Letter Writing Topics for ISRO Assistant Exam

Dear banking aspirants, today let us enter the uncharted territory. Let us discuss letter writing. During school days, we would have been familiar with writing a letter for a leave. However, writing a letter to an official seems a daunting task for many. Because we have not written any letter to a government official or an editorial in real life. Nevertheless, sadly, letter writing has to be a situation to face in
any mains exam. Many exams who clear the mains fail in this essay/letter writing due to a dispersed knowledge on how to tackle them. That is why bankexamstoday has come up with a comprehensive way to clear this part. Just follow the rules given by us and this would be sufficient for any aspirant.

CONCRETE RULES FOR WRITING LETTER TO AN OFFICIAL:


RULE 1: IT’S FORMAL


First and foremost of all, remember that it is a formal letter. So remember that you are writing this letter as a request to an official and not to a friend or a family member and hence make sure to write the letter in a formal manner.

RULE 2: ADDRESSING THE LETTER

Make sure you know the officials' name. Make sure that you know exactly whom this person is, and that he or she is the appropriate person to contact about your case. Clarify why you are writing a letter to this particular official.

RULE 3: FIND THE E-MAIL ADDRESS OF THE OFFICIAL:

In reality, you must mention the email address of yours to the person whom you are sending. However, in the exam, just mention it as xyz@gmail.com. This is an added advantage and would fetch extra marks.

RULE 4: MENTION THE PHONE NUMBER OF THE OFFICIAL

When writing a formal letter, it is recommended to mention your phone number, so that the concerned official might find a way to contact you. However, it’s not always necessary. I the exam, just mention it as xyz.

RULE 5: FORMAT OF ADDRESSING THE LETTER

Include the official's title and full name (e.g. Prime minister Narendra Modi) along with his or her official mailing address. Write the words clearly and legibly in the centre of an envelope, and then seal the letter inside the envelope. Stick a stamp in the top-right corner of the envelope. Please make sure to write your full name and return address in the top-left corner of the envelope!

RULE 6: FOLLOWING PROPER ETIQUETTE:

Show due respect. Open your letter with a formal salutation, and end it with an appropriate closing statement. Depending on the level of government, this official may employ a team of secretaries to read his or her mailbox for important letters. A polite, thoughtful, and well-written letter will usually be more likely to make it through this filtration system.

RULE 7: THE GREAT INDIAN DILEMMA:

The first doubt that comes to our mind is whether to put a comma after ‘from’ and ‘to’. The answer is plain no. Do not make the mistake of keeping a comma or semicolon after from and to. This might cost a few precious marks.
If not all the above rules makes sense, we are attaching a sample letter for your reference, just make sure you give it a glance before going for exam.

Sample Letter

Your address
Other contact details you may wish to give, phone, e-mail etc
20 August 2017.

Kumar/Sir/Mam/Name,
Editor in chief of Hindu or(Customer Services Manager), if you don't have a contact name
The Hindu
Chennai -91.
Reg: To write an editorial regarding bad service of municipality
Dear Sir/Mam,

On 20 august, I would like to report the bad service of municipality at rajah’s street, Chennai these days.
I am disappointed because of the unsatisfactory service of the municipality to control the mosquito problem and their solution was completely pathetic because no one seems to bother about the problem and many the municipal corporation thinks of it as a minor issue. Yet, this cannot be tolerated.
For the problem to be solved, I would like you to write an editorial regarding the condition of Rajahs Street. We are trying this as a last resort because no one did concern in the corporation regarding the complaint.
Enclosed is a copy/are copies of the photographs taken and some files given by the corporation.
I look forward to hearing from you and to a resolution of this problem. Please contact me at the above address or by phone [give numbers].

Yours sincerely
[Sign]
[Your Name]

Enclosures: [state documents you have enclosed, if any]
Cc: [Include Name of person or agency you want to send a copy of this letter to]     

Important Letter Writing Topics For ISRO Assistant Exam

 1.Write a letter to an authority regarding the difficulties faced by students regarding power cut and request them to ensure uninterrupted power supply.

2. Write a letter to regional transport officer to introduce a new bus service considering the increased population and time delay these days

3. Write a letter to the authority in Municipal Corporation to pick up waste and garbage dumped in your locality:

4. Write a letter to the concerned authority to set up new traffic signals in the two intersections in the light of increased accidents in those two intersections

5.Write a letter to the concerned authority regarding strict enforcement of animal laws.

6. Write a letter to an authority regarding the difficulties faced by students regarding job cut and request them to ensure uninterrupted job supply in the market.

7. Write a letter to regional transport officer to provide water service to your locality Considering the increased population and time delay these days

8. Write a letter to the authority in Municipal Corporation to pick up waste and garbage dumped in your locality

9. Write a letter to the person to transfer this letter to the concerned authority for a particular reason

10 .Write a letter to the concerned authority regarding strict enforcement of animal laws.

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