Reply to Letter of complaint

This is a Reply to Letter of complaint.

19th May 2001.


The Controller of Examinations,
Central Board of School Education,
New Delhi,


Roll no: 3451-AS,
16 NAYA Bazaars,
Sri Niger Colony,

Dear Rajah,

I have received your letter of complaint and noted the details. I have instructed my staff to get the English Paper- I reexamined by a group of experienced teachers. We shall soon communicate the results to you.

With best wishes.

Yours Sincerely,

(Signature of The Controller of Examinations)


The Controller of Examinations

The Social-letters which are written to relations and intimate friends should be written in an easy, conversational style. So, it must for us to take care and preserve some order in expressing our thoughts. Above all, it must be remembered that, however free-and-easy may be our style, we are as much bound by the rules of spelling, punctuation, grammar and idiom in writing a letter as we are in writing the most formal letter.

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