Rules of Flow chart

Rules of Flow Chart

  1. At first give a title.
  2. Use 6 (six) rectangular/square boxes including the given box.
  3. Boxes can be horizontal or vertical.
  4. Use arrow sign between two boxes.
  5. Use numeric letters serially in each box.
  6. Start points with capital letters.
  7. Start points according to the given box in the question. For example:
Rules Examples
a.       Verb + ing + noun/noun phrase Enlightening the individual, Broadening our outlook,  Ennobling our mind,  Refining our sensibility,  Learning about a society’s culture
b.       By + verb + ing + noun/noun phrase By increasing popularity of band and pop music, By traveling by the British, By using language and music, By using the tools and objects
c.       For + verb + ing + noun/noun Phrase For having a glorious past, For discharging tannery wastes, For discharging medical wastes, For discharging hospital wastes, For discharging household wastes, For encroaching of the river
d.       To + verb + noun/noun phrase To tame wild animals, To ride on a Tiger, To defeat a crocodile, To protect  from wild animals, To hold a snake in his hand, To help people cultivate land
e.       Noun + of + noun Phrase Loss of popularity of entertainment, Source of entertainment, Medium of distance education, Instrument of information, Creation of cultural assault
f.        Noun/noun Phrase Honesty, Integrity, Courage, Responsibility, Graciousness, Gratefulness
g.       Verb + Others Born in 1929, Given a diary in 1942, Spent from 1942 to 1944 in hiding, Wrote diary, Died in 1945, Published the diary in 1947
h.      Adverbial/preposition + noun/noun phrase By proper planning, For higher education
  1. Maintain order.
  2. Writing points precisely avoiding article, adverb etc.
  3. Avoid punctuation at last of each point.

 Example

A

Diasporas of the world and their causes

  1. Diasporasoccurring either under coercion or on people s desire to leave
  2. Manydiasporasoccurring inthe world
  3. One of the great diasporas being that of the Jewish people
  4. Jewishpeopleforcibly leaving their countr
  5. Another noteworthydiaspora being that of Aryans
  6. Ravages of nature being another reason of diasporas

 

B

Some important Diasporas and their causes

  1. Diaspora of Jewish people.
  2. Many incidents of diasporas occurring in the world.
  3. The causes of Aryan diaspora being nuclear.
  4. Massive diaspora happening in Africa.
  5. Another noteworthy diaspora being that of Aryan.
  6. Globalization being one of the chief reasons of diaspora

 

C

Major diasporas in the past

  1. Jews forced to leave their land in ancient time.
  2. A noteworthy movement of Aryans from central Europe to the Indian subcontinent thousands of years.
  3. The Palestinian diaspora causing great plight in twentieth century.
  4. African diaspora because of war.
  5. African diaspora owing to the ravages of nature.
  6. Bangladeshi diaspora in 1971 owing to war.

 

D

Causes and aspects of conflict

  1. Disagreement among parties or individuals fueling conflict.
  2. Opposition among parties or individuals fueling conflict.
  3. An attempt to reach an objective different from that of the other party giving rise to conflict.
  4. The elements of conflict having varied sets of principles and values.
  5. Conflict pertaining to opposing ideas and actions of different entities.
  6. Conflict leading to antagonistic state.

 

E

Characteristics of conflict

  1. A disagreement
  2. Opposition among parties or individuals fueling conflict.
  3. An attempt to reach an objective different from that of the other party giving right to Conflict.
  4. The element of conflict having varied sets of principles and values.
  5. Conflict pertaining to opposing ideas and actions of different entities.
  6. Conflict leading to antagonistic states.

 

F

Advantages and disadvantages of conflict

  1. Described as disagreement.
  2. Opposition among parties or individuals fueling conflict.
  3. An attempt to reach an objective different from that of the other party giving rise conflict.
  4. The elements of conflicts having varied sets of principles and values.
  5. Conflict pertaining to opposing ideas and actions of different entities.
  6. Conflict being an opportunity for learning and understanding our differences.

 

G

Special aspect of a craftwork

  1. A practical from of art.
  2. The product of a society and culture.
  3. Representing the all embracing nature of folk imagination.
  4. Reflecting the community aesthetics, values and beliefs.
  5. Reflecting the culture ambition of the community.
  6. Greatly enticing and attractive.

 

H

Factors that influence craftwork

  1. Individual creativity.
  2. Community aesthetics.
  3. Utility functions.
  4. Human values.
  5. Distraction by the makers desire.
  6. The factor determining the form and content of a craftwork.

 

I

Bad effects of education linked with culture

  1. Succumbs to some compulsion of necessity or lure of material advantage.
  2. Brings humiliation to the intellectuals.
  3. Made to trade the mill of passing examinations, not far learning anything.
  4. Creates an educated community, not a cultured community.
  5. Gradual decrease of the proportion of possible employments.
  6. Shows the perversity of human nature.

 

J

Comments of the author on Indian and Bangladeshi universities

  1. Universities not to be considered to be mechanical organization to collect and distributing knowledge.
  2. People to offer their intellectual hospitality through universities.
  3. Not a single good university established in the modern time in the whole India.
  4. The best products of Indian mind not known.
  5. Indians students going overseas for proper education.
  6. Regarding educational institutions as India s alms bowl of knowledge.

 

K

Information about Western Universities

  1. Mechanical organization for collecting and distributing knowledge.
  2. The people of the university not offering their intellectual hospitality.
  3. Not acquainting the learners with the best products of the Indian mind.
  4. Indians alms bowl of knowledge.
  5. Lowering our intellectual self respect by encouraging us to make a foolish display of decorations composed of borrowed feathers.
  6. Not producing a cultured community but a community of qualified candidates.