Class 7 Civics is the study about the duties and rights of citizenship in a country. The chapter key focus area is the Indian region. The entire syllabus divides into seven chapters, where each chapter explains different things about the roles, responsibilities, and duties of citizens. Chapter 1 is on equality wherewith many stories try to explain the situation of inequality experienced by people is explained. Also, it explains how to alleviate these inequalities. Chapter 2 highlights the role of government in health. Moreover, the chapter teaches the important issues relating to health, public, and private aspects of health provisioning in India. Chapter 3 defines the functioning of state government works, ideas of representation, accountability, and public welfare. Chapter 4 is about how boys and girls are brought up or socialized differently in different places and at different points of time. Chapter 5 highlights the women’s struggle for equality around the world. Chapter 6 describes the role of media and its attempts to connect and highlights the issues of the people. Chapter 7 teaches about the market around us like weekly markets, shopping complex, neighborhood shops, etc. Chapter 8 explains the different opportunities that the market offers with a story of a shirt. Chapter 9 defines the struggles for equality, which ties to the main idea of equality.
India being the largest democracy in the world, the absence of a structure and proper rules and regulations for the administrators would create a chaos. The government in India is sub-divided into central government and state government. In this chapter, we will learn about how the state government works.
Have you ever wondered that what is a democracy? Why are we a part of it? How did democracy come into existence? Let's find out more about What is Democracy? Why Democracy?
What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word 'media'? It is probably the word news. Media helps us to inform about the things that are happening daily. Let's find out more about Understanding Media.
Have you recently ordered something from Amazon or Flipkart? And do you go vegetable shopping with your parents? Here is the surprising fact, both these places are markets! Our understanding of markets is very narrow, in fact, there are different types of markets around us.
Can you wear the same shirt for 10 years in a row? No! Right? But then why not? Above all do you know where this shirt come in the market? Where does it's journey actually start from? Let us know about the shirt in the market.