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The dream of rain Sunday, June 06, 2021 10:05 AM

CE-2022: Essay practice
 
This thread is started for aspirants [B]appearing in CE-22[/B] to [B]share, assess, practice essays at one place[/B]. It will be helpful to be at one place rather than being all over.
Post your outlines, essays here!

kinzakhokher Monday, August 23, 2021 01:45 PM

Outline: Pros and Cons of Globalization
 
Please review my outline
Pros and Cons of Globalization
Outline
I. Introduction
II. Globalization – A natural process of connecting civilizations
III. Benefits accrued from Globalization
a. Accelerated Economic Growth Worldwide – The Economic Aspect
b. Fast, effective and developed means of communication – The Social Aspect
c. Intercultural Communication – The Cultural Aspect
d. International Organizations – The Legal Aspect
e. Global Cooperation – The Political Aspect
f. Enhanced Technological Advancement and Scientific Revolution – The Technological Aspect
IV. Challenges posed by Globalization
a. Uneven economic growth – Economic challenge
b. Social evils and disparities – Social Challenge
c. Compromised cyber security with an unsecure cyberspace promoting cybercrimes – Technological challenge
d. Political exploitation of underdeveloped countries at the hands of superpowers – Political challenge
e. Vulnerability to Global risks such as health, climate and environment related risks etc – Environmental challenge
f. Cultural homogeneity affecting unique cultural identities – Cultural challenge
V. Globalization itself offers solutions to the problems created by it
VI. Conclusion

Prosparynaa Monday, August 23, 2021 03:11 PM

Let's bring this thread to life.
Nice outline, Kinza.

The dream of rain Tuesday, August 24, 2021 02:47 PM

[QUOTE=kinzakhokher;1122750]Please review my outline
Pros and Cons of Globalization
Outline
I. Introduction
II. Globalization – A natural process of connecting civilizations
III. Benefits accrued from Globalization
a. Accelerated Economic Growth Worldwide – The Economic Aspect
b. Fast, effective and developed means of communication – The Social Aspect
c. Intercultural Communication – The Cultural Aspect
d. International Organizations – The Legal Aspect
e. Global Cooperation – The Political Aspect
f. Enhanced Technological Advancement and Scientific Revolution – The Technological Aspect
IV. Challenges posed by Globalization
a. Uneven economic growth – Economic challenge
b. Social evils and disparities – Social Challenge
c. Compromised cyber security with an unsecure cyberspace promoting cybercrimes – Technological challenge
d. Political exploitation of underdeveloped countries at the hands of superpowers – Political challenge
e. Vulnerability to Global risks such as health, climate and environment related risks etc – Environmental challenge
f. Cultural homogeneity affecting unique cultural identities – Cultural challenge
V. Globalization itself offers solutions to the problems created by it
VI. Conclusion[/QUOTE]


Outline is good, just organization of arguments is disparate. Even challenges and benefits show 2 different orders followed. Health and environment challenges can be made two separate arguments for good. Add few more points as well.



[QUOTE=Prosparynaa;1122754]Let's bring this thread to life.[/QUOTE]

Sure, you all can!

kinzakhokher Tuesday, August 24, 2021 05:27 PM

This is the introduction of my essay. Please comment on this one too.
 
Pros and Cons of Globalization: Introduction
Apple, an American multinational technology company, launched its new “iPhone 12 series” in 2020. Within 7 months, it reached in the hands of more than a hundred million users. On the other hand, a novel coronavirus erupted in China in 2019 and soon reached every part of the world. With more than 200 million people infected, the coronavirus evolved from an epidemic into a pandemic within a short span of time. What caused this remarkable increase in iPhone’s sales and Coronavirus cases in such a short span of time? Indeed, it was the interconnectedness provided by globalization which has exhibited its merits and demerits over the time. Since globalization is a natural process and has continued to affect human life for ages, the profound impacts of this phenomenon over the human civilization can be observed clearly. It has integrated people in social, cultural, political, economic and technological domains. People are now socially more connected, culturally more tolerant, politically more aware, economically more progressed and technologically more advanced. Interpersonal communication, cultural understanding, political cooperation, international organizations, global economic boost and scientific revolution are some of the commendable achievements of globalization. However, all that glitters is not gold. Amid the rapid growth and overall progress, the dangerous repercussions of globalization were ignored which later manifested themselves. The globalized world is more vulnerable to socio-economic disparities, cyber security threats, political and cultural exploitation and climate and health-related risks because of its interconnectedness. Hence, Globalization is a rose which has benefited millions with its charm of social interaction, cultural harmony, economic development, global cooperation and technological boom but it comes with thorns of social inequalities, economic and political exploitation, cyber security threats, climate change and global health risks. The prospects are, however, far brighter than the repercussions.

