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Report Writing Class 12 Format, Examples, Topics, Samples, Types


Class12th 
Chapter NameReport Writing
BoardCBSE
Book NCERT
SubjectEnglish Elective  (Kaleidoscope)
Medium English
Study MaterialsVery important question to answer
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Report Writing Class 12 Format, Examples, Topics, Samples, Types

Q. 1. You are Zanab Mirza. Write a report, in about 125-150 words, on the Annual Day Celebration of your school to be published in your school magazine. 

Ans.

The Annual Day Celebration

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.

The Principal spoke a few words to welcome the President and other 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. 

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Q2. You are an eyewitness to a road accident resulting in the loss of three lives. As a press reporter of a local newspaper write a report, in about 125 150 words, sign as Adha took 

Ans. Deoghar: 28 May 2008 India Today News Service. Deogher is no more a sale che nous accidents are reported every day on the roads of the city 

The bemble road accident that took away three innocent lives yesterday is just an addition to the long list A school bus collided with an oil tanker coming from the opposite direction. 

The accident took place near Harrat Ganj Police Station, The driver of the bus lost control of the speeding bus. 

The driver of the oil tanker tried to take a sharp turn. There was a head-on collision. The school bus was toppled ever. The oil tanker caught fire. 

Most of the children were saved. But the conductor and a schoolboy died on the spot. 

Ten students received minor injuries. They were admitted to a nearby hospital. The fire brigade arrives within ten minutes.  But the oil flown onto the road caught fire. The loss ran into thousands of rupees. 

Q3. You have witnessed a road accident where there is a loss of four lives. As a press reporter write a report, in about 125-150 words, sign as Neeraj Asha 

Ans Deoghar: 25th May 2008, India Today News Service, Deogher is no more a safe city Various accidents are reported every day on the roads of the city The horrible road accident that took away four innocent lives yesterday is just an addition to the long list. 

A school bus collided with an oil tanker coming from the opposite direction. The accident took place near Hazrat Ganj Police Station. 

The driver of the bus lost control of the speeding bus. The driver of the oil tanker tried to take a sharp turn. There was a head-on collision. The school bus was toppled over. 

The oil tanker caught fire. Most of the children were saved. But the conductor and a schoolboy died on the spot. Ten students received minor injuries. 

They were admitted to a nearby hospital. The fire brigade arrives within ten minutes. But the oil flown onto the road caught fire, The loss ran into thousands of rupees

Q.4 Amulti-storeyed building caught fire due to short-circuit. Write a report in about 125-150 words. Sign as Ashish/Asha. 

Ans. Bokaro, 25th March 2013: The massive fire in a multi-storeyed building proved to be a complete disaster. 

The area is inhabited mostly by the weaker sections. There are many junk shops, and godowns of used plastic goods, newspapers and clothes. 

The area presented a picture of a living hell. Most of the floors were burnt. Thousands of people were rendered shelterless on the wintry nights.

 A stop-gap arrangement was made in the building of Modern Public School Voluntary organisations did a commendable job. Immediate treatments are provided to the affected people. 

But the situation of the homeless and helpless people is still too tragic for words. Only prompt and adequate relief measures undertaken by the concerned authorities can ease the situation.

Q5. You are Lakshman/Leela. As a responsible citizen, you had to start a campaign on “Say No to Polythene Bags, in your locality. Write a report in not more than 125-150 words. 

Ans. Say No to Polythene Bags Chatra: 15 May 2008. 

The Manav Seva Samiti of Ashok Chatra organised a campaign (from the 9th to the 14th of this month) to create awareness about the hazards of Polythene bags. 

The campaign was named “Say No to Polythene Bags Banners bearing this slogan were displayed in various places n the locality, Members of the Samiti divided themselves into groups of four. 

Each group visited the people in their homes. People were told that Polythene was not biodegradable. These bags could choke the sewers. 

They could also spoil the fertility of the soil. Shopkeepers in the locality have great interest in the campaign.

 Many of them promised never to use Polythene bags in future. The campaign was a great success. Everyone in the locality praised the Samiti members for their good work.

Q. 6. Your school has recently celebrated its Golden Jubilee, organising a number of inter-school competitions and awarding prizes at a gala function. 

As the secretary of the Cultural Club of your school, write a report in 125 words, suitable to be published in your school magazine. 

Ans. Competitions and The Prizes Awarded Ranchi, 04 April 2015 (Sunita). Jawaharlal Nehru Senior Secondary School, Ranchi, celebrated its Golden Jubilee on 02 April 2015. 

The prestigious institution has completed fifty years of its glorious contribution in the field of education. A number of inter-school competitions were the major attractions of the week-long celebrations. 

On-the-spot Essay and Painting Competition drew maximum entries. The Education Minister was the chief guest on the concluding day. Inter-School Dance Competition and group songs Enthralled the audience. 

St. John’s school won the trophy for the best school. ts students bagged seven First positions. 

In his speech, the chief guest highlighted Jawaharlal Nehru Senior Secondary School’s Contribution to the field of education. A. At the end of the gala function, he gave away the prizes to the winner. 

Q. 7. Recently you attended a seminar on “Pollution control” arranged by your school. In the seminar, the participants presented papers On ‘How to Control Pollution’, which was followed by a discussion session. 

Prepare a brief report in 125 words suitable to be published in your school magazine. You are Vikash / Preeti, Headboy / Headgirl of St. Joseph School, Ranchi.

Ans. Ranchi, 25th March, 2008 (Vikash). National Academy, Ranchi Created ripples once again in the city. The school arranged a seminar in its auditorium. 

The theme of the seminar was ‘How to Control Pollution’. Participants read their papers. The Seminar was followed by a discussion session. 

The participants felt concerned about the growing pollution in the city. The growing number of vehicles was accepted as the main cause of pollution. The smoke and toxic gases emitted by chemical industries add to pollution. 

Many participants expressed doubts that ‘The Taj Mahal’ would lose its natural shine and beauty in the near future. 

Even the Yamuna in Agra has been reduced to a dirty drain. In the discussion session, the participants suggested various ways and mean to control the menace of pollution and to make Agra a pleasant place to live. 

Q.8. As the staff reporter of “The Times of India” (daily newspaper) who witnesses a fire accident in Big Bazar, Ranchi, write a report in not more than 125-150 words for publication in the paper.

Ans. Fire Accident in Big Bazar Ranchi, 25th May 2018 The Times of India (News Reporter). 

The massive fire in Big Bazar, Ranchi proved to be a complete disaster. There are many sections like as Child Wear, Men’s Wear, Women’s Wear, Toys Section,

Commodity Section, Fruits Section, Vegetable Section which has totally burnt. 

Around the Big Bazar, there are so many well-built buildings, which were burnt. Injured people were hospitalised. The fire brigade arrives within ten minutes. After that, the fire was controlled. But the loss ran into crores of rupees.



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