# Learning objectives

## Through questions which facilitate deeper citizenship-awareness

The following questions are framed to address all categories of people such as illiterate, semi-literate, literate, computer-literate, and internet-enabled tech-savvy persons.

• Which document defines the nationality and citizenship of an individual?
• Which is the basic record of nationality of an individual?
• Which of the public documents/records are accepted as citizen identity proof?
• Which of the transactions require identity document proof?
• Any other

• Which of the day-to-day activities in general require citizenship ID?
• Are you able to locate/lay hand on your citizen-identity records as and when

they are required?

• Do you maintain xerox copies of such records for ready use?
• Any other

#### Pro-active Questions

• What are the most notable benefits you avail as a citizen?
• What are your public/social activities as a citizen?
• How do you respond to another citizen of your country who is stranger to you?
• How do you identify the fellow citizen across the country?
• How do you interact with tourists from abroad?
• How do you treat women and children among them?
• Any other

## Citizenship and patriotism

• Which are the occasions you are proud of being a citizen of your country?
• If you are given the freedom to decorate and furnish your office room,
 how will you project your citizenship?

• Can you suggest better and effective ways of creating and inspiring
 citizenship-awareness?

• Is your patriotism closed against global identity of being recognized
 