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20. Give a few examples of public sector activities and explain why the government has taken them up. -SST 10th
Last Answer : Example of credit as an asset: During the festival season, a shoe manufacturer has received an - order of making shoes in bulk, within a month's time. To complete production, he hired some ... whereas in farmer's case credit pushes the borrower into a situation from which recovery is very painful.

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18. Using examples from your area compare and contrast that activities and functions of private and public sectors. -SST 10th
Last Answer : In the private sector, the assets and industries are owned by individuals and in the public sectors industries and enterprises are owned by the Government. Private sector works to earn profits and the ... private sector that we can see around us are IT companies, malls and multiplexes, etc.

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17. Explain the objective of implementing the NREGA 2005. -SST 10th
Last Answer : The National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, 2005 was introduced with an aim to ensure guaranteed 100 days of employment in a year to all those who are in need of work. It also ... left unemployed. Additional employment opportunities need to be created for people in villages and smaller towns.

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16. Compare the employment conditions prevailing in the organised and unorganised sectors. -SST 10th
Last Answer : In the organised sector, the employees are given higher wages, medical facilities, a healthy working environment and their jobs are permanent. They are not liable to look for a new source of ... for extra time is given, no medical facilities are provided and the work environment is unhealthy.

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15. How are the activities in the economy classified on the basis of employment conditions? -SST 10th
Last Answer : On the basis of the employment conditions, the economy can be classified into two sectors:Organised Sector: Enterprises registered under the Government of India, who have an employee-friendly ... Small and scattered units which are temporary. The employees in this sector are paid less.

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14. Workers are exploited in the unorganised sector. Do you agree with this view? Give reasons in support of your answer. -SST 10th
Last Answer : The unorganised sector is characterised by small and scattered units, which are largely outside the control of the government. There are rules and regulations but these are not followed. Jobs here are low ... . The biggest problem in working in this sector is that there is no job security.

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13. Service sector in India employs two different kinds of people. Who are these? -SST 10th
Last Answer : Service sector in India employs two different types of people. These people are:Highly Skilled labour, which includes teachers, bankers, IT officials, etc. These people are permanently ... Labour, which includes vendors, electricians, plumber, etc. These people are not permanently employed.

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12.“Tertiary sector is not playing any significant role in the development of Indian economy.” Do you agree? Give reasons in support of your answer. -SST 10th
Last Answer : No, this is not correct. The tertiary sector is playing a significant role in the development of the Indian Economy. In the year 2003, the tertiary sector replaced the primary sector ... the tertiary sector.This sector provides the maximum employment opportunities to the people in the country.

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What are pressure groups ? -SST 10th
Last Answer : An organisation which attempts to influence government policies through demonstrations, protests,etc. It is formed when people with similar opinions come together for achieving same objective. Eg: FEDCOR,bhartiya kisan union, BAMCEF

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How the dignity of the women be safeguarded? -SST 10th
Last Answer : the right to vote reserving their seats during elections giving them quota in decision making bodies of parties avoiding discrimnation based on gender. prohibiting crimes against wome

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How do the large companies manipulate the market? -SST 10th
Last Answer : Big companies project their company products at the best by generating false information regarding the other small rival companies selling the same products. They can take the help of media to attract customers

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can u pls provide the important questions for eco ..... -SST 10th
Last Answer : THIS IS SECOND CHAPTER Lesson - 2 Sectors of the Indian Economy Q.1During the period between 1973 to2003, the production has increased most in the (a) primary sector (b) secondary sector (c) tertiary sector (d) all the three sectors Q.2 ... key of MCQ: 1. (c) 2. (b) 3. (C) 4. (a) 5. ( c) 6( a)

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write a small note on Bharathiya janata party -SST 10th
Last Answer : The Bharatiya Janata Party is today the most prominent member of the family of organisations known as the 'Sangh Parivar' and nurtured by the Rashtria Swyamsevak Sangh (RSS). Like the RSS, the BJP is ... of Maharana Pratap, of a Shivaji and of a Guru Govind Singh are testimony to the Indian spirit.

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write a small note on indian national congress -SST 10th
Last Answer : The Indian National Congress founded in 1885 was the institutionalized form of emergent Indian nationalism. It was the first organized expression of Indian nationalism on an all-India scale.

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why was ' Zollverien introduced ' ? describe its advantages -SST 10th
Last Answer : It was formed in the initiative of Prussia and joined by most of German states. The union abolished tariff barrier and reduced the number of currencies from over 30 to 2

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national alineg whit impearlism led europe to disaster in 1914 ' . Explain the statement with suitable examples. -SST 10th
Last Answer : 1. Nationalism culminated into imperialism in the last quarter of the 19th century. 2. The Balkans in Europe after 1871 3. The Balkans comprised modern-day Romania, Bulgaria, ... the world started to oppose imperial domination. The anti-imperialist movements developed as nationalist movements.

