A village doctor Composition for class 6,7,8,9,10, ssc jac

A Village Doctor & A Village Fair Composition

A Village Doctor Composition A village doctor is an important person in the village. He is well-known to every man and woman in the village and is held in high respect. He gives medicine to the poor villagers. Normally a village doctor is not a qualified one. There are still some village doctors who work in the medical and acquire knowledge of medicine.

The daily life of a doctor: There is a dispensary at the home of a village doctor. There is a stock of medicine in one or two of his Almirahs. He has a chair and a table for his use and a bench for the patient to sit on. The patients come to his house early in the morning.

He does not take the help of a compounder. He prescribes the medicine for the waiting patients and gives them medicine. After the departure of his attending patients, he goes out to visit the house where he is called. He may have a bicycle to go to distant places. His fees are small and if the patient is poor, he prescribes to them without fees.

Responsibility of a village doctor: A village doctor takes special care of his patient. Sometimes, he keeps sitting for hours together by the side of his patients and makes careful study of the disease. In case of any serious disease he, sometimes, sits all night by his patient and applies for medicine. He is the best friend of the villagers.

Conclusion: The village doctor is simple in his habit. He is loved and respected by all. Not only the poor but also the well-to-do people treat him with politeness. Out popular Government had taken a step toward the development of the village doctor in the way of proper training.

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A Village Fair Composition 

A village fair is generally held once a year in a village. It brings joy to the rural people. Fancy goods for show and sale are imported here. Events of many amusements are arranged for attractions.

Occasion and gathering: A village fair is held either at the end of Pouch or the end of Chaitra. It usually sits in an open field or a river bank or under a large banyan tree. It lasts for two to three days or even for a week. It is a great attraction for children. People from all walks of life gather there to participate in the exhibition of goods of different kinds and tastes.

These are brought here for Sale and show. Attraction: There are many forms of amusement in a village fair, Jatra, and circus. Nagardola and puppet shoes are held there. Cinema parties show pictures to the people on a small camera. Circus and magic are the special attraction of the fair.

Children blow whistles, fly balloons, and buy fancy goods. They make sports in their joy and excitement. Gamblers assemble there to have a good chance. Arrangement of shops: In a fair, temporary shops are arranged in rows on an open place, clothes, dolls, toys, utensils, ribbons, whistles, cheap sweets,

and many other fancy goods are brought for sale by the small traders from far and near, local potters, carpenters, weavers, blacksmiths, and artists present their hand made goods manifold colors for a good sale. Tea and sweets gave the greater sale.

Conclusion: A village fair brings charm to village life. It encourages rural arts and crafts. To the children, it is a great attraction.

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