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 year, many youths leave their country in a search of better opportunity. Every year, educated youths become unemployed due to theoretical knowledge. So, this social evil is devastating for every nation. Many educated people are doing traditional farming due to lack of opportunities in the labor market.
As Nepal is non-industrial nation. Because of political unsteadiness and enormous corruption, developmental activities are in exceptionally sluggish speed. It is the main cause behind obstructions for landing position opportunity for huge mass of youths. As a result, ‘brain drain’ happens.
There are different effects of unemployment. One of the major effect is poverty. In the world, unemployed people had the highest rate of poverty. Unemployment also cause health hazards. There is a close strong relationship between unemployment and health. Unemployment also causes physical as well as mental illness, such as depression.
Summing up, government has to play a very crucial role by minimizing the growing unemployment by increasing practical education as well as industrial areas. Population control is also another method to reduce it.
Essay on Growing Up in Poverty
Poverty is the devastating social evil of our society. It creates division in a society. People in a society is divided between the haves and have-nots. It has political, economic, social, psychological and physical effects on poor people.
It is very difficult to grow up in poverty. We fail to fulfill our basic needs like food, shelter and clothing. We always become silent in poverty. We are deprived of basic human right in poverty. A person loses self confident, self-esteem, honor and dignity when he/she suffers from it.
It is a vicious circle that repeats from one generation to another generation, if one generation fails to climb the ladder of poverty. It is a shameful stage where nobody cares about you. You have to survive without the dignity of human. So, growing up poverty is a bay where you have to live until you reach your targeted land. Most of the victims of social crimes are poor people. They lack proper shelter and security to save them from the crimes. Innocent poor children are the major victims’ of it. The world’s major problems like child trafficking, malnutrition and drug addiction are the results of devastating poverty.
The ultimate solution to reduce poverty is to spread practical based free education to all. Government should focus on education. In the same way, it is necessary to increase employment opportunities to people because poverty and unemployment are interlinked to each other.
The emotional and mental effects are far reaching. A permanent sense of low self-esteem, lack of confidence and inadequacy is their constant companion. Their stress hormone cortisol responsible for regulating body’s response to threat from external changes is always spiked up leading to constantly feeling victimised, threatened and insecurity. Poorer mental health affects their ability to learn and adjust. If living a life constantly under the glare of poverty doesn’t kill them, it certainly leaves them weaker and withered and beaten.
The circumstance under which life is suffered under the shadow of poverty certainly leaves any individual much the worse as it deprives him of the right to achieve his potential as free and equal member of society.
However, it is also true that some of the most illuminating examples of humanity, sensitivity and empathy has emerged from the darkest recesses of poverty. Life redeems and allows us to hope that better access to better opportunities and facilities of life shall perhaps one day help to free them from these shackles and allow to live life as an equal and deserving member of the society.
Write a couple of paragraphs about an interesting dream that you have had.
Ans: In my dream, I was playing with my friend Hari. We were playing near a hill. We were playing a cricket game. When I started batting, the bat started to fly in the sky. We started to follow it. It reached to a cave. We entered into a cave to find out what was actually happening. The bat disappeared into the cave.
We searched all the corners of the cave. We got nothing but suddenly we saw a statue of the lord Buddha. I worshipped the statue of lord Buddha by chanting mantras. As soon as I finished my mantra, we started to see all the mistakes that we committed in our life in the backdrop of the statue. We saw lord Buddha crying for violence that we committed in our life. We were surprised by it. We discussed about it. When we realized our mistakes that we committed, the Buddha stopped crying. Suddenly the statue of Buddha converted into a golden bat. We took it and returned back to our home. .
When I woke up, I was surprised by the dream. I tried to search the bat around my room but it was my dream only. But the dream gave me a lesson to follow the path of lord Buddha: peace, forgiveness and non-violence.
Write an essay on the effects of war.
Ans: Wars break out in different countries for different reasons. We find civil war as well as war between countries. Most of the wars are caused by race, religion, financial disappointment, will-power,etc. The most important thing is that war brings chaos and destruction in human society. The most dangerous effect is it destroys harmony between countries and people.
The impacts of war are both physical and mental. Human social orders are profoundly influenced by battles. Human history won’t forget the catastrophe on Hiroshima and Nagasaki which took a huge number of lives. The catastrophe not only destroyed human lives but also nature.
Wars bring untold torments just as political and monetary insecurity. Individuals’ lives and day by day presence go under danger. It is hard to secure positions or live our typical everyday presence.
