Easy Article Writing Class 12 Format, Topics, Examples, Samples

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Chapter NameArticle Writing
SubjectEnglish Elective  (Kaleidoscope)
Medium English
Study MaterialsVery important question to answer
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Article Writing Class 12

Q.1. Write an article for your school magazine justifying the need for the education of girls in the country for national development in 125 to 150 words. 

Ans. Women mean one-half of humanity. All talks of national reconstruction, are hollow without the education of women. National regeneration is possible only when educated girls are in the forefront of national development. 

So far it has been a male-dominated world. Women played only second fiddle to men from all walks of life. They were condemned to be within the four walls of the house. 

However, education has given them new confidence. The scenario is changing fast. The academic world is no longer the monopoly of men.

More and more young women are coming forward to challenge the dominance of men. The citadel of self-claimed superiority of men in cracking. 

Educated girls and women are contributing to the welf e of society. Name any walk of life and you will find women excelling there. 

They have proved to be better doctors, artists, administrators, academicians and “engineers than many of their male counterparts. 

However, complete literacy of v omen still remains a distant dream: Many conservative parents still suffer from superstitions and outdated beliefs. 

The percentage of women’s literacy among the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and the economically weaker sections is exceptionally low. 

Many state governments have given some special incentives to attract more and more girls to schools and colleges. It will help in exploiting women’s skills and talents for national development. It is actually the need of the hour. 

Q. 2. You are Visha/Vimla. You are worried about the hike in the prices of essential commodities like gas, pulses, vegetables, etc. Write an article on this in about 125 words for publication in a local daily, suggesting certain steps to curb price hikes.

Ans: The prices of essential commodities like gas, pulses, vegetables, etc. are going up day by day. An LPG cylinder now costs around Rs. 250. Pulse is selling for around Rs. 30 per kg. Even simple vegetables such as potatoes and onions have gone beyond the range of the common man. 

Things that were easily available in plenty and at very reasonable prices have suddenly disappeared from the market. The poor consumer is left at the mercy of traders and shopkeepers. They charge anything they like from the helpless consumer. 

There is no one who can check this exploitation and profiteering. The government seems to be unconcerned about the problems being faced by the common man. It is only such situations that lead to public unrest and ugly rioting situations. 

it is high time that the government should take suitable measures to bring down the prices of essential commodities. Strict action should be taken against hoarders and profiteers. 

There is no real dearth of anything in the market. It has only been created. The government should not look the other way. It should be assured that people get all essential commodities at reasonable prices. The public distribution system should be geared up.

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Vishal Agrawal

Geography भूगोल
Political science राजनीति विज्ञान
English SubjectResult
Hindi SubjectHistory answer keys

3. Model Sr. Secondary School, Hazaribagh, celebrated its Annual Day on 4th May. 

The School Magazine in charge, Mrs Geeta asks Anjali, a student of Class XII to write a detailed description of the event for the School Magazine. Write the same in not more than 125 words.


The Annual Day of the school was celebrated on the fourth of March this year. The Education Minister presided over the function. 

It was held in the school hall. The minister came at 10.30 a.m. sharp. He was welcomed at the school gate by the Principal. When he entered the hall, all stood up as a mark of respect. 

The minister took his seat and the function began. words to welcome the President and others. The Principal spoke to a few guests. 

Then he read out the annual report of the school. He gave an account of the progress made by the school during the preceding year. Then the Principal requested the President to give away the prizes. 

The President stood up to give away the prizes. He shook hands with the prize winners. All the prize winners were loudly cheered. Over 50 students with

beaming faces and twinkling eyes received their prizes. Their proud parents happily and fondly looked on. After giving away the prizes, the President made a short but impressive speech. 

He congratulated the prize-winners. He advised the students to work hard. He laid special stress on the value of discipline and good character. He spoke very highly of the school. 

He congratulated the Principal and the staff on their excellent work. In the end, the Principal thanked the President and the function was over. Tea was served to the guests and prize-winners.

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Class XII A

4. Write an ‘article in 125 words on the following topic to be published in your school magazine. You are Mumtaz/Mohd. Azam of XII Std., Bharathiya Vidya Bhavan, Delhi. The Role of Youth in National Development 



The youths of a country are its most dynamic and volatile force. But this untapped force is rarely exploited for the betterment of the nation. The youth of India can play a great role in national development. 

Their youthful energy should be given a proper direction. But unfortunately, the wily politicians exploit them for their selfish ends. Either they become their tools or their vote banks. 

The National Cadet Corps has utilized the bubbling energy of young men and women for constructive purposes. There they get training in leadership. N.S.S. units have been doing a wonderful job in the field of social service. 

N.S.S. volunteers have planted millions of trees throughout the country, They organise blood-donation camps. They have been working for the promotion of Adult Education. 

All such activities of young men and women help in the job of national reconstruction, Students’ unrest and the closure of schools and colleges for months serve no purpose. 

Their services can be utilized during natural calamities like earthquakes, floods and external aggression, They can play a very effective role in building the nation. They can fan out in villages and work for their upliftment. 

In this way, they can contribute to the development of the country. They can help to make India a strong and modem India So, the youth of India provide blood for our country due to this India can improve. In fact, that is why India is called a young nation.

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5. You are a member of the Environment Club of your school. After visiting many places you have realised that it is the need of the hour to protect the environment. Write an article on this topic to create awareness among the people (World limit: 125 words)



After visiting many places in different parts of India, I have come to the conclusion that the degradation and deterioration of the environment continue unabated. 

There is no doubt about it that the need of the hour is to protect and preserve the environment and the ecological balance. The menace of environmental pollution can be fought against only by creating awareness and sensitivity among the people regarding the protection of the environment. 

The main reason for environmental degradation in India is due to rapid deforestation in the last decades. 

The price of progress has been rather heavy. Many forest belts have been cleared away to set up industrial units. Rapid urbanization swallowed the remaining green belts. 

Deforestation on a large scale led to disastrous results. Famines, floods, landslides and land erosions have destroyed the ecological balance. 

The need of the hour is to plant more and more trees and preserve our forest wealth. Trees bring rain and keep the upper soil intact. 

Our rivers and lakes have become dumping grounds for industrial wastes, garbage and dirt. They have been infected to the extent that their water has not remained fit for human consumption.

Our cities are becoming dirtier every year. Delhi, the capital of India, has earned notoriety for being the fourth most polluted city in the world. 

The emission of smoke from the chimneys of the factories and the guzzlers of the road have converted our cities into big gas chambers. 

Only concerted effort on the part of the government, the voluntary organisations and the people, in general, can help in maintaining the ecological balance and in making this vast country a pleasant and clean place to live in.


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