CBSE Class 6 Political Science (Civics) Chapter 9 Notes - Urban Livelihoods


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Class 6 Civics Chapter 9 explains what urban livelihood means to young minds. They will learn different terms related to urban settlements and livelihood. There are 27 cities and more than 5000 towns in India. More than 14 million people reside in Kolkata, one of the busiest and most populated cities in the world. Imagine daily life and rush in cities like this? How these big cities behave like a single unit of settlement. If you follow the Urban Livelihood Class 6 Notes developed by the teachers of Vedantu, you will find out how an urban city behaves.

CBSE Class 6 Political Science (Civics) Chapter 9 Notes - Urban Livelihoods part-1
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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Why do we need workers or labourers?

A society cannot run without workers or labourers. All the heavy physical works are done by this section of the urban population. Without their assistance, it will become hard for many businesses to run. Eventually, the entire societal and economical system will crumble.

2. Why do we need office workers?

Office workers are mental labourers. They use their skills to serve an employer and accomplish something meaningful as a team. This results in the development of urban settlements. Their expenses also determine the livelihood of other sections.