CBSE Class 6 Social Science Value Based Questions

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Value Based Questions

Class VI

Social Science

 Answer the following questions.

I. How does our society view boys and girls? What does the government do to promote justice among the girls? 

II. One of the ways of participating is to take interest in the working of the government and to criticize it when required. Explain with an example.

III. Which type of people comes under the Below Poverty Line? Do you agree to the point that people like Om Prakash should be included in the list of BPL?

IV. How can the Gram Sabha prevent the Panchayat from doing whatever it likes?

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