Students of CBSE Class 7 have already learnt all they can about the key elements of a democratic government, including people’s participation, the resolution of conflict, and equality and justice. They can go on to study further about equality and its related aspects such as what it is, why it is important in a democracy, and whether or not everyone is equal in India from Chapter 1 of CBSE Class 7 Civics. CBSE Class 7 Civics Chapter 1 Our Equality Important Questions compiled here also help the students to revise the subject thoroughly.
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1. What idea is the idea of Universal Adult Franchise based on? Explain.
2. What are the two ways in which the government has tried to implement the equality that is guaranteed in the Constitution?
3. The Indian Constitution recognises every person as equal. This recognition of equality includes some of the following provisions in the Constitution. Mention any four points.
4. What is the midday meal programme? Can you list three benefits of the programme? How do you think this programme might help promote greater equality?
5. Find out about one government scheme in your area. What does this scheme do? Whom is this scheme set up to benefit?
6. Who is Rosa Parks? What is the Civil Rights Movement?
7. What is the excerpt from Article 15 of the Indian Constitution?
8. In a democracy why is universal adult franchise important?
9. In what ways was Omprakash Valmiki’s experience similar to that of the Ansaris?
10. What do you understand by the term “all persons are equal before the law”? Why do you think it is important in a democracy?
11. Define the term Constitution.
12. Establishing equality in a democratic society is a continuous struggle. True or False?
13. Name the first state in India that introduced the midday meal scheme.
14. Define the term dignity.
15. Name the factors on the basis of which inequality is being practised in India.
16. Write about the Midday meal programme.
17. All people are equal according to the Indian constitution. Give an example.
18. Give reasons why Dalits are not considered as equal, even if law states they are.
19. What are the key features of the democratic government?
20. When persons are treated unequally their __________________ is violated.
21. What was the Civil Rights movement of the USA about?
(a) Indo Americans
(c) Both of the above
(d) None of these
22. The central feature of Democracy is _____
23. ‘Joothan’ is a autobiography of ______
(a) Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s
(b) Omprakash Valmiki’s
(c) Mahatma Gandhi’s
(d) Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru’s