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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 1 – On Equality – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 1 - On Equality Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on On Equality, Civics Question bank on On Equalityfor seventh standard, On Equality class 7 questions answers, Fill in the blanks, True and False, Which was the first state in India to introduce midday meal scheme? What is Joothan? Why do you think the Ansaris were being treated unequally? What do you understand by ‘dignity’? What are common forms of inequality that exist in India? What is the midday meal programme? What property dealer suggested to Mr. Ansari? What are the factors on the basis of which inequality is being practiced in India? Why do you think Omprakash Valmiki was being treated unequally by his teacher and his classmates? What is constitution? Why people do not consider Dalit as equal, even though law says it? Why universal adult franchise is important in a democracy? List the two ways in which the government has tried to implement the equality that is guaranteed in the Constitution. Write a short note on equality in Indian democracy?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 1 – On Equality – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 1 - On Equality Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on On Equality, Civics Question bank on On Equalityfor seventh standard, On Equality class 7 questions answers, What does the civil rights act of 1964 state? In a democracy why is universal adult franchise important? How African–Americans were treated prior to movement in the late 1950s to push for equal rights for African– Americans? How did B.R. Ambedkar view self-respect? What was Civil Rights Movement? In what ways was Omprakash Valmiki’s experience similar to that of the Ansaris? What is a disability act passed in 1995? List three benefits of the midday meal programme. Establishing equality in a democratic society is a continuous struggle. Comment, What are the provisions made in the constitution for the recognition of equality? Re-read the box on Article 15 and state two ways in which this Article addresses inequality? What do you understand by the term “all persons are equal before the law”? Why do you think it is important in a democracy?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 2 – Role of the Government in Health– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 2 - Role of the Government in Health Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Role of the Government in Health, Civics Question bank on Role of the Government in Health for seventh standard, Role of the Government in Health class 7 questions answers, Fill in the blanks, True and False, Give some water borne diseases. What do you mean by public health? Who runs public health care system? In what kind of hospital patients see long queues? What does RMPs stand for? What do people in democratic country expect from the government? What do you mean by living standard? What are communicable diseases? What are the factors that affect our health? Why did Hakim Sheikh and PBKMS file a case in the court? What happened to Hakim Sheik? What is OPD? Why are women not taken to a doctor in a prompt manner? What do you understand by public healthcare system? What do you mean by medical tourists?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 2 – Role of the Government in Health– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 2 - Role of the Government in Health Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Role of the Government in Health, Civics Question bank on Role of the Government in Health for seventh standard, Role of the Government in Health class 7 questions answers, What did the court ask the state government in Hakim Sheik case and why? How can we prevent and treat illnesses? What do village health workers do? Why government hospitals are less expensive as compared to private hospitals? In order to earn more money, these private services encourage practices that are incorrect. Comment Why are poor people more likely to fall ill? What are the functions of public health system? What are the important aspects of public health system? What are the different ways through which the government can take steps to provide healthcare for all? Discuss. ‘Improvement in water and sanitation can control many diseases.’ Explain with the help of examples.

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 2 – Role of the Government in Health– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 2 - Role of the Government in Health Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Role of the Government in Health, Civics Question bank on Role of the Government in Health for seventh standard, Role of the Government in Health class 7 questions answers, What the court said in Hakim Sheik’s case? What were the major changes made by Kerala government in 1996? Is adequate healthcare available to all? What is health? What are the positive aspects of healthcare in India? What are the negative aspects of healthcare in India?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 2 – Role of the Government in Health– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 4

