HBSE Class 12 English Practice Papers Paragraphs & Reports: Previous Years’ & HBSE Practice Papers 2023-24

HBSE Class 12 English Practice Papers Paragraphs & Reports

HBSE Class 12 English Practice Papers Paragraphs and Reports will cover question no. 4 of the final question paper of class 12 English.

The following paragraphs and reports are expected to appear in the final examination 2023-24 in all boards.

HBSE Class 12 English Practice Papers Paragraphs & Reports

Report Writing Format

Title of the Report

Name of the Reporter

Name of the City where the Report is Issued:


Date: …………………..

Write down the summary of the report in a few sentences:

The Indian Mountaineering Association of Morni Hills organized a seven-day summer camp at Morni Hills for children………………

Introduction of the Report:

All students reached Morni hills on the tenth of June in the evening. This summer camp was an important component of our growth as citizens of the country………………..

Body of the report:

First Paragraph(Introduction)

We were offered a variety of activities such as mountaineering, trekking, rock climbing, living in unusual conditions, cooking instruction, and cultural activities………..

Second Paragraph(Details of the Report)

We were assigned to research the customs and traditions of several cultures. We were asked to present what we had learned to everyone at the end of the program………..

Conclusion of the Report:

This camp was a fantastic experience for all of us because we came away with so many useful skills and knowledge……………..

Template: Report Writing

HBSE Class 12 English Practice Papers Paragraphs & Reports

Example 1 Report Writing: Career Counselling

Question: You are Ankit/Ankita. You participated in a career counseling program organised by ‘Careers’. You had the opportunity of listening to professionals from various fields like food technology, Biometric Sciences, nanotechnology, media management, etc. Write a report on the program of about 150-200 words for ‘Employment Avenues.'(HBSE 2019, SET C)

Career Counselling Report

New Delhi

20th March 2020

“Careers” organised a career counseling program to help students understand the various fields. On March 20th, an eminent career counseling firm from Delhi visited our school’s auditorium to discuss various fields such as food technology, biometric sciences, nanotechnology, media management, and others.

The program was designed primarily for 12th-grade students. Initially, our school counselor discussed the values of various fields. The chief counselor of ‘Careers’ spoke to the students about various fields and inquired about their interests and choices in selecting subjects for class 12th. He detailed the future of various fields and subjects covered in college under various fields to the students.

He had one-on-one discussions with the students, and he attempted to understand and resolve their concerns. We were given two forms to fill out at the end of the program: a feedback form and our data forms. The forms were filled out by the students and turned in to the counselor. The session ended at 3 p.m. We discovered a lot about the various streams and their values. I thanked the guest for his helpful advice to the students.


Class 12th Science



Example 2 Report Writing: Cultural Exchange Programme

Exercise: You are Tapan/Tripti, a student of Modern Public School, Kalka. Students of two schools from Germany visited your school as a part of a cultural exchange program. Students of your school put up a cultural program to welcome them. Write a report on the program for your school magazine in 150-200 words(HBSE 2019, SET D)


Example 3 Report Writing: Teachers’ Day Celebration

Question: You are Rohit/Simran from G.S.S.S., Bhiwani Road, Rohtak. You took part in your school’s celebration of Teachers Day. Create an event report for your school magazine.

Report on Teacher’s Day Celebration

By Rohit, Tagore House

On September 5th, our school, G.S.S.S., Bhiwani Road, Rohtak, celebrated Teacher’s Day and honored the teachers with the help of students.

The school day began at 8 a.m., and after prayer, all of the students who had been appointed as teachers for teacher’s day went to their respective classes to teach. There were three levels of teachers: senior secondary, secondary, and primary. After two periods, the teacher’s day celebration began in the school auditorium. After collecting students’ feedback on teachers, the ranking among teachers was finalized. The first prize was awarded to a primary teacher, the second to a senior secondary teacher, and the third to a Math teacher.

