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Shorthand Dictation 80 Words per minute “ One of the greatest barriers” , Test 5 Minutes with 5 Minutes Audio Dictation, Shorthand Outline and Text Matter. Test 6

 

 

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      One of the greatest barriers to democratising Indian society is the whole gap between educational facilities for the 6children of/ the elite and those for the children for  the deprived and weaker sections of the community . These discrepancies given rise /  to different cultural values, to widespread frustration and discontent while at the same time perpetuating the social chasm which /  makes a mockery of our democratic aspirations. It is therefore not enough to have a parliamentary system of government to / ensure the predominance of democracy.  It is more important to give social relations a democratic content to make people willingly (100) accept the ideals of socialism and dedicate themselves to building a society which will embody these ideals, to remove the /  encrustations of feudalism and the class distinctions of today. People must think and act democratically. They must practice democracy in /  their everyday life. Thus we see that democracy is not only the formal freedom to elect legislatures on the basis /  of adult franchise, every five years or so.

      Much more importantly, it means equality of opportunity for all for this /  alone would help the fullest flowering of the human personality and involve every citizen intimately in the reconstruction of national (200) life in accordance with the accepted principles and goals of democratic socialism. This is a slow and painful process, as / any major social transformation is bound to be, but the Government has already taken several meaningful steps in this / direction.

    The process has been accelerated since June, 1975. It involves educating the people, especially the illiterate masses in town /  and country,  as to the true meaning and function of democracy. This is an ardnous undertaking, for ti requires teaching / people to shed their traditional mentality and social attitudes and think and act democratically. Political rights and liberty can flourish (300) only in a climate of social stability. Anarchy on the other hand can lead only to the speedy erosion of every  freedom and the political rights of the individual. When self-seeking politicians inflame the antipathy of various disaffected groups / to the Government in such a manner as to rend the structure of society and unhinge the prevailing political system /  it becomes the means of subverting democracy. Economic betterment, social justice, national unity and harmonious living, and the conquest /  of the forces of separatism and communalism among the evils prevalent in our society, cannot be kept apart from the (400) proper functioning of democracy. This presupposes the existence of representative institutions, chosen

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