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Class V - Science: Child Rights
One Word Answer Questions:
Q) R.T.E is abbreviated as?
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Q) At what age we get right to vote?
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Q) We call children from which age to which age?
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Q) Right to get free and quality education means?
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Q) Right to play means?
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Q) When child rights are violated, we can call the which number?
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Q) Which date Right to health is included?
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Q) Which year the Children labour prevention act was amended by the government ?
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Q) Which country the Helen Keller was born?
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Short Answer Questions:
Q) What is Right to Survival?
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Q) What is Right to Protection?
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Q) What is Right to Development?
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Q) What is Right to Participation?
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Q) What is Child Right?
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Q) Write a short note on Introduction child parliament?
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Q) Different types Child rights?
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Q) Write a short note on Helen Keller?
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Q) Write a short note on Indian Constitution?
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Q) Write a short note on Healthy atmosphere?
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Q) Write a short note on Elders should know the child rights and act accordingly?
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Long Answer Questions:
Q) Explain about child rights?
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Q) Explain about Right to Survival?
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Q) Explain about Right to Protection?
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Q) Explain about Child rights protection club?
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Q) Explain about Right to Development?
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Q) Explain the Centre for the protection of child rights?
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Q) Explain the Parliament of children?
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Q) Explain the things to be done the society?
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Q) Explain the things to be done at school?
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Q) Explain the things to be done at home?
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Introduction of Child rights
Introduction of Child rights
  • Today's children are tomorrow's citizens. Today's youngsters are tomorrow's elders. The future of our society depends on the children. Their thoughts are boundless.Indian Constitution has given a few rights to all its citizens.
  • Similarly, children have many rights. Parents, teachers, neighbours and society should be kind and affectionate to the children. Everyone should think about their development.
  • Elders expect the children to be recognized and flourish in life and do take efforts to achieve their objectives.
  • All the children are provided with the rights to education, better life standards,rights to participate in the games with freedom, protection against exploitation and express opinions freely etc.,
Note:
  • Helen Keller was born in America. When she was 19 months old, she had viral fever and lost both her vision and speech. She lost her hearing ability also.
  • But her parents did not loose hope. Neither did they ridicule the girl and nor her disabilities. They tried to make her happy. Helen Keller learnt the Braille script at the age of 8 years.
  • She learnt to speak under the supervision of her teacher,'Saraputter'. She learnt lanugage by keeping her fingers on the lips and throat of the speakers.
  • She started giving speeches about the 'people with special needs' from the age of 33 years. Inspired by her determination, many Indian parents of children with disabilities, shifted them back to their homes and started paying personal attention. Helen Keller inspired many people in various ways.

Different types Child rights

Children have four main Rights.

  • Right to Survival
  • Right to Protection
  • Right to Development
  • Right to Participation
  • As part of the above, children have many Rights.

    ts_7survivel
    Right to Survival
    ts_3parental protection
    Right to Protection
    ts_24honoured
    Right to Development
    Pramidalu
    Right to Participation

    Child rights in detail

      Child rights

      All Different types Child rights

      Apart from the following four child rights,the children has many more rights.

    • Right to Survival
    • Right to Protection
    • Right to Development
    • Right to Participation
    • As part of the above, children have many Rights.


      health
      Right to have complete health
      drinking water
      Right to have pure drinking water
      ts_4conduct associations
      Right to conduct associations
      from sexual
      Right to get protected from sexual,
      Mental and Physical exploitation


      nationality
      Right to adopt any
      nationality
      social safety
      Right to get social safety
      express feelings
      Right to express one's
      feelings
      relaxation
      Right to relaxation


      ts_16play
      Right to play
      social safety
      Right to get
      equal health opportunities
      qualityeducation
      Right to get free and
      quality education
      ts_4conduct associations
      Right to receive equal
      educational opportunities


      from wars
      Right to get protection
      from wars
      information
      Right to get information
      equality
      Right to social equality
      social descrimination
      Right to get relief
      from social descrimination


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      Right to freedom
      freedom of thought
      Right to freedom of
      thought
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      Right to get
      protection from violence
      citizen
      Right to get
      identified as citizen

    Introduction child parliament
      The things to be done at home
    • No one should not consider the children as workers or sources for earning money. Some children are made to work and are forced to do whatever is told to them.
    • Sometimes, they don't even get proper food to eat and they have to fulfil all the demands of the adults. But, everyone should act and protect their rights.
    • Good environment should be created for their growth. Children's opinions should be honoured. Decisions related to them should be taken after consulting them.
    • Their likes and dislikes should be respected. They should be sent to school.No questions of targets because child labour is illegal and should not be punished in the name of discipline.
    • The things to be done at school
    • Child Rights should be identified and protected. The children should not be subjected to violence either physically or mentally. They should not be punished for not doing homework, nor for not being able to read and write or not for getting the 1st rank etc.
    • They should not be forced to accept anyting against their will.They should be called by their names. They should not be scolded. Everyone should be friendly with them. Healthy atmosphere for growth should be created.Write down what else should be done.
    • The things to be done the society
    • Society should respect the future citizens. As elders our rights are recognised.Children's rights also should be identified and respected. They should be given preference in every thing. They should be identified as growing people. Equal opportunities should be provided.
    • Children's rights should be protected every where. At home, school, society and wherever they participate, their rights should be understood and protected.Elders should know the child rights and act accordingly.
    • Parliament of children
    • Children from the age group of 6 years to 19 years.The children of that area become members. The Child Parliament can discusses the issues of education,health, problems of children, denial of Child Rights etc., Every week they can conduct meetings and try to protect the Children's Rights.
    • They can work with the organizations who work for the protection of Child Rights.For example in Kerala, there are 6 lakh child members in 2722 Child Parliaments.
    • Centre for the protection of child rights
    • Centre for the protection of child rights will take action against the persons who violates child rights and torture. The children physically or mentally. They take measures according to Right to compulsory and free education Act 2009 (R.T.E.). Punishing children for not paying the fee, not studying properly, not attending to domestic work is a crime according to law.
    • When child rights are violated, we can call the number 18004253525 and give details. Action will be taken.This is a free service. This office is sitated at Rajiv Vidya Mission in Hyderabad.
    • Child rights protection club
    • Child Rights protection clubs should be started in each and every school. Children should become the members of this club. This ward help in the protection of child rights. They should meet every month and review the proceedings. The important activities of this club are to ensure that Child Rights are not violated and to fulfil the needs of the children.
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