The principal addressed the audience, emphasizing the importance of teachers in today’s society. Then there was a Haryanvi dance performance. The principal was followed by the District Education Officer, who spoke to the students about the teacher’s day. He distributed the prizes to various teachers. There was a refreshment party after the prize distribution.

It was a wonderful day when the students of the school announced the best teacher award.

Example 4 Report Writing: Accident

Question: Write a report in not more than 125 words on a road accident you witnessed on your way to school. Sign as Meena/Mahesh.(HBSE 2018, SET C)

By Meena/Mahesh
Last week, on my way to Chandigarh, I witnessed a shocking road accident involving a bus and a scooter.
The accident occurred near Panipat on Rohtak Chandigarh Road. A fully crowded roadways bus coming from the Chandigarh side attempted to overtake another bus and collided with a scooter. On the scooter were two people: a man and a woman, most likely a husband and wife.
The wife died on the spot, and the husband was rushed to the hospital in Panipat, where his condition was described as critical by sources. The scooter was completely damaged, which was a terrible sight to see. The majority of the bus’s passengers were also seriously injured and were taken to a nearby hospital. The bus driver was about to flee, but the crowd on the busy road reacted quickly and stopped him. The angry mob brutally beat him and handed him over to the local police.



Example 5 Report Writing: Cultural Week Celebration

Question: Write a report in not more than 125 words on the Cultural Week celebrated in your school. You are Shalini/Shekhar, Cultural Secretary of your school.(HBSE 2018 SET D)

A Report on Cultural Week

By Shalini/Shekhar

20th March, 2018

The D.A.V.School cultural week was held on March 20th, 2018 with great pomp and circumstance. The formal ceremony lasted four days. At 09:30 a.m., the Principal of the school began the ceremony, which was attended by all of the school’s teachers and students. On that day, the entire campus was festooned with festoons and placards. To commemorate the programme, a committee led by the Principal was formed.

Songs, music, debate, recitation, sports, procession, tree planting, and other activities were part of the cultural programme. The first day was all about songs and music. The competitions drew at least 40 students. There were different types of songs, such as folk songs, modern songs, band songs, and so on. The second day was dedicated to the drama competition. At least four different groups performed. The third day concentrated on debate, recitation, and sports. 

The first session of the final day featured a seminar on the “Future of English in India.” During the function, renowned educator XYZ read a paper. The programme was attended by students from all years and classes. The seminar was also attended by distinguished guests and guardians.

The prize-giving ceremony took place during the second session. The chief guest was the Deputy Commissioner of District Karnal. He gave a brief speech emphasising cultural activities in the realm of education. Then he distributed the prizes among the winners.

Finally, the Principal declared the week’s end with a vote of thanks. This cultural week was a fantastic celebration that enthralled everyone in the school.

Example 6 Report Writing: Historical Place Visit

Exercise: Write a report in not more than 125 words giving all the relevant details of your visit to a historical place. Sign in as Sheetal/Shyam of class XII( HBSE 2018 SET A)

Report on Visit to a Historical Place

By Sheetal/Shyam

Our school’s Education Society organised a trip to the Red Fort in Delhi last week. It was only a one-day trip. There were 80 students in total. We were all excited to see this monumental relic of India’s freedom struggle.

 We arrived at 10:30 a.m. The Red Fort is located in the heart of Delhi. For about 200 years,  the fort was the main residence of the Mughal emperors. In 1639, it was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan.

This massive walled citadel with red sandstone walls took around ten years to build. A trip to the Red Fort is not only educational but also cultural. This magnificent monument is a living example of rich Indian culture mingling with Mughal culture, which the Mughals brought to India with them.



Example 7 Report Writing: Independence Day/Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav

You are Neha of G.S.S.S., Bahadurgarh, Jhajjar. Your school celebrated Independence Day. Write a report on Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav/ Independence Day 2022.

