HSC | English 2nd Paper | Important Composition Writing 16-20

HSC | English 2nd Paper | Important Composition Writing 16-20 : Hello dear HSC students, Today I will discuss the most important Composition Writing in HSC exam from English 2nd paper.

16. The College I Study

The name of my college is Matbari Serajia X college. A rich man named Elem Boksh Sardar founded the college. It is one of the best college in the district of Khulna. The college is situated at a suitable place. The college stands at the junction of four roads. Boys and girls of the neighbouring villages can come to the college easily. The river Koyra flows by the eastern side of the college. Boys and girls also come from other side of the river.

The college is housed in a nice four storeyed building. It has fifty rooms. The rooms are spacious with a wide verandah and well ventilated. The Principal has a seperate room to sit in. There is an office room adjacent to the Principal’s room. Two clerks sit there and maintain the records of the college. There is also Teacher’s Common Room where the other teachers take their seat.

There are also science laboratories, students’ common room, scouts’ room, cadets’ room, library and gymnasium rooms. Students go to the common room, play indoor games and read the newspapers, magazines and other papers. The library room is very spacious. There is a rich collection of books in the library. Students read there. They are issued books. The college has two big hostels and two teachers are in charge of the hostels. They supervise the students. Generally our college starts at 9 am and breaks up at 4 pm. We get a recess of half an hour, take our tiffin. At this time the Muslim students say their Zohar prayers.

There are 1200 students and well trained teachers in our school. The Principal is an experienced teacher. The other teachers are also well qualified. They are kind, sympathetic to us. They solve our problem. The college has a big play ground. Our physical instructor himself is a good player. He trains us in various games and sports. Students play football, volley ball and cricket there.

The college has a good reputation for results. The results of the H.S.C Examination are quite satisfactory. Our college is one of the best college’s in the Khulna District. Its name and fame has spread far and wide. I am proud of being a student of the college.

17. Green House Effect [J. B. 2013]

In our day to day life we are experiencing new kind of problem. Our environment is facing new type of pollution. Green house effect is one of them. Green house effect is the gradual warming of the air surrounding the earth as a result of heat being trapped by environmental pollution. There are many causes of green-house effect. The destruction and cutting down of tropical rain forests, vehicles that clog up city streets, the rapid growth of population, the use of chloroflurocarbons’ in packaging and manufacturing commercial products, the use of detergents, such as washing powder and washing-up-liquid and various kinds of environmental pollutions are the causes of green-house effect.

Carbon dioxide gas, produced by the burning of fossil fuels and forests and pollutants such as methane and chloroflurocarbons also cause green house effect. The effects of green-house effect are too many to be described. Its effect is very devastating and destructive. Its effect is a dangerous threat to human existence and to animal and plant lives. Climatologists predict that by midway through the next century temperatures may have risen by as much as 4°C. This could seriously reduce makind’s ability to grow food, destroy or severely damage wildlife and wilderness, raise sea levels and thereby flood coastal areas and farmland.

Bangladesh is very much vulnerable to frequent natural disasters. Annual visitations of cyclones and floods are routine but nonetheless sudden and fatal in their wild rage. The yearly damages they leave behind are enormous. However our people are accustomed to cyclones and floods. But another creeping disaster is gathering in fury is the green house effect for which the people are not prepared at all and the state appears to be taking no notice. It is the danger of rising sea level from the green-house effect.

It can wipe away about one third of our land and spell disaster for the ecological balance of the entire country. So if we lose our lands because of the sea rise, our existence as a nation would be imperilled. The more alarming news about Bangladesh is that as a result of the rise of the sea level the lower southern part of the country may one day go under water. People should be encouraged to plant trees more instead of cutting down trees indiscriminately. It is a sacred duty of all human beings to prevent the environment from being spoilt.

To make life healthy and comfortable we should keep the environment clean and free from all kinds of pollution’s. Mills, factories, brick-fields should be set up in a planned way. Alarming rate of population growth should be checked. Vehicles should be brought under control so that they might not produce deafening sound and emit thick pall of black smoke and create traffic clogging.

For our survival, we need to add a strong voice to international advocacy for emission and control of greenhouse gases that are causing global warming by damaging the Ozone layer. The UN secretary General Kofi Annan had made a fervent appeal urging the USA to join other nations in reducing emissions and conserving energy.

18. Our National Festivals

Festivals have always been integral parts of our tradition and culture. We have a number of national festivals and we celebrate them throughout the year with traditional festivities. People from all walks of the society take part in these festivals with national fervour. National festivals of our country can be divided into some major divisions. Some of our national festivals are related to our history of Independence and Language Movement, some are related to our religions and the rests are related to our art, culture and other national interests. Whatever may be the occasion, people irrespective of religion, caste and creed join these festivals spontaneously.

Independence Day and International Mother Language Day are the two most important national festivals which are related to our history of Independence and the Language Movement. 26 March is the Independence Day and it is the biggest national festival of our country. On this day we remember the martyrs who sacrificed their lives for our freedom by offering floral wreaths at the National Mausoleum. 21 February is the International Mother Language Day and it is celebrated all over the world to remember the language martyrs and give equal importance to all languages.

The national festivals which are related to our religions are Eid-ul-Fitr, Eid-ul-Azha, Durga Puja, Christmas, Buddha Purnima etc. Although these festivals are related to different religions, they are declared as public holidays and people enjoy them with religious harmony. Pahela Baishakh (the first day of Bangla New Year) on 14 April, Birth anniversary of the noble laureate Rabindranath Tagore on 25 Baishakh and that of the National Poet Kazi Nazrul Islam on 11th Jaystha are observed throughout the country as national festivals. We also observe some other national festivals relating to our culture and tradition.