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 2 - Role of the Government in Health Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Role of the Government in Health, Civics Question bank on Role of the Government in Health for seventh standard, Role of the Government in Health class 7 questions answers, Write a note on the Costa Rican approach. Differentiate between public health services and private health services. Why pay taxes to the government?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 3 – How the State Government Works– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 3 - How the State Government Works Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on How the State Government Works, Civics Question bank on How the State Government Works for seventh standard, How the State Government Works class 7 questions answers, Fill in the blanks, True and False, What is the full form of MLA? Who is the head of the State? Where are laws for entire country made? Who appoints 'Governor of state'? Who is the executive head of state in India? How many levels of government are there and what are they? Why is the governor of state appointed? Name some departments of government. What do you know about wallpaper project? Why do people in a democratic setup organise meetings? What is a Legislative Assembly? What do you understand by the word ‘government’? What do you mean by the word legislature? What does coalition government mean? Name some political parties of India. When did Telangana become an official state? What is the role of opposition parties in the government?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 3 – How the State Government Works– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 3 - How the State Government Works Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on How the State Government Works, Civics Question bank on How the State Government Works for seventh standard, How the State Government Works class 7 questions answers, Who have the responsibility of running various government departments and ministries? Why the chief minister and the minister for health has visited Patalpuram district? What is the purpose of a press conference? What does the term constituency mean? Define the term press conference. Explain the following terms–majority, ruling party, opposition. Why should decisions taken by the Chief Minister and other ministers be debated in the Legislative Assembly? Who becomes a chief minister? What is his or her role in a state? How does the press conference help you get information on what the government is doing? Use the terms ‘constituency’ and ‘represent’ to explain who an MLA is and how is the person elected? In the working of the government, explain the difference between being an MLA and an MLA who is also a minister?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 3 – How the State Government Works– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 3 - How the State Government Works Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on How the State Government Works, Civics Question bank on How the State Government Works for seventh standard, How the State Government Works class 7 questions answers, How does a government function in a state? How do the people in power like the chief minister and the minister take action? How did some MLAs become Ministers? Explain. What is the difference between the work that MLAs do in the Assembly and the work done by government departments? What is the process of formation of government in a state? What was the problem in Patalpuram? What discussion/action was taken by the following? Fill in the table.

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 4 – Growing up as Boys and Girls– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 4 - Growing up as Boys and Girls Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Growing up as Boys and Girls, Civics Question bank on Growing up as Boys and Girls for seventh standard, Growing up as Boys and Girls class 7 questions answers, Fill in the blanks, True and False, Why domestic workers' wages are often very low? Mention the most important activity on the Samoan Islands in 1920s. What do we teach boys and girls from a very young age? Why do girls like to go to school together in groups? Were Harmeet and Shonali correct in saying that Harmeet’s mother did not work? “As these girls walked on the streets, they looked so purposeful.” What it means? What is the daily schedule of a domestic worker? How are domestic workers treated by their employers? Where are the Samoan islands located? Why are girls and boys given different toys to play with? What are the expected responsibilities of women in the family? Define the term Double-burden. Why do you think that men and boys generally do not do housework?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 4 – Growing up as Boys and Girls– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 4 - Growing up as Boys and Girls Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Growing up as Boys and Girls, Civics Question bank on Growing up as Boys and Girls for seventh standard, Growing up as Boys and Girls class 7 questions answers, “The work women do is strenuous and physically demanding.” Explain why? How was the girls' school in Madhya Pradesh in the 1960s designed differently from boys’ school? Why does our society devalue the housework women do? Why Harmeet think that her mother did not work? If you have someone working as a domestic help in your house or locality talk to her and find out a little bit more about her life – Who are her family members? Where is her home? How many hours does she work? How much does she get paid? Write a small story based on these details. Critically evaluate life of domestic workers. Discuss the hardships faced by the domestic workers. What role was assigned to young boys and girls in the Samoan islands? Discuss the initiatives taken by the government to promote equality between the male or female.

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 4 – Growing up as Boys and Girls– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 4 - Growing up as Boys and Girls Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Growing up as Boys and Girls, Civics Question bank on Growing up as Boys and Girls for seventh standard, Growing up as Boys and Girls class 7 questions answers, Make a list of toys and games that boys typically play and another for girls. If there is a difference between the two lists, can you think of some reasons why this is so? Does this have any relationship to the roles children have to play as adults? Explain the term Identity, Care-giving and De-valued. Housework is invisible and unpaid work. Housework is physically demanding. Housework is time consuming. Write in your own words what is meant by the terms ‘invisible’, ‘physically demanding’, and ‘time consuming’? Give one example of each based on the household tasks undertaken by women in your home. How growing up in Samoa was different from other societies in the 1920s? Are the statements given alongside true or false? Support your answer with the use of an example – a. All societies do not think similarly about the roles that boys and girls play. b.Our society does not make distinctions between boys and girls when they are growing up. c.Women who stay at home do not work. d. The work that women do is less valued than that of men.

