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Health

There is no doubt that health is wealth. A wealthy man with poor health cannot enjoy his life. All his wealth is useless for him. Money cannot buy health and happiness. On the other hand, a poor man with good health can enjoy life. A rich man with poor health cannot enjoy a sound sleep. He cannot enjoy good food. He spends his life under many precautions and preventions; On the other hand, a poor but healthy man lives a better life. He can work hard and enjoys a sound sleep. He does not spend sleepless and restless nights. He can eat whatever he wishes. Thus, a poor but healthy man can live a better life than a rich but sick man.


Education

Better education is very necessary for all to go ahead in the life and get success. It develops confidence and helps building personality of a person. School education plays a great role in everyone’s life. The whole education has been divided into three divisions such as the primary education, secondary education and Higher Secondary education. All the divisions of education have their own importance and benefits. Primary education prepares the base which helps throughout the life, secondary education prepares the path for further study and higher secondary education prepares the ultimate path of the future and whole life. Our good or bad education decides that which type of person we would in the future.


Law

Human rights are those rights which are fundamental for living and for normal human existence. They are based on the concept that every man and woman, irrespective of caste, creed, colour, race and nationality is born with certain fundamental rights such as, right to live, speech, freedom, justice, etc. In order, that these basic rights are maintained and adhered to by the nations of the world, United Nations Organisation adopted a Charter of human rights soon after its formation. These are rights to live, liberty and security of person, right to freedom of speech, judicial remedy, freedom of movement, right to take part in the governance of one’s country, etc. The second types of rights are economic and social rights. These are the right to work, right to education, equal pay for equal work, right to equality,