Growing up as Boys and Girls MCQ for Class 7 Social Science Chapter 4 Answers

Growing up as Boys and Girls MCQ Questions for Class 7 Social Science Chapter 4 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 7 Social Science Civics Social and Political Life – I

Q1. Which was a very important activity on the Samoan islands in 1920s?

(i) Fishing
(ii) Weaving
(iii) Farming
(iv) None of Above

(i) Fishing

Q2. Rashsundari Devi (1800-1890), who was born in, which state some 200 years ago

(i) West Bengal
(ii) Odisha
(iii) Kerala
(iv) Jharkhand

(i) West Bengal

Q3. At what age did the boy in Samoa join older boys for learning outdoor jobs?

(i) 5 years
(ii) 9 years
(iii) 11 years
(iv) 13 years

(ii) 9 years

Q4. What was the purpose for setting up Anganwadis in several villages ?

(i) Adult education centres
(ii) Child care centres
(iii) Health centres
(iv) Yoga centres

(ii) Child care centres

Q5. On which day, International Women’s Day is celebrated

(i) 8 July
(ii) 8 August
(iii) 8 March
(iv) 8 June

(iii) 8 March

Q6. How the provision of crèches helped many women?

(i) Helps women to take up employment inside the home
(ii) Helps women to take up employment outside the home
(iii) Both (i) and (ii)
(iv) None of these

(ii) Helps women to take up employment outside the home

Q7. When we do not treat people equally or with respect we are indulging in

(i) Devalued
(ii) Discrimination
(iii) Difference
(iv) Double valued

(ii) Discrimination

Q8. From which class did the girls and boys go to separate school in M.P.?

(i) Class IV onwards
(ii) Class VI onwards
(iii) Class VII onwards
(iv) Class XI onwards

(i) Class IV onwards

Q9. Which state has a child sex ratio below 900?

(i) Madhya Pradesh
(ii) Bihar
(iii) Kerala
(iv) Haryana

(iv) Haryana

Q10. This term is commonly used to describe the women’s work situation. It has emerged from a recognition that women typically labour both inside the home (housework) and outside.

(i) Double-work
(ii) Double-labour
(iii) Double-burden
(iv) Double-recognition

(iii) Double-burden

Q11. what was the purpose for setting up Anganwadis in several villages?

(i) Adult education centers
(ii) Child care centers
(iii) Health centers
(iv) Yoga centers

(ii) Child care centers

Q12. What per cent of working women in India are engaged in agricultural work?

(i) 84.8
(ii) 82.5
(iii) 81.7
(iv) 83.6

(iv) 83.6

Q13. Who has the main responsibility of housework across the world?

(i) Men
(ii) Children
(iii) Women
(iv) Old people

(iii) Women

Q14. Mention the main activity on the samoan Islan

(i) Agriculture
(ii) Fishing
(iii) Trade
(iv) None of these

(ii) Fishing

Q15. At what age did the boys of Samoan join older boys for learning outdoor jobs

(i) 6
(ii) 9
(iii) 13
(iv) 10

(ii) 9

Q16. Which one activity was not associated with the Samoan children in the 1920s?

(i) Fishing
(ii) Planting coconuts
(iii) Playing cricket
(iv) Looking after their siblings

(iii) Playing cricket

Q17. Chaitanya Bhagabat is about the

(i) life of a politician
(ii) life of a teacher
(iii) life of a rich men
(iv) life of a saint

(iv) life of a saint

Q18. What are the total number of work hours (paid) spent by women workers in Haryana every week?

(i) 23
(ii) 30
(iii) 19
(iv) 35

(i) 23

Q19. What was the most important activity on an Island of Samoa in 1920s?

(i) Fishing
(ii) Farming
(iii) Household work
(iv) None of these

(i) Fishing

Q20. From which class did the girls and boys go to separate school in a town in Madhya Pradesh

(i) From 5th class onwards
(ii) From 6th class onwards
(iii) From 7th class onwards
(iv) From 8th class onwards

(ii) From 6th class onwards

Q21. What do you mean by the term ‘double burden’?

(i) Working inside the house
(ii) Working outside the house
(iii) Both (i) and (ii)
(iv) None of these

(iii) Both (i) and (ii)

Q22. Every year, on 14 August, several thousand people gather at Wagah on the border of _ and hold a cultural programme.

(i) India and Pakistan
(ii) India and Sri Lanka
(iii) India and China
(iv) India and Nepal

(i) India and Pakistan

Q23. Who can take steps, to bring gender equality?

(i) Constitution
(ii) Society
(iii) Both
(iv) None

(iii) Both

Q24. what girls were given to play while boys were given cars?

(i) Bus
(ii) Trains
(iii) Trucks
(iv) Dolls

(iv) Dolls

Q25. When we do not treat people equally or with respect we are indulging in

(i) Devalued
(ii) Discrimination
(iii) Difference
(iv) Double valued

(ii) Discrimination

Q26. At which age group girls also went on fishing trips?

(i) 13 years
(ii) 14 years
(iii) 10 years
(iv) 16 years

(ii) 14 years

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