In this way, people should keep away from battles at all expense. The solitary way we can secure our lives and guarantee solidness in our nation is to rehearse resilience and regard for every otter.
In a nutshell, war ends families and harmony. It hinders social, economical, cultural, political and environmental advancement. The impacts of war incorporate physical and mental damage to human beings.
Write an essay on ‘Our culture is our identity’.
Or Write a few paragraphs explaining how you intend to preserve your culture, values and norms.
Or Write an essay on the Importance of Culture and Identity.
Ans: Yes, it is true that our culture is our identity. If we lose our culture, we will lose our identity and existence. We will suffer from the problem of identity crisis. Our culture and tradition are a living experience. People must preserve, follow and transmit it from one generation to next to save it’s existence. Without it, human beings will lose their true identity. Culture plays a crucial role to shape an individual’s identity. Moral values, tradition and culture help to differentiate human beings and animals. So, it is our true identity.
If a person doesn’t follow his/her culture, he/she will lose identity and value in the society. Our parents are real Gods who are transmitting us culture and values to shape our habit and behaviour. So, we must preserve it by following it. I will correct wrong things about our culture, values and norms and transmit the right things to my next generation. It is necessary to make next generation aware about the main danger of losing culture, values and norms if information is not passed on to the next generation.
When I grew old, I will teach young people to give much attention to it. In future, I will organize a programme for youngsters to teach and guide them about the importance of culture and values. Culture shapes our behaviour, manner and morals. As a result, it helps to shape their identity. We know the fact that our neighbour analyzes us according to our behaviour, manner and moral. It means that we are judged in our society by our culture. So, it proves that our culture is our true identity. We should not only follow our good culture but also transmit to next generation to preserve its identity.
Write an essay about your Dream House
Ans: My dream house is an ideal house that I always imagine. House becomes home when we pour love to our family members. It is a place where different generation live together in a single bond. So, my dream house will be full of love and happiness. My dream house will be in Ilam’s hill. It will be surrounded by tea estates. When I will wake up in the morning, I will enjoy the clean environment of the surroundings.
Moreover, my dream house will be made up wood, cement and zinc. There will be 6 rooms in my house. It should be facing East direction because I want to enjoy cool air as well as rising sun view. I will make small vegetable as well as fruit garden where I will grow fresh vegetables and fruits for my family. I would like to avoid harmful vegetables from market. I would like to maintain my house neat and clean. There will be a meditation room for myself to do Yoga and meditation. I will also make one library room for my family and visitors.
There will be a special room for my parents and visitors because I believe in the motto ”Helping others is as equal as praying gods”. I won’t add too much amenities in my dream house because it creates laziness. I believe that physical exercises are necessary to be healthy and fit. There will be solar panel in my house to maintain regular light. I will also add a big smart tv for my parents and visitors. My house’s wall will be decorated with beautiful wall paintings capturing nature’s true beauty.
All children have the right to quality education. How can we ensure this right to every child? Discuss the role of the government and the parents to make sure that every child can attend school.
Ans: All children have the right to quality education. We can ensure this right to every child by making education compulsory to all children by the government. The government and the parents should play a vital role to make sure that every child can attend school. Parents have a lasting impact on children’s learning by creating a fruitful environment for learning. When parents give time for their children’s education, children are more engaged with their school work, stay in school longer, and achieve better learning outcomes.
Education should be administered by governmental bodies or non-profit institutions. They should take control over of education sectors to ensure education for all. Government should make education free for all children. Government should fight against terrorism, ignorance and violence to protect children from brutality and harm. It must expand the educational opportunities for girls. Government should establish stable peace in the country to create an environment for education.
Do you think that there is still discrimination between sons and daughters in terms of providing education in our country? What strategies do you suggest to overcome such discrimination against girls?
Yes, I think that there is still discrimination between sons and daughters in terms of providing education in our country, Nepal. In these days, each and every person should be allowed to live equally and respectfully but girls are deprived of their basic rights of education. Male dominated societies are creating some boundaries to create discrimination between girls and boys in terms of education. This case is more visible in rural terai and hilly mountain areas of Nepal. In rural and remote areas of Nepal, most of the societies are patriarchal. Girls are given certain tasks in kitchen and they are sent to government schools. Boys are considered as a backbone of their family. So, they send boys to private boarding schools. A family invests a lot for boys to secure his future. Girls are the victims of social, moral, ethical, economical and cultural problems created by male dominated society.
