Introduction About Public And Private Property:
Public Property owned by the government or one of its agencies, divisions, or entities. Commonly a reference to parks,playgrounds, streets, sidewalks, schools, libraries and other property regularly used by the general public.
Tangible And Intangible Things:
Tangible and intangible things owned by individuals or firms over which their owners have exclusive and absolute legal rights, such as land, buildings, money, copyrights, patents, etc. Private property can be transferred only with its owner’s consent, and by due process such as sale or gift.
Property entrusted to the state as opposed to communities or individuals is referred to as state or government property. Examples include federal or police cars.
Most of the people do not turn off the taps after use. We waste a large quantity of water by this way.
Public libraries are step up by the government for the benefit of the people. Some people, including our school children are in the habit of rearing off and removing pages from library books. Some people scribble filthy words on public walls. Some students cut the seat covers while traveling in buses.
Some people scatter bits of papers everywhere in public parks. Pasting notices and advertisements. Everywhere in not allowed. But some unscrupulous persons paste them even on the walls of the government buildings and public wells.
Cubicles are erected at bus halting places by the transport authorities in order to provide shelter to the passengers. But some people spoil these cubicles by pasting various kinds of advertisements on their walls. People destroy, or steal public property or why they use it carelessly most of the time it has been seen that people destroy it to express their anger and frustration.
It is the duty of each school employee to safeguard and protect the property of the school district. Care shall be taken to see that windows and doors are properly secured before leaving the school building at the close of a day. Blinds and shades are to be kept at a uniform height in all rooms. Children shall be instructed in regard to the proper use of textbooks and supplies, and respect and regard for public property.
Useful for CBSE, ICSE, NCERT & International Students
Grade : 4
Subject : Evs
Lesson : Public And Private Property
Topic: Public And Private Property
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