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The following is the information given in the form of a table. Write two paragraphs of about 70-80 words using the information given below.


Maharashtra
Karnataka
Area 
3,07,713 sq. km. 
1,91,791 sq. km.
Population
7,89,37,187
4,49,77,209
Capital
Mumbai
Bangalore
Language
Marathi
Kannada
Rivers
Godavari, Krishna, Bhima, Koyana
Tungabhadra, Kaveri
Crops
Jawar, Bajra, Sugarcane
Jawar, Tea, Rubber
Major Cities
Mumbai, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Nasik
Manglore, Hubli, Dharwad 

Ans. ABOUT MAHARASHTRA AND KARNATAKA

Maharashtra and Karnataka are neighbouring States. Area wise Maharashtra is Larger than Karnataka. 3, 07, 713 sq. m. and 1, 91, 791 sq. km are the area of Maharashtra and Karnataka respectively. Mumbai is the Capital of former and Bangalore is for latter. Marathi is the main language spoken in Maharashtra whereas Kannada is for Karnataka. Godavari, Krishna, Bhima and Koyana are the main rivers running in Maharashtra. In case of Karnataka it is Tungabuadra, Kaveri. Jawar, Bajra and Sugarcane are the main crops in Maharashtra and Jawar, Tea and Rubber are the main crops in Karnataka. Mumbai, Nagpur, Aurangabad and Nasik are some of the major cities in Maharashtra. Mangalore, Hubli and Dharwar are the major cities in Karnataka.



Write a paragraph comparing and contrasting the enrolment of girls and boys in a school from 1998 to 2002.
Year
Boys
Girls
1998
5000
4911
1999
5200
5099
2000
5100
5067
2001
5100
5190
2002
5320
5205

Ans. The given table represents the enrolment of girls and boys in a school from 1998 to 2002. In the year 1998 the number of enrolment of boys was more than that of girls. It consists of 5000 in boys and 4911 in case of girls. In 1999, The number of boys were increased about 200 as compared to previous year and in case of girls the total number of enrolment was 5099. In 2000, The number of boys decreased by 100 and it remains the same for the year 2001 also. It accounts for 5100. In case of girls, in 2000 it is 5067 and in 2001 it was 5190. In the last year 2002, number of both boys and girl increased. But the rate of increase in boys were more than that of girls. In that years, the total number of enrolment in boys and girls were 5320 and 5205 respectively.

Look at the following diagram and write at least three paragraphs on ‘Reasons for the failure of students’. Also write in brief the ways to improve their situations.



Ans. 

REASON FOR FAILURE OF STUDENTS IN EXAMINATION
The given diagram represents the reasons for the failure of students in studies. These include wasting too much time in playing games, lack of proper study habits. The main and the prime concern among small children is watching TV and incase of teenagers it is watching cinema or films. The students between the age of 16 to 22 mostly becomes the victim of bad company due to which their studies get affected. Now a days due to the influence of social media students do not have time to think about their future, it leads to low aims, without proper planning no one can reach the goal. If we don't know the destiny no way will lead us to there. Lack of proper guidance, proper environment and proper motivation also become the major part in distracting the study mind of the children.

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