 passengers of the trolley were seriously injured and were shifted to Khurja Civil Hospital by ambulances. The tractor and trolley were smashed beyond repair. The local administration has announced suitable compensation to the injured. The train resumed its journey after 3 hours.
As an active member of the Interact Club of your school, you had participated in a summer camp organised by the Lions Club of your district. Write a report on the camp and its activities in 125-150 words. You are Gyan/Geeta of XYZ Public School, Rohini, Delhi.
Summer Camp in the Lap of Nature
by Ceeta Cbauhan, Member Interact Club, XYZ Public School
Lions Club, Rohini organised a 6 day camp to Seetlakheth near Nainital, from 1st to 6th June, 20XX for the students in the age-group of 15-18. The camp was an outdoor expedition wherein the physical strength as well as the mental abilities was tested. The set of outdoor activities included trekking, river crossing, mountain climbing etc. They were especially designed to enhance the team spirit among people from different backgrounds.
It also included yoga, meditation, board games, various cultural programs and awareness discussions. The camp was mainly aimed to show the survival in the wild as well as to boost the personality of the students.
After the trip, students felt much rejuvenated and enlightened. They seemed happy to live in the lap of nature and learned many tricks related to survival in the forest. They seemed determined to join the camp every year and also encourage their friends to do the same.
You are the Sports Captain of your school. The annual sports were conducted last month. Write a report in 125-150 words on the conduct of the same. You are Manish/ Mita of PQR School, Mall Road, Amritsar.
Annual Sports Meet
by Mita Chauhan, Sports Captain
PQR School, Mall Road, Amritsar organised its Annual Sports Meet on 20th December, 20XX in its premises. It was the 25th Sports Meet of the school, so it saw many ex- students too. The event had Sania Nehwal as the Chief Guest who was warmly welcomed by the Principal and the staff members. The event started with welcoming the eminent personalities, followed by the march past organised by the senior students of the school. It also included various jumps, races and drills. The winners were awarded the medals by the chief guest. After the award ceremony, Sania also gave a speech wherein she congratulated the winners and encouraged the students to take up sports seriously and to make it as their career options for the glory of the nation.
Event was huge success where students and parents felt much delighted.
You are Anurag/Anjali, a reporter with a national daily. You have heard that a multistorey
building hear the main railway station has collapsed causing panic in the area. You rush to site of the accident with your team. Write a report in 125-150 words mentioning the time and the place of the accident, number of casualties, the cause of the accident and the rescue operation conducted by the authorities.
5-Storeyed Building Collapsed Claiming 10 lives
by Anurag Pandey
Jharkhand, 15th April, 20XX A 5-storeyed building collapsed near the main railway station area of Samarpal District. The incident took place on the afternoon of 13th April. Fortunately it was a Sunday, so not many people were present in the building. Yet, when it collapsed it hurt the passer-by, claiming the lives of 10 people and injuring several. Locals quickly came into action and rushed the victims to the hospital. The police, along with the special team looked for more survivals under the debris but with no success.
On investigation it was found that building had illegally enlarged its covered area. The old pillars of the building could not bear the burden of the new construction and gave way. On enquiring, the builder said that the corporation charged handsome bribe for the construction. Thus, the corporation had ignored the safety measures too. For the selfish motive of some, precious life of innocent people was taken away.
Write a report in 125-150 words on the Zonal Cricket Tournament held in the playground of ABC School, Laxmi Nagar last week. Your report should include details such as names of participating teams, exciting, cheerful atmosphere, decorated playground, a large crowd of cheering students and presentation ceremony. You are Gopalan/ Gauri, Student Editor of your school magazine.
Zonal Cricket Tournament
by Gauri Singhal
ABC School, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi, hosted the Zonal Cricket Tournament from 1st August, 20XX to 14th August, 20XX in its playground. 25 public schools (all following CBSE) from various states participated in the event, competing against each other. The school was decorated beautifully to welcome the participants and ground was filled with cheerful atmosphere when the teams were cheered for the brilliant performances. The final match was held on 14th August, 20XX between Bharti Public School, Delhi and Punjab Senior Secondary School, Amritsar. Famous Cricketer, Virender Sehwag, Mr Ahluwalia, the Sports Chairman of CBSE graced the occasion by being the chief guest on the final day.
