NCERT Class 11 Political Science Rights In The Indian Constitution

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Rights In The Indian Constitution Class 11 Political Science NCERT

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Rights In The Indian Constitution NCERT Class 11

 

Rights In The Indian Constitution

Exercises

1. Write true or false against each of these statements:

a) A Bill of Rights lays down the rights enjoyed by the people of a country.

b) A Bill of Rights protects the liberties of an individual.

c) Every country of the world has a Bill of Rights.

d) The Constitution guarantees remedy against violation of Rights.

2. Which of the following is the best description of Fundamental Rights?

a) All the rights an individual should have.

b) All the rights given to citizens by law.

c) The rights given and protected by the Constitution.

d) The rights given by the Constitution that cannot ever be restricted.

3. Read the following situations. Which Fundamental Right is being used or violated in each case and how?

a) Overweight male cabin crew are allowed to get promotion in the national airlines but their women colleagues who gain weight are penalised.

b) A director makes a documentary film that criticises the policies of the government.

c) People displaced by a big dam take out a rally demanding rehabilitation.

d) Andhra society runs Telugu medium schools outside Andhra Pradesh.

4. Which of the following is a correct interpretation of the Cultural and Educational Rights?

a) Only children belonging to the minority group that has opened educational institution can study there.

b) Government schools must ensure that children of the minority group will be introduced to their belief and culture.

c) Linguistic and religious minorities can open schools for their children and keep it reserved for them.

d) Linguistic and religious minorities can demand that their children must not study in any educational institution except those managed by their own community.

5. Which of the following is a violation of Fundamental Rights and why?

a) Not paying minimum wages

b) Banning of a book

c) Banning of loudspeakers after 9 pm.

d) Making a speech

6. An activist working among the poor says that the poor don’t need Fundamental Rights. What they need are Directive Principles to be made legally binding. Do you agree with this? Give your reasons. 

7. Several reports show that caste groups previously associated with scavenging are forced to continue in this job. Those in positions of authority refuse to give them any other job. Their children are discouraged from pursuing education. Which of their Fundamental Rights are being violated in this instance?

8. Read the statement by Somnath Lahiri in the Constitutent Assembly quoted in this chapter. Do you agree with him? If yes, give instances to prove it. If not, give arguments against his position.

9. Which of the Fundamental Rights is in your opinion the most important right? Summarise its provisions and give arguments to show why it is most important.


Please refer to attached file for NCERT Class 11 Political Science Rights In The Indian Constitution

India Constitution at Work Chapter 1 Constitution : Why and How?
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Constitution Why And How
India Constitution at Work Chapter 10 The Philosophy Of The Constitution
NCERT Class 11 Political Science The Philosophy Of The Constitution
India Constitution at Work Chapter 2 Rights In The Indian Constitution
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Rights In The Indian Constitution
India Constitution at Work Chapter 3 Election and Representation
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Election And Representation
India Constitution at Work Chapter 4 Executive
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Executive
India Constitution at Work Chapter 5 Legislature
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Legislature
India Constitution at Work Chapter 6 Judiciary
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Judiciary
India Constitution at Work Chapter 7 Federalism
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Federalism
India Constitution at Work Chapter 8 Local Governments
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Local Governments
India Constitution at Work Chapter 9 Constitution As A Living Document
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Constitution As A Living Document
Political Theory Chapter 10 Development
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Development
Political Theory Chapter 2 Freedom
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Freedom
Political Theory Chapter 3 Equality
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Equality
Political Theory Chapter 4 Social Justice
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Social Justice
Political Theory Chapter 5 Rights
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Rights
Political Theory Chapter 6 Citizenship
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Citizenship
Political Theory Chapter 7 Nationalism
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Nationalism
Political Theory Chapter 8 Secularism
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Secularism
Political Theory Chapter 9 Peace
NCERT Class 11 Political Science Peace