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Report on Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav/Independence Day2022

By Neha, Class 12


August 15, 2022

Being a student of class 12, I am writing a report on Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav/Independence Day2022, which was celebrated in G.S.S.S., Bahadurgarh, and Jhajjar. Independence Day function. The school entrance was filled with national flags. Children at a primary school were holding national flags in their hands. The 75th Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav in India, with the theme “Nation First, Always First,” was celebrated with different programs. The Rangoli was created in tricolour by class 12 students. The Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav started at 9 A.M. with the flag hoisting by a girl who was highly qualified with excellent academic records. The National Anthem was sung at the time of the flag hoisting.

The Principal, Sh Suresh Kumar, gave a speech on Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav/Independence Day2022. He asked the students to celebrate Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav in their neighbourhood.

Then, the cultural programmes started with Saraswati Vandna by class 11 girls. After that, there was a speech on Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav in English by Payal, a student of class 12 (Commerce). Then, there was Ragni a teacher on patriotism, which explained the freedom movement of India. After that, the poster-making programmes on Independence Day started.

After cultural and other competitions, the prize distribution programmes started. The chief guest distributed the prizes for the different activities. In the end, sweets were distributed to all, which were organised by our Physical Education Teacher. Thus, the programme ended with flag hoisting by all the students and a song on national integration. The school commemorated the freedom fighters by raising the national flag on the whole campus. Finally, the Principal declared a holiday on August 16.





Example 8 Report Writing: International Yoga Day 2022

You are Mahesh of class 12. Your school celebrated International Yoga day 2022 on June 21. Write a report for the newspaper, ‘The Tribune’.

Report on International Yoga Day 2022.

By Mahesh, class 12.

June 21.

On June 21, the Govt. Model Sanskriti School in Dhakla observed International Yoga Day 2022. I had the opportunity to attend the school’s yoga day. The programme began at 8 a.m. with the National Anthem.

Sh. Daya Kishan, the principal, spoke to the students about the importance of Yoga for students. People believe that youth are free of stress, anxiety, and tension. That is not correct. The students spend the entire day sitting on the floor and at desks, under the stress of academic pressure. As a result, yoga can provide them with relief from all-day exhaustion while also significantly improving their academic performance. Yoga assists students in reducing stress and mental pressure. Yoga provides students with peace of mind if they practise it on a daily basis at home or at their institutions. Yoga improves students’ memory levels by increasing their attention levels in class, which in turn improves their academic performance.

Our Physical Education teacher instructed the students to be prepared for yoga. The yoga session began at 9 a.m. The programme was attended by all teachers and students. The students were having a good time with the programme. Villagers also attended the school and participated in yoga exercises. Fruit was distributed to the participants at the end. The students were greatly inspired by International Yoga.

4. Answer any one of the following questions in about 100 words. 5
(i) Write a paragraph on the topic ‘Discipline’.

(i) Discipline: Discipline is the cornerstone of a successful and harmonious life. It is not merely a set of rules but a way of life that instills order, responsibility, and self-control. In cultivating discipline, one develops the strength to resist distractions and stay focused on goals. Whether in academic pursuits, professional endeavors, or personal relationships, discipline acts as a guiding force, paving the way for efficiency and excellence. It shapes character, fosters a sense of accountability, and empowers individuals to navigate life’s challenges with resilience and grace.

(ii) Write a report for the annual function held in your school.

(ii) Annual Function Report: The annual function at our school was a spectacular event, radiating vibrancy and talent. From captivating cultural performances to academic achievements celebrated with pride, the evening was a culmination of months of hard work and dedication. The stage came alive with music, dance, and drama, showcasing the diverse talents of our students. Honoring academic excellence added a sense of accomplishment to the festivities. The event not only provided a platform for students to exhibit their skills but also fostered a sense of community and school spirit. It was a memorable occasion, creating lasting impressions for both participants and attendees.