They also gave medals and trophy to the winning team and to the man of the tournament. A special vote of thanks and best wishes were given by the Principal of the school. The school was applauded by the chief guest for handling the event with utmost zeal.
A bomb blast in a busy market area in your locality has caused huge damage. As a member of the Social Service League of your school, you visited the place. Write a report in 125-150 words on the destruction caused and the rescue operations conducted. You are Mohinder/ Meena of ABC Public School, Preet Nagar, Delhi.
Bomb Blast in Lajpat Nagar
by Mohinder Gadwal
Life came to a standstill when a bomb blasted in the busy Lajpat Nagar market at around 2pm on Sunday, the 22nd September, 20XX. Busy markets have been the favourite spot for such blasts especially during the festival times. The bomb was placed in a scooter parked near the 3C Cinema. The blast claimed the lives of 25 people, and injuring about 50. Immediately after the blast, people started running here and there, creating a huge chaos.
Police reached the spot with various ambulances and bomb squad. The injured victims were rushed to the nearby government hospital. The area was sealed for further investigation. Media people too gathered the place in no time. The local NGO came into action and helped in controlling the situation along with the police. So far nobody has taken the responsibility of the attack but the police claimed it to be a terrorist attack.
You are Gauri/ Gaurav of ABC Public School, Gandhi Nagar, Meerut. Your school has just celebrated the Literary week. As the Secretary of Literary Club, write a report in 125-150 words to be published in the school newsletter. Invent all the necessary details.
Grand Success of Literary Week
by Gaurav Goyal
ABC Public School, Gandhi Nagar, Meerut celebrated the Literary week from 8th February to 15th February,20XX in the school auditorium. The event was inaugurated by the famous writer Arundhati Roy who was warmly welcomed by the Principal and the staff. On the first day, students presented a play highlighting the importance of books, followed by debate competition and cultural program. For the whole week there was a book exhibition open for all with a minimum entry fee of ₹ 20. The exhibition had both old and new books of different genres, from different publications and authors. The event also had book readings by well-known authors like Chetan Bhagat, Amitav Gosh etc. Also the school hosted different inter-school competitions during the week. The final day was marked by the presence of HRD Minister Mrs Smriti Irani, who applauded the efforts of the school and congratulated the Principal and the teachers for the success of the event.
Members of the Social Activities Club of your school recently visited an orphanage run by a well-known NGO Members of the club were greatly impressed with the atmosphere in the orphanage. Write a report in 125-150 words, giving details such as clean surroundings, nice and caring staff, well-fed children with glowing faces, toys and games for kids, etc. You are Nutan/Naveen, President of your school’s Social Activities Club.
Visit to an Orphanage for the Blind
by Naveen Jain, President, Social Activities Club
15 members of the Social Activities Club of ABC Public School, Deralwal Delhi, visited an orphanage for the blind on 18th March, 20XX. The students were made to visit the orphanage run by well-known Sarvappam NGO located at the outskirts of Delhi. Students were amazed to see the kind of infrastructure the place had which suited the blind people so well that they did not seem to be lacking anything at all. Every step was designed to cater to the needs of these children. Apart from the educational needs, special care was devoted to their clean surroundings, the type of toys and games and their food. Exceptional attention was also given to their hygiene and sanitation. The staff showed much care for these children and had created a friendly family kind of environment. It was an enlightening experience for the normal students who cribbed for petty things instead of being thankful to all they have.
The members of Saraswati Residents Welfare Association held a protest rally at the District Park against the decision of the Municipal Corporation to cut down trees for widening of roads to ease traffic congestion. Write a report on the rally in 125-150 words. You are Puneeta/ Pramod, the President of the Association.
