NCERT Class 6th Civics Solutions

NCERT Solutions Class-6th Civics

NCERT Solutions Class-6th Civics

Chapter.1: Understanding Diversity


1. Write any four difference between Samir Ek and Samir Do.

Ans- Samir Ek

1. Samir is familiar with English.

2. Samir ek is Hindu.

3. Samir ek goes to school.

4. Samir ek is rich.

*Samir Do

1. Samir do speaks Hindi.

2. Samir do is Muslim

3. Samir do sells newspapers.

4.Samir do is poor.

2. List different festivals, religions, and languages of India.

Ans-
Festivals    Religions    Languages
1.PongalHinduism  Hindi
2.Makar Sankranti    Islam   Rajasthani
3.Lohri  SikhismSikhism
5.DiwaliChristianity   Malayalam
4.Holi      Buddhism   Kannad
6.Raksha BandhanJain    Manipuri
7.Id        Judaism Oriya
8.Christmas.   Parsi  Bagali 

3. Write the main points which show diversity in India.

Ans- Different languages, different types of foods, different festivals, religions, cultures and & various types of clothes shows diversity in India.

4. Who discovered the sea route to India?

Ans- Vasco da Gama

5. Ladakh is also known as____

Ans- Little Tibet.

6. List different religions of Ladakh & Kerala.

Ans- Ladakh: Buddhism & Islam

Kerala: Judaism, Islam, Christianity, Hinduism & Buddhism.

7._____is a variety of wool.

Ans-Pashmina

8. The discovery of India was written by____.

Ans- Jawaharlal Nehru

Chapter.2: Diversity and Discrimination


1. Match the following statements in a way that challenges stereotypes.

1. Two surgeons were sitting down to lunch when one of them made a call on the mobile phone-

to speak with her daughter who had just returned from school.

2.The boy who won the drawing competition to the dias -

on a  wheelchair to collects his prize.

3. One of the fastest athletes in the world  - suffers from chronic asthma

4. She was not that well -off but had a dream - to become an astronaut which she did.

2. How can the stereotype that girls are a burden on their parents affect the life of a daughter? Imagine this situation and list out five different effects that this stereotype can have on the way daughters get treated in the house.

Ans- 1. From the birth till their marriage they are not treated equally with boys.

2. Parents think that girls are a burden on their shoulders till they argued their destined howls.

3. They are not given a good opportunity to go to school or make progress.

4. In ancestral property, no rights are reserved for them.

5.T hey are not treated equally as a comparison with boys.

3. What does the Constitution say with regard to equality? Why do you think it is important for all people to be equal?

Ans-1. Article 15 of our Constitution provides that the state shall not discriminate against any citizen on the basis of religion, race, caste, sex or color.

2. This right is very essential in our society.

3. Despite ridden by various social and economic inequalities it gives equal opportunities to make progress without any discrimination.

So, we think that it is important for people to accustom with equality.      

Chapter.3: What is Government


1. What was the suffrage movement? What did it accomplish?

Ans- In the USA the suffragettes demanded the right to vote for all women and got to their demands heard changed themselves to railways in public places.

Chapter.4: Key Elements Of A Democratic Government


1. What actions does the government take to ensure that all people are treated equally?

Ans- The earlier practice of untouchability is now banned by law. The government also recognizes this and makes special provisions for groups within society that are unequal.

Chapter.5: Panchayati Raj


There is no important question.

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Chapter.6: Rural Administration


No important question there. Important points have given in (Notes) section.

Chapter.7: Urban Administration


1. Why did the children go to Yasmin Khala's house?

Ans-Children went to the Yasmin Khala’s house because they broke the street light and they do not know whom they approach to pay for it. Yasmin Khala had retired from Municipal Corporation so she may help them for which children went to her.

2. List four ways in which the work of the Municipal Corporation affects the life of a city-dweller

Ans--1. Take care of street lights.

2.Garbage collection.

3.Water Supply.

4. Keeping the streets and the market clean.

3. Who is Municipal Councilor?

Ans-3.Municipal Councilor is the elected representative of the ward in the city.

4. How does the Municipal Corporation earn the money to do its work?

Ans-1.Tax paid by the people for providing different services.

2. People who own homes have to pay property tax.

3.Education tax & other amenities.

Chapter.8: Rural Livelihood


1. You have probably noticed that people in Kalapattu are engaged in a variety of non-farm work. List five of these.

Ans-1. Making baskets, utensils, pots, bricks etc.

2.Shopkeeping.

3.Fishing.

4.Transportation.

5.Mechanics.

2. List the different types of people you read about in Kalapattu who depended on farming. Who is the poorest among them and why?

Ans- 1.Thulasi.

2.Ramalingam.

3.Sekar.

Among them, Sekar is the poorest because he doesn't own much land. He uses to work on other's land and take a loan from the trader.

Chapter.9: Urban Livelihood


No question. Check the Notes Section.

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