CBSE Class 7 Civics The Role Of Government In Health Worksheet

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 7 CIVICS

Topic:- Ch-2 The role of Government in Health

 

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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