NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Civics Chapter 4
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NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Civics Chapter 4
|Subject:||Social Science – Civics|
|Chapter 4:||Gender, Religion and Caste|
NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Civics Chapter 4 in PDF
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Class 10 Political Science Important Questions & Notes
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In the 1968 Olympics, Smith and Carless won the gold and bronze medals respectively. They received their medals wearing black socks and no shoes, to represent Black poverty. With this gesture, they tried to draw international attention to racial discrimination in the United States.
It is fairly common for people belonging to the same religion to feel that they do not belong to the same community, because their caste or sect is very different. It is also possible for people from different religious to have the same caste and feel close to each other. Rich and poor persons from the same family often do not keep close relations with each other for they feel they are different. For Example: Carlos and Smith were similar in one way that they both were Afro-Americans and thus different from Norman, who was white. But they were all athletes who stood against racial discrimination. Thus we all have more than one social group.
What is meant by Secularism?
The belief that religion should not be involved with the ordinary social and political activity of a country.
What is Caste hierarchy?
A social structure in which classes are determined by heredity i.e. from the highest to the lowest castes.
What do you know about Communalism?
It is a belief in which the followers of a particular religion believe that their religion is superior over other religion.
Politics by Cast
According to NCERT Books for class 9 Social Science, form of politics by cast are as follows:
(i) Sometimes candidates are chosen on the basis of their caste. When political parties choose candidates, they keep in mind the caste composition of their voters.
(ii) In many places, voters vote on the basis of caste and fail to choose suitable candidates.
(iii) When a government is formed after elections, political parties take care that different castes are represented in the government.
(iv) Political parties appeal to caste sentiments during elections.
(v) To gain support, political parties, raise caste-based issues during elections.
(vi) The castes considered inferior or low until now have been made conscious of their rights by the political parties.
One Mark Questions with Answers
Important Questions other than NCERT Solutions:
1. What do you mean by homogenous society?
2. Name the Indian states where according to the census of 2001, sex ratio is less than 800.
3. According to 2001 census what was the sex ration in India?
4. Name the Australian Athlete, who supported the two American athletes.
5. Who said that religion can never be separated from politics?
6. What was the main aim of Civil rights movements in the USA?
7. Which kind of social differences create possibilities of deep social divisions and tensions?
8. Which state in India has the lowest infant mortality rate?
9. What is meant by Sex ratio?
10. Give examples of two countries having homogeneous Society.
Answers of 1 Mark Questions
1. A society where there are not significant ethnic differences.
2. Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh & Gujrat
3. 1000 males 933 females
4. Peter Norman
5. Mahatma Gandhi
6. To abolish legal racial discrimination.
7. Overlapping social differences
9. Sex ratio means number of females per thousand males in a country.
10. Germany and Sweden.