Shreya Shakya Completed my 12th from-ISC board in PCB Currently doing graduation in life science(Zoology ,Chemistry and botany) from Delhi university SGTB khalsa colledge
This course is on "power sharing" in democracy.... This is my-first-cou And first chapter of Ncert democratic politics of 10th class Topics will be covered in detail and most simplified maner V chapter will be done in 2 lessons
WHO CAN BENEFIT? CLASS 10TH STUDENTS STUDENTS PREPARING FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMINATIONSLIKE UPSC If you love this Rate Review And recommend it
Story of Belgium and Sri lanka vBelgium is a small country in Europe, smaller in area than the state of Haryana Border with Netherlands, France and Germany. population of 1 crore. 59% people lives in Flemish region and speak Dutch language 40%people live in Wallonia and speak French. / 1% people speak German. But. Capital city Brussels-80%speak French and 20% speak Dutch Minority French speaking community was rich and powerful in capital During 1950s and 60s tension between Dutch speaking and German speaking community
Dutch speaking people were having majority in country and minority in capital Story of Sri lanka...island nation 2 crore people Social groups 1 . Sinhala speakers 2, Tamil speakers Sinhala-74% Tamil-18% Tamil have two categories-Sri Lankan Tamils(13%) Indian tamils - whose forefather came to india as plantation workers during the colonial period Sinhala people -generally Buddhist Social groups -.. Sinhala speakers 2. Tamil speakers v Sinhala people -generally Buddhist v Tamil peoples are generally hindus and muslims Tamil peoples are generally hindus and muslims In both countries majority nations could impose their will on entire country'
What happened in Sri lanka -Majoritarianism Sri Lanka emerged as an independent country in 1948. Leaders of Sinhala community secured dominance by virtue of their majority Democratically elected government adopted Majoritarian measures V In 1956 -Sinhala was the only official language recognised by an act Preferential policies that favours Sinhala language. State p Buddh Alienation of Tamils, jobs ,university examination. Sri Lankan tamils struggled for recognisation of t Sri Lankan tamils struggled for recognisation of tamil as an official language, regional autonomy etc. By 1980s political organisations were fo By 1980s political organisations were formed demanding independent tamil eealm(state)
Widespread conflict turned into a civil war. Many peoples were killed Terrile setback to the economic dev, health ,education ,social and cultural life VIts all about sri lanka about Belgium in upcoming lessons
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