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On What Basis Do Countries Allot Citizenship? (In Hindi)
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In this lesson, we talk about the basis on which various countries grant citizenship to their people. We talk especially in the Indian context

Lavanya Kapoor
Pursuing B.El.Ed from DU. Happy reader! Occasional gyaani :)

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  1. On what basis do countries allot citizenship?

  2. ABOUT ME &Lavanya Kapoor Pursuing Bachelors of Elementary Education from LSR, Delhi University Love to talk to people and know more about them IN PERSON *Have a passion for teaching &Currently quite averse to social media Follow me on Unacademy

  3. Across the countries, the criteria for granting citizenship is different It usually goes in line with the ideology of the country, which is enshrined in its law

  4. Ethnic origin and religion ermany and Israel are one of the few countries which grant citizenship on these basis Recently, Israel declared itself as an officially Jewish state In such countries, it becomes very difficult for other cultures to survive But then, that is what such countries want They want to protect their indigenous culture and religion, and hence don't want interference from anyone

  5. In Germany, many people of Turkish origin have worked since years This was because Germany had encouraged them to work for the country at one point of time Now, the Turkish people are demanding citizenship rights from Germany

  6. Germany Israel

  7. Taxi driver of Turkish descent becomes target of racist attack in Germany


  9. Citizenship criteria in India Indian constitution has certain values inscribed in it In India, we grant citizenship to people without discriminating on their ethnic or That is why we have so many cultural and religious groups and minorities in our country! Secularism is one of those non- negotiable values4 cultural identity

  10. WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to all its citizens JUSTICE, social economic and political; LIBERTY of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship; EQUALITY of status and of opportunity; and to promote among them all FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the Nation

  11. inority and majority status as a citizenship criteria The Indian Constitution plays a huge role in making India into a nation state It accommodates almost all the groups which were earlier excluded from enjoying free and equal membership of our country

  12. Scheduled Castes Scheduled Tribes Women Religious minorities Remote communities having insufficient access to places

  13. Dialects of Hindi Bhojpuri (Spoken in Bihar) Braj (Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan) Haryanvi (Haryana) Awadhi (Uttar Pradesh) and so on...

  14. Hinduism Islam ristiani Si khism ism inism oroastianism Judaism Bahas Fach

  15. Basically, India has adopted a quite flexible approach when it comes to granting citizenship status to the people Further, it has tried to give equality of rights and opportunities to everyone, while respecting their rights to practice any faith Not everyone makes the effort to do that

  16. Part 3 of The Indian Constitution e It officially states the basis on which Indian citizenship can be granted to people: Birth Descent > Registration Naturalisation Inclusion of territory

  17. Descent Citizenship by descent. Persons born outside India on or after 26 January 1950 but before 10 December 1992 are citizens of India by descent if their father was a citizen of India at the time of their birth

  18. Naturalisation If a foreigner has stayed in India for 12 years, s/he receives the right to become a citizen of India