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NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Social Science Civics Chapter 3- “What is Government”

George Orwell's enduring allegorical novella, "Animal Farm," may appear, on the surface, to be a story about animals inhabiting a farm. However, beneath the surface, it narrates the tale of a group of farm animals who revolt against their human owner with the hope of establishing a society characterized by equality, freedom, and happiness. Orwell explicitly links the narrative to the events leading up to the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the subsequent Stalinist era in the Soviet Union. In essence, the book endeavors to illustrate the mechanics of governance.

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Frequently Asked Questions 

 

Q1: What are the topics and subtopics that students will learn in Chapter 3 of NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Civics?

 

The topics and subtopics that students will learn in Chapter 3 of NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Civics are:

 

Levels of Government

Laws and the Government

Types of Government

Democratic Governments

 

Q2: What are the key points of using the NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Civics Chapter 3 of Orchids The International School?

 

The key points of using the NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Civics Chapter 3 are:

 

1. It provides solutions for all the textbook questions.

2. Individual subject matter experts have curated the solutions as per the CBSE guidelines and marking schemes.

3. Improves conceptual learning and analytical reasoning among students.

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Q3: List 5 ways in which you think the Government affects your daily life, as discussed in Chapter 3 of NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Civics.

 

– The decision on where to build roads and other infrastructure

– The decision on various social welfare programmes

– The decision on important goods and commodities like petrol and onion

– Protect the boundaries and maintain friendly relations with other countries

– Ensuring that there are good health facilities

Question 1 :

What do you understand by the word ‘government’? List 5 ways in which you think Government affects your daily life.

Answer :

Government is the system of governing a state or community. The system of social control, the right to make laws under it, and the right to enforce them are given to a certain group of society.

  1. The decision on where to build roads and other infrastructure

  2. The decision on various social welfare programmes

  3. The decision on important goods and commodities like petrol and onion

  4. Protect the boundaries and maintain friendly relations with other countries

  5. Ensuring that there are good health facilities

 


Question 2 :

Why do you think the Government needs to make rules for everyone in the form of laws?

 

Answer :

Some rules have to be made that apply to everyone. For example, there is a need to control resources and protect the territory of a country so that people can feel secure. Governments do this on behalf of their people by exercising leadership, making decisions and implementing these among all the people living in their territory.

 


Question 3 :

Name two essential features of a democratic Government.

 

Answer :

  1. The Government is answerable to the people.

  2. People elect their leaders to govern the nation through the process of elections.

 


Question 4 :

 What was the suffrage movement? What did it accomplish?

Answer :

Suffrage means the right to vote. Earlier, women and the poor in the USA did not have the right to vote. They fought for their rights, and this movement gathered strength during the First World War. Finally, they succeeded in the USA in 1920 and in the UK in 1928.

 


Question 5 :

Gandhiji strongly believed that every adult in India should be given the right to vote. However, a few people don’t share his views. They feel that illiterate people, who are mainly poor, should not be given the right to vote. What do you think? Do you think this would be a form of discrimination? Give five points to support your view and share these with the class.

 

Answer :

  1. In all democracies, the poor and the illiterate have the right to vote

  2. The Constitution of India says that all citizens are equal.

  3. Elected Government works for all citizens, not just for the literate and rich people

  4. The minority should not decide the fate of the majority

  5. It is not a crime to be poor. Hence they should be given the right to vote.

 


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