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Lesson Posted on 16 Mar CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies

What are the major issues of concern to adivasis today?

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It connotes the political awareness and the assertion of rights Living in impoverished and exploited circumstances Denied access to forest and forced them to migrate in search of wage labour Government’s monopoly over forests continued even after independence. ‘internal colonialism... read more
  • It connotes the political awareness and the assertion of rights 
  • Living in impoverished and exploited circumstances 
  • Denied access to forest and forced them to migrate in search of wage labour 
  • Government’s monopoly over forests continued even after independence. 
  • ‘internal colonialism ’ faced by the tribals in the name of national development, mining industries 
  • Displaced from their land without appropriate compensation or rehabilitation, (projects such as Sardar Sarovar dam, Polavaram dam etc)
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Lesson Posted on 17 Mar CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies

Examine the emergence, demands and success of BKU as one of the leading popular movement of India.

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The emergence of BKU :Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) is an organisation of farmers from western UP and Haryana regions. It is one of the leading farmers’ movements to protest against the policies of liberalisation of the Indian economy. The Meerut agitation of farmers was a great show of rural farmers... read more
The emergence of BKU :

Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) is an organisation of farmers from western UP and Haryana regions. It is one of the leading farmers’ movements to protest against the policies of liberalisation of the Indian economy. The Meerut agitation of farmers was a great show of rural farmers and cultivators.

Demands of BKU

i. Higher government floor prices for sugarcane and wheat.

ii. Guaranteed supply of electricity at reasonable rates.

iii. To wave off repayments of loans due on farmers.

iv. To provide government pension to farmers.

v. Abolition of restrictions on the interstate movement of farm produce.

Extent of Success

i. BKU became the most successful social movement. It sustained for a long time due to clan networks among its members. These networks mobilised funds, resources and activities of BKU.

ii. Since this farmers movement was directed against state policies, no political party could afford to displease them. The government was forced to reduce water and electricity rates for farmers. There were announcements about waiving loans advanced by nationalised banks to the poor peasants.
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Lesson Posted on 10 Mar CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies

Exemplify the different kinds of urbanisation witnessed in India in the first two decades after independence.

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M.S.A. Rao identified the impact of urban influence on many Indian villages. Villages where sizebale population are employed in far off cities or in overseas towns, leaving behind the members of their families in their natal villages. For example many overseas migrants from villages of Gujarat... read more

M.S.A. Rao identified the impact of urban influence on many Indian villages. 

  • Villages where sizebale population are employed in far off cities or in overseas towns, leaving behind the members of their families in their natal villages. For example many overseas migrants from villages of Gujarat living in African or British towns have built fashionable houses in their natal villages and invested money on land and industry. 
  • Villages situated near industrial towns like Bhilai and Bokaro are totally uprooted while the lands of others are partially acquired. When an industrial town like Bhilai comes up in midst of the villages some villages are totally uprooted while the land of many others are partially acquired. 
  • The growth of metropolitan cities impacts the surrounding villages where few are totally absorbed in the process of expansion only the land of many others, excluding the inhabited area, is used for urban development. For example Delhi, Mumbai. 
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Lesson Posted on 10 Mar CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies

Competing interests do not always reflect clear class divide. Exemplify.

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Operate interest on the India social scene and clamour for control of the state resources. Empowerment of the poor and the marginalized, poverty alleviation and ending of the caste. The issue of the closure of factory because it emits toxic waste and affect the health of those around. This is... read more
  1. Operate interest on the India social scene and clamour for control of the state resources. 
  2. Empowerment of the poor and the marginalized, poverty alleviation and ending of the caste. 
  3. The issue of the closure of factory because it emits toxic waste and affect the health of those around. This is a matter of life which the constitution protects. 
  4. Closure of the factory will render people jobless. Livelihood again is a matter of life that the constitution protects.
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Lesson Posted on 10 Mar CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies

Process of sanskritisation encourages inequalities and discrimination. Explain with examples.

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Assumption that upper caste as being superior hence to be imitated. Justification of the practice of inequality and exclusion as marked privileges of upper castes hence a discriminatory system. Process that is gendered – though progressive for men, upper caste practices like purdah system,... read more

 

  • Assumption that upper caste as being superior hence to be imitated. 
  • Justification of the practice of inequality and exclusion as marked privileges of upper castes hence a discriminatory system. 
  • Process that is gendered – though progressive for men, upper caste practices like purdah system, low age of marriage dowry in place of bride price are regressive as far as women are concerned. 
  • Erosion of Dalit culture would be an expected outcome

 

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Lesson Posted on 10 Mar CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies

Do you think that globalisation is a threat to many indigenous crafts and literary traditions and knowledge...

