NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Hindi Kshitij Chapter 17 बच्चे काम पर जा रहे हैं

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Hindi Kshitij Chapter 17 Children Going to Work

question practice

(from the textbook)

Question 1.
The pictures that emerge in your mind after reading and thinking about the first two lines of the poem are included in it.
The first two lines of the poem are full of very poignant experiences. The fog creates a picture of small children working on an unpaved road and creates compassion in the reader’s mind.

Question 2.
The poet believes that the horror of children going to work should not be written as a description and should be asked in the form of a question ‘Why are children going to work?’ In the poet’s view, why should questions be asked?
In the poet’s view, such questions should be asked because children naturally need to challenge, study and develop their lives, and that is also their moral right. Determined what are their reasons and strengths, they have been inspired by their natural life.

Question 3.
Why are children’s preferences for convenience and entertainment equipment?
The socio-economic benefits are related to the convenience and entertainment of children. Because this is how the photographer has held the work in his hands instead of the pen.

Question 4.
In day-to-day life, everyone takes their children to work, yet no one finds anything strange. What could be the reasons for this design?
In day-to-day life, everyone does not find it strange to see children going to work. The reason for this diesel could be that today the needs are increasing and the sources of income are decreasing. At the same time, the conservative lower class has been facing financial crisis.

Question 5.
When and where have you seen children working in your city?
Chips, plastic etc. were made on the streets. While collecting useful things on the garbage heap. Automobiles, some shops at red lights. Cleaning cars in garages. Details, artists cleaning in dhabas.

Question 6.
Children going to work is a big disaster on earth, why is it so?
If a child remains illiterate in any society, that society will be destroyed. Therefore, it has been called terrible.

composition and expression

Question 7.
Go to work finding yourself instead of a child. Write what you feel.
Children go to school on a foggy morning. Their parents drop them to school themselves or enroll them in the bus. I also want to study in some school. Try touching colorful books. But I have to contribute to my family’s shop to earn money. I get work while the child is going to school.

Question 8.
Why do you think children should not be sent to work? What should they plan to do?
Children should not focus on work to become good citizens. They should be challenged and given the opportunity to study. So that they can become capable in future.

extracurricular activities

Question 9.
Communicate and explore an activity with children
(a) In what sense does she talk about her work?
(b) How does he/she feel when he/she sees children of his/her age playing/studying?
‘In the present era all children have ‘equal Education and equal opportunities for Education‘.
• A debate program was organized on this topic.
• Child labor hindered the production of plays on martyred Sardars.
Read Chandrakant Deotale’s poem ‘Thode Se Bacha Aur Baki Bacha’ (The Hyena is Laughing). What is the similarity between the sentiments of that poem and the sentiments of the presented poem?
Do it yourself with the help of your child’s teacher.

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Hindi

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