The earth is called the Blue Planet, and for reasons known well to all of us. About 97% of the earth is made of water, and yet the scarcity of water available for use to man is nerve-chilling. ‘Water, water everywhere, not a drop to drink,’ the words resound particularly true.
The scarcity of water faced by people these days is frightful. Not just cities and towns, this scarcity of water has penetrated even villages where lakes and rivers are drying up. The cause of this scarcity is global warming which has led to irregularities in rainfall and snowfall, and depletion of underground water resources. It is estimated that by 2020, several Indian cities like Delhi and Bengaluru will have lost their groundwater recharge completely.
The problem is serious. More and more villages are losing access to clean drinking water, and people are being forced to purchase water at increasing rates by the day. It is not like this problem has no solution at all, though. India is blessed with rainfall in several regions, which can be harvested to meet our needs. Besides conserving water, its wastage needs to be reduced as well, by alternatives such as buckets to showers and using recycled water for gardening, flushing and so on. Unless and until proper steps are taken to control this, the problem of water scarcity can take an enormous shape.
Good morning my dear students and teachers. As a part of this institution, I have seen several students come, learn, grow and leave this school to be part of the big wide world outside. this institution has always helped them amass the knowledge and skills required by them to grow into successful and independent individuals.
In the recent times, however, I have seen students, especially from senior classes, become highly irregular when it comes to attending school. It is known to me that these students prefer taking coaching classes outside to the valuable guidance offered within the school premises. This is not just a burden on their parents’ pockets, but as I believe, also cumbersome for students to handle such pressures of both the school and these classes.
I urge my students to stop practising this habit and instead start attending school more religiously and dedicatedly. You can come up with any suggestions that you feel are necessary on the part of the otherwise eminent teacher’s panel. It is ultimately you that this school wishes to serve, and be a part of your growth and development. Wishing you all the success in your life ahead, let’s start this new day with a warm thought as this.
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