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Descriptive Writing : Precis Writing For NICL AO Set 2

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Dear Aspirants,

As you all know that NICL AO mains exam is near.One of the most important part of these Exams is Descriptive Writing Exam that test Your writing skills, here we are providing you PRECIS WRITING Which can be asked in the NICL AO Exams.


Morals and manners, which give colour to life are of much greater importance than laws, which are but their manifestations. The law touches us here and there, but manners are about us everywhere, pervading society like the air we breathe. Good manners as we call them are neither more nor less than good behaviour; consisting of courtesy and kindness, benevolence being the preponderating element in all kinds of mutually beneficial and pleasant intercourse amongst human beings. “Civility,” said lang Montague, loses nothing and buys everything. The cheapest of all things is kindness its exercise requiring the least possible trouble and self – sacrifice. “Win – hearts”, said Burleigh to Queen Elizabeth, “and you have all men’s hearts and purses”. If we would only let nature act kindly, free from affection and artifice, the results on the social good humor and happiness would be incalculable. The little courtesies which from the small change of life, may separately appear of little intrinsic value, but they acquire their importance from repetition and accumulation. They are like the spare minutes or the great a day, which proverbially produce such momentous results in the course of twelve month or in a lifetime.

Precis: The importance of Good Manners and Morals

Manners and Morals are more important than laws. The latter affects us but rarely which former govern the whole of our social life. The basic elements of good behaviour are courtesy, kindness and benevolence, things which cost nothing but which pay us a lot. The little natural acts of kindness though they may be apparently insignificant build our real success and happiness.