Sunday, February 24, 2013

Application for HSC Exam

1. Write an application to the Principal to change an elective subject.

July 10, 2012
The Principal
X College
Dhaka

Subject : Prayer for changing elective subject.

Sir,
With due respect, I would like to lay before you the following facts for your kind consideration and necessary action.
I am student of class xi in your college. At the time of admission, I took Math’s/Civics/Computer Science as elective subject. But now the subject seems to be very difficult to me and I find little interest in it. I think I will not be able to do well in this subject. So I have decided to take Biology/Geography/Statistics in stead of Math’s/Civics/Computer Science
May I, therefore, pray and hope that you would be kind enough to allow me to change my elective subject.

Yours obediently
B
Roll-345, Section : B
Class;XI

2. Write an application to the Principal for the permission to arrange Freshers’ reception.

July 10, 2012
The Principal
X College
Dhaka

Subject : Prayer for permission to arrange Fresher’ reception.

Sir,
With due respect, we would like to lay before you the following facts for your kind consideration and necessary action.
The admission to the first year class of our college closed yesterday. The classes of new first year students will begin in a week. This is the tradition of our college to welcome the new students with a formal reception. We can arrange a cultural program with light refreshments for them. The program might cost 20000/-.
May we, therefore, pray and hope that you would be kind enough to give us permission to hold the program and sanction the required money.

Yours obediently
The students of class XII

3. Application about computer club.

15 July, 2012
The Principal
X college
Dhaka.

Subject: Prayer for a computer club.

Sir,
With due respect we beg to state that our college/school is a reputed college/school. But it is unfortunate that there is no computer club in our school. Present age is the age of computer. Without computer we can’t go a single day. Every student must know how to operate computer. Without knowledge of computer it is not possible to get good jobs. To make the students skilled in computer, we need a computer club in our school.
May we, therefore, pray and hope that you would be kind enough to grant our prayer and oblige thereby.

Yours obediently
The students of X College

1. Application about an English newspaper.

15 July, 2012
The Principal
X college
Dhaka.

Subject: Prayer for an English newspaper in the common room.

Sir,

With due respect we beg to state that our college/school is a reputed college/school. The students of our school are brilliant. But they do not have any opportunity to read English newspaper.  English is an international language. Without English we can’t go a single day. Every student must know English to cope with the present world. Without knowledge of English it is not possible to get good jobs. To make the students skilled in English, we need an English newspaper in our common room.
May we, therefore, pray and hope that you would be kind enough to grant our prayer and oblige thereby.

Yours obediently
The students of X College

2. Application for relief.

14 July, 2012
The UNO
Ruppur Upazila
Comilla

Subject :  Prayer for relief for the flood affected people.

Sir,

With due respect I beg to state that the recent flood has destroyed our village. People of the locality are suffering much. They have become homeless, foodless and cloth less. They have lost everything they had. They have taken shelter on the rail lines and the roofs of the local schools. The crops have been damaged. People have become completely helpless. They do not have pure drinking water. So they are suffering from various diseases. Now they badly need food, cloth, medicine and pure drinking water.
May I, therefore, pray and hope that you would be kind enough to take necessary steps to send relief materials as soon as possible.

Yours faithfully
B
On behalf of the inhabitants of Ruppur Upazila

3. Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper about arsenic problem.

July 30, 2012
The Editor
The Daily Star
Dhaka

Dear Sir,

I shall be highly obliged if you kindly publish the following letter in your esteemed daily.

Yours faithfully
B
Banani,Dhaka

Arsenic Pollution: A Silent Killer
Day by day arsenic problem is becoming acute in our country. Many people are becoming victims of this silent killer. Arsenic poisoning occurs when its intake crosses the tolerable limit. Maximum tolerable limit is 0.05 milligram per 1. Contamination leads to appearance of black spots on human skin, particularly palm and leads to hardening of toes. Intake of arsenic contaminated water over a long time harms livers, kidneys, lungs and the skin. The doctors say that there is no efficacious medicine to treat arsenic related diseases. Arsenic contamination is widespread inBangladesh. About half of our population is under the threat of arsenic pollution. According to UNICEF survey 22% tube wells of our country risk arsenic contamination. Arsenic contamination is maximum in the southern and northeastern part ofBangladesh. It is believed that vitamins A, C and E are effective for treatment of arsenic sis. Surface water in ponds and rivers and rainwater are free from arsenic. After boiling they can be taken. People of our country should be aware of this poison. The government should set up deep tube wells in the villages. The unsafe tube wells should be marked red and safe ones should be marked green.

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