Why Do We Need A Parliament?


When was the Hindu Succession Amendment Act revised?


The Hindu Succession Amendment Act was revised in 2005.

Why Do We Need A Parliament?

Q 1.

How is a new law introduced in Parliament?

Q 2.

When was the Hindu Succession Amendment Act revised?

Q 3.

Who designed the Parliament house in India?

Q 4.

What is a constituency?

Q 5.

Mention the different categories under which Law can be classified.

Q 6.

What is a constitution?

Q 7.

How is a National government selected?

Q 8.

Write in your own words what you understand by the term the "rule of law". In your response include a fictitious or real example of a violation of the rule of law.

Q 9.

How was the system of law during ancient times in India?

Q 10.

Mention some of the common laws that govern us.

Q 11.

Mention the 2 houses of the Indian Parliament.

Q 12.

The Role of the Parliament

Q 13.

What was the Sedition Act?

Q 14.

To select the National Government

Q 15.


Q 16.

Rajya Sabha

Q 17.

What is the purpose of a Parliament?

Q 18.

Lok Sabha

Q 19.

Re-read the storyboard on how a new law on domestic violence got passed. Describe in your own words the different ways in which women"s groups worked to make this happen.

Q 20.

State Article 14 of the Indian constitution.

Q 21.

What are the three major duties of the Parliament?

Q 22.

What are the basic ideals of a democracy?

Q 23.

Why do you think the nationalist movement supported the idea that all adults have a right to vote?

Q 24.

Write in your own words what you understand by the following sentence on page 44-45: They also began fighting for greater equality and wanted to change the idea of law from a set of rules that they were forced to obey, to law as including ideas of justice.

Q 25.

To Control, Guide & Inform the Government

Q 26.

Why Do We Need Parliament?

Q 27.

What is an EVM?

Q 28.

Write a brief note on the Members of Parliament.

Q 29.

Write a brief note on the Rowlatt Act.

Q 30.

People & their representatives

Q 31.

Write a short note on Lady Justice.

Q 32.

What was the main principle of the Indian constitution?

Q 33.

State two reasons why historians refute the claim that the British introduced the rule of law in India.

Q 34.

How can all the citizens participate in the decision-making process of the government?

Q 35.

Write a brief note on the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha.

Q 36.

What is "Question hour" in Parliament?

Q 37.

Discuss with your teacher the difference between a State Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) and the Parliament (Lok Sabha)