Child rights and child protection - class-VIII
POSCO act is gender ________.
POSCO that is protection of child from sexual offences are gender neutral act.
______ was abolished by the act of 1829.
Sati was a practice of the early Hindu society where the widow had to sacrifice herself by burning alive on the funeral pyre of her husband.
What are people who move from place to place called?
The earliest people used to live in small groups in the caves or under trees or rocks. They did not build houses. Actually they led a mobile life, constantly moving from one place to another. People who regularly move from place to place are called Nomads.
RTC comes under which articles?
RTE that is education comes under rticle 21 a of the junction constitution.
Sri Lankan Tamils launched a struggle for
Tamil natives of Sri Lanka are called
The factor which led to the civil war in Sri Lanka is
Which of the following state first approved transgender as a separate gender and issued ration card to them ___________.
- Transgender is a condition in which there is a behavioral change in either male or female behaving as the other sex. This is a genetic condition caused due to differential hormonal release.
- The state that approved transgender as the separate sex is Tamil Nadu.
Which is the administrative authority controlling Juvenile Justice Board?
Social Welfare Department is responsible for welfare services to be provided to the people. In India juvenile justice board which works for children in need of care and attention works under the administrative authority of social welfare department.
Which among the following are reasons for child labour?
- Child labor is one of the social issues faced, in which a child below the age of 15 years is employed under someone instead of attending school.
- All the given options are considered as a reason for child labor which includes parental neglect, poverty, illiteracy.
Factories Act of 1948, Mines Act of 1952 have been enacted by the government in order to _______.
- Child labor is one of the social issues faced in which a child below the age of 15 years is employed under someone instead of attending school.
- Factories Act of 1948, Mines Act of 1952 have been enacted by the government in order to abolish child labor.
Dravidian hostel for non-Brahmin students in Tamil Nadu is run by _________.
- Natesa Mudaliar (1875–1937), also known as Natesan, was a politician and activist of the Dravidian Movement from the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
- He is the founder of Justice Party along with Theagaroya Chetty and Dr. T. M. Nair.
A socio-political movement popularly known as the Justice party is organized by ____________.
Justice Party is a South Indian liberal party which was established in Madras presidency. It was formed in the year 1917 by two socialists namely T. M. Nair and P. Theagaraya Chetty. The main aim of this party was to establish non-Brahminical representation in Madras presidency.
'People's Watch', a human rights NGO established in 1995, is based in _________.
‘Peoples Watch’ is a human rights NGO established in the year 1995. This NGO is based in Madurai of Tamil Nadu. People's Watch is widely recognized as the leading Human Rights organization in India. People's Watch is now a member organization of the Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development.
Who among the following abolished the social evil Devadasi system in Tamil Nadu?
- Devdasi system is one of the
social evils that prevailed in India. According to this system, a girl is
dedicated to the worship of the deity for the rest of her life.
- In Tamil Nadu, Devdasi system is
abolished by Dr. Muttulakshmi.
Agricultural laborers, small and marginal farmers, forest workers, beedi rollers, garment makers, construction workers, who are main labor group in Tamil Nnadu are included in ___________.
Agricultural laborers, small and marginal farmers, forest workers, beedi rollers, garment makers, construction workers, who are main labor group in Tamilnadu are included in unorganized sector in which working conditions are not fixed.
Panchami Land Act which distributed land to Scheduled Caste was passed in the year __________.
- According to Panchami Land
Act, the land was distributed to Panchamas in Tamilnadu who are also called as
- This act was passed in the year
1892 on 30th September.
Which government introduced mid-day meal scheme?
- Kumarasami Kamaraj was an Indian National Congress leader. Kamaraj was the chief minister of Tamil Nadu during 1954–1963.
- It is during his government, mid-day meal scheme was introduced in Tamil Nadu. According to this scheme, school children were provided with a nutritious meal in the afternoon.
Which of the following class/classes in Tamil Nadu are/is treated as an untouchable class and have been exploited by higher class people?
- Shudras and Panchamas are the classes which are treated as untouchables and have been exploited by higher castes.
- Shudras and Panchamas were deprived education, government jobs, right to temple entry, property, and usage of public paths and watersheds.
Which of the following are Tamil Nadu-based NGOs?
- The Banyan was established in 1993, by Vandana Gopikumar and Vaishnavi Jayakumar. The Banyan is one of the largest mental health service organizations in the country.
- The Eureka Child was established by a team of IIT and BITS alumni in 1996. Eureka Child works in the poorest villages of Tamil Nadu to ensure quality education and health for children from marginalized families.
- Kaakkum Karangal is also a Tamil Nadu-based NGO for the old aged forsaken destitute and orphaned children.
Indian Tamils are those people whose forefathers came from India as
Arrange in sequence the adoption of following Acts in India
i) The protection of women from Domestic Violence Act
ii) The Dowry Prohibition Act
iii) The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act
iv) Protection of Civil Rights Act
- The Untouchability (Offence) Act, 1955 has been renamed as The Protection of Civil Rights, 1955.
- The Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961 consolidated the anti-dowry laws which had been passed on certain states. This legislation provides for a penalty in section 3 if any person gives, takes or abets giving or receiving of dowry.
- In 1986, the Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act had prohibited the employment of children below the age of 14 in hazardous occupations identified in a list by the law.
- The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act 2005 is an Act of the Parliament of India enacted to protect women from domestic violence. It was brought into force by the Indian government from 26 October 2006.
RTE act covers which age groups of children ?
Right to education act covers (6-14) years of age groups of children.