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Dear Readers,
In continuation with our efforts in helping you build up your descriptive examination skills for SSC CGL Descriptive Exam,we will be discussing essay writing today. We have chosen a very sensitive topic for today, Role of Computers in Everday Life’ so that you have an idea about how to frame the content for similar topics.
An essay should be divided in three paragraphs:
  • Introduction (around 40 words)
  • Body (around 160 words)
  • Conclusion (around 50 words)
For a better understanding, it is recommended that you open the earlier articles while reading this one.
The computers have not just compacted the world for us but also made work doable at the wink of our eyes. The fact that computers have made our lives easier can’t be denied.

The computer is the only resolute when it comes to any kind of work today. The machine has made it possible for us to stay in touch with most distant people. A student is dependent on the computer for even the minutest of work he does. The advent of computers has made it possible for people to work for employers even in different countries. Besides, shortening distances the computer has even made it possible to work at a rapid pace. There are softwares which have become an integral part of office work and reduced the pressure of work on man. Gone are the days, when people stood in long queues to get their bills paid or reservations made. The entire world has digitalized and the speed of work has skyrocketed. But the computers have made man lazy and absolutely ruled out the concept of outdoor life in everyone’s world. May it be a little kid who prefers playing on screen rather outside or be an adult who prefers chitchatting or video calling a friend instead meeting them in person.

While the electronic brain is still developing and inventions like computerised cars have come up, there is a lot that this machine is causing harm to. Like a coin with two faces, heads and tails the computer also carries with it pros and cons. It is our responsibility that we use it for our benefit and not degradation.
Important things to keep in mind:
  1. As discussed, the above sample has been divide into three paragraphs per the expected word count.
  2. First paragraph- Highlight the argument, begin with related quotes or stats
Second paragraph- Examples supporting argument, transitional words
Third paragraph- Persuasive conclusion
  1. Vocabulary of varying complexity to be used.
  2. Always draft a rough sketch of the points you wish to write so that you make a proper sequence and do not miss out on any important information.
  3. Read a lot so that you have sufficient stuff to write.
  4. For a sensitive topic like this, be mindful of the words you use.
  5. Since this topic is very vast in its context, do not go into details for such topics. It is advisable that you describe the issue in general terms.
  6. Do not express views which may hurt the reader.
 We are providing you content just for reference. You can always add your owninformation and make your content unique. A little increase or decrease in theword limit from our side will solely be for providing you more and more alternative styles of writing.
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