MP Board Class 10th General English Speech Writing Important Questions
Write a short speech to be delivered on: (M.P. 2012)
1. Gandhi Jayanti
2. Bal Divas
3. Republic Day.
Honourable Principal sir, respected teachers and my dear friends, today is a red letter day in the history of India. This is the day on which in the year 1869 our beloved Bapu, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born. On this auspicious day India was blessed by a gem in the form of a human being. We thank God for this gift. Mahatma Gandhi’s life is the life of a saint. Much is said, of Mahatmaji. There is no sense in repeating the same here.
We must thank him from the bottom of our heart for the great sacrifices made by him but the real way of expressing our gratitude towards him is to walk on the path shown by him. The path shown by him seems hard but is yet convenient. His ideas are still popular. The success of a popular movie based on the implementation of his ideas in recent times shows that his views still have mass appeal and we too are fond of them and like them but we are afraid to walk on it because we severely lack the inner strength needed to do so.
Today I exhort all of you to be courageous and determined to be a true follower of Gandhi. Then only we would be able to create the India and Indians of his dreams and be worthy of celebrating his Jayanti.
Bal Divas. (Imp)
Respected Principal sir, teachers and my dear friends, today we have gathered here to celebrate the Bal Divas that is the children’s day. Every year, we celebrate this on 14th November. That day happens to be the birthday of our beloved former Prime minister late Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Pandit Nehru loved the children very much and had faith on children that they will create a better India in coming years. Because of his great love for children, his birthday is celebrated as Bal Divas.
Various functions are organized all over the country. Today, I take this opportunity to call all my fellow children to come and take pledge that we will strive.to make the India of Nehru’s dream and will not stop till the perfection is achieved in this regard. We will make India free of corruption that has plagued its progress. We will see that every criminal is brought to justice and is given the most severe punishment available for him so that he should never dare to commit a crime again.
We should not take rest until proper harmony is established among different communities living in India. We must work harder to make the life of our people happier. My dear friends, if we are able to achieve all these targets, we would be able to bring the dream of our beloved Chacha Nehru to reality. This will be our real tribute to him.
Respected chief guest, honourable principal sir, respected teachers, parents and my dear brothers and sisters. Today, we have gathered here to celebrate the most pious day of Indian history. After a long and continuous waiting India got the power to rule herself according to her needs.
Our freedom fighters and national leaders prepared the constitution to rule the counhy and this constitution was implemented on 26th of January 1950. After the implementation of the constitution our country became a Republic. So, 26th of January became a festive day as the Republic Day. Hence, we celebrate this day every year in this form.
Republic means a nation whose head is elected by the people of the country. In our country we are lucky that we participate in the system of government, through voting system. Our government works for the welfare of the people. We feel very happy to celebrate this day every year. On this day, we pay our tribute to those of our martyrs who brought independence to us and provided this opportunity to us.
We love our country very much. Friends, this day and these celebrations remind us of the sacrifices made by our forefathers. Today, we should take an oath that we will become ideal citizens and serve our country with all our ability. Ours is a great country and we feel proud to be Indians.