Strategies to Overcome Discrimination Against Girls:
A) Government should ensure equal access to and completion of secondary an education to girls. (b) Government must start functional literacy and numeracy programmes, for out-of-school girls (c) Promote human rights education in educational programmes to girls. (d) Increase enrolment and improve retention rates of girls by allocating appropriate budgetary resources e) should run campaigns and flexible school schedules, incentives, scholarships, access programmes for out-of-school girls (f) Provide education and skills training to increase girls opportunities for employment and access to decision-making processes; (g) Provide education to increase girls’ knowledge and skills related to the functioning of economic, financial and political systems.
A Chinese philosopher Confucius said, “If your plan is for one year, plant rice; if your plan is for ten years, plant trees; if your plan is for one hundred years, educate children.” What is the meaning of this saying? Elaborate with examples.
Ans: The meaning of this saying is that if we want Progress and development of humanity then we must invest in education of children. Rice is a short term investment. It generates returns in a year. The tree is a longer term investment requiring ten years to mature. The well educated child influences the future forever through his or her influence on endless generations.
Therefore the education of a child is a worthy and a wise investment. It takes time to educate people and turn them into productive members of our society. It is not a task like growing crops or trees where you will see the benefits in one to ten years. Good education is the best long term investment for society. We can see that in East Asia today: their postwar investments in education are paying off tremendously as East Asia is now the fastest growing region in the world. Asian countries like Japan, China and India are growing faster and faster because of their long term vision in Education.
Recall your school days. Write in three paragraphs of an event that you always remember.
A school organizes many events where students can participate to explore their inner talents. These events help the students to socialize them. I used to take part in school events during my school days. I used to take part in annual function of my school. It was organized in the month of Magh of 2066 BS. I participated in Speech competition. My topic was ‘An Importance of Girls Education’. On that day, our principal sir wished me best luck for the speech. The event began when our social teacher gave welcome speech to the all parents.
At the beginning I was nervous to deliver my speech but later on I spoke fluently on my topic. I was shocked when principal sir announced my name for the first prize of speech competition. I received a medal and certificate from a board member of our school. We took group photograph for a memory. My class teacher patted my back and said that he loved my speech. I introduced my parents to my class teacher. We discussed about school events and board exams. The event changed my life completely. Before that event I was shy and nervous boy. After that event I participated in all contests of our school events. Now, I miss my school days and evens. My school days were golden days of my life.
“Education empowers a person”. Elaborate this statement giving examples of your personal experience.
Ans: Education is very important in everybody’s life. It enables people to face the challenges of life efficiently. Despite this, education remains a luxury that most people consider not a necessity. January 24 is the International Day of Education. It is a day to celebrate the transformative power of education and its role in human well-being. Education is one of the most powerful tools that can help people build a better world. Education can also be used to describe various aspects of a person’s life.
Education can provide a child with the independence and confidence to live a life of their choice. It also helps them develop their personality and contribute to the society. Education is the key to development. It can change the course of a person’s life and elevate the whole society. With education and learning, students will have a better understanding of the world’s right and wrongs, which will help them come up with better solutions. Education has the power to lift all. It can improve the quality of life for all.
Imagine that a journey took longer than expected. Write a paragraph about what happened.
I will never forget my travel from Kathmandu to Jhapa. I had gone there with my elder sister to spend my summer vacation. The return journey was delayed by natural, political and mechanical factors. It was rainy season when heavy rain and landslides often make road travel difficult. It had been raining from early morning on the day we left Kathmandu. It was already seven because it was the last bus. We had not reached Munglin when we saw a long queue of vehicles before us. The road was blocked by a landslide.
Armed forces arrived two hours later. It was almost evening when the road was finally cleared. At night we faced a mechanical problem. After stopping in Bharatpur for an hour for meal, we moved ahead. I was afraid that something might go wrong and could not sleep. My sister tried to comfort me by giving me her mobile phone to play games. It was almost midnight when one of the back wheels came off. We had to wait for another bus of the same company for help. Only by the morning the bus was ready. We were further delayed by a strike in the Terai districts. We had to spend the whole day in the bus and roaming the streets and bazaars. The bus left again. But that very day, Koshi River had over flooded because of heavy rain. The dam along its bank was burst and 20 to 30 kilometres of the highway was flooded. It took five more hours to drive through India before we entered Nepal again at Biratnagar the next day. Thus, a normal 12-hour journey took more than 50 hours.
Imagine that 50 years from now, someone in your class is very popular. Write an account of his/her success. Write a paragraph telling your own or another’s success story.
