CBSE Class 6 Civics Notes | DailyHomeStudy
Here are the List Of chapters that are in class 6 Civics. Click on the chapter and get your NOTES
- Chapter 1 – Understanding Diversity
Understanding DiversityIf three children of the same age are asked to draw human figures, every drawing will be different from each other.This is because everyone has a unique drawing style.Children not only do not look exactly like each other but also differ in terms of the language they speak, their cultural backgrounds, the religious rituals they observe and, of course, the way they draw!……….READ MORE
- Chapter 2 – Diversity and Discrimination
Difference and PrejudiceA variety of things make us what we are- such as how we live, the languages we speak, what we eat, wear, the games we play and the things we celebrate are all influenced both by the geography and history of the place where we live.To get an idea about how diverse India is, just look at these points.……….READ MORE
- Chapter 3 – What is Government
INTRODUCTIONA Government is needed for every country to make decisions and get things done ranging from decisions about where to build roads and schools, or how to reduce the price of onions when they get too expensive or ways to increase the supply of electricity.They also take actions on social issues and other important things like running postal and railway services.……….READ MORE
- Chapter 4 – Key Elements of a Democratic Government
Introduction South Africa is a country of several races including black people who belong to South Africa, the whites who came there to settle, Indians who came as labourers and traders and so on. Earlier, the country was governed by Apartheid laws. Apartheid means separation on the basis of race. ……….READ MORE
- Chapter 5 – Panchayati raj
Gram Sabha The Gram Sabha-a meeting of all adults who live in the area covered by a Panchayat (could be only one village or a few villages).
In some states, the village meeting is held for each village. Anyone who is 18 years old or more with the right to vote is a member of the Gram Sabha.
The Gram Sabha meeting often begins with the Panchayat President (who is also called the Sarpanch) and the members of the Panchayat (the Panchs) presenting a plan. ……….READ MORE
- Chapter 6 – Rural Administration
Rural Administration Measuring the land and maintaining the records is the main work of the Patwari- known by different names in different states – in some villages, such officers are called Lekhpal-Kanungo or Karamchari or Village Officer and so on. Each Patwari -responsible for a group of villages-maintains and updates the records of the village-has ways of measuring agricultural fields. ……….READ MORE
- Chapter 7 – Urban Administration
Urban Administration Municipal Corporation-takes care of street lights, garbage collection, water supply-keep the streets and the market clean-responsible for ensuring that diseases do not break out in the city-run schools, hospitals and dispensaries.-makes gardens and maintain them.
In a big city-is called a Municipal Corporation.……….READ MORE
- Chapter 8 – Rural Livelihoods
Kalpattu village Kalpattu-village close to the sea coast in Tamil Nadu- has non-farm work such as making baskets, utensils, pots, bricks, bullock-carts -people provide services such as blacksmiths, nurses, teachers, washermen, weavers, barbers, cycle repair mechanics-also some shopkeepers and traders-main street looks like a bazaar-find a variety of small shops such as tea shops, grocery shops, barbershops, a cloth shop, a tailor and two fertiliser and seed shops-are ……….READ MORE
- Chapter 9 – Urban Livelihoods
Urban Livelihood A large number of people in the city work on streets-12 % of all the workers in the city were people working on the street- they sell things or repair them or provide a service-work on their own-are not employed by anyone-have to organise their own work-have to plan how much to purchase-where and how to set up their shops-shops are usually temporary structures-just some boards or papers spread over discarded boxes-or a canvas sheet……….READ MORE