NCERT Solutions For Class 7 Civics

NCERT Book Solutions for Class 7 Civics – Social and Political Life – II

CBSE Conducts the annual exams at the end of the academic session to evaluate the progress of students. Every student aspires to score good marks in these exams. To achieve this, students need to put a lot of effort in preparing well, throughout the year. They should be thorough with all the chapters of class 7 Civics subject. So, to help them, we have provided the NCERT Solutions for Class 7 Civics.

NCERT Solutions For Class 7 Civics

These NCERT Solutions for Class 7 Civics contains the answers to all the chapters of Civics textbook “Social and Political Life-II”. Students can access them from the table below. They will also be able to download NCERT Solutions in pdf format after visiting the respective chapter’s page.

It is not mandatory that students have to write the answers in a similar way as provided here. They can also write the answers in their own words. The answers provided in NCERT Solutions are just sample answers. Although there are various ways of representing a particular answer, referring to these solutions will help students understand how to present their ideas in the exams, so that they can score high marks.

NCERT Solutions Class 7 Social Science Civics Chapters Overview

Chapter 1: On Equality

This chapter introduces students to Kanta, Omprakash Valmiki and the Ansaris, who have experienced inequality in different ways. The concept of dignity have been explained through their experiences. The government’s role in passing laws and instituting policies are discussed to show the commitment to the alleviation of existing inequalities. The chapter also briefly introduces an issue of inequality in the United States of America.

Chapter 2: Role of the Government in Health

In chapter 2  students will learn about ‘health’ as an important issue for people. There are both public and private aspects of health provisioning. Healthcare in India is not available to all. While the Constitution supports a view that the right to health is an aspect of our fundamental rights, its provisioning is rather unequal. By reading this chapter, students will begin to visualise the ideal or desired role of government in Health and the meanings behind its structures.

Chapter 3: How the State Government Works

Chapter 3 focuses on how the government functions, and discusses ideas of representation, accountability and public welfare. The function of both the executive and the legislature are explained in detail. After going through this chapter, students will able to find the answers of a few questions such as“who is the most powerful person?”, “Why can’t the MLA solve the problem? etc.

Chapter 4: Growing up as Boys and Girls

Chapter 4 uses two case studies, situated in different places and points in time to show how girls and boys are brought up or socialised differently. This enables students to understand that the process of socialisation is not uniform; instead, it is socially determined and changes continuously over time. The chapter also addresses the fact that societies assign different values to the roles men and women play. The work they do and it becomes a basis for inequality and discrimination. Housework which is primarily done by women is often not considered as ‘work’ and, therefore made invisible and devalued.

Chapter 5: Women Change the World

Chapter 5 develops ideas around gender inequalities in the world of work and describes women’s struggles for equality. The chapter also points out that opportunities like education are not equally available to boys and girls. After reading about the lives of two Indian women, from the 19th and 20th centuries, students see how women struggled to change their lives by learning to read and write. The chapter concludes with a photo-essay that gives examples of different strategies the women’s movement has used to fight for change.

Chapter 6: Understanding Media

Chapter 6 foregrounds the widespread effects of the media and attempts to connect the issues under discussion to the student’s own lives. This chapter will develop the skills in students which will help them to critically analyse a newspaper report or a TV story. The chapter concludes by linking its content to the idea of democracy. It emphasises, through using examples of local media as well as social advertising, how mainstream media and advertising tend to favour those who have greater financial as well as social resources.

Chapter 7: Markets Around Us

Chapter 7 discusses ‘Markets Around Us’. Students will study different market sites: a weekly market, neighbourhood shops, a shopping complex, etc. Along with this, they will also explore the intricate question, ‘how do goods reach these markets?’ Through the case study of a wholesale vegetable market, students will examine how a chain of markets operates and the role of wholesale in the market. Usually, we think that ‘market’ is associated with the marketplaces, but buying and selling take place in diverse ways. The chapter discusses how all of this falls within a larger understanding of markets.

Chapter 8: A Shirt in the Market

Chapter 8 looks at how markets offer people different opportunities. In this chapter, it is explained through the ‘story of a shirt’. Students will also understand the chain of markets involved in this process. Together with understanding each step of the manufacture and circulation of a shirt, students will realise that some people stand to gain in the market transaction whereas others do not gain as much, or none at all. The opportunities are highly unequal.

Chapter 9: Struggles for Equality

Chapter 9 of this book ties together the main ideas on equality. The last chapter is devoted to discussing people’s contribution to the fight for equality. This is achieved through focusing on social movement as well as highlighting creative (writings, songs, poems) ways.

We hope students have found these NCERT Solutions for Class 7 Civics helpful in their studies. Keep learning and stay tuned for further updates on CBSE and other competitive exams. Download BYJU’S App and subscribe to our YouTube channel to get interactive Maths and Science videos.

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