Television Watching

Television-watching is a wonderful source of delight. The youngsters and the aged alike find recreation at their own homes. When a man is tired of daily work, he retires to a room and starts listening to the television music, watching dances and adds to his knowledge by listening to the news and other commentaries. Thus, television watching gives both instruction and joy.

Television-programmes were introduced in India more than a decade ago. Therefore, the expansion of television net-work in India is yet to take place. Efforts are being ceaselessly made and much success has been achieved. The people watch this programme in the tele-clubs, which have become very popular these days. The children watch their lessons on their school television-sets and they understand these lessons very nicely.

Television-programmes have become very popular in schools. The best instructors may speak to thousands of students and thus teach the lesson in an interesting manner. The laboratory experiments are performed and the science students also usually benefit form such programmes. There are certain lessons. Sometimes, very uncommon things are shown to the students on the T.V which are not possible in the classrooms and they are managed on the T.T. and the students understand their lesson very easily. The television lessons give both instruction and enjoyment to the students. The students sometimes watch certain films based on educational themes very clearly on the television screen. Such films give instruction and entertainment both, at a stretch.

In India we find a large number of tele-clubs in big cities, where children and elders throng to watch the films.  

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