Protest Rally by Saraswati RWA
by Pramod Ahooja, President, RWA
New Delhi, 11th May, 20XX The members of Saraswati Residents Welfare Association held a protest at the District Park on 10th May, 20XX. The residents were annoyed by the Municipal Corporation’s decision to cut down trees to widen the roads to ease the traffic congestion. The rally took place for about 3 hours, and took to the roads, proving a nightmare for the commuters. The residents basically resented the destroying of their beautiful district park which is used by everyone. Soon media too came to cover the rally, and eminent environmentalists too joined to protest for the crime against the environment. People suggested alternate methods like diversion of the route, building elevated roads to ease the traffic congestion. The rally was finally concluded when the concerned authority came with a stay on their decision and promised to adopt the alternate methods.
Your school, Sun Public School, Pune, celebrated ‘Environment Day’ on 5th November. Write a report on the programme in 100-125 words for your school newsletter. You are Neeta/Naveen, Cultural Secretary of the school. Invent the necessary details.
Environment Day Celebration
by Naveen, Cultural Secretary
The ‘Environment Club’ of Sun Public School celebrated ‘Environment Day’ on 5th November in the school premises. The programme was inaugurated by Mr Karuppasammy, the eminent environmentalist and presided over by our Principal. The function began with a special vandana prepared by the school choir group.
Many cultural programmes were prepared by the Cultural Group of the school that included a very interesting play on the theme ‘Mother Earth’ which was highly applauded by all. An essay writing and poster making competition also took place. After distributing the prizes, the Chief Guest gave a speech in which he highlighted the need for conservation.
Finally, the day was concluded after a tree plantation drive. It was a huge success.
You are Deepak/Deepika, Secretary of Ahimsa Club, Parsva Public School, Delhi. On 2nd October, your school observed ‘International Day for peace and non-violence’, organising various activities such as visit to Raj Ghat, Charkha spinning, lectures by eminent Gandhians, etc. Write a report on the same in 100-125 words.
International Day for Peace and Non-violence
by Deepika, Secretary Ahimsa Club
On 2nd October, 20XX, to mark the birthday of the Father of the Nation, Parsva Public School observed ‘International Day for Peace and Non-violence’. Many eminent Gandhians were also present on the occasion. The day began with an Ahimsa oath in the morning assembly followed by a play on non-violence.
In his opening speech, the Principal highlighted the fact that in these times of global unrest brotherhood was needed more than any time in history. In their lectures, the Gandhians urged the students to follow the path of Ahimsa and demonstrated with examples what is the right path. They also brought charkhas with them and the students were very happy to learn a new art.
The senior classes were taken for a visit to Raj Ghat and the day concluded after observing a 2 minute silence.
Traffic police has launched a special drive against pollution causing vehicles. This has led to traffic jams and crowds at important intersections. Write a report in 100-125 words to be published in ‘Chennai Times’. You are Prince/Priya, 12 MG Road, Adayar, Chennai.
Wrong Strategy Spoils Right Cause
by Priya, Special Correspondent
Chennai: 6th April, 20XX: While driving towards the office, the commuters get engulfed with numerous unusual traffic jams. The irony with the jams was that it emerged as a result of a special drive against the pollution causing vehicles launched by the Chennai traffic police.
After Chennai was included in the list of cities with the highest air pollution in India, the authorities tried to come down hard on the vehicles emitting pollution. But the failure in the right planning spoiled the drive. The biggest mistake that the authorities made was barricading the important intersections of the city which created a havoc on roads.
The problems became so severe that the drive had to be cancelled midway. Hope the authorities will come prepared the next time.
Your school, Kanpur Secondary School, Kanpur celebrated ‘No Tobacco Day’ on 4th September. Write a report in 100-125 words on the activities performed for your school newsletter. You are Shobita/Sameer, Cultural Secretary of your school. Invent the necessary details.
No Tobacco Day Celebrated
by Shobita, Cultural Secretary
The ‘Health Club’ of Kanpur Secondary School celebrated ‘No Tobacco Day’ on 4th September in the school premises. The programme was inaugurated by Mr Kumar, the Health Minister of the state and presided by the Principal.
Many cultural programmes were prepared by the Cultural Group of the school that included a very interesting play on the theme ‘Tobacco Kills’ which was highly applauded by all.
An essay writing and poster making competition also took place. After distributing the prizes, the Chief Guest gave a speech in which he highlighted the problems faced by people who consume tobacco.