A Success Story of Meera Sharma
Meera Sharma, an official of World Bank, is a friend of mine. I met her first when I was in class eight. We studied together in Janata Higher Secondary School. She was from a poor family with many children. Her father and mother could not send all of them to school. Fortunately, she was the youngest child and got a chance to study. Her elder sisters were married before twenty. After passing SLC in distinction, she went to Kathmandu for her further study. She lived with her uncle. After she completed higher secondary level education, she took Economics as a major subject. She topped in Master’s degree from Tribhuvan University and got government scholarship to study in Oxford University, from where she did her PhD. After working in many banks in England, she finally got a job in the Bank of England because of her talent. After 13 years of service and after many attempts, she has now got a job in the World Bank.
Essay on My School Library:
Books play an important and vital role in everyone’s life. It expands our thinking process. It helps us to know more about life around us.. A library is a place where we can read books on different topics. My school library is the best place for me because I enjoy reading fictional books. It takes me to imaginative world of dreams. I always go to my school library in a leisure period.
My school has one of the best libraries in my municipality. It has three large rooms. It is airy and well maintained. Our librarian is Mr Sujit Devkota. There are the books of general interest, daily newspapers, journals and reference and other text books. Our library has nearly 30,000 books.
My school library contains books on various themes, genres, and subjects. Our principal sir advised us to choose a book according to our interest. We can borrow books from our school library and when we finish reading it, we return it in time.
The library is one of the most important places of my school. I think that our government should establish library in every government school. It should contain all varieties of books. It can be used by students and teachers alike. It is a storehouse of knowledge. So, I think school library is my best to spend my time.
Write an essay about the position of women 50 years ago and now.
In the past women were limited inside homes, doing household activities like coking, washing, cleaning and looking after children. Now their position and roles are changing. A major factor to bring changes in the position of women is modernization. In the earliest times men did the hunting while women stayed home to look after the children and prepare food. It was necessary for survival at that time.
Now we do not hunt animals or gather foods in the jungle. We buy them in the market. We only need money. For that we need to work. Therefore, women have also started going out to work. In many homes, it is the women who earn more and support the family. Earlier most jobs women did involved traditional women’s skills, such as sewing, knitting, child care, cosmetics, facial treatments and hotel. This is still the case. But With the society becoming more open and broad-minded, they have started modelling and acting, which often need glamorous get-up. Now there are women in politics and administrative fields and abroad to work. In the past, only males were doctors and females nurses. Similarly, males involved in sports and females in dance.
Now a days these roles are reversed as we find male nurses and dancers and lady doctors and sportswomen. With the society becoming more open and modern, traditional gender roles are changing. And the changes have come more for women than for men.
Write a paragraph/ magazine article describing your town and what visitors can do there.
Birtamode: A New Tourist Area
Ans: Situated in the center of Jhapa district, Birtamode, my hometown, is one of the popular towns in eastern Nepal and the commercial hub of Mechi zone. There are many places for entertainment: film halls, discos, and circus. For those who like shopping, there are supermarkets and department stores as well as the cheap footpath shops. There are cheap lodges as well as expensive 5 star hotels for the visitors to stay.
7 kilometres to the west is a small zoo, where some species of wildlife are kept. There is also a lake where we can do boating. Recently, a suspension bridge has also been made. People can enjoy watching the rising sun by going to Antu Dada, which is a two-hour drive to the north-east from Birtamode. On the way to Antu is minor Pathivara temple. There are other religious places near Birtamode as well. Kichakbadh is thirty kilometres to the south, and Arjundhara just five kilometres to the north. If we go 17 kilometres to the east, we will reach the Indian border.
Prepare a newspaper article on “The Use and Misuse of Mobile Phones”.
Article on “The Use and Misuse of Mobile Phones”
Ans: Almost every person these days carries a cell phone. They are manufactured in large quantities and by various brands in different countries. Now we find a variety of smart phones with fascinating features. Being easily available in the market and affordable has encouraged people to carry mobile phones. Moreover, the prices of SIM cards being reasonable also contribute to the popularity of mobile phones.
Cell phones are one of the greatest and most useful inventions. Earlier, people had to depend on mails that too much time to be delivered. Later came landlines and computers that eased the connection with people in different parts of the world. Cell phones help people stay in touch with others in different corners of the world at any time because cell phones are portable and wireless. Cell phones these days come equipped with the new features and functions like various games, radio, camera, music player, audio and video recorders, multimedia messaging services, document readers, facilities for streaming and watching videos, video callings and many more. But there is an equally dark side to the story because cell phones can be easily misused. Widespread use of cell phones has made way for its misuse too especially by the youth, anti-socials, terrorists and other criminals.