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Threat to indigenous craft and literary traditions- Modern development even prior to the stage of globalization made inroads into the traditional cultural forms and occupations based on them. Traditional crafts of weaving are dying out, unable to compete with power looms. There were a large... read more

Threat to indigenous craft and literary traditions- 

  • Modern development even prior to the stage of globalization made inroads into the traditional cultural forms and occupations based on them. 
  • Traditional crafts of weaving are dying out, unable to compete with power looms. 
  • There were a large number of suicides by traditional weavers. 
  • Similarly, attempts to patent the use of Haldi, rudraksh, basmati by multinational companies have highlighted the need for protecting the base of its indigenous knowledge systems.
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Lesson Posted on 10 Mar CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies

Discuss the impact of globalisation on culture.

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Impact of Globalization on culture- Globalisation of culture refers to mixing of the global with the local. Foreign firms use this globalization to deal with local traditions to enhance their marketability. Cultural consumption (arts, food, fashion, music, tourism) shapes the growth of the cities... read more

Impact of Globalization on culture- 

  • Globalisation of culture refers to mixing of the global with the local. Foreign firms use this globalization to deal with local traditions to enhance their marketability. 
  • Cultural consumption (arts, food, fashion, music, tourism) shapes the growth of the cities to a large extent. 
  • Corporate culture increases productivity and competitiveness through the creation of a unique organizational culture involving all the members of firm. 
  • Threat to indigenous craft and literary traditions.
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Lesson Posted on 10 Mar CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies

What are the reasons for the amazing growth in Indian language newspapers?

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Rise in the number of literate people who are migrating to cities. The needs of the readers in the small towns and villages are different from that of the cities and Indian language newspaper cater to their needs by adopting advanced use of printing technologies. Provides supplements, pull out... read more

 

  • Rise in the number of literate people who are migrating to cities. 
  • The needs of the readers in the small towns and villages are different from that of the cities and Indian language newspaper cater to their needs by adopting advanced use of printing technologies. 
  • Provides supplements, pull out literary booklets. 
  • Consumer contact programmes e.g. by Dainik Bhasker group. 
  • Door to door surveys and research

 

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Lesson Posted on 10 Mar CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies

Identify how mass media is a part of our everyday life.

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Mass media is a part of our life- In many middle class households across the country people wake up to put on the radio switch on the TV look for the morning newspaper. The younger generation of the same household may first glance at their mobile phones to check missed calls. Plumbers, electricians... read more

Mass media is a part of our life- 

  • In many middle class households across the country people wake up to put on the radio switch on the TV look for the morning newspaper. 
  • The younger generation of the same household may first glance at their mobile phones to check missed calls. 
  • Plumbers, electricians carpenters and other service providers in urban centers have a mobile phone where they can be easily connected. 
  • Indians abroad keep regular touch with friend and families back home over the internet and telephones.
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Lesson Posted on 10 Mar CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies

Trace the emergence of BJP as a significant force in Indian politics since 1980s.

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Since late 1980s, BJP’s political support started gaining strength. Since then its rise has been impressive indeed. The major trends in the electoral performance of BJP since 1989 have been quite significant. Its political ideology has also gained widespread support. Electoral performance a.... read more

Since late 1980s, BJP’s political support started gaining strength. Since then its rise has been impressive indeed. The major trends in the electoral performance of BJP since 1989 have been quite significant. Its political ideology has also gained widespread support. 

Electoral performance 

a. In the elections of 1989, the National Front under Sh. VP Singh came to power supported by left front and BJP from outside because they wanted to keep congress out of power. This government due to coalition pressures came to an end in 1990. In 1996, BJP minority government was formed for a short period and collapsed as it failed to generate majority of support. From March 1998 to October 1999, BJP and others formed an alliance NDA under the leadership of Sh. Atal Bihari Vajpayee. In 1999, midterm elections NDA alliance led by BJP came to power. In the Sixteenth Lok Sabha elections held in 2014, BJP won 282 seats and formed the government under the leadership of Sh. Narendra Modi. 

b. BJP’s Hindutva Ideology : BJP’s Hindutva ideology has received large support from different stratas of Indian Society. Its stand on Shah Bano Case and later support on construction of Ram temple at Ayodhya disputed area brought huge electoral success for BJP. BJP also organizes ‘Rath Yatra’ from Somnath in Gujarat to Ayodhya in UP. This also increased the popularity of BJP. 

c. BJP’s support for new economic policies – liberalization and globalization has led to huge economic development for India. Moreover, BJP’s stand against corruption has also helped in gaining support from the masses. 

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