Test: Confronting Marginalisation - 2


20 Questions MCQ Test Polity and Constitution (Prelims) by IAS Masters | Test: Confronting Marginalisation - 2


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QUESTION: 1

Economic, ____ and political factors work together make certain groups in society feel marginalised

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QUESTION: 2

Kalahandi district is in

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QUESTION: 3

Safeguards are needed to protect ___ communities against the possibility of being culturally dominated by the ___

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QUESTION: 4

Muslims are ___ per cent of India's population and are considered to be a marginalised community in India

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QUESTION: 5

A _____ is a part of a city in which members of a minority group live, especially because of social, legal, or economic pressure

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QUESTION: 6

Article ___ of the Constitution states that untouchability has been abolished

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Article 17. Abolition of Untouchability. -"Untouchability" is abolished and its practice in any form is forbidden. The enforcement of any disability arising out of "Untouchability" shall be an offence punishable in accordance with law.

QUESTION: 7

Which article of the Constitution notes that no citizenof India shall be discriminated against on the basis of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth

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QUESTION: 8

A stated course of action that provides direction for the future, sets goals to be achieved or lays out principles or guidelines to be followed and acted upon.

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QUESTION: 9

The well known Bhakti poet Chokhamela was from

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QUESTION: 10

Today whose poetry is sung and appreciated by Dalits, marginalised groups and those critical of social hierarchies in U.P., Rajasthan, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Bengal, Bihar and Gujarat.

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QUESTION: 11

In which year, the government passed the Employment of Manual Scavengers and Construction of Dry Latrines (Prohibition) Act.

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QUESTION: 12

The act passed in 2006

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The Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006, was enacted to protect the marginalised socio-economic class of citizens and balance the right to environment with their right to life and livelihood.

QUESTION: 13

Which Act states that this Act is meant to undo the historical injustices meted out to forest dwelling populations in not recognising their rights to land and resources.

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QUESTION: 14

Adivasis are invariably portrayed in very stereotypical ways in following except

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QUESTION: 15

Many of India's most important mining and industrial centres are located in Adivasi areas ?

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Around 8 per cent of India's population is Adivasi and many of India's most important mining and industrial centres are located in Adivasi areas – Jamshedpur, Rourkela, Bokaro and Bhilai among others.

QUESTION: 16

Match the following 

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QUESTION: 17

Read the below mention song 
Come Mini, let's go to Assam
Our country has so much suffering
The country of Assam, oh Mini
Has tea garden full of greenery...
The Sardar says work, work
The Babu says catch and bring them in
The Saheb says I'll take off the skin of your back
Hey Jaduram, you deceived us by sending us to Assam

The above song capture

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QUESTION: 18

Identify the below figure 

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The Niyamgiri Hills form a mountain range in the Eastern Indian state of Orissa.They are home to more than 8,000 of the Dongria Kondh people, whose religion and lifestyle have helped nurture the area’s dense forests and unusually rich wildlife.

The Niyamgiri Mountain has been home to three tribal groups for generations. The mountain provides for all their needs – including water, food and medicines.The Dongria Kondh have successfully fought off Vedanta Resources, a company that was determined to mine their sacred mountain’s rich seam of bauxite (aluminium ore).
 

QUESTION: 19

Where the above hill is situated 

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The Niyamgiri Hills form a mountain range in the Eastern Indian state of Orissa.They are home to more than 8,000 of the Dongria Kondh people, whose religion and lifestyle have helped nurture the area’s dense forests and unusually rich wildlife.

The Niyamgiri Mountain has been home to three tribal groups for generations. The mountain provides for all their needs – including water, food and medicines.The Dongria Kondh have successfully fought off Vedanta Resources, a company that was determined to mine their sacred mountain’s rich seam of bauxite (aluminium ore).

Niyamgiri Jungle is a mineral enriched area in the area of south-west part of Odisha, India which is popularly known to be land of the local tribal Dangaria Kandha and worship by them as Niyamraja.Now the existence of Niyamraja come is thought due to some industrialization in that area . And the local people opposing it for this and now it become a socioeconomic problem of that area.

QUESTION: 20

The area of above hill is inhabited by 

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The Niyamgiri Hills form a mountain range in the Eastern Indian state of Orissa.They are home to more than 8,000 of the Dongria Kondh people, whose religion and lifestyle have helped nurture the area’s dense forests and unusually rich wildlife.

The Niyamgiri Mountain has been home to three tribal groups for generations. The mountain provides for all their needs – including water, food and medicines.The Dongria Kondh have successfully fought off Vedanta Resources, a company that was determined to mine their sacred mountain’s rich seam of bauxite (aluminium ore).

Niyamgiri Jungle is a mineral enriched area in the area of south-west part of Odisha, India which is popularly known to be land of the local tribal Dangaria Kandha and worship by them as Niyamraja.Now the existence of Niyamraja come is thought due to some industrialization in that area . And the local people opposing it for this and now it become a socioeconomic problem of that area.