Question: Why do we celebrate Republic Day?
Answer: We celebrate Republic Day every year on 26th January to celebrate the adoption of our constitution.
Question: What are the Fundamental Rights? Name them.
Answer: The Right citizens are called Fundamental Rights. They are:
- Right to Equality
- Right to Freedom
- Right against Exploitation
- Right to freedom Religion
- Cultural and Educational Rights
- Right to Constitutional Remedies
Question: What do you understand by ‘Right to Freedom’?
- Every citizen in the country has the freedom speech and is free to express his/her thoughts.
- They can assemble peacefully without arms, from unions and associations and move to and settle in any part of the country.
- They can practice any trad they want to.
- All children between the ages of 6 and 14 are entitled to free and compulsory education.
Question: What are the Fundamental Duties? Explain.
Answer: The duties of the citizens are known as fundamental Rights. Few of them are:
- Protect the natural rescources.
- preserve the heritage and culture of the country.
- Avoid social evils such as dowry and gambling.
- Protect the sovereignty, unity and intergity of the nation.
- Strive towards excellence in their respective spheres.
Question: What are the various Directive principles?
- Provide adequate means of livelihood.
- Ensure that wealth is not concentrated in the hand of the rich.
- Provide equal opportunities for men and women and prevent child labour.
- Provide free education for children under the age of 14 year.
- Take care of the weaker section of society and improve their conditions.