Finally, the day was concluded after declaring the area no tobacco zone. It was a huge success.
As a staff reporter of The Times of India, Delhi, you are asked to cover an incident of daylight robbery on the outskirts of Delhi, while the inmates were present in the house. Write a report in 100-125 words.
Another Incident of Daylight Robbery
by Deepika, Staff Reporter
Delhi 1.2th March, 20XX: The robbers at the peripheries of Delhi have become so bold that they ransacked a house in broad daylight, while the inmates were present in the house.
This was the fifth occurrence of such a kind in the past two weeks.
The Incident took place in Kavi Nagar Colony on 10th March, 20XX. The robbers acted as credit card dealers and gained entry into the house easily. Then they bundled the family of four, including two small children, into a room. The family couldn’t raise an alarm as they were caught off guard.
The house owner said that the robbers took away all their savings, but was somewhat relieved as no one was hurt. The police have issued an advisory and have been looking into the matter.
You are Rohini/Rehan. Your school KRM Senior Secondary School, Gurgaon organised a workshop on how to conserve energy. A number of CBSE schools participated in it. Many eminent personalities addressed the students. Write a report in 100-125 words for your school magazine.
Energy Conservation Workshop
KRM Senior Secondary School, Gurgaon organised a workshop on how to conserve energy on 26th February 20XX in its promises. A number of CBSE schools participated in it. To start the programme the lights were switched off for 5 minutes. Then the Principal took the dais and made an Eco-Pledge. Many eminent personalities including environmentalist and scientists addressed the students. They included engineers from the State Electricity Board who explained the environmental benefits of conserving electricity by switching off appliances when not required. Scientists from the Pollution Control Board highlighted the environmental benefits of switching off automobile engines at stop lights. Environmentalists from NGOs explained the necessity of preserving the environment for future generations. The highlight of the workshop was the display of various models from the participating schools which focused on the methods to conserve energy.
You are Roshan/Rohini, School Pupil Leader of Meerut Public School, Meerut. Your school joined a campaign organised by various agencies of your city to create awareness among people to conserve water. Write a report in 100-125 words highlighting the activities such as rain water harvesting, etc.
Conserve Water Campaign
by Rohirri, School Pupil Leader
Students of Meerut Public School, Meerut participated in a campaign on 23rd March 20XX, organised by various agencies to create awareness among people to conserve water. The campaign was held keeping in view the approaching summer and the impending water scarcity. The students formed many groups and went to visit many places where reports of water shortage were prevalent. They presented many street plays, displayed posters and handed out booklets containing information about the need to conserve water.
The agencies involved presented various scientific models which caught the eye of the masses. Moreover, the play on the theme of ‘Rainwater Harvesting’ remained the talk of the town and was hugely appreciated.
The Principal applauded the efforts of the students and announced that the school will continue to participate in such causes.
Your school has recently arranged a musical night in the school auditorium. Write a report in 100-125 words on this programme, for your school magazine. You are Mahima/Mahesh, Cultural Secretary of Vasant Vihar Public School, Itarsi. Invent the details.
A Musical Night
by Mahesh Gupta, Cultural Secretary Vasant Vihar Public SchoolItarsi
Itarsi, 6th April, 20XX To promote an awareness of cultural activities and to enhance the talent of students, particularly in the field of music, the management and staff of the school recently organised a musical night in the school auditorium. Mr Prabhu Shekhar, the DM of Itarsi, inaugurated the programme as the chief guest.
Participants were very enthusiastic about the event. Many of them performed quite well and received great applause from the audience. Parents of almost all the students were also present. One girl, Adhiti, of class XII won the hearts of almost all present by her melodious and sweet songs. One group of boys and girls performed the folk dance that represents the cultural heritage of our state. It was a fascinating show.
You witnessed a road accident near Nalbandh Chowraha at Agra in which a bus and a scooter were involved. Write a report for Amar Ujala in 100-125 words. Sign as Vivek/Vimala, Special Correspondent.
