CBSE Class 7 Civics The Role Of Government In Health Worksheet

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Class 7 Social Science Worksheet for The Role Of Government In Health

CBSE Class 7 Civics Practice Worksheet - The role of Government in Health - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 

CLASS - 7TH 
SUBJECT - CIVICS
CHAPTER - ROLE OF GOVERNMENT IN HEALTH

Question. Public facilities means an activity or service
(a) Meant for all people in the country
(b) Mainly organized by the government
(c) Meant only for the poor people

Answer : A,B

Question. In 1996, the ______ government passed some major changes regarding health
(a) Maharashtra
(b) Kerala
(c) Andhra Pradesh
(d) Haryana

Answer : B

Question. Communicable diseases are spread through 
(a) Water
(b) Food
(c) Air
(d) All of the above

Answer : D

Question. PHC stands for ____
(a) Preventable health centre
(b) Primary health centre
(c) Primary health council
(d) Poor’s health centre

Answer : B

Fill in the blanks :

Question. ______ is utilised for relief and rehabilitation in case of natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes, tsunami etc.

Answer : Tax Money

Question. India is the ______ largest producer of medicines in the world and is also a large ______ of medicines.

Answer : fourth,Exporter

Question. Most doctors settle in _____ areas.

Answer : Urban

Question. India gets a large number of _______ tourists from many countries.

Answer : Medical

Question. In _____ facilities, patients have to pay a lot of money for every service that they use.

Answer : Private

True/False :

Question. Private services are concentrated in rural areas.

Answer : False

Question. If people do not get adequate food to eat or have to live in cramped conditions, they will be prone to illness.

Answer : True

Question. Adequate healthcare is available to all in India.

Answer : False

Question. Ranjan got costly medical treatment.

Answer : True

Question. The private health service is a chain of health centres and hospitals run by the government.

Answer : False

Very Short Answer Type Questions :

Question. What do you mean by public health?
Answer : It refers to the health of general public.

Question. What do people in democratic country expect from the government?
Answer : In a democracy people expect the government to work for their welfare.

Question. Give some water borne diseases.
Answer : Example - diarrhoea, worms, hepatitis, etc.

Question. What does RMPs stand for?
Answer : Registered Medical Practitioners (RMPs).

Question. What are the factors that affect our health?
Answer : Diseases, drinking water, adequate food, sanitation, environment and mental health are the factors that affect our health.

Question. Who runs public health care system?
Answer : Government runs public health care system.

Short Answer Type Questions :

Question. What do you mean by medical tourists?
Answer : This refers to foreigners who come to this country specifically for medical treatment at hospitals that offer world–class facilities at a lower cost than what they would have to pay in their own countries.

Question. What are the different ways through which the government can take steps to provide healthcare for all? Discuss.
Answer : Different ways through which the government can take steps to provide healthcare for all:
(i) Establishing public healthcare at zonal level.
(ii) Setting up low cost government hospitals.
(iii) Health insurance for basic treatment.
(iv) Provision of clean drinking water and steps to check pollution.
(v) Generic medicines at low prices should be provided.
(vi) Healthcare programme and creating awareness.
(vii) Mobile clinic should be encouraged more in rural areas.

Question. What are the reasons for the health services to be called as public?
Answer : The health services called public for many reasons They fulfill their commitment of providing healthcare to all citizens These services are meant for everyone Even poor can seek treatment there.
The resources need to run these services are obtained from money that we the oublic pay to the government as taxes.

Long Answer Type Questions :

Question. What are the different ways through which the government can take steps to provide healthcare for all? discuss.
Answer : In India private healthcare services and hospitals are more in practice. But due to these private hospitals being highly expensive, poor people cannot afford to admit their patients to such hospitals. On the other hand government hospitals are much less in number and also not equipped properly and do not have good experienced doctors.
Therefore to provide healthcare services for all, government should pass a regulation prohibiting private practice of doctors. Apart from this the different ways through which the government can take steps to provide healthcare for all are by following means – opening and maintenance of:
a) Hospitals
b) Healthcare center
c) Primary health center
d) Dispensaries
e) Family welfare center 

 

 

 

 

 

Q.1) Fill in the blanks:-

      a) . Barely ____% of the population can afford all medicines.

      b) The public health service is a chain of health centres and _______ run by the_____.

      c) India is the _____________largest producer of medicines in the world.

      d) Half of the children in India do not get __________ food to eat and are _______.

      e) People in rural areas have to travel long distances to reach a ____________.

       f) The number of doctors with respect to the population is much ________in rural areas.

Q.2) Answer the following questions;

      i. Define health in broader perspective.

     ii.  What do people in democratic country expect from the government? How can the government achieve this ?

    iii.  What are communicable diseases. Give examples

    iv.  What do you mean by the public health care system?

     v.  Compare public health service with those of private health services.

    vi.  What major changes were made by Kerala government in the state in 1996 ?

   vii.  Suggest measures to improve health care services in India.

  viii.  State one constitutional provision related to health.

   ix.   Discuss the approach of Costa Rica on the issue of health

    x.   State some vital facts to prove that India has the necessary infrastructure for a good health care system.

 

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