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Question. Yesterday you went to Sunrise Hospital, Market Road, New Delhi taking with you victim of a hit and run accident. There were chaotic conditions in the casualty department. The injured was attended to after a lot of precious time had been lost. Write a letter of complaint in 120-150 words to the Medical Superintendent. You are Karan/Karuna, M-114, Mall Road, Delhi.
M-114, Mall Road
1 March, 20××
The Medical Superintendent
Subject: Chaotic Conditions in the Casualty Department of Sunrise Hospital
Yesterday, I went to Sunrise Hospital, Market Road, New Delhi, taking a victim of a hit and run accident. I am very much shocked to see the chaotic conditions in the hospital’s causality department. The injured person who was screaming with pain was attended very leisurely, resulting in loss of a lot of blood. The patient become unconscious. This happened only because of not attending to the patient in time. Hence, I request you to take strict action against the hospital authorities so that the same situation does not get repeated.
Question. Along with air and water pollution, our cities are also under an attack of noise pollution. Marriage processions, DJs during wedding receptions, loud music from neighborhood flats, etc. are all source of noise which is not good for the old, the ailing and students. Write a letter in 120-150 words to the editor of a local newspaper describing the problem and making a request to the concerned authorities to solve it. Your are Karan/Karuna, M-114, Mall Road, Delhi.
M-114, Mall Road
1 March 20××
Subject : Problems Due to Noise Pollution
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to draw the attention of the concerned authorities regarding the problems caused by noise pollution.
Ours is the quietest area in the city. However, for the past one year, noise pollution has snatched away peace and tranquillity from our lives. Loud speakers at marriage processions, DJs during wedding receptions, loud music from neighbourhood flats and the holy songs blasting at full volume during nights have become the biggest enemy of the restful sleep. The elderly, patients, students, etc. are the biggest sufferers of the noise.
Excessive noise affects both health and behaviour, causing hypertension, stress, loss of hearing, disturbed sleep, etc.
It also causes distraction for students, especially those preparing for exams.
I hope the concerned authorities will take prompt steps in this direction to ease the situation.
Question. You are Karan Kumar, Manager, Standard Book House, Fort Road, Kochi. You have received a letter of complaint from Principal, Sunrise Global School, Calicut. The books she had ordered were received late; number was less than ordered; and some books were in a damaged condition. Write a suitable reply to her letter in 120-150 words.
Standard Book House
13 March, 20××
Sunrise Global School
Subject : Reply to the Letter of Complaint
I am writing to you in reference to your complaint letter, regarding the delay in receiving the books, which you ordered. You also mentioned in your letter that some of the books you ordered were damaged and few others were missing from the consignment.
I regret the inconvenience caused to you and apologise for the same.
Some of the books mentioned in the booklist provided by you were out of stock or available in less quantity with us at the time we received your order. Although we sent for the books immediately, the books arrived late, hence the delay. Two of the books you required have gone for reprinting because of which they are unavailable at this moment. They will be sent to you once the new editions arrive. However, if your wish, you can cancel the pending order.
I accept the responsibility of the delay in delivery of the consignment and request you to return the books, which were damaged in the transition so that I am able to replace them at the earliest. I assure you that the delivery of books will be done without delay.
Thank you for doing business with us.
Question. On Teacher’s Day, you read in a newspaper that privately owned and managed schools in small towns or even in the suburbs of metropolitan cities exploit their teachers by paying them just a fraction of their authorised salaries. This affects their performance in the classroom and thus the lives of their students. Write a letter in 120-150 words to the editor of a national daily raising your voice against such exploitation. Suggest ways to solve this problem. You are Navtej/Navita, 112 Taj Road, Agra.
112, Taj Road
2 March, 20××
Subject: Exploitation of Teachers in Private Schools
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I would like to draw attention of the general public towards the exploitation of teachers by paying them less.
It is sad that the teachers in privately owned and managed schools in small towns and metropolitan suburbs are paid a fraction of their authorised salaries.
