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Precis writing solved exercise with Title “Use and Abuse of Sports” for Class 10, 12 and Competitive Examination.

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Precis exercise on “Use and Abuse of Sports” Like every other instrument that man has invented, sport can be used cither for good or for evil purposes. Used well, it can teach endurance and courage, a sense of fair play and respect for rules, coordinate effort and the subordination of personal interests to those of the group. Used badly, it can encourage personal vanity and intolerant esprit de corps. In either...
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Precis writing solved exercise with Title “The Influence and Greatness of Gandhi Ji” for Class 10, 12 and Competitive Examination.

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Precis exercise on “The Influence and Greatness of Gandhi Ji” Whether in the long run Gandhi’s gospel of ahimsa-love and peace will triumph is a different matter. Gandhi’s attitudes were too spiritual to be generally adopted in India or in any other country. Even under Nehru, India championed ‘neutralism’ between the West and the Communist East but hardly ‘nonviolence’ in a Gandhian sense. She welcomed foreign capital and pursued Five Year...
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Precis writing solved exercise with Title “The Aim of Education” for Class 10, 12 and Competitive Examination.

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Precis exercise on “The Aim of Education” Education ought to teach us how to be in love always and what to be in love with. The great things of history have been done by the great lovers, saints, men of science and arts, and the problem of civilization is to give every man a chance of being a saint, a man of science or an artist. But this problem cannot be...
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Precis writing solved exercise with Title “False Sense of Superiority” for Class 10, 12 and Competitive Examination.

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Precis exercise on “False Sense of Superiority” Almost every country in the world believes that it has some special dispensation from Providence, that it is of the chosen people or race and that others, whether they are good or bad, are somewhat inferior creatures. It is extraordinary how this kind of feeling persists in all nations of the East as well as of the West without exception. The nations of the...
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Precis writing solved exercise with Title “The Duty of an Artist” for Class 10, 12 and Competitive Examination.

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Precis exercise on “The Duty of an Artist” On the duty of the artist in the coming years, much has been said, indeed, rather too much. He is always being preached at and being told that he ought to preach. Naturally, he will be interested in his surroundings and want to comment on them, he will express the feelings of his people and reflect their attitude and he will, if generous-minded,...
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Precis writing solved exercise with Title “Gandhiji and Nehru on Religion” for Class 10, 12 and Competitive Examination.

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Precis exercise on “Gandhiji and Nehru on Religion” Gandhi’s secularism meant something totally different from irreligion. He regarded all religions as true and could say with complete sincerity, ‘My veneration for other faiths is the same as for my own.’ Nehru’s views cannot be identified with Gandhi. He had little patience with religion in the communal manifestation or what he called ‘organized religion.’ He wrote in his Autobiography: The spectacle of...
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Precis writing solved exercise with Title “Ashoka, the Great” for Class 10, 12 and Competitive Examination.

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Precis exercise on “Ashoka, the Great” Ashoka seems to have ruled his vast empire in peace and with great ability. He was no mere religious fanatic. But in the year of his one and only war, he joined the Buddhist community as a layman, and some years later became a full member of the Order and devoted himself to the attainment of Nirvana by the Eightfold Path. Right, Aspiration, Right Effort,...
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Precis writing solved exercise with Title “Place of a Scientist in Modern Society” for Class 10, 12 and Competitive Examination.

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Precis exercise on “Place of a Scientist in Modern Society” That science has become one of the most powerful factors in modern life is a generally accepted and indeed obvious fact. The proper role of the scientist himself is, however, a point on which there is no general agreement. On the one hand are those diehards who, ignoring the changed circumstances of the outside world, contend that, outside the laboratory, the...
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