Diversity in Society (Civics Solutions Class 6)

Diversity in Society

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Balbharti Maharashtra State Board Class 6 Civics Solutions Chapter 2 Diversity in Society

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Civics Class 6 Chapter 2 : Diversity in Society

Q.1) Fill in the blanks.

(1) To live among a variety of communities is to experience

Answer: oneness

(2) India is an important ______ nation of the world.

Answer: secular

(3) Cooperation makes ________ in society healthier.

Answer: interdependence

Q.2) Answer each of the following questions in one sentence.

(1) What is meant by cooperation?

Answer: Cooperation is the process of sharing and helping each other in solving problems and removing difficulties.

(2) Why have we accepted the principle of secularism?

Answer: We have great linguistic and religious diversity in our country and in order to preserve this diversity in a sound and healthy manner we have adopted the principle of secularism.

Q.3) Answer the following questions in two or three sentences.

(1) What is it that shows the unity in Indian society?

  1. There are many languages, religions, cultures, customs and traditions in the Indian society but despite our differences we are living together for many years.
  2. This has developed a feeling of oneness amongst us and this oneness has lead to unity in the Indian society.

(2) When do conflicts arise in society?

  1. Disputes and conflicts arise when there is lack of agreement in the opinion, ideas and views of the people.
  2. Just as there is cooperation in the society, so also at times there can be differences of opinion, disputes and conflicts.
  3. Prejudices and misconceptions about each other too can also lead to conflicts.

(3) What are the advantages of cooperation?

  1. Cooperation makes interdependence in society healthier and allows inclusion of everybody in the society.
  2. It is a process of inclusion and of moving ahead, taking along all the sections of society.

(4) You see two children quarrelling. What would you do?

  1. I will explain to the children that quarelling with one another is bad.
  2. I will advise them to resolve conflicts through understanding and with a spirit of friendship.
  3. I will explain to them the importance of tolerance.

(5) You are the Chief Minister of the school cabinet. What are the functions you would perform?

Answer: I would perform the following functions as the chief minister of the school cabinet:
Maintain discipline and order in school.
Ensure that the different committee members of the school cabinet are doing their duties well.
Coordinate with all the ministers to ensure that the day-to-day activities of the school are carried out in an organised manner.

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