Class 6 Civics will introduce students to the world of politics. There are a total of 9 chapters in Civics of Class 6. The first chapter is Understanding Diversity where students will learn about the rich heritage of diversity in India. Diversity and Discrimination throws light on the various forms of discrimination prevalent in Indian society. Furthermore, What is Government chapter will teach about the fundamentals of a government. Key Elements of a Democratic Government is the next chapter where the students will be able to understand a democratic government. Moreover, Panchayati Raj throws light on the Panchayat system in Indian villages. Rural Administration will let you learn about the administration in the rural areas of India. In the Urban Administration chapter, students will learn about the administration in urban areas. The Rural Livelihoods chapter, as the name suggests, discusses the living of villagers in the rural areas. Students will come to realize the various hardships that the rural people have to face in this chapter. Finally, in the Urban Livelihoods chapter, students will learn about the living of people in urban areas and cities. Also, students will realize that urban livelihood is very different from rural livelihood.
Unity in Diversity'. You must have heard this phrase. What does it mean? What do you mean by diversity? Moreover, why is there diversity even though we're all humans, Indians? Let us what is diversity!
India is a diversified and a democratic country. One can practice any religion, and right here. But what makes a country democratic? What are the key elements of a democratic government in a country? Let us know more!
The idea of villages to many of us may seem very boring and poor. But actually, it is these villages that make up for 'develop' in the word 'development' in India context. It's the village's 'Panchayati Raj' that fulfils the needs of all the villagers residing by. So, what is 'Panchayati Raj'? Let us find out.
There are 6,40,867 villages in India according to the 2011 census! The sheer number is quite staggering itself. The administration of these villages, so that things run smoothly, has to be extremely efficient. Let us take a look at the structure of rural administration of our country and the problems it faces.
Whenever you think about rural areas, most of us think about farmers. But did you know that in India, hardly any farmers own their own land? Most of them are actually labourers. Let us educate ourselves of various types of rural livelihoods in India.
We know that thousands of people migrate to cities every day in the search for a better life. This is because of the assumption that a city will offer better employment and work conditions. But is this actually true? Let us explore urban livelihoods and all of its types.