Camera phones with MMS facilities are used to take unauthorized photos and shoot pornographic videos and spread them. Moreover, SIM cards can be easily available and there is no proper facility for checking of one’s records. This can make it easier for terrorists to misuse these phones for various activities. The youths are so much involved in sending messages, talking over the phone and spending most of their times in the virtual world that they have less care about practical life. What is more, they might be easily spoilt as they can easily watch pornographic videos on the Internet. Mobile phones are both a blessing and a curse depending on how we use it. It is up to us to use it in a responsible way and make it a blessing in our lives.
Compare and contrast between two places you have visited.
I like travelling and often visit places chance permits. After final exam of class 12, I visited Kathmandu. This summer I went to visit my relatives in Dharan. Both are cities but there are some differences. Kathmandu is more populated and expensive than Dharan. Because it is the capital city, people from different parts and corners of the country have gathered there. Local products are few and most items come from other places. Therefore, prices of goods are higher.
Kathmandu offers more job opportunities than Dharan. But like Kathmandu, Dharan is not lacking in transportation, advanced technology and facilities of higher education and hospitals. But there are more and wider streets in Kathmandu than in Dharan. Dharan has a better environment than Kathmandu. Being situated at a higher altitude, both are cooler than the Terai region. But Dharan lies at the border of hill and Terai while Kathmandu is a valley.
Unlike Dharan, it is colder in winter. There is more space in Dharan because it is still growing. The air is fresher because of a nearby forest. It is more peaceful and beautiful. People of Dharan are friendlier. In contrast, Kathmandu has many historical monuments and world heritage sites. That is why it attracts more tourists. Life is easier in both cities, but social and natural environment is better in Dharan. My travel experiences have taught me about the important differences between the city and the village.
Write part of a newspaper article entitled “The Last 50 Years: has the quality of life improved?”
The Last 50 Years: has the quality of life improved? The quality of life in most countries has undoubtedly improved over the last 50 years. Our country Nepal has seen similar changes. And other changes will continue to take place in the future. We can see the changes in aspects like lifestyles and living standards.
Many factors are responsible for this improved quality of life: ease of transport, sources of electricity, sanitation and clean drinking water, public education etc. People’s lifestyles and living standards have improved because of the role of government, increasing level of income and awareness. Because of availability of clean drinking water and public sewage systems, cholera and other major diseases are found no more. There are similar results from clean air laws and limits on the discharge of dangerous pollutants.
Police and laws protecting people and their property have ensured internal security. Because of public education, maximum number of people are able to read and write. Public health care makes healthier people with longer lives. Food safety rules, vaccinations and other efforts by government have succeeded in saving many lives that used to be lost in the past. Much investment has been going on hydropower, and cheap and abundant electricity allowed for mass production lowers the cost of factory products.
New labour laws give children the right to education and health instead of working, keep wages stable and set standards so there is no discrimination in payment on the basis of gender and ethnicity. Based on the available opportunities, people are doing full and part time jobs. Many have been going to foreign countries to earn money for an easy and comfortable life.
More people have been engaged in business, transportation, communication, public administration and so on. Many people travel abroad. Mobile phones and motorbikes are now common. People spend more on food, clothes and entertainment. They have become more health-conscious and often visit doctors. They are concerned about keeping fit and do exercises. These activities are likely to continue in the coming years. More people will have mobiles and bikes. Villages are becoming towns and towns are growing into cities.
Write a letter of application for a job of your choice.
The Managing Director, Jhapa
Gorkha Department Store, Jhapa Date:…………………..
With reference to your advertisement in Purwanchal Daily of 10th Shrawan, I would like to apply for the post of Assistant Accountant in your supermarket. Please find my bio-data and photocopies of academic certificates and of citizenship attached with this application. I have done intermediate in Management from S.Higher Secondary School. Now I am doing Bachelor’s degree. I have also worked as an Assistant Accountant in Pathivara Shopping Complex in Shantipur for a year. There my duty was to keep records of purchases of the store and calculate the quantities of products to be ordered. I have always been interested in accounting. I would, therefore, appreciate the chance to work in your supermarket, contributing to its success at my best while developing my skills further. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Write a review for a newspaper of a recent film, play or book.