Teachers play an important role in shaping a child’s future. However, such a malpractice is seen to affect the performance of the teachers in the classroom. Most teachers take up other jobs and do not put in the requisite hours of teaching in the schools and sometimes pay less attention to the students. As a result students who are weak in studies join coaching classes, the extra cost of which is borne by the parents. Lesser pay, leads to frequent resignations and constant changes in the faculty. This, in turn, affects students’ performances and leads to an atmosphere of uncertainty in the schools, which is detrimental to the cause of education.
As a nation, which prides itself on revering its teachers, it must be noted that we cannot build a future for our students if we do not give due credit to our teachers. Therefore, I request your esteemed publication to take up this matter in order to investigate the issue further and mobilise the public towards calling for a complete overhaul in the education system of the country.
Question. You are the librarian of Amla Public School. You had placed an order for text books with Dhanpati & Sons. Since the books did not arrive on time, you have decided to cancel the order. Write a letter to the Manager, Dhanpati & Sons, Chennai, cancelling the order. (125-150 words).
Amla Public School
24, Copernicus Road
March 29, 20××
Dhanpati & Sons
Subject: Cancelling the Order for Books
This is to bring to your notice that I had placed an order for reference books for class XII for various subjects. As per your delivery policy, the books should have been delivered to us within seven days. I would like to inform you that it’s past the date of delivery. However, I have not yet received the books.
The new academic year has already begun. Since you have not supplied the books till date, students are unable to procure the same. This delay in supply of books has indeed adversely affected the studies of the students. As there has been an undue delay in the delivery of the books, I request you to cancel my order I placed with your book store. My order number is APS/××××/ CC12. Also, please refund the advance amount paid to you at the earliest. Kindly acknowledge receipt of this letter.
Question. You live in a crowded area in Mumbai. Unauthorised parking of vehicles in your area is causing a lot of inconvenience to the locals. Write a letter to the Police Commissioner of the district complaining against this practice. You are Rohan/Rohini of Sakinaka, Mumbai.
1 March, 20××
The Police Commissioner
Subject: Unauthorised Parking of Vehicles
On behalf of the residents of Sakinaka, I wish to draw your attention towards the unauthorised parking of vehicles in our crowded area which is causing a lot of inconvenience to the locals. The people don’t bother to park their vehicles at proper parking zone. Sometimes they park their vehicles in such a way that the pedestrians face difficulty in walking along the road. Whenever a passerby complains about this inconvenience, they rebuke with aggression. Sometimes they even start to fight.
We humbly request you to look into the matter at the earliest. Kindly make proper arrangements for policemen in the area or set up a police booth to prevent unauthorised parking. It has become a nuisance for the residents.
We look forward for favourable consideration from you soon. Thank you
Question. The youth of the country are very vigilant these days and feel concerned about the problems being faced by the people. Write a letter to the editor of a national daily urging him to highlight the role of the youth in eradicating the problems of poverty, unemployment and corruption. You are Rani/Rohit, 15, Gulbarga Society, Surat.
15, Gulbarga Society
16 July, 20×× The Editor
The Times of India
BahadurShah Zafar Marg
Subject : Role of Youth in Eradicating Social Problems
Through the columns of your esteemed daily, I would like to draw the attention of the youth towards the problems of poverty, unemployment and corruption, which are constantly gnawing at the roots of our country. It is because of them that our country is still considered a developing country and not a developed one. The youth too has a role to play in the country’s development process. Therefore, the youth must participate in the eradication of such problems.
The youth of today has a broader outlook regarding issues concerning them and their country than their previous generations. The young adults are passionate, enthusiastic and quick at expressing their opinion about what pleases or displeases them.
Their active participation in protests, demonstrations, candle light marches, etc. to fight injustice or for any social cause has been tremendous in the recent past. However, the youth has the potential to do more.