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what are the challenges faced by political party . -SST 10th
Last Answer : 1) The parties r lacking internal democracy, which keep s many prospective leaders deprived of their right s 2) There have been dynastic successions in manypolitical parties. This often deprives the ... differences among them. So, there is a lack of meaningful choice before the voter's.

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state any two advantages of multiparty system . In which way is an alliance different from coalition. -SST 10th
Last Answer : Hi! ALL THE BEST FOR UR EXAMS

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state the conditions as laid down by the election commision to recognize a state party and national party. -SST 10th
Last Answer : Here is ur answer,

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In britain the formation of nation , state was the result of a long drawn out proccess . explain this proccess with example . -SST 10th
Last Answer : 1. The story of nationalism in Britain is different from other nations in Europe because it was not a result of sudden upheaval or revolution but a long process of struggle. 2. Prior to 18 th ... Act of Union 1808 : - Ireland was forcibly incorporated into the UK vOTE UP PLZZ HOPE THIS HELPZ

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suggest some measures for the industrial development of Assam -SST 10th
Last Answer : Assam's economy has to accelerate and catch up with the rest of the country. Assam has come to a state where this seems possible. Infrastructure is in a better shape in terms of roads and ... What should we do now that is different and would lead to better results? These are critical questions.

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Access the importance of forest resources in the economic development of Assam -SST 10th
Last Answer : Assam's economy is fundamentally based on agriculture. Over 70 percent of the state's population relies on agriculture as farmers, as agricultural laborers, or both for their livelihood. A majority of state's population, ... in selected areas first, due to the cost factor. Thanks............!!!

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What is a political party? -SST 10th
Last Answer : A political party is a group of people who come together to contest elections & hold power in the government . They agree on some policies & programmes 4 the society with a view to promote the collective good.

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Discuss how rainwater harvesting in semi-arid regions of Rajasthan is carried out. -SST 10th
Last Answer : (i) Houses in the semi arid regions of Rajasthan have traditionally constructed tanks for storing drinking water. They are big and are a part of the well-developed rooftop rainwater ... compulsory for all the houses to have rooftop rainwater harvesting structures. Defaulters are severely punished.

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Suggest some reforms to strengthen parties so that they perform their functions well? -SST 10th
Last Answer : Suggestions to reform political parties (a) It should be made mandatory for political parties to regulate that internal affair. It should be made compulsory for political parties in maintain a ... movements can play an important role by pressurizing parties to bring in reforms in their functioning.

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What is a pressure group?Give examples -SST 10th
Last Answer : एक दबाव समूह के विरोध और प्रदर्शनों के माध्यम से सरकार की नीतियों को प्रभावित करने का प्रयास करता है जो एक संगठन है। इसी तरह की राय के साथ लोगों को समान उद्देश्यों के लिए एक साथ मिलता है जब दबाव समूहों का गठन कर रहे हैं। दबाव समूहों के उदाहरण FEDECOR और बामसेफ हैं।

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What would be the time of the following cities if the time at Prime Meridian is 10am 1. Delhi(82 degree 30 minutes East) 2.Tokyo(145 degree East) 3. Cairo(94 degree East) 4. Paris(2 degree 30 minutes East) -SST 10th
Last Answer : India is 1:30 hrs ahead of Moscow. Therefore, time in Moscow will be 8:45 A.M. at 10:15 A.M. in New Delhi but if Moscow would have been 2.5 hrs ahead, the time in Moscow would have been 7:45 A.M. at 10:15 A.M. in New Delhi.

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How technical and economic devlopmented the resourses over cunsumption? -SST 10th
Last Answer : तकनीकी और आर्थिक विकास के लिए संसाधनों की वजह से अधिक खपत की ओर जाता है: प्रौद्योगिकी के क्षेत्र में एक सुधार है, जिससे और अधिक संसाधनों का इस्तेमाल कर रही एक उत्पादन में वृद्धि हो जाती ... खरीदार को प्रेरित करता है। आर्थिक विकास के लिए प्रौद्योगिकी को पनपने के लिए अनुकूल वातावरण प्रदान करता है

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State the role of standardisation in consumer protection. -SST 10th
Last Answer : Activity of establishing, with regard to actual or potential problems, provisions for common and repeated use, aimed at the achievement of the optimum degree of order in a given context is the role of standardization in consumer protection.

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specify the role of women in anti imperialist movement? -SST 10th
Last Answer : (i) Women in Vietnam traditionally enjoyed greater equality than in China. (ii) As the nationalist movement grew, the status of women emerged with a new image of womanhood. (iii) Writers and ... nationalist politics. (v) This rebellion marked the arrival of the new women in the Vietnamese society.

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how was the scholars revolt in 1868 materialised ? -SST 10th
Last Answer : From the 18th century, many religious movements were hostile to the Western presence. An early movement against French control and spread of Christianity was the Scholars Revolt in 1868. This revolt ... crushed the movement but this uprising served to inspire other patriots to rise up against them.

