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Three Dimensions Of Equality (In Hindi)
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In this lesson, we talk about the 3 kinds of equalilites- Political, social and economic. We also talk about how we can minimise the impact of such inequalities in our society

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

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thanks a lot mam :))
economic equality is the element of equality ....or economic inequality ....m confussed
mam....is this course .... helpful for ba.(pol.science)honour.....first year
Lavanya Kapoor
9 months ago
Hi You can definitely watch this to clear your basics. It is, however, not sufficient for B.A. Political Science. All the best 😊
Aakriti raj
9 months ago
thanks...mam
  1. Three Dimensions of Equality


  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 https://unacademy.com/user/lavanya13.100


  3. The wide scope of equality . If we do not narrow down equality into a few categories, it is an endless sea of possible dimesions . So, to ease the debate regarding equality, it has been divided into 3 categories: v Political equality V Social equality VEconomic equality


  4. Political equality This is the most basic form of equality It means that all citizens of a country will be seen as EQUALS The primary impact of political equality on a democracy is the UNIVERSAL ADULT FRANCHISE Political equality also includes all the POLITICAL AND LEGAL RIGHTS of the people


  5. All our fundamental rights fall under the category of Political equality However, only political equality is not enough to ensure overall equality Developing countries have political right. However, they still face a lot of inequality in their society


  6. Social equality There exist a lot of inequalities in any society Various sects, groups, minorities and majorities, and cultures which have to co exist with each other Social equality must AIM to minimize the impacts to social inequality This will happen if the Government provides facilities for all the sections of the society


  7. Some steps which can be taken for social equality and nouris hmeantCopedtuaitionHealth facilitiesinamte Adequate food and nourishment Minimum wage guarantee opportunities


  8. LPG subsidy jumps 60% as govt maintains prices to help consumers


  9. What if social inequality keeps existing? If this happens, a huge pool of talent will be wasted All kinds of talent exists in all kinds of places an situations We have to give a breeding ground to talent for it to come out For this, social inequality must be minimized


  10. Rickshaw puller's son Govind Jaiswal stayed in a 12x8 room and is now an IAS officer


  11. SOCIAL INEQUALITY CANNOT BE ELIMINATED the sa ome and absolutely same opportunities We cannot expect that everyone will be having me level of inc However, we must strive to give SIMILAR opportunities to everybody


  12. Issues specific to India India is defined by its cultural and religious practices Many a times, these religious practices perpetuate social inequalities So, it becomes very difficult to deal with such issues, as the sentiments of people are involved in it


  13. What should the Government do in such a situation? Government and the law should aim to abolish such practices which promote inequality We must rise above mandated inequalities, even if they are mandated by the religion we follow This is not about disrespecting the religion It is just about being fair to our fellow beings For this, activists and other social groups must play an active role PIL is a very helpful tool if we actually want to fight against social inequality


  14. How do we identify if a country has economic inequality? Try to identify how many people live below the poverty line The more people below poverty line, more exists inequality


  15. Entrenched inequalities and the challenges Some inequalities remain a part of a society through generations These are more difficult to get rid of, since many people think of them as NATURAL INEQUALITIES



  16. Landlords have always enjoyed certain amount of power in our country. So it took a lot of time for our country to finally get rid of this FEUDAL SYSTEM in 1991 by Globalization, privatization and liberalization


  17. So these are the 3 kinds of inequalities that exist in a society! However, we must None of them can bestrive to minimize totally abolished the effects of such inequalities