Our national festivals give us enormous pleasure. We celebrate them together and renew our pledge to build our nation. These festivals take us closer to each other. They make us think as one nation. We should continue the traditional celebrations of our national festivals.

HSC | English 2nd Paper | Important Composition Writing 16-20
HSC English 2nd Paper Important Composition Writing 16-20

19. Village Games

Every nation of the world has its own games and sports. They are as necessary for life as food and and sports to build up his body and character. Bangladesh is a tropical country. So she has games drink. A man eats and drinks to fulfill his hunger and quench his thirst. But he takes part in games and sports suited to her climate.

There are many village games and sports. Ha-du-du, Dariabandha, Kanamachhi, Gollachhut, Danguli six-guti, sixteen guti, Lathi Khela, Boat-race etc. are the main village games and sports. Young boys take part in these games in their leisure time. Ha-du-du is a very popular game. It is an out door games. It is a game of joy not only to the players but also to the spectators. It costs minimum but gives maximum joy and thril. This game requires a small plain ground. The ground is divided into two equal parts. A line is drawn across the midle of the field. The young and the strong boys of the vilages play Ha-du-du. There are two teams. Each team has equal number of players.

Th players stand face to face on a line. Each team stands in one part of the ground. One player of a team is allowed to enter the ground of the opponent party. He utters Ha-du-du all th time holding his breath. He tries his best to touch one or more players of the opponent party. If he is successful in his attempt and comes back to his own area, the touched player or players are called dead. And if he is caught within the area of the opponent party, he is are dead and the other party wins.

It is another popular game of our villages. In this game a field is made under certain rules equally divided with lines keeping equal distance from each other. Players are divided into two equal teams. One team stands outside the field and each of the players of the other team stands on each line facing at least on opponent player. Players standing outside enter into the field one by one and try to pass across the field to the finishing end. If any player of a team can cross the field from the starting point to the finishing point and vice-versa, the team concerned wins the game.

Kanamachhi is a popoular village game. A number of children stand in a circle. One of them becomes the Kanamachhi. He is called so because a piece of cloth is tied over his eyes and he can not see. He runs after children. If he can touch anybody, then the touched person becomes the Kanamachhi.
It is another popular game of our villages, It is played between two teams.

There are equal number of players in each team. A team stands at a fixed point on one side of the field. The players of the other team stand scattered on the field facing the team standing at the fixed point. If the players standing at the fixed point can cross the field untouched, they win the game. Lathi Khela is also a popular village game. This game requires some skills and tacties. The healthy and the strong people of villages take part in this game. This game is a source of great joy to the spectators. The spectators enjoy the game much.

Boat-race is a popular entertainment of the people of our villages. Generally a boat-race is held during autumn on the occasion of any village vestival. Special boats are made for the purpose. People from far and near gather at the spot. A boat race starts in the midst of shouts and thrills. It provides innocent pleasure. It is really exciting and thrilling.

Country games are very interesting indeed. They can be played without spending much money. Large fields are not needed. The village games give sufficient exercise to the limbs of the body. They are source of innocent joy and pleasure. They make us strong, healthy and active.
Village games are part of our culture and heritage. We should play the games to uphold our age old culture and heritage.

20. Seasons in Bangladesh

There are six seasons in Bangladesh. Each sesaon has its own features. We hear new sounds and enjoy new scenes in each season. Nowhere in the world are the six seasons so sharply felt as in Bangladesh, Everything changes. The people also feel different in each season. They forget the monotony of life and start their daily work anew.

The first season in Bengali calender is the summer. Baisakh and Jaistha constitute summer. During summer the sun shines hotly. The heat is terrible. Water goes dry, ponds, canals, lakes and small slightest work and become tired and thirsty. There is sultry hot. People can not work at ease. rivers go dry. There is scarcity of water everywhere. The earth gets parched. People sweat at the Kalbaishakhi sweeps over the country and causes harm and make many people homeless.

Summer is also the season of various fruits. Various seasonal fruits ripe then. Sometimes, After summer comes the rainy season, It is most welcome to people because people heave sigh of relief from excessive heat. The sky is overcast with clouds and the sun can not be seen for hours even for days. It rains heavily now and then, sometimes cats and dogs and in small drops, pond, canals, lakes and rivers are full to the birm. The earth and roads are wet and muddy. Rain is a great blessing for our country. Our agriculture depends on this rain.

If the rain does not come in time, our farmers can not reap a good harvest. Rain carries away the filths and dirts. Everything in nature looks fresh. At this time people move by boats. Sometimes it rains so heavily that it causes flood and bring untold miseries to people. After the rain comes the autum. Bhadra and Aswin are the months of this season. Rain is not so copious. The sky is clear. While clouds float in the sky. People especially the farmers look happy because they go to the market with loads of jute and earn money. The Hindus perform their Durga puja in this season.

The autumn rolls into the late autumn. It is the season of dew and farmers look happy. They are busy in harvesting. They perform the Nobanna. It also hints the arrival of winter. The late autumn is followed by the winter. Winter looks gloomy. Trees become bare of leaves. Days are very short and the nights are very long. People shiver in cold. Winter is welcome to the rich because they can wear their warm clothes but the poor suffer much from cold. They burn dry leaves and straw to warm themselves. Birds and other animals also suffer from cold.

People wrap themselves with quilt and blanket when they go to bed at night. Various delicious vegetables grow in this season and people eat them. It is the season of fog.Spring is the best of all seasons. It is neither too cold nor too hot. Trees get new leaves and flowers. A gentle breeze blows and makes everyone happy. The sweet song of the cuckoo is heard. Thus moves the cycle of six seasons. Each season has its own influence on the people of Bangladesh.

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