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Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Social Science Class 8th Tamil Nadu State Board chapter 2 - Status of Women in India through the ages [Latest edition]

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Chapter 2: Status of Women in India through the ages

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Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Social Science Class 8th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 2 Status of Women in India through the ages Evaluation [Pages 82 - 83]

Choose the correct answer

Evaluation | Q I. 1 | Page 82

______ society is constantly changing with additions, assimilations, and omissions from within and outside.

  • Human

  • Animal

  • Forest

  • Nature

Evaluation | Q I. 2 | Page 82

The First women doctor in India was ______.

  • Dharmambal

  • Muthulakshmi Ammaiyar

  • Moovalur Ramamirdham

  • Panditha Ramabai

Evaluation | Q I. 3 | Page 82

The practice of Sati was abolished in ______.

  • 1827

  • 1828

  • 1829

  • 1830

Evaluation | Q I. 4 | Page 82

B.M Malabari was a ______.

  • teacher

  • doctor

  • lawyer

  • journalist

Evaluation | Q I. 5 | Page 82

Which of the following was/were the reform movement(s)?

  • Brahma Samaj

  • Prarthana Samaj

  • Arya Samaj

  • all the above

Evaluation | Q I. 6 | Page 82

The Bethune school was founded in ______ by J.E.D. Bethune.

  • 1848

  • 1849

  • 1850

  • 1851

Evaluation | Q I. 7 | Page 82

Which commission recommended to start primary schools for girls in 1882?

  • Wood’s

  • Welby

  • Hunter

  • Muddiman

Evaluation | Q I. 8 | Page 82

Sarada’s child Marriage Bill fixing the minimum marriageable age for girls at ______.

  • 11

  • 12

  • 13

  • 14

Fill in the blanks

Evaluation | Q II. 1 | Page 82

______ society was set up by the Christian missionaries in 1819.

Evaluation | Q II. 2 | Page 82

______ of Sivaganga fought bravely against the British.

Evaluation | Q II. 3 | Page 82

Servants of India Society was started by ______.

Evaluation | Q II. 4 | Page 82

______ was the one of the greatest social reformer of Tamil Nadu.

Evaluation | Q II. 5 | Page 82

Kandukuri Veeresalingam published a journal called ______.

Evaluation | Q III | Page 82

Match the following

1. Theosophical society Italian traveler
2. Sarada Sadan Social evil
3. Wood’s Despatch Annie Besant
4. Niccolo Conti Pandita RamaBhai
5. Dowry 1854

State True or False

Evaluation | Q IV. 1 | Page 83

Women were honoured in Rig Vedic period.

  • True

  • False

Evaluation | Q IV. 2 | Page 83

Devadasi system was a social evil.

  • True

  • False

Evaluation | Q IV. 3 | Page 83

Raja Rammohan Roy was the pioneer of Indian social reform movement.

  • True

  • False

Evaluation | Q IV. 4 | Page 83

Reservation of 23% to women envisaged an improvement in the socio-political status of women.

  • True

  • False

Evaluation | Q IV. 5 | Page 83

The age of marriage was raised for boys and girls by the Sharda Act of 1930.

  • True

  • False

Choose the correct statement

Evaluation | Q V. 1 | Page 83

Find out the correct pair.

  • Women’s university - Prof. D.K. Karve

  • Justice Ranade - Arya Samaj

  • Widow Remarriage Act - 1855

  • Rani Lakshmi Bhai - Delhi

Evaluation | Q V. 2 | Page 83

Find the odd one out.

  • child marriage

  • sati

  • devadasi system

  • widow remarriage

Evaluation | Q V. 3 | Page 83

Consider the following Statements

  1. Begum Hazarat Mahal, Rani Lakshmi Bhai led an armed revolt against the British
  2. Velunachiyar of Sivaganga, Tamil Nadu fought bravely against the British.
    Which of the statement (s) given above is/or correct?
  • i only

  • ii only

  • i and ii

  • neither i nor ii

Evaluation | Q V. 4 | Page 83

Assertion (A): Raja Rammohan Roy is most remembered by all Indians

Reason (R): He wiped out the evil practice of Sati from the Indian Society.

  • A and R are wrong

  • A is correct and R is Wrong

  • A is correct and R explains A

  • A is correct and R does not explain A

Answer the following in one or two sentences

Evaluation | Q VI. 1 | Page 83

Name the prominent leaders who fought for the upliftment of women.

Evaluation | Q IV. 2 | Page 83

List out some social evils.

Evaluation | Q VI. 3 | Page 83

Who were the notable women during the medieval period?

Evaluation | Q VI. 4 | Page 83

Mention the important women freedom fighters of India.

Evaluation | Q VI. 5 | Page 83

Give a note on Sati.

Answer the following in detail

Evaluation | Q VII. 1 | Page 83

Trace the role of women in freedom struggle.

Evaluation | Q VII. 2 | Page 83

Explain the contribution of Social Reformers for the eradication of social evils.

Evaluation | Q VII. 3 | Page 83

Give a detailed account on the Impact of reform movement.

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Chapter 2: Status of Women in India through the ages

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