11 Feb 2022

TNPSC Achieving Equality Questions

Samacheer Kalvi Class 6 Achieving Equality Notes:

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TNPSC Indian Polity Study Materials:

I. Choose the correct answer:

1. Which one of the following is not the reason for Prejudice?
(a) Socialization   (b) Economic Benefits   (c) Authoritarian personality  (d) Geography

2. Gender-based stereotypes are often portrayed in
(a) films   (b) advertisements    (c) TV serials   (d) All of these

3. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam was conferred Bharat Ratna in the year
(a) 1997  (b) 1996   (c) 1995   (d) 1994

4. Which article of the Constitution says discrimination against any citizen on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth, or any of them is not _____
(a) 14(1)    (b) 15(1)   (c) 16(1)    (d) 17(1)

5. B.R. Ambedkar was conferred Bharat Ratna in the year
(a) 1990  (b) 1989  (c) 1988   (d) 1987

6. As per the 2011 census the highest literate district in Tamil Nadu _____
(a) Namakkal   (b) Salem  (c) Kanyakumari   (d) Sivagangai

7. Discrimination done on the basis of gender is referred to as_____
(a) gender discrimination   (b) caste discrimination   (c) religious discrimination  (d) inequality

8. Apartheid was abolished in _____
(a) 1985   (b) 1990  (c) 1995   (d) 2005

9. Baba Saheb refers to ______
(a) Patel   (b) Tilak  (c) Ambedkar   (d) Gandhiji

10. As per the 2011 census the lowest literate district in Tamil Nadu.
(a) Chennai  (b) Thoothukudi  (c) Nilgiris   (d) Dharmapuri

11. Name the book/s written by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam ____.
(a) India 2020   (b) Wings of Fire  (c) Ignited Minds   (d) All of these

12. Viswanathan Anand became India’s first grandmaster in the year.
(a) 1985   (b) 1986   (c) 1987   (d) 1988

13. In which sport Ilavazhagi excels
(a) Chess   (b) Wrestling   (c) Carrom   (d) Tennis

II. Fill in the blanks :

1. People have false beliefs and ideas on others is called _______.

2. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam was born in _______.

3.  _______was the first recipient of the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award, India’s highest Sports honor

4. _______was independent India’s first Law Minister

5. As per the 2011 Census, the lowest Sex ratio was in _______.

6. Urban people are more civilised than rural people in _______ and _______.

7. When prejudice gets stronger, it develops into a _______.

8. In 1988, India’s first grandmaster was _______.

9. The Indian National carrom championship in 2008 was won by _______.

10. At the Rio Paralympics (2016) _______ won the gold medal in the men’s high jump T-42 event.

11. The Father of the Indian Constitution is _______.

12. The most dominant reason for inequality and discrimination is _______.


  1. Prejudices
  2. Rameswaram
  3. Viswanathan Anand
  4. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar
  5. Dharmapuri Dist
  6. Attitudes, behavior
  7. stereotype
  8. Viswanathan Anand
  9. Ilavazhagi
  10. Mariyappan
  11. Dr. Ambedkar
  12. caste system

III. Match the following

1. Prejudice – (i) the abolition of untouchability

2. Stereotype – (ii) treating someone less fairly than others

3. Discrimination – (iii) equality before the law

4. Article 14 – (iv) false view or idea about something

5. Article 17 – (v) judge other people negatively


  1. – v
  2. – iv
  3. – ii
  4. – iii
  5. – ii

IV. Answer the following questions:

1. What is Prejudice?
Prejudice means to judge other people in a negative or inferior manner, without knowing much about them. It happens when people have false beliefs and ideas.

2. What is a stereotype?
When prejudice gets stronger, it develops into a stereotype. A stereotype is a false view or idea about something. For example, girls are not good at sports.

3. What is discrimination?
Discrimination can be defined as negative actions towards people. Discrimination can happen on the basis of colour, class, religion, gender, etc.

4. What are the articles that are discussing equality in the Indian Constitution?

  1. Article 14 of the Indian constitution provides equality before the law or equal protection within the territory of India.
  2. Article 15 (1) of the Constitution states that the State shall not discriminate against any citizen on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth, or any of them.
  3. Article 17 of the Indian constitution, untouchability is totally abolished.

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