Review of Muna Madan
I like watching films and watch one each day. I also like reading and often read books. Recently I saw a film named “Muna Madan” based on episodic love poem of Laxmi Prasad Devkota. Because I had already read this book, I went to see its film version. The main character in this film is a couple Muna and Madan who struggle for life. Madan leaves his family and country because he wants to earn money for a better future of his family. He goes to Lhasa, a province in China. There he works hard and earns enough. Then he decides to return. But he falls ill on the way. His friends leave him.
Fortunately, a Sherpa, an inhabitant of Himalayan region, finds him and takes him to his house. He treats Madan, who recovers soon. While taking leave, Madan touches the man’s feet although he belongs to a higher caste. Here Madan utters the most famous line in Nepali literary works: a man becomes great not because of his caste but because of his noble heart. On receiving the news of his death, His wife and mother cannot bear this, and both die before he reaches home. The book ends as Madan sees no use of living without his beloved wife and mother. The film, like the book, has shown the reality of that time as Madan represents his poor fellow countrymen. But it is also relevant today because many Nepalese are going to foreign countries to earn money for the better future of the family.
Write how you, or someone you know, got a job that you, or s/he, wanted.
A friend of mine has got a teaching job at a government school. Since school days, her aim was to become a teacher. And she really wanted the job to support her poor family. She was qualified for the job in all respects. She had graduated with good grades, overcoming her family’s pressure to marry early. She had taught boarding school children to pay for her studies.
But in our country, politics sometimes deprives even qualified manpower from the jobs they deserve. She knew that it would not be that easy to get the job only by passing the written test. Therefore, she met the principal to request him to help her. The principal did what he could. He himself had taught her and knew how intelligent she was. She was the top of her batch. He himself wanted her to get the job.
First, he talked to the management committee and explained her qualification and qualities. She was dedicated, hard-working and intelligent. Moreover, being the eldest child in the family, she could handle and deal with children well. Her qualities pointed that it was in the interest of the school to appoint a teacher like her. Like other candidates competing for the job, she applied. In the written test, she came first. Then came the interview. She answered most of the questions. If the committee wished, it could pass any other candidate. But they had already been positive towards her. Thus, she passed and got the job.
The growing use of games in computer has diverted young people from real physical games. Discuss some pros and cons of computer-mediated games.
In this technology-driven 21st century, computers have become a part of our daily life. Young people, particularly students, spend their time by playing on the computer. Parents are worried that these soft-games are diverting their children’s mind. They are away from real physical games, and more importantly from studies. Playing computer games brings about positive effects such as critical thinking, easy learning and relaxation.
However, they also bring about certain physical problems. As with any technology, computer-mediated games have their own pros and cons. Among the positive effects of computer games, one is that they can be a powerful tool for study. They can be used in education. These games are very interesting for children because they use cartoons and animation. Therefore, children can learn new things easily in a funny way. With computer games, children just need to think as body is not involved. They require the players to think critically to win matches. Some of the games are very tough to win. It is good for the players because they learn how to think, plan ahead strategically and solve their problems. This helps to improve children’s imagination.
Secondly, mind gets relaxed by playing computer games. After working or studying for a long time, people need some kind of relaxation. While playing on the computer, other activities are also possible such as listening to music and chat with friends face to face or through websites.
Thirdly, computer games have become a socializing tool to build relationship between young people because they often discuss about how to win the games, which become their common opponent. Fourthly, computer games are better than physical games in some cases.
Nowadays real physical games are not as easy as they used to be. Modern games require a lot of skill and fierce competition. This requires money to buy the playthings. And there is a chance of getting physically hurt. Computer games make this possibility nil. And a lot of online games are now free. However, Computer games are no help in physical growth and fitness. Rather they might bring other types of health problems.
The virtual games on computer screen divert young people from real physical games. Children should play outside to be physically strong. While playing with computer, children stay at one place. Sitting and playing encourages the easy eating of junk food instead of exercise. This may cause health risks such as overweight. There is no doubt that watching computer screen for a long time is not good for the eyesight caused by the light from the computer screen. This may even damage the eyesight in the long-term because of the continuous exposure to radiation. This will affect other important activities such as studies.
Computer models get obsolete quickly. Computers have different CPU speeds, different size hard drives, etc. The game played well on one computer may not play well on another. Unless we upgrade the software, many new games may not run on the computer. This adds to the cost.
In conclusion, there are both advantages and disadvantages of computer games. However, if parents take proper action, those negative impacts can be avoided. For example, they can make some rules for their children, such as not allowing them to play computer games for a long time or letting them play only after they have finished their homework and academic tasks.