Deciphering the Stereotypical Society Objective Type Questions & Answers

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Deciphering the Stereotypical Society Objective Type Questions & Answers

Question 1: Fill in the blanks:

(a) Mahatma Gandhi resided in South Africa from 1893 to 1914.
(b) Untouchability in any form is prohibited.
(c) The statement “Girls are more emotional than boys” is an instance of stereotype.
(d) Mahatma Gandhi’s efforts shaped the history of nationalism in South Africa.
(e) Discrimination can be defined as ‘the practice of unfairly treating a person or group of people differently from other people or groups of people’.
(f) The Indian Constitution has prohibited the use of any title, which is not military or academic in nature.
(g) Mahatma Gandhi enlightened the Indians on the evils of untouchability.
(h) The Indian Constitution provides equal opportunities to all citizens in matters relating to employment.
(i) The word discriminate means to divide or to separate.
(j) Mahatma Gandhi was a crusader against the caste system in India.
(k) The use of titles such as Sir, Raja is prohibited by the Constitution.
(l) Discrimination can also be done on the basis of caste, gender, economic status.

Deciphering the Stereotypical Society Objective Type Questions & Answers

Question 2: Match the columns.

Column AColumn B
a. Discrimative policyi. Gujarati newspaper
b. Harijanbandhuii. gun totting American
c. Instance of stereotypeiii. restriction of entry in public places
Answer: a-iii, b-i, c-ii

Question 3: Name the following.

(a) Two Newspapers started by Mahatma Gandhi – Harijan, Harijanbandhu
(b) A fundamental right guaranteed by the constitution of India – Right to equality
(c) To believe unfairly that all people or things with a particular characteristic are the same – A stereotype
(d) Any two titles that have been abolished by the Indian constitution –  Sir, Raja

Question 4: Write true or false and correct the false statement:

(a) Newspapers served as the mouthpieces of Mahatma Gandhi’s battle against untouchability – True

(b) There is no law against untouchability in our country – False
Correct statement – Untouchability in any form is prohibited in our country.

(c) Prejudice can be defined as an adverse opinion or learning formed without just grounds or before sufficient knowledge – True

(d) Scheduled tribe is the official name given to the certain lower castes in Indian society – False
Correct statement – Scheduled caste is the official name given to the certain lower castes in Indian society.

So, these were Deciphering the Stereotypical Society Objective Type Questions & Answers.