The youth is the hope of the nation. Therefore, they should come forward and shoulder more responsibilities. They must raise their voice against corruption and raise awareness whenever it seems necessary. The youth today is a ‘start up’ generation. Hence, they should encourage self- employment amongst the less-privileged so that the latter can earn their own living.
If the youth really commits to the eradication of the problems of poverty, unemployment and corruption, they can strive ahead and bring an economic revolution in the country. Hence, I request the young adults to play their role, take the responsibility in bringing a change in the system so that others are inspired. Only the collaborative effort of every citizen of India can lead our country towards prosperity.
Question. Recently you travelled from Bangalore city to Vasco in Vasco Express. To your dismay, you found that the coach was infested with cockroaches. Write a letter to the Editor, ‘The Hindu’ drawing the attention of the General Manager, Southern Railways, to the prevailing unhygienic conditions and asking for remedial action. You are Saroj/Saran, 5/31 Bangalore Cantt., Bangalore.
5/31, Bangalore Cantt.
4 March, 20××
Subject: Unhygienic Condition of Railways
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I would like to draw the attention of the General Manager, Southern Railways, to the prevailing unhygienic conditions of the Southern Railways.
I regret to inform you that recently, during my travel to Vasco in Vasco Express, I came across extremely unhygienic conditions inside the train. The coaches were infested with cockroaches. As we all know, cockroaches carry bacteria that is harmful for humans as they contaminate the food. Small children fear such insects, due to which people suffer much inconvenience during their journeys.
Cockroach infested coaches is just one of the issues of concern. A co-passenger of mine found an insect in his food tray provided by the railway pantry. Apart from this, the toilets in the train were extremely dirty as well.
I would request the authorities to look into the matter at the earliest and put stricter rules in place. They must ensure the use of insecticides at regular intervals so as to maintain proper hygiene levels in the trains. Also, proper cleanliness and hygiene practices will reduce the risk of further infestation.
Question. Write a letter to the Municipal Chairman of New Town, North Arcot District about the dilapidated condition of a public monument requesting him to take urgent steps for the preservation of this valuable heritage. You are Anarkali/Akbar, 10, Pudupet, New Town.
2 March, 20xx
The Municipal Chairman
North Arcot District
Subject: Dilapidated Condition of the Public Monuments
With due respect, I wish to draw your attention towards the nasty condition in which the public monuments remain today. The condition is especially worse in our town. Even though most of them have a lot of significance yet, the authorities fail to maintain them properly.
Our town has beautiful monuments, which we take great pride in. They tell the glory of the past and attract a lot of visitors every day. However, they are dilapidated and require immediate attention. Some of these monuments are valuable heritage. But it is a matter of great concern that maintenance-wise they are completely ignored. Moreover monuments lacking proper care are an eye sore and leave a bad impression on tourists. I request you to look into the matter and take urgent steps for the preservation of these monuments.
Looking forward to betterment of public monuments.
Question. As Store Incharge of Goodwill Public School, 47, M.G. Marg, Allahabad, write a letter complaining about the poor quality of biscuits in the latest consignment received from M/s. Mangla Confectioners, Allahabad seeking immediate replacement.
Goodwill Public School,
47, M.G. Marg
22 March, 20××
M/s. Mangla Confectioners
Subject: Poor Quality of Biscuits
This is to inform you that our school has been your regular customer for the past 3 years. The biscuits, which we give to our children as a part of their mid-day meal come from your confectionery. Therefore, it came as a big shock for us that the quality of the biscuits sent by you in the latest consignment were extremely bad. The biscuits were not at all fresh and tasted bad. Some of them were badly crushed and few of the packets had bite marks made, probably, by rats.
This has been an extremely bad experience. We are responsible for our students’ health and expect you to feel responsible in the same manner. Such poor quality biscuits can cause adverse health problems in them. Thus, I would like you to kindly replace the whole consignment immediately. I hope you will look into the matter at the earliest and would not give us any scope of complaint in future.
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