Test: Gender - 2


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QUESTION: 1

What did girls learn after the age of 14 years

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QUESTION: 2

What can you say about the work of men and women

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QUESTION: 3

The provision of ___ helps many women to take up employment outside the home

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QUESTION: 4

Women work in agricultural sector includes

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QUESTION: 5

Ramabai went on to set up a Mission in Khedgaon near Pune in ____, where widows and poor women were encouraged not only to become literate but to be independent.

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Pandita Ramabai setup a Mission in Khedgaon near Pune in 1898. This was the place where widows and poor women were encouraged not only to become literate but to be independent. They were taught a variety of skills from carpentry to running a printing press, skills that are considered male preserve. This Mission is still active today and does a lot for women’s upliftement.

QUESTION: 6

Ramabai was given the title "Pandita" because she could read and write _____ , a remarkable achievement as women then were not allowed such knowledge

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QUESTION: 7

Book titled Amar Jiban written by

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QUESTION: 8

Earlier it was believed that if a woman learnt to read and write

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QUESTION: 9

According to Rokeya Sakhawat lady land is a place where

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Rokeya Hossain was a reformer up after she was widow started a girls school in Calcutta. In 1905, when she was merely 25 years old, she wrote a remarkable story titled ‘Sultana’s Dream’ to practice her English skills. The story imagined a woman called Sultana who reaches a place called Ladyland.Ladyland was described as a place where women had the freedom to study, work and create inventions like controlling rain from the clouds and flying air cars. In this Ladyland, the men had been sent into seclusion—their aggressive guns and other weapons of war defeated by the brain power of women.

QUESTION: 10

According to the 1961 census, about ___per cent of all boys and men and __ per cent of all girls and women

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The 1961 Census of India was the 10th in a series of censuses held in India every decade since 1871. The population of India was counted as 438,936,918 people. According to the 1961 census, about 40 percent of all boys and men and 15 percent of all girls and women.

QUESTION: 11

Census of__ literacy rate have grown to 76 per cent for boys and men, and 54 per cent for girls

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QUESTION: 12

The 2001 census also found that ____girls are less likely, than ____ girls, to complete primary school

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QUESTION: 13

A law was passed in ____ to give women who face physical and mental violence within their homes, also called domestic violence, some legal protection

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QUESTION: 14

An efforts made by the women?s movement led the Supreme Court to formulate guidelines in 1997 to protect women against

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QUESTION: 15

We saw how boys and girls are made to take certain subjects not because he or she has an aptitude for it, but because they are either boys or girls. It is an example of

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QUESTION: 16

Ramabai birth year and death year

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QUESTION: 17

Look at the figure shown below , why girls like to go to school together in a group

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QUESTION: 18

Below is some data from a special study done by the Central Statistical Organization of India (1998-1999). Total number of work by men in Tamil Nadu is 

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QUESTION: 19

Below is some data from a special study done by the Central Statistical Organization of India (1998-1999). Who spent total number of work of 44 in a week 

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QUESTION: 20

What poster is trying to say 

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