question_answer5) Say whether these activities are economic or non-economic activities (a) Vilas sells fish in the village market. (b) Vilas cooks food for his family. (d) Sakal looks after his younger brother and sister. (c) Sakal works in the private firm.View Answer play_arrow
question_answer6) Study the graph and answer the following question. (a) Has the literacy rates of the population increased since 1951? (b) In which year India has the highest literacy rates? (c) Why literacy rate is high among the males of India? (d) Why are women less educated than men? (f) What is your projection about India's literacy rate in 2010? (e) How would you calculate literacy rate in India?View Answer play_arrow
question_answer7) Count the number of boys and girls studying in your class or in your neighbouring co-ed school. Ask the school administrator to provide you with the data of boys and girls studying in your class below five years and ten years. Study the difference if any and explain it in the classroom.View Answer play_arrow
|Year||Number of Colleges||Number of Universities||Students||Teachers|
|1950-51 1990-91 1996-97 1998-99||750 7,346 9.703 11,089||30 177 214 238||2,63,000 49,25,000 67,55,000 74,17,000||24,000 2,72,000 3,21,000 3,42,000|
question_answer9) Table 2.2 Health infrastructure over the years (a) What is the percentage increase in dispensaries from 1951 to 2001? (b) What is the percentage increase in doctors and nursing personnel from 1951 to 2001? (c) Do you think the increase in the number of doctors and nurses is adequate for India? If not, why? (d) What other facilities would you like to provide in a hospital? (e) Discuss about the hospital you have visited.View Answer play_arrow
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