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Test: Reproductive Health: Problems & Strategies (NCERT) - Question 1

Which of the following statements are correct?
(i) Family planning programmes were initiated in 1951
(ii) According to WHO, reproductive health means total well being in the physical, social, behavioural and emotional aspects of reproduction
(iii) Saheli was developed at CDRI in Lucknow
(iv) Amniocentesis should not be banned as it is a foetal sex determination test

Detailed Solution for Test: Reproductive Health: Problems & Strategies (NCERT) - Question 1

In India, family planning programmes were initiated in 1951 at a national level to attain total reproductive health as a social goal. According to World Health Organization (WHO), reproductive health means total well-being of an individual in the physical, social behavioural and emotional aspects of reproduction "Saheli', an oral contraceptive pill for the females was developed by scientists at Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI) in Lucknow. Amniocentesis is being misused to determine the sex of the foetus and kill the normal female foetuses. Therefore, it should be legally banned to avoid female foeticide

Test: Reproductive Health: Problems & Strategies (NCERT) - Question 2

Amniocentesis is a technique used to

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Amniocentesis is a foetal sex determination and cells of disorder test based on the chromosomal pattern in the cells of amniotic fluid surrounding the developing embryo. Amniotic fluid containing cells from the skin of the foetus and other sources is withdrawn with a syringe. These cells are then examined to detect certain biochemical, enzymatic and hereditary genetic abnormalities in embryo. But nowadays, it is being misused to determine the sex of the foetus so that the female foetus may be aborted.

Test: Reproductive Health: Problems & Strategies (NCERT) - Question 3

Reproductive health in society can be improved by
(i) Introduction of sex education is schools
(ii) Increased medical assistance
(iii) Awareness about contraception and STDs
(iv) Equal opportunities to male and female child
(v) Encouraging myths and misconceptions"

Detailed Solution for Test: Reproductive Health: Problems & Strategies (NCERT) - Question 3

Introduction of sex eduction in school should also be encouraged to provide right information to the young so as to discourage children from believing in myths and having misconceptions about sex related aspects.

Test: Reproductive Health: Problems & Strategies (NCERT) - Question 4

RCH stands for

Detailed Solution for Test: Reproductive Health: Problems & Strategies (NCERT) - Question 4

The Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) Programme was launched in October 1997. The main aim of the programme is to reduce infant, child and maternal death rates.

Test: Reproductive Health: Problems & Strategies (NCERT) - Question 5

What modes have not been used by the agencies to generate awareness on reproductive health?

Detailed Solution for Test: Reproductive Health: Problems & Strategies (NCERT) - Question 5
  • Governmental and non-governmental organizations have been raising awareness on reproductive health.
  • They have used different media for the same.
  • The most common ones being radio, television, newspapers, posters, etc.
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