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Chapter 2: Segments of Indian Society

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Balbharati solutions for Sociology - Understanding Indian Society 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 2 Segments of Indian Society Check your progress [Page 28]

Check your progress | Q 1 | Page 28

Name one tribe in South India, Western India, and North-East region.

Check your progress | Q 2 | Page 28

Identify any three tribal occupations.

Check your progress | Q 3 | Page 28

Give examples of tribal belief systems.

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Balbharati solutions for Sociology - Understanding Indian Society 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 2 Segments of Indian Society Check your progress [Page 30]

Check your progress | Q 1 | Page 30

Why are tribal people slow to change? Give two reasons.

Check your progress | Q 2 | Page 30

Identify three forms of tribal religion.

Check your progress | Q 3 | Page 30

State two problems caused by cultural contact with non-tribal people.

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Balbharati solutions for Sociology - Understanding Indian Society 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 2 Segments of Indian Society Check your progress [Page 35]

Check your progress | Q 1 | Page 35

State three characteristics of rural community.

Check your progress | Q 2 | Page 35

Enumerate three changes in rural community.

Check your progress | Q 3 | Page 35

Identify any three programmes started by the Government for rural development.

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Exercises [Pages 41 - 42]

Balbharati solutions for Sociology - Understanding Indian Society 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 2 Segments of Indian Society Exercises [Pages 41 - 42]

Exercises | Q Q.1 (A) (1) | Page 41

Complete the following statements by choosing the correct alternative given in the bracket and rewrite it.

Secondary type relations are significant in ______ community.

  • rural

  • tribal

  • urban

Exercises | Q Q.1 (A) (2) | Page 41

Complete the following statements by choosing the correct alternative given in the bracket and rewrite it.

Over 55% of the tribal population in India is found in the ___ region of the country.

  • Western

  • Central

  • Southern

Exercises | Q Q.1 (B) (1) | Page 41

Correct the incorrect pair and rewrite it.

  • Landlord - Zamindar

  • Initiative for rural development programme - Community Development Programme

  • Three-tier system of governance - Integrated Rural Development Programme.

  • Primary occupations – traditional societies

Exercises | Q Q.1 (C) (1) | Page 42

Identify the appropriate term from the given option in the box and rewrite it against the given statement.

Sacred groves in the tribal community.

  • Urban community

  • Devrai

  • Gramdevata

Exercises | Q Q.1 (C) (2) | Page 42

Identify the appropriate term from the given option in the box and rewrite it against the given statement.

Instances of white collar crime.

  • Urban community

  • Devrai

  • Gramdevata

Exercises | Q Q.1 (D) (1) | Page 42

Correct the underlined words and complete the statement.

Individual status in urban society is mostly ascribed.

Exercises | Q Q.1 (D) (2) | Page 42

Correct the underlined words and complete the statement.

The custom of worshipping non-living bodies is called animism.

Exercises | Q Q.2 (1) | Page 42

Write short notes.

Problems of tribal community.

Exercises | Q Q.2 (2) | Page 42

Write short notes.

Characteristics of urban community.

Exercises | Q Q.3 (1) | Page 42

Write differences.

Rural economy and Urban economy.

Exercises | Q Q.3 (2) | Page 42

Write differences.

Tribal community and Urban community.

Exercises | Q Q.4 (1) | Page 42

Explain the following concepts with examples.

Urban crime

Exercises | Q Q.4 (2) | Page 42

Explain the following concepts with examples.

Sacred groves

Exercises | Q Q.5 (A) | Page 42

Complete the concept map.

Exercises | Q Q.5 (B) (1) | Page 42

State whether the following statement is True or False with reasons.

Division of labour is complex in urban community.

  • True

  • False

Exercises | Q Q.5 (B) (2) | Page 42

State whether the following statement is True or False with reasons.

The traditional influence of caste has changed today.

  • True

  • False

Exercises | Q Q.6 (1) | Page 42

Give your personal response.

Why is there lack of community feeling in cities?

Exercises | Q Q.6 (2) | Page 42

Give your personal response.

Explain the need for rural development.

Exercises | Q Q.7 | Page 42

Answer the following question in detail. (About 150 words)

'Traditional communities tend to hold on to their customs, traditions and beliefs.’ Using examples of your own, explain the statement with special reference to either family or religion. Also, discuss any three ways by which change is introduced into traditional communities.

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Chapter 2: Segments of Indian Society

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Concepts covered in Sociology - Understanding Indian Society 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board chapter 2 Segments of Indian Society are Introduction to Segments of Indian Society, Tribal Community, Reasons for Tribal Exploitation, Problems Faced by the Tribal Community, ‘Panchsheel’ Philosophy of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Tribal Development Efforts After Independence, Rural Community, Problems of Indian Rural Community, Efforts for Rural Development, Urban Community, Major Urban Problems, Efforts Towards Urban Development.

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