Television : Its utility

By Rabindra kumar Shaw
Apr 20 2020 1 min read

Numberless are the inventions of science. Television is one of them. It means "distant vision." It is like a magice mirror. It receives and transmits visual images. It uses electromagnetic radiation. It enables the people to see whatever happens in different parts of the country and the world. Television has become a major form of media communication. It has affected our lifestyles. It has revolutionised the process of thinking. It has modified the way of life. It is both a luxury and a necessity. It is a luxury for those who do not take lesson from the programmes of Television. It is a  necessity for those who desire to be in tune with the current affairs of the world. Television is a medium of education. It explodes superstitions. It shows how people without education are wild and  superstitious. Even the illiterate can understand many things by watching the Television. The Television offers programmes for the young and the old, the literate and the illiterate, the active and the lazy. It has its dark side too. Some people do nothing but watch the T.V.  Thi

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