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 5 – Women Change the World – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 5 - Women Change the World Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Women Change the World, Civics Question bank on Women Change the World for seventh standard, Women Change the World class 7 questions answers, Fill in the blanks, True and False, Who wrote Amar Jiban? Why Satyarani's daughter was murdered? Why was Satyarani? When is International Women's Day celebrated? What agricultural work women do? What percentage of women in India engaged in agricultural work? What are the various means of raising awareness among the people? How did Laxmi Lakra break the stereotype that only men could be engine drivers? Which is the first known autobiography written by an Indian woman? What led some women to question the situation of women in society? Who is Laxmi Lakra? What do women do on international women's day? Why it is believed that women make better nurses? How did Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain learn to read and write Bangla and English? “When we think of a farmer we only think of a man.” Explain why? Why do many girls drop out of school? Why was Ramabai given the title ‘Pandita’?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 5 – Women Change the World – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 5 - Women Change the World Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Women Change the World, Civics Question bank on Women Change the World for seventh standard, Women Change the World class 7 questions answers, Why women were not seen as potters? What did Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain do for other girls? Who was Rashsundari Devi? What did she write in her autobiography? Mention any two stereotypes, about what women can or cannot do. What are some of the pressures that boys experience? Why does government of India conduct census every 10 years? What is Sultana’s Dream about? List one reason why learning the alphabet was so important to women like Rashsundari Devi, Ramabai and Rokeya? What do you understand Women’s Movement? Who set up a mission in Khedgaon near Pune in 1898? What was the mission about? How did the mission help the women?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 5 – Women Change the World – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 5 - Women Change the World Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Women Change the World, Civics Question bank on Women Change the World for seventh standard, Women Change the World class 7 questions answers,“Rashsundari Devi was not a superstitious woman”. Discuss. Mention the changes that occurred with emergence of new ideas about education and learning in 19th century? How do you think stereotypes, about what women can or cannot do, affect women’s right to equality? Why was Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain stopped from learning Bangla and English? How did she learn these languages? Write short note about Rashsundari Devi and her contribution to society in improving women situation. Though literacy rates have increased since independence then what is the major concern? Write brief note about Ramabai? Give a brief life sketch of Laxmi Lakara?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 5 – Women Change the World – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 4

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 5 - Women Change the World Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Women Change the World, Civics Question bank on Women Change the World for seventh standard, Women Change the World class 7 questions answers, Why do you think that the percentage of Adivasi girls and boys leaving school is higher than that of any other group? “Poor girls drop out of school because they are not interested in getting an education.” Re-read the last paragraph on page 62 and explain why this statement is not true. Can you describe two methods of struggle that the women’s movement used to raise issues? If you had to organise a struggle against stereotypes, about what women can or cannot do, what method would you employ from the ones that you have read about? Why would you choose this particular method? Explain the term Stereotype, Discrimination, Violation and Sexual harassment.

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 6 – Understanding Media – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 6 - Understanding Media Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Understanding Media, Civics Question bank on Understanding Media for seventh standard, Understanding Media class 7 questions answers, Fill in the blanks, True and False, Give some examples of print media. Give some examples of mass media. Give some examples of electronic media. How do you think television influences us? Name the word that is often used to collectively refer to the radio, TV, newspapers, Internet and several other forms of communication. Why do you think newspapers are called print media? Give examples of local media. What is broadcast? What is censorship? Why we need to analyse the news? Mention one way in which mass media earns money. Why are some advertisements shown repeatedly on the television screen? What is a balanced report? What does media's close relationship with business often mean? How much does it cost to advertise on a news channel? Why it is important to know both sides of the story?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 6 – Understanding Media – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 6 - Understanding Media Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Understanding Media, Civics Question bank on Understanding Media for seventh standard, Understanding Media class 7 questions answers, How television is like a ‘window on the world’? What do you found most useful about internet? What do you mean by ‘public protest’? What is an independent media? What is mass media? Why media is not interested in covering small issues that involve ordinary people and their daily lives? How people express their dissatisfaction to any of the government’s action or plan? “Television gives us a partial view of the world”. Comment Why is it important to have independent media? Why media is no longer considered independent? What do the word media mean? Why do media sometimes focus on only one side of the story? How has television brought the world closer to us?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 6 – Understanding Media – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 6 - Understanding Media Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Understanding Media, Civics Question bank on Understanding Media for seventh standard, Understanding Media class 7 questions answers, How media and money are interrelated? “Most television channels and newspapers are part of big business houses”. Explain why? In what ways does the media play an important role in a democracy? How does technology affect the media industry? Can you give this diagram a title? What do you understand about the link between media and big business from this diagram? You have read about the ways in which the media ‘sets the agenda’. What kind of effect does this have in a democracy? Provide two examples to support your point of view. How can we say that media is far from freedom? Explain the meaning and importance of local media with the help of an example.

