Arup Roy, Lecturer in English Language & Literature, Kanchkura University College, Uttarkhan, Airport, Dhaka

The bar chart illustrates how the young people's attitude towards past time has changed between 2000 and 2020. Overall. Young people's tendency to watch TV increased steadily with the passage of time. In 2000 45% of young people spent their past time by watching TV which rose to 51% in the next decade years and further increased to 58% in the next ten years. Woefully, the scenario is uninviting as far as young people's attraction to open field games and sports are concerned. 45% of teenagers spent their free time playing games and sports in the field in 200, but 20% quit open field games and sports in 2010 making it 23%. Unfortunately, the falling tendency persisted during the next decade, and by 2020 the percentage decreased to 21%. However, when only 7% of teenagers were users of online or computers for pastimes in 2010, the percentage stood up to 20% and 23% in 2010 and 2020 respectively. 

The bar chart highlights the rise of the polarity of watching TV and computer-assisted program. It means it is the e-world our future generations are stepping to.  

Note: Information taken in the chart is imaginary

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