Category: Essays, Outlines

A name is to identify an individual and to communicate with that individual. The name serves as the very basis of one’s self-conception and understanding of self. Names Let
“Read: In the name of thy Lord Who createth, Createth man from a clot. Read: And thy Lord is the Most Bounteous, Who teacheth by the pen, Teacheth man
Hi! My I’m Khaula. My father name is Altaf. I’m here to write a few words about my first day at school. It was a cold winter. The weather
Nothing is permanent in nature. Those who are born are destined to be dead. Things that are formed are sure to get deformed and destroyed. The communities disappear with
1)- Introduction 2)- Meaning and background of the statement turn negatives into a positives embrace life with all its challenges look at the bright side of things 3)- Why
Topic: Myth and reality of human equality. 1)- Introduction Thesis statement: The popular notion of human equality is no more than a myth because of social, economic, administrative, and
Mitigating and adapting to climate change Impacts and Environmental degradation Outline: 1)- Introduction 2)- A birds-eye view of the climate change 3)- Mitigation steps (efforts to curb emissions) Decarbonization
Hard work is the key to excellence. Hard work pay-off. These sagacious phrases sound no more than a crammed lesson to many of us. As one grows up; one
Happiness is an inner quality. It comes from within. Great Physicist Albert Einstein scribbled two short autographed notes in 1992 (when he’s traveling for a lecture series) and handed
Human history is mired by a series of conflicts whether political or armed ones. Wherever there is life in this world, there is a conflict as well – the
Outline: 1)- Introduction 2)- Transition of wars from holy to modern – a brief insight 3)- Modern wars are not holy wars because they are; a)- fought for political
Are Modern Cities Fit For Human Living? 1)- Introduction 2)- A mere glance at modern cities 3)- Why modern Cities are unfit for human living? (thesis) A)- Inefficient urban
“When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on.” These words are associated with the late US President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Reaching the end
1)- Introduction 2)- Food crisis in Pakistan – A brief historical perspective A- Intermittent periods of drought B- Natural calamities and triggered food shortages C- prehistoric peasant agricultural system
“If wishes were horses, beggars would ride.” This Scottish proverb reveals that if wishes could make things happen then even the most destitute people would have everything they wanted.
The title phrase means that when you can’t have exactly what you want, you should be satisfied with whatever you are given. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the phrase
1)- Introduction 2)- A bird’s eye view of information technology  A)-  Information technology is all about; development of electronic equipment use of computing devices analysis and storage of data
1)- Introduction 2)- Education and its types Formal education informal education non-formal education 3)- Three tier system of education  Primary level education College level education University education 4)- What
1)- Introduction 2)- A brief historical background of the statement Statement given by Jean-Jacques Rousseau Magnum opus of his work “The Social Contract” emphasizes the man’s right to liberty
1)- Introduction 2)- A brief overview of the term – infodemic too much information false or misleading information 3)- What is a pandemic?  global epidemic   the disease affecting
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