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ISC Article Writing > Format, Types and Examples

An Article is a piece of writing usually intended for publication in a newspaper, magazine or journal. It may include amusing stories, reported speech and descriptions. It can be formal or informal, depending on the target readers. It is written in a less formal style than a report.

All Article : 

● Describes an experience, event, person or place.

● Presents an opinion or balanced argument.

● Compares and contrasts.

● Provides information.

● Offers suggestions or advice.

A good article should have the following: 

▶ An eye-catching title to attract the reader’s attention and suggest the theme of the article.

▶ An introduction which clearly defines the topic to be covered and keeps the readers’ interest intact.

▶ The main body of two to five paragraphs in which the topic is further developed in detail.

▶ The conclusion, summarising the topic or a final opinion, recommendation or comment.

 


ISC Article Writing Format : 

(Applicable for any type of article) 

Heading (Attractive heading

Body paragraph (Maximum 3 paragraphs

Conclusion 


ISC Article Writing Examples :


Population Explosion: A Grave Challenge 

The population bomb in India is constantly ticking, The growing population is the root cause of many socio-economic challenges faced by India. On the 2.4 per cent area of the world our country is already supporting a large 16 per cent of the world population. Having such a huge population is like a demographic crisis. Neither our geographical area not our limited resources can be made to expand by any means. Traditionally illiteracy and poverty had been the leading causes for population growth in India. Lack of awareness amongst people about the drawbacks of a huge family has led to a major increase in population. Cultural factors like preference for a male child and considering family planning a taboo have added to the population growth. Improved healthcare facilities have expanded lifespans and increased life expectancy, further adding to the problem.

Population growth has neutralised our economic growth to a great extent. At least one third of the growth in our GDP is rendered useless by rapid growth of population. Resources can only increase arithmetically whereas population grows geometrically. All our resources are under immense pressure due to this. Shortage of basic necessities like potable water indicate the strain on the carrying capacity of the Earth’s biosphere.

The growth of population at a high rate is leading to increased pollution, change in climate and reduction in the forest cover. It is a source of various social evils like Poverty unemployment and illiteracy. Development of infrastructure is unable to meet the pace of growth in population. At present,the population of our country is more of a burden than an asset. Family planning and planning for economic prosperity are the only alternative before us.

Population is the primary cause of many other problems and if the challenge of checking population growth is not met, all our plans for development will go haywire.


 

Dipendu Das

Dipendu Das

Author of Resonating Voices and Resounding Minds. A writer, poet, blogger and web developer. Administrator and Founder of ExamsTopper. Alumnus of Stepping Stone Model School, Alipurduar. Currently pursuing BA. LLB. (Hons.) at the prestigious NLU National University of Study and Research in Law (NUSRL), Ranchi. His work has been published in more than 21 nations around the globe.

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