4. Answer any one of the following questions in about 100 words. 5
(i) Write a paragraph on the topic ‘My favourite festival’.
(i) My Favorite Festival: My favorite festival is Diwali, the festival of lights, celebrated with immense joy and enthusiasm. It holds a special place in my heart as it brings together family and friends. The vibrant decorations, traditional sweets, and the mesmerizing glow of lamps create a magical atmosphere. The joy of bursting fireworks, exchanging gifts, and the sense of togetherness make Diwali truly special. Beyond its religious significance, it represents the triumph of light over darkness, a message that resonates universally. Every Diwali, my family comes together, and the festive spirit leaves lasting memories of warmth, laughter, and love.

(ii) Your state government has banned the use of plastic bags. Your are Amarjeet, a reporter of The
National Herald. Write a report in 100 words on how the ban is being ignored and what damage
the indiscriminate use of plastic bags in causing to the environment.

(ii) Plastic Ban Ignored and Environmental Damage


Despite the state government’s ban on plastic bags, a severe disregard for the environment is evident as many continue to use them rampantly. As a reporter for The National Herald, it’s disheartening to observe the flagrant ignorance of the ban. The indiscriminate use of plastic bags is causing significant environmental damage, contributing to pollution and endangering wildlife. The government’s initiative to curb plastic usage is essential for a sustainable future, and it is imperative that citizens actively participate to ensure the success of this crucial environmental measure.

4. Answer any one of the following questions in about 100 words. 5
(i) Write a paragraph on ‘Friendship’.

(i) Friendship: Friendship, a bond woven with threads of trust, understanding, and shared experiences, is a treasure in the journey of life. True friends stand as pillars of support, offering solace in times of need and celebrating joys together. The beauty of friendship lies in its unconditional nature, where differences are embraced, and genuine connections thrive. Through ups and downs, friends become an integral part of one’s narrative, leaving an indelible mark. The laughter, shared secrets, and unwavering support make friendship a priceless gift, enriching the tapestry of life with colors of companionship.
(ii) Government Senior Secondary School, Nuh, recently organised a science symposium on the
topic: ‘Effect of pollution on quality of life’. You are Amit/Amita Raazdan, editor of the
school magazine. Write a report on the event for your school magazine

(ii) Science Symposium on Pollution at Government Senior Secondary School, Nuh: In a commendable initiative, Government Senior Secondary School, Nuh, recently hosted a science symposium delving into the ‘Effect of Pollution on Quality of Life.’ The event witnessed enthusiastic participation from budding scientists and environmental enthusiasts. Various presentations highlighted the detrimental impact of pollution on health, ecosystems, and overall well-being. The symposium not only showcased the students’ scientific acumen but also raised awareness about the urgent need for environmental conservation. As the editor of the school magazine, I believe such initiatives are crucial for fostering a sense of responsibility towards our planet among the younger generation.

4. Answer any one of the following questions in about 100 words. 5
(i) Write a paragraph on ‘Importance of English Language’.

(i) Importance of English Language: English, often hailed as a global language, plays a pivotal role in today’s interconnected world. Its significance extends beyond being a means of communication; it is a gateway to vast knowledge, international opportunities, and cultural exchange. Proficiency in English opens doors to global job markets, facilitates academic pursuits, and fosters cross-cultural understanding. As a language of science, technology, and diplomacy, it empowers individuals to navigate the complexities of the modern age. Embracing the importance of English is not just about linguistic skills but about unlocking a world of possibilities and bridging diverse communities.

(ii) 5th June has been recognised as World Environment Day. Your school conducted various
activities to commemorate the day. Write a report as Karan/Karuna.

(ii) World Environment Day Report: On 5th June, our school actively participated in commemorating World Environment Day with a series of impactful activities. Students engaged in tree plantation drives, awareness campaigns, and eco-friendly initiatives to underline the importance of environmental conservation. Workshops and seminars were conducted to educate students about sustainable practices and the urgency of protecting our planet. The day served as a powerful reminder of our collective responsibility towards the environment. By fostering environmental consciousness, the school not only celebrated World Environment Day but also contributed to nurturing a generation committed to the well-being of our planet.


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