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 7 – Understanding Advertising– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 7 - Understanding Advertising Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Understanding Advertising, Civics Question bank on Understanding Advertising for seventh standard, Understanding Advertising class 7 questions answers, What is branding? When is the consumer confused? What do advertising makes us believe about packaged food? How are brand values conveyed? How do people feel about the advertising of the brands they cannot afford? Why we need to understand the ways in which advertisements work? Why branded daals cost much more than daals that are sold loose? What do advertisements do? What do you understand by social advertisements? What do the advertisers do to convince the consumer? Why we feel tempted to buy the products when it is advertised by our heroes or cricketers? Write any one drawback of advertising. Discuss the social and cultural impact of advertisements. “Advertisements aim to get people to buy a particular brand.” What does it mean? Why companies have to show the advertisements again and again? What role do advertisements play in our lives? Where does the word branding come from?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 7 – Understanding Advertising– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 7 - Understanding Advertising Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Understanding Advertising, Civics Question bank on Understanding Advertising for seventh standard, Understanding Advertising class 7 questions answers, Do you think there is a problem in using the image of the mother as the only person who takes care of the child in the Care Soap advertisement? Why do you think the manufacturers of the soap gave their products a specific name? What do companies do in case there are two brands of similar products? What brand values are used by the two daals namely 'Top Taste Daal’ and 'Best Taste Daal'? Why do you think the manufacturers of the daal gave their products a specific name? “Only large companies can advertise.” Explain. What do you understand by the word brand? List two reasons why building brands is central to advertising? How Care Soap advertisement uses personal emotion to get people to buy the product?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 7 – Understanding Advertising– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 7 - Understanding Advertising Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Understanding Advertising, Civics Question bank on Understanding Advertising for seventh standard, Understanding Advertising class 7 questions answers, Define the following terms: Product, Consumer, Brand, To influence and Lifestyle. What are the drawbacks of advertisements? What are the common problems faced by small businessmen in this age of advertisements? Choose two of your favourite print advertisements. Now, look at each of these and answer the following questions: a. What visuals and text is being used in these advertisements to attract my attention? b. What values are being promoted in these advertisements? c. Who is this advertisement speaking to and who is it leaving out? d. If you could not afford the brand that is being advertised how would you feel? Can you explain the ways in which you think advertising affects issues of equality in a democracy?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 8 – Markets Around Us– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 8 - Markets Around Us Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Markets Around Us, Civics Question bank on Markets Around Us for seventh standard, Markets Around Us class 7 questions answers, Fill in the blanks, True/False, Who is Aftab in the chapter? Why is weekly market so called? Name some roadside stalls. What is wholesale market? How buyers are differently placed? Why is there a competition among the shops in the weekly market? Why branded goods are expensive as compared to non-branded goods? Why fewer people can afford to buy branded goods? Why don’t we buy directly from the factory or from the farm? Who is a retailer? Give some examples. How are shops in neighborhood useful to us? Why are goods sold in permanent shops costlier than those sold in the weekly markets or by roadside hawkers? Why is a wholesale trader necessary?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 8 – Markets Around Us– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 8 - Markets Around Us Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Markets Around Us, Civics Question bank on Markets Around Us for seventh standard, Markets Around Us class 7 questions answers, Who are the sellers in a weekly market? Why don’t we find big business persons in these markets? What are the different kinds of shops that you find in your neighbourhood? What do you purchase from them? Who is Sameer in the chapter and what does he do? ‘Buying and selling can take place without going to a marketplace.’ Explain this statement with the help of examples. Why do you think the guard wanted to stop Kavita and Sujata from entering the shop? What would you say if someone stops you from entering a shop in a market? Why do people not bargain in shops located in malls whereas they bargain in weekly markets? Write a short note on shopping complexes and malls. From where do you think shop-owners procure their goods?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 8 – Markets Around Us– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 8 - Markets Around Us Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Markets Around Us, Civics Question bank on Markets Around Us for seventh standard, Markets Around Us class 7 questions answers, Is there equality in the market? Justify your answer with the help of suitable example. Write about Aftab - The wholesaler in the city. ‘All persons have equal rights to visit any shop in a marketplace.’ Do you think this is true of shops with expensive products? Explain with examples. Why do people go to a weekly market? Give three reasons. In what ways is a hawker different from a shop owner? Compare and contrast a weekly market and a shopping complex.

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 7 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 8 – Markets Around Us– Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 4

      Tags: CBSE Class 7 - Civics – Chapter 8 - Markets Around Us Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 7th, Social Science Political science, CBSE Grade VII free Worksheets PDF on Markets Around Us, Civics Question bank on Markets Around Us for seventh standard, Markets Around Us class 7 questions answers, Explain how a chain of markets is formed. What purpose does it serve? Why are things cheap in the weekly market? Explain with an example how people bargain in the market. Can you think of a situation where the bargain would be unfair?

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