NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Social Science Civics Chapter 8

NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Social Science Civics Chapter  8 Confronting Marginalisation (अध्याय 8: हाशियाकरण से निपटना) (Unit 4 of Social and Political Life – III ) to Study online as well as Download NCERT Solutions for other subjects also.


NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Social Science Civics Chapter 8

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Confronting Marginalisation: Question Answers

8 Civics Chapter 8 Confronting Marginalisation Solutions

NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Social Science Civics Chapter 8 Confronting Marginalisation

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Important Questions on 8 Civics Chapter 8
What does article 17 of the Constitution state?

Article 17 of the Constitution states that untouchability has been abolished – what this means is that no one can henceforth prevent Dalits from educating themselves, entering temples, using public facilities etc. It also means that it is wrong to practise untouchability and that this practice will not be tolerated by a democratic government. In fact, untouchability is a punishable crime now.

What are the role of government for the Marginalised?

The government makes laws to protect its citizens. Yet, this is not the only way in which it takes action. There are specific laws and policies for the marginalised in our country. There are policies or schemes that emerge through other means like setting up a committee or by undertaking a survey etc. The government then makes an effort to promote such policies in order to give opportunities to specific groups.



What is meant by Promoting Social Justice?

As part of their effort to implement the Constitution, both state and central governments create specific schemes for implementation in tribal areas or in areas that have a high Dalit population. In addition to providing certain facilities, the government also operates through laws to ensure that concrete steps are taken to end inequity in the system. The Reservation Laws which reserve seats in education and government employment for Dalits and Adivasis are based on an important argument- that in a society like ours, where for centuries sections of the population have been denied opportunities to learn and to work in order to develop new skills or vocations, a democratic government needs to step in and assist these sections.

What are the ways to Protecting the Rights of Dalits and Adivasis?

In addition to policies our country also has specific laws that guard against the discrimination and exploitation of marginalised communities.


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