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how could reinterpretation of history create a feeling of nationalism? -SST 10th
Last Answer : By the end of the 19th century many Indians began feeling that to instill a sense of pride in the nation Indian history had to be thought about differently. The British saw Indians as ... great achievements in the past and struggle to change the miserable conditions of life under British rule.

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How can you explain political equality in democracy? -SST 10th
Last Answer : In Democracy, Political equality means that everyone is treated in the same way in the political sphere. This means, among other things, that everyone has the same status under the ... any political office.This is fairly self explanatory and generally applied in democratic countries. Thanks!!

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How can you tell that solar energy can be extensively used in INDIA ? Explain. -SST 10th
Last Answer : Renewable energy is the energy that comes from replenishable energy sources such as sunlight, wind, etc. There is a large potential for renewable energy in India. It has been estimated that ... irradiation map of India. therefore we can say that solar energy can be extensively used in India.

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explain the three challenges of democracy? -SST 10th
Last Answer : There are three major categories of challenges that a democracy faces - 1. Foundational challenge 2. Challenge of expansion 3. Challenge of deepening of democracy. The foundational challenges faced by ... all the units of federation and inclusion of women and minority groups. Thanks!!....

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explain the three outcomes of democracy? -SST 10th
Last Answer : Accountable, responsive and legitimate government The most basic outcome of democracy is that it produces a government that is accountable to the citizens, and responsive to the needs and expectations of the citizens. Democratic ... be seen in every sphere of life. Thanks..... hope helped u.......

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who wrote the play based on the lives of trang ? class 10 social CBSE -SST 10th
Last Answer : Phan Boi Chau

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explain stages of resource planning -SST 10th
Last Answer : Resource planning is a technique or skill of proper utilisation of resources. As the resources are limited and unevenly distributed over the country their planning is essential. Resource planning comprises three stages: (i) ... and reuse of the sources. hope it helps u........ Thanks.....!!!

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about legislature ,executive and judiciary -SST 10th
Last Answer : legislature- is the law-making body of a political unit, usually a national government, that has power to amend and repeal public policy. Laws enacted by legislatures are known as legislation. 1. ... state. The judiciary also provides a mechanism for the resolution of disputes. thanks.........

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how did the ethinic groups are accomadated in belgium -SST 10th
Last Answer : why only for abhi? why don't other users.

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what is under employment -SST 10th
Last Answer : Labor that falls under the underemployment classification includes those workers that are highly skilled but working in low paying jobs, workers that are highly skilled but work in low skill jobs and part-time workers that would prefer to be full-time. thanks.......

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Discuss various relief features in india -SST 10th
Last Answer : here's ur answer........ The relief features of India are : The Himalayas are geologically young fold mountains covering the northern border of India. The Himalayan range is the highest and the most ... of islands The Lakshadweep Islands group, and The Andaman and Nicobar Islands. thanks.........

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Give three arguments in favor and against of power sharing? -SST 10th
Last Answer : disadvantages of power sharing are: 1. It leads to a feeling between citizens that the sharing of power leads to division of power which makes a country weaker than it would be if power rested ... public policies. 8. People rule themselves through institution of self goverenance. thanks..........

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Comment on the following topics: (about 50 words each) -SST 10th
Last Answer : 1.Jallianwala bagh hatyakand:- Jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar, is a large open space enclosed on three sides by buildings with only one exit. The wholesale slaughter at Jallianwala Bagh horrified the whole country. Thousands ... Sabarmati Ashram.it is also known as tha salt march. thanks........... .

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what are things that are important in our lives yet we cannot measure them easily? -SST 10th
Last Answer : which subject is this even related to ....................... ???? O_O

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Write the important characteristics of the federal government system? -SST 10th
Last Answer : see the link below, go through it........ https://www.studylecturenotes.com/social-sciences/law/449-characteristics-of-federalism thanks..........

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Why ground water is overused ?Can there be development without overuse? -SST 10th
Last Answer : Declining ground water is a major problem for us , these days. - Over population in some areas. - Overwhelming Industrialization and Urbanization. - Poor irrigation facilities, which ... fair share of resources. Promoting sustainable development can to lots to preserve ground water levels.

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Is crude oil essential for the development process in a country ? why ? -SST 10th
Last Answer : It would be hard to imagine an economy developing without oil and natural gas, because it is the basis of every industrialized economy on Earth right now. Crude oil provides 97% of the energy for ... of these things. This would place you back in time more than 100 years in terms of technology.

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What is sustainable development? What are the strategies that can be followed in order to ensure sustainability of developments? -SST 10th
Last Answer : International and national bodies have set out broad principles of sustainable development. Resolution 42/187 of the United Nations General Assembly defined sustainable development as meeting ... they respond to the different opportunites for achieving sustainable development in different areas.

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the most asked questions in 9th and 10th -SST 10th
Last Answer : 1) what is a resource ? 2) difference between biotc and abiotic resouce 3) what is democracy ?

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