GT Essay- 4th June

Posted on June 8, 2016 8:14 am by Leave your thoughts

WT2- (General Training) 4th June, 2016

Some people believe that cities are not the right place for the growth of the children rather they should live in villages.

Do you agree or disagree?

It is the exigency of the time to provide the best upbringing to the children to make them much sought after individuals in the society in later years of life. It is opined by some that the rural sprawls are more conducive than urban for the growth. I, however, have a note of dissent against this opinion. This essay will throw light on my view points.

The first and foremost reason is the multi-cultural environment provided by city life. People of various ethnic groups form a community where young boys and girls learn to respect other religions and their ideologies. Besides this, festivals are celebrated together. The children develop patience and tolerance for others and this will eventually help to control the xenophobia on this planet.

Additionally, the presence of various information centres in towns and cities broaden the vision of toddlers. The visit to museums, art galleries and various fairs enhance the knowledge of children. By living in cities, parents can take their children to such places without wasting much of their time from their busy schedules. Thus the city life adds a lot in to the information children have.

A further reason is the availability of world class education, in proximity, enables the young boys and girls to have a quick and hassle free access to the educational destinations. The schools, colleges and universities found in propinquity make commuting easy. This saves time and energy which can be utilised in concentrating on academics.

Last but not least, the medical facilities can be availed, in no time, in case of emergency. The children are more prone to flu, infectious diseases and seasonal fever because of their propensity of not taking care of hygiene in schools and playgrounds. Whereas, it might be difficult, in an urgency, to visit cities from villages, in the dearth of resources to seek medical assistance.

To conclude, I assert that urban areas have more to offer to the growing minds and bodies. The local governments and people need to join hands together to provide more suitable environment, in cities, for the overall development of the children.

 

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GT Essay- 4th June

Posted on June 8, 2016 8:14 am by Leave your thoughts

WT2- (General Training) 4th June, 2016

Some people believe that cities are not the right place for the growth of the children rather they should live in villages.

Do you agree or disagree?

It is the exigency of the time to provide the best upbringing to the children to make them much sought after individuals in the society in later years of life. It is opined by some that the rural sprawls are more conducive than urban for the growth. I, however, have a note of dissent against this opinion. This essay will throw light on my view points.

The first and foremost reason is the multi-cultural environment provided by city life. People of various ethnic groups form a community where young boys and girls learn to respect other religions and their ideologies. Besides this, festivals are celebrated together. The children develop patience and tolerance for others and this will eventually help to control the xenophobia on this planet.

Additionally, the presence of various information centres in towns and cities broaden the vision of toddlers. The visit to museums, art galleries and various fairs enhance the knowledge of children. By living in cities, parents can take their children to such places without wasting much of their time from their busy schedules. Thus the city life adds a lot in to the information children have.

A further reason is the availability of world class education, in proximity, enables the young boys and girls to have a quick and hassle free access to the educational destinations. The schools, colleges and universities found in propinquity make commuting easy. This saves time and energy which can be utilised in concentrating on academics.

Last but not least, the medical facilities can be availed, in no time, in case of emergency. The children are more prone to flu, infectious diseases and seasonal fever because of their propensity of not taking care of hygiene in schools and playgrounds. Whereas, it might be difficult, in an urgency, to visit cities from villages, in the dearth of resources to seek medical assistance.

To conclude, I assert that urban areas have more to offer to the growing minds and bodies. The local governments and people need to join hands together to provide more suitable environment, in cities, for the overall development of the children.

 

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This post was written by Mind Maker

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