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BSWE004 Introduction to Family Life Education December 2006
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Time: 3 hours
Maximum Marks: 100
Note: (i) Attempt all the five questions.
(ii) All the three questions carry equal maks.
(iii) Answer to questions 1 and 2 should not exceed 500 words
1. Define family and describe the concept of family in UN Declarations. (20)
What do you understand by sexual health education ? Describe briefly the main components of sexual health education.
2. What are the three stages of human development after conception? Briefly discuss. (20)
Explain briefly some of the important aspects to be considered while choosing a life partner.
3. Answer any two of the following questions in about 250 words each :
(i) Discuss in brief the salient features of National Population Policy, 2000. (10)
(ii) Explain briefly some of the major effects of divorce. (10)
(iii) "Family is the agent of a new society in the context of value formation." Discuss (10)
(iv) Describe the role of school teachers in imparting sexual health education in the Indian context. (10)
4. Answer any four of the following questions in about 150 words each :
(i) Briefly explain how relationship and bonding are central to family life. (5)
(ii) What do you understand by the concept of "Personality development" ? (5)
(iii) Discuss briefly the importance of family life education. (5)
(iv) Distinguish between role expectations of a man and a woman in marital life. (5)
(v) Describe briefly some of the important forms of marriage. (5)
(vi) What are the salient features of the MTP Act, I971 ? (5)
5. Write short notes on any five of the following in about 100 words each :
(i) Natural family planning methods (4)
(ii) Problems encountered by the family (4)
(iii) Grounds for divorce under Special Marriage Act (4)
(iv) Menstrual cycle (4)
(v) Forms of marriage (4)
(vi) Scientific data on strength of men and women (4)
(vii) Masculinisationa nd comm ercialization of sexuality (4)
(viii) Objectives of family life education (4)
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