Prosparynaa Wednesday, August 25, 2021 10:43 PM

Brains,like Hearts,Go Where They Are Appreciated.

[B]Outline[/B]

1.Introduction
1.1-Deciphering the statement: Brain drain
1.2-Relation between the brain and the heart and how both incline towards appreciation

2. Forms of Appreciation for the Brain
2.1- Monetary benefits
2.2-Verbal appreciation
2.3-Conducive friendly Environment
3. Defining the concept of "Brain drain"
4. Forms of Brain Drain
4.1- Geographic: Country to Country
4.2- Organizational: Organization to Organization
4.3- Occupational: Switch of fields
5. Causes of why Brains feel under appreciated
5.1-Work to Pay ratio not satisfactory
5.2-Pays not in line with job requirements
5.3-High skilled workers relatively low paid as per international standards
5.4-Lack of meritocracy discourages workers
5.5-Performance based promotions and incentives rare
6. A few examples of brain drain
6.1-Migration of high skilled workers from Pakistan to gulf states in search of better salaries
6.2- Human capital flight towards firms like Amazon which offer lucrative packages rather than smaller firms
6.3- The rapid increase in number of people moving from poorer cities/countries towards more urbanized counterparts
7- Case study: Pakistan and its fleeing educated population
7.1- Talent appreciation void
7.2-Research based organizations in the West promise more growth
7.3-Plight of highly professional degree holders including Engineers and MBAs
7.4-Organizations barely cover additional costs including health, insurance and transport
8- Repercussions of not Appreciating Brains
8.1- Expertise leaves with every individual brain lost
8.2- Exodus of potential talent
8.3- Economy harmed as each Professional represents surplus spending units of the region
9-Recommendations
10-Conclusion

KhanMomin Wednesday, August 25, 2021 11:06 PM

[QUOTE=Prosparynaa;1122846]Brains,like Hearts,Go Where They Are Appreciated.



[B]Outline[/B]



1.Introduction

1.1-Deciphering the statement: Brain drain

1.2-Relation between the brain and the heart and how both incline towards appreciation



2. Forms of Appreciation for the Brain

2.1- Monetary benefits

2.2-Verbal appreciation

2.3-Conducive friendly Environment

3. Defining the concept of "Brain drain"

4. Forms of Brain Drain

4.1- Geographic: Country to Country

4.2- Organizational: Organization to Organization

4.3- Occupational: Switch of fields

5. Causes of why Brains feel under appreciated

5.1-Work to Pay ratio not satisfactory

5.2-Pays not in line with job requirements

5.3-High skilled workers relatively low paid as per international standards

5.4-Lack of meritocracy discourages workers

5.5-Performance based promotions and incentives rare

6. A few examples of brain drain

6.1-Migration of high skilled workers from Pakistan to gulf states in search of better salaries

6.2- Human capital flight towards firms like Amazon which offer lucrative packages rather than smaller firms

6.3- The rapid increase in number of people moving from poorer cities/countries towards more urbanized counterparts

7- Case study: Pakistan and its fleeing educated population

7.1- Talent appreciation void

7.2-Research based organizations in the West promise more growth

7.3-Plight of highly professional degree holders including Engineers and MBAs

7.4-Organizations barely cover additional costs including health, insurance and transport

8- Repercussions of not Appreciating Brains

8.1- Expertise leaves with every individual brain lost

8.2- Exodus of potential talent

8.3- Economy harmed as each Professional represents surplus spending units of the region

9-Recommendations

10-Conclusion[/QUOTE]From where you are chosing topics ? For practice

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Prosparynaa Wednesday, August 25, 2021 11:29 PM

Previous essay papers.