Speeding Bus Claims a Life
by Vivek Jain Special Correspondent, Amar Ujala
Agra 26th May 20XX It was very early morning of 25th May 20XX. A middle aged person was going on his scooter. He was not driving very fast, but the bus that appeared suddenly on Nalbandh Chowraha was in great speed. It was a clear case of rash driving on the part of the bus driver. He didn’t even blow the horn and just hit the scooterist from behind running the vehicle over his body. All this happened in a second. There were the only four commuters at that time. The victim was rushed to the nearby hospital, but he had succumbed to his injuries.
The doctors present could not do anything and declared him ‘brought dead.’
The police has registered a case. The Superintendent of Police has assured an early action.
You are Cultural Secretary of PND Xavier School, Jamshedpur. Your school organised a debate on the topic, ‘The impact of reality shows on the younger generation.1 Write a report in 100-125 words to be published in ‘The Times of India’, Jamshedpur.
An Impactful Debate
by Vinod Kumar, Cultural Secretary PND Xavier School, Jamshedpur
Jamshedpur 4th September 20XX An Inter School Debate Competition was hosted by PND Xavier School, Jamshedpur on 1st
September, 20XX. The debate was held on the topic ‘The impact of reality shows on the younger generation. May reputed schools of the town participated in the debate. As a matter of debate, some expressed their views in favour and some against the topic.
Students of Bharti Public School who spoke for the motion, won the first prize. The District Magistrate, who was the chief guest, concluded by saying that everything has two aspects-we need to identify the positive aspects. Prizes and certificates were given to the winners.
You visited a Job Fair organised by Ability Foundation at Chennai recently. You were impressed to see that nearly 55 companies from various sectors such as information technology, telecommunications, electronics etc offered jobs to the final year students of colleges. As a reporter of ‘The Deccan Times’, Chennai prepare a report in 100-125 words. You are Peeyush/Priya.
Get Served with Services
by Peeyush Reporter
Chennai 16th March 20XX Recently a 4-day Job Fair was organised by Ability Foundation in the city. It saw the participation of 55 national as well as international companies from various sectors such as information technology, telecommunication, electronics and some other manufacturing sectors. On the spot interviews were taken to judge the final year students of various colleges and they were offered lucrative jobs with attractive salaries as per their calibre and potential. Students thronged the stalls of various companies to enquire about the placements. Many national heads of companies addressed the students about their company and future prospects in the related field. It was very nice to see a lot of happy faces all around.
You are Sweety/Suresh of LM Jain School, Ajmer. As Secretary of your school Co-Curricular Activities Club, you visited a slum area in your city where the people suffered a great loss of life and property in a massive fire. The students of your school rendered their services and materials to help the victims. Write a report in 100-125 words for your school magazine.
Relief Measures for Fire Victims
by Sweety, Secretary, Co-Curricular Activities Club
A major area of slums under the new overbridge in the city was rocked by a fire of great intensity in the morning hours of 8th March. People were caught unaware by the sudden sound of a cylinder blast and within no time the whole area was engulfed in smoke. People rushed out of their houses in great panic but some were trapped in the blaze.
In a bid to offer some relief students of co-curricular Activities Club visited that area and the school held its emergent meeting to transport and distribute relief care packages. Collection points were fixed and announced by the students to deposit their contribution. A special forum was set up to collect other necessary items such as clothes, blankets, tents etc. The funds collected will also be used effectively for rehabilitation purposes.
Inspired by school’s efforts many other government and private agencies too rushed for immediate help.
Your school organised a seminar on swine flue for creating awareness among students of your school and their parents. As Secretary of the Health Club of Oasis Public School, Hyderabad, write a report in 100-125 words for The Deccan Herald’.
The Growing Threat
by Keshav Karnani, Secretary, Health Club> Oasis Public School, Hyderabad
Hyderabad There has been a rise in the number of swine flue cases registered in the city, which being a matter of concern, took the attention of our school authorities. It was considered appropriate to call all the students and their parents for a seminar to educate everyone about the causes and precaution to ensure that this virus does not infect anyone.
The seminar saw successful completion on 15th March, 20XX in the school auditorium.
Doctors from various hospitals were called to throw light on the matter. Basic details about the cause, symptoms and effects were explained to all. A sense of ease prevailed on the faces of parents after knowing about it. The seminar was a great success.
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