Ch – 1 On Equality

Q.1: ___________ is a key feature of democracy and influences all aspects of its functioning.

Ans: Equality

Q.2: The idea of ______________ is based on equality.

Ans: Universal adult franchise

Q.3: Each person has _______ vote.

Ans: one

Q.4: Kanta works as a _________________.

Ans: domestic help

Q.5: One of the more common forms of inequality in India is __________________.

Ans: caste system

Q.6: ______________ is a term that the so-called lower castes use to address themselves.

Ans: Dalit

Q.7: Dalit means ______________.

Ans: broken

Q.8: _________________ is a famous Dalit writer.

Ans: Omprakash Valmiki

Q.9: __________________ is the autobiography of Omprakash Valmiki.

Ans: Joothan

Q.10: What did the headmaster ask Omprakash to do ?

Ans: To sweep the school and playground

Q.11: Omprakash Valmiki and the Ansaris were treated unequally on the basis of differences of _____________ and _____________.

Ans: Caste and Religion

Q.12: When persons are treated unequally their _______________ is violated.

Ans: dignity

Q.13: The ________________ recognises every person as equal.

Ans: Indian Constitution

Q.14: The ____________ is the cornerstone of our democracy and we are represented in it through our elected representatives.

Ans: Parliament

Q.15: _____________ was the first state in India to implement Mid-day meal scheme.

Ans: Tamil Nadu

Q.16: In ___________, Supreme Court asked all states to implement Mid-day meal scheme.

Ans: 2001

Q.17: ____________ is the most vital factor in life.

Ans: Self-respect

Q.18: Establishing equality in a ______________ society is a continuous struggle.

Ans: democratic

Q.19: In late __________, there was a movement to push for equal rights for African-Americans.

Ans: 1950s

Q.20: Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white man on __________________.

Ans: 1 December 1955

Q.21: The _________________ prohibited discrimination on the basis of race, religion or national origin.

Ans: Civil Rights Act of 1964

Q.22: Article ____________ of Indian Constitution prohibits discrimination on the basis of religion, caste, race, sex or place of birth.

Ans: 15

Published by Priya Prakash

In the midst of winter, i found there was within me an invincible summer ~ Albert Camus

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