The dream of rain Thursday, August 26, 2021 09:34 PM

[QUOTE=kinzakhokher;1122816]Pros and Cons of Globalization: Introduction
Apple, an American multinational technology company, launched its new “iPhone 12 series” in 2020. Within 7 months, it reached in the hands of more than a hundred million users. On the other hand, a novel coronavirus erupted in China in 2019 and soon reached every part of the world. With more than 200 million people infected, the coronavirus evolved from an epidemic into a pandemic within a short span of time. What caused this remarkable increase in iPhone’s sales and Coronavirus cases in such a short span of time? Indeed, it was the interconnectedness provided by globalization which has exhibited its merits and demerits over the time. Since globalization is a natural process and has continued to affect human life for ages, the profound impacts of this phenomenon over the human civilization can be observed clearly. It has integrated people in social, cultural, political, economic and technological domains. People are now socially more connected, culturally more tolerant, politically more aware, economically more progressed and technologically more advanced. Interpersonal communication, cultural understanding, political cooperation, international organizations, global economic boost and scientific revolution are some of the commendable achievements of globalization. However, all that glitters is not gold. Amid the rapid growth and overall progress, the dangerous repercussions of globalization were ignored which later manifested themselves. The globalized world is more vulnerable to socio-economic disparities, cyber security threats, political and cultural exploitation and climate and health-related risks because of its interconnectedness. Hence, Globalization is a rose which has benefited millions with its charm of social interaction, cultural harmony, economic development, global cooperation and technological boom but it comes with thorns of social inequalities, economic and political exploitation, cyber security threats, climate change and global health risks. The prospects are, however, far brighter than the repercussions.[/QUOTE]

Really good introduction, especially attention catcher and coherence.

keep practicing.

The dream of rain Thursday, August 26, 2021 09:51 PM

[QUOTE=Prosparynaa;1122846]Brains,like Hearts,Go Where They Are Appreciated.

[B]Outline[/B]

1.Introduction
1.1-Deciphering the statement: Brain drain
1.2-Relation between the brain and the heart and how both incline towards appreciation

2. Forms of Appreciation for the Brain
2.1- Monetary benefits
2.2-Verbal appreciation
2.3-Conducive friendly Environment
3. Defining the concept of "Brain drain"
4. Forms of Brain Drain
4.1- Geographic: Country to Country
4.2- Organizational: Organization to Organization
4.3- Occupational: Switch of fields
5. Causes of why Brains feel under appreciated
5.1-Work to Pay ratio not satisfactory
5.2-Pays not in line with job requirements
5.3-High skilled workers relatively low paid as per international standards
5.4-Lack of meritocracy discourages workers
5.5-Performance based promotions and incentives rare
6. A few examples of brain drain
6.1-Migration of high skilled workers from Pakistan to gulf states in search of better salaries
6.2- Human capital flight towards firms like Amazon which offer lucrative packages rather than smaller firms
6.3- The rapid increase in number of people moving from poorer cities/countries towards more urbanized counterparts
7- Case study: Pakistan and its fleeing educated population
7.1- Talent appreciation void
7.2-Research based organizations in the West promise more growth
7.3-Plight of highly professional degree holders including Engineers and MBAs
7.4-Organizations barely cover additional costs including health, insurance and transport
8- Repercussions of not Appreciating Brains
8.1- Expertise leaves with every individual brain lost
8.2- Exodus of potential talent
8.3- Economy harmed as each Professional represents surplus spending units of the region
9-Recommendations
10-Conclusion[/QUOTE]


first, give space between headings and subheadings so they can be read easily.

You could have added how brain feel appreciated and comparison of heart and mind appreciations. (To give it a bit of literary touch or not). Add some social, political and intellectual causes, most of the given are economic ones.

Hope it helps!


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