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BBS Second Year English Business Communication (New Course 2078) The Clock Tower Bhupi Sherchan Summary of the Poem The Clock Tower by Bhupi Sherchan After military personnel are retired, their military uniforms become useless. They wear those clothes no more. But they like to keep the clothes which give them a sense of pride. Some of these clothes are already worn out. Some are damaged by rats. Therefore, they distribute the rest of the clothes among their close friends and relatives. In this way, all the military clothes are gone one by one. But there are two more things which…

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BBS Second Year English Business Communication The Lunatic by Laxmi Prasad Devkota Summary/Synopsis of the Poem The Lunatic by Laxmi Prasad Devkota The speaker is angry with people of his society for calling him mad and taking him to Ranchi. He had only shown different behaviour. But now he accepts that he has become insane and takes a negative attitude. He can see the sound, hear the visual and taste the smell. He can touch the things that do not exist. He sees flowers in stones shining in moonlight. In a rose, he can see the famous beauties like Helen…

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BBS Second Year English Business Communication  The Parrot in the Cage  By Lekhnath Poudyal Summary, Theme, Interpretation and Critical Analysis Summary/Synopsis of The Parrot in the Cage A parrot is captured and a narrow iron cage is his world now In place of the open sky. Now his free, happy life is finished. There is only pain and sorrow, no peace or rest. His eyes have swollen by crying. Trying to get out, his beak has become blunt, and wings and feet have become weaker. His sad and weeping old parents need him. But there is no way out. In…

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BBS Second Year English Business Communication Shooting an Elephant Short Summary/Synopsis, Theme, Analysis and Symbol Point of View in Shooting an Elephant: The writer uses the first person point of view to present his experience in Burma as a police office of the British Empire. Short Analysis of the story Shooting an Elephant It is a narrative essay where we find a story of a police officer’s interaction with a wild elephant. It is written by George Orwell. It presents Orwell’s time story. Orwell used to serve as a police officer for the British empire in Burma. The story interestingly…

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BBS Second Year English Business Communication Poem Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold Summary, Theme and Symbols Speaker: General Human being who is serious about the loss of religious faith in the human world. Tone: Calm and Melancholy Symbols: Sea, Beach, Land, etc. Setting: Dover Beach ( Southeastern Coast of England ) Theme of the Poem Dover Beach  The poem presents the theme of a crisis of faith in human world. The speaker presents gloomy world where he doesn’t find any hope for beauty and peace in his life because of human crisis. The poem tries to tell us about the…

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BBS Second Year English Business Communication “Looking for a Rain God”  Summary, Theme and Character Sketch Setting of the Story: Place: Rural Area of Botswana, Africa  Farmers are farming off the vast bush land. Time: 1958 AD Point of View in the story “Looking for a Rain God”: Third-person point of View. We know the story from the point view of the central character: Mokgobja Characters: Mokgobja 70 years old laborious farmer Ramadi Mokgobja’s son. Tiro Ramadi’s wife, Neo and Boseyong – Two  daughters of Ramadi and Tiro Nesta Tiro’s sister   Synopsis/Summary of the story “Looking for a Rain…

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TU BBS Second English New Syllabus/Course Details 2078 (BBS second year English courses in 4yr BBS system under the Faculty of Management, Tribhuvan University) Details: Course Name: MGT 205: Business Communication Full Marks: 100 Pass Marks: 35                        Lecture Hours: 150 Course Description: Two Major  Components of this course I. Business Communication Skills: 50% II. Discourse in Disciplines: 50% Course Contents Business Communication Skills: 50% 1 I. The Communication Process – Elements of Communication Process – Methods of Communication – The Writing Process – Oral Communication Process – Group Work and Collaboration Process – Communication Structures and Systems – Management…

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Composition for Class 12 English NEB War and peace Almost certainly war is a detestable, the best disaster that happens to individuals. It brings demise and obliteration, infection and starvation, neediness, and ruin afterward. One has just to think back to the ruin that was created in different nations relatively few years prior, to assess the ruinous impacts of war. An especially upsetting side of present day wars is that they will in general become worldwide so they may overwhelm the whole world.In any case, there are individuals who think about battle as something amazing and courageous and see it…

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Class 11 Major English Model Question by NEB (CDC) 2078 English (Optional) Grade XI (Eng. 333) Contents Types, numbers and description of questions   MCQs Short answer questions Long answer questions A Historical Survey of English Language and literature 2 2 – Tracing out outline, explanation, classification,comparison and short note Introduction to Language and Linguistics 2 2 – Definition. explanation, classification, comparison and short note. Prose 3 2 2 Summary,narration, comparison, justification of the title or meaning. evaluation, compare and contrast, explanation with reference to the context, character sketch and discussing Particular social/cultural/political issues with reference to a text Note:…

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Class 11 Compulsory English Model Question by NEB (CDC) Compulsory English (ENG. 003) – Grade XI– (Model Question) Solution Complete Solution:  Full Marks: 75 Time: 3 hours 1. Read the text and do the tasks. 15 Mt Everest grows by nearly a metre to new height The world’s highest mountain Mount Everest is 0.86m higher than had been previously officially calculated, Nepal and China have jointly announced. Until now the countries differed over whether to add the snow cap on top. The new height is 8,848.86m (29,032 ft). China’s previous official measurement of 8,844.43m had put the mountain nearly four…

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Composition for Bed English A Social Problem: Unemployment Ans: Unemployment is one of the burning social problem of the world. It is a bizarre situation where people are qualified for the jobs for but not getting it. Many degree holders, teachers, innovators, etc are the victims of this social evil. We are failing to utilize valuable human resource due to unemployment.  The most important cause behind it is less availability of jobs. Other causes are defective governmental policies, lack of practical skill and increasing population. It is necessary to establish a stable government to make plans for youth employment.  Every…

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