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Sample CBSE Class 8 Social Studies Civics Confronting Marginalisation Worksheet Questions

1.
How is the life of Manual Scavengers?
2.
Who have their own list of Scheduled Castes (or Dalits), Scheduled Tribes and backward and most backward castes?
3.
Who get very low wages for the work they perform?
4.
Who continues to be considered untouchable?
5.
Who has pointed out that one of the violators of Constitutional rights guaranteed to tribal people are governments in the various states of India?
6.
What did Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act states?
7.
What has been abolished by the Indian Constitution?
8.
What is a punishable crime?
9.
Who are constantly exposed to infections that affect their eyes, skin, respiratory and gastro-intestinal systems?
10.
Who have the right to be the guardians of the content of their culture, as well as the right to make decisions?

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