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Assertive Sentence Narration Change Worksheet (Direct Speech to Indirect Speech) The Greenhouse Effect – Carl Dennis | Class 12 Sonnet no. 73 That time of year thou mayst in me behold | Class 12 Hawk Roosting – Ted Hughes | Class 12 Down The Rabbit-Hole – Lewis Carrol | Class 12 Tara- Mahesh Dattani | Class 12 Our Casuarina Tree – Toru Dutt | Class 12 From A Room of One’s Own [SHAKESPEARE’S SISTER] – Virginia Woolf | Class 12 The Night Train at Deoli – Ruskin Bond (বঙ্গানুবাদ) | Class 12 Amarnath-Sister Nivedita MCQs and Answers | Class 11

Students are the makers of society. As young individuals, students have duties towards social change. By getting involved in social services, students can not only make a positive impact on their communities but also broaden their understanding of the world around them.
Whether it’s helping at a local homeless shelter or organizing a fundraiser for a charitable organization, students can use their knowledge and skills to contribute effectively. They can fight against illiteracy, harmful practices and superstitions, ignorance of health regulations etc.

By imparting their comprehension and academic abilities, students can help bridge the educational gap and ensure a brighter future for those in need. Furthermore, engagement in social service encourages students to develop a sense of responsibility. Such experiences prepare them for the challenges they may face in the future.

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