The practice of untouchability is now banned by law to bring equality and justice to society. Equality and justice are key elements of democracy. NCERT Solutions For Class 6 Civics Social Science Chapter 4
The earliest democracy in the world began with the work of a man named Cleisthenes (also considered as the father of democracy), in Athens, in 510 BC. Students can learn in detail about the Key Elements of a Democratic Government from Civics Chapter 4 of Class 6.
NCERT Solutions For Class 6 Civics Social Science Chapter 4 Key Elements of a Democratic Government
Questions Page No 40
1.How would Maya’s life be different in South Africa today?
There is no longer any discrimination in any sphere of life between whites and Non-whites. All citizens have equal rights.
2.What are the various ways in which people participate in the process of Government?
There are multiple ways.
- By voting in the elections.
- By taking out at rallies and protests, if they are unhappy
- By participating in signature campaigns
- By participating in discussions on Television and other modes of public platforms.
3.Why do you think we need the Government to find solutions to many disputes or conflicts?
Without the government, these conflicts and disputes can result in violence and death. Because one group may believe that it has all the right to use force and prevent other groups from protesting. But in some cases, corrupt governments can themselves play a part in escalating these disputes and conflicts between people.
4.What actions does the Government take to ensure that all people are treated equally?
People are given reservations in the education field and government jobs, based on their caste. This is done to uplift their social status.
5.Read through the chapter and discuss some of the key ideas of a democratic government. Make a list. For example, all people are equal.
- All citizens are equal and they have equal access to all the resources of a country.
- All citizens are equal irrespective of their caste, gender, economic status and religion.
- People who have faced discrimination in the past are eligible for Government jobs to uplift their social status.
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|What is Government?||What is Government? Class 6 Notes Civics Chapter 3||NCERT Solutions What is Government? Chapter 3|
|Key Elements of a Democratic Government||Key Elements of a Democratic Government Class 6 Notes Civics Chapter 4||NCERT Solutions Key Elements of a Democratic Government Chapter 4|
|Panchayati Raj||Panchayati Raj Class 6 Notes Civics Chapter 5||NCERT Solutions Panchayati Raj Chapter 5|
|Rural Administration||Rural Administration Class 6 Notes Civics Chapter 6||NCERT Solutions Rural Administration Chapter 6|
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