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The lesson is a description of overview of class VI polity NCERT. It deals with reasons of diversity and the provisions in the Constitution regarding diversity. It describes dalits in detail and their struggle for equality.

Charu Modi
Having completed Masters in Law with gold medal from Lucknow University, qualified NET in July 2018 and has taught at Ambition Law Institute

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they way u teach is completely structured and well understood....keep up the good work
Mumuksha Pant
a year ago
Thankyou , I'm glad you liked it :)
Charu mam if possible pls complete the rest of this course,Its very helpful mam
mam plz tell me about the rest course of ncert class 6th.
Charu really appreciate your effort in sharing the knowledge through unacademy. If ppssible please do prepare for ncert class 11 polity as well.. Thanks in advance
HI Charu, When you will going to be added rest of the chapters..??
can u explain in hindi????

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  3. OVERVIEW Diversitv iversity Reasons Provisions under Constitution Government-Key elements of Democratic Government Panchayati Raj Rural Administration Urban Administration

  4. DIVERSITY Inequality comes about when a person does not have the resources and opportunities that are available to other persons * Caste System- society divided into various groups depending working upon work placed higher are supe placed lower are inferior and called untouchables

  5. DALIT Lower class address themselves as Dalit Broken Now referred as Scheduled Caste

  6. STRIVING FOR EQUALITY *Not just against British but also to be treated equally. Not just against British but also to be treated equally E.g- Women, Dalit, Tribal, Peasants Constitution makers called it a crime . Secular country Freedom to practice and profess any religion