NIOS Social Science (213) Free Solved TMA Assignment 2021-22

NIOS Social Science 21 Solved TMA


INTRODUCTION

You can make this TMA if you have to appear in the exam in April 2022 or October 2022, the TMA for both sessions is exactly the same. This TMA we have made for you by a good science/history teacher, if you write it well then you will get 95+%. And you can also download it in PDF format for free.

Question And Answer

1. Answer any one of the following question in about 40-60 words.
(a) Analyse any two cardinal principles of Mahavira. How they are relevant even today and
can be practised in your daily life. (See Lesson-1)

Ans: The two basic principles of Mahavira are as follows:-

(1) Ahimsa - Ahimsa is the first principle of Mahavire In this principle, he gave a message to the Jain people to stay away from v lence at all costs.

(2) Satya - The Second principle of Mahavira is truth- Mahavira is Currently relevant as a deity. We apply his ideas in daily life. For Example: Do not do violence to anyone and speak the truth.

2. Answer any one of the following questions in about 40 to 60 words.
(b) Rajasthan receives less rainfall in comparison to other part of country. If Rajasthan has
the highest rainfall then what kind of situation may occure? (See Lesson-10)

Ans: Rajasthan receives less rainfall as compared to other States of the Country because it is parallel to the monsoon of the Aravalli ranges. If Rajasthan receives the highest rainfall in India, then there will be a flood situation. There will be adanger of disturbing life.

3. Answer any one of the following questions in about 40-60 words.
(a) Mention two electoral reforms required urgently to conduct free and fair election in
India. (See Lesson 22)

Ans: Following are the two electoral reforms required to conduct free and clean elections in India:

(1) Vating by machice instead in electronic voting. of using ballot paper
(2) Control against bribing, bribing drinking, luring or coercing people to vote.

4. Answer any one of the following question in about 100-150 words.
(b) How physical factors found in your area have made impact on distribution and density of Population? (See Lesson-14)

Ans: Physical factors affect the distribution and density of the population in many ways. 
(1) The texture or Shape of the land
(2) Climate
(3) Soil.

Landform - It affects the pattern of population distribution. The most important part of the landform is the slope present in it and its height, on both these properties, the wealth and distribution of the population depend a lot.

Climate - The Climate of a place affects the spatial distribution and spread of population. There are now examples of the hot and dry deserts of Rajasthan as well as the cold and humid, moist Eastern Himalayas.

Soil - It affects the density and distribution of population to a great extent. How Soil can be able to influence the population in the present industrialized and industrialized society.

5. Answer any one of the following questions in about 100-150 words.
(b) State various measures to promote national integration in India. (See Lesson-24)

Ans: Following are the various factors that promote national integration.

(1) Keeping Secularism in mind, such a curriculum should be taught in schools and colleges, which will increase religious harmony.
(2) Necessary amendments should be made in the textbooks and their content should be presented in such a way that they help in the development of emotional unity.
(3) While teaching medieval history, teachers should emphasize that which helps in merging the cultures of Hindus and Muslims.
(4) Such attitude should be created in children through education so that they understand the importance of their "Cultural heritage" and can protect and preserve them.
(5) The Study of Veecious Social Sciences, languages, literature, culture, and arts should be explained at the university level.

6. Prepare any one project out of the given below.
(a) Collect the data of the level of education and occupation in three generation of the five families in your neighbourhood including your family in the given table. 

Ans

Generation

Level of education

Occupation

First

Grand Father

Fifth Pass

Labour, Agriculture


Grand Mother

First Grade Pass

House work, Farming

Second

Father

12th Class Pass

Grocery Store, Clothing


Mother

12th Class Pass

House work, Teaching

Third

Child-1

MBA

Working in a good company in America


Child-

MA, B.ed

She is a government school teacher


First Generation - In the first generation when our grandparents were there, then education was not so important, most of the people were depends on agriculture. Apart from agriculture, he used to give more emphasis on animal husbandry, fisheries, bee more keeping, etc.
And those who had no mears of agriculture. He worked as a laborer and earned money and food grams. They also got food grains in return for their wages.

Second Generation - Agriculture started gradually in the second generation, then all the People almost got up from the village and moved towards the city. Here he contributed to Industries, Service Sectors, etc. And getting money from it. With this money, he fully supported himself and his family.

Third Generation - The third generation mostly likes the all depends on Service sector very much. Most of on education for the service sector. The more education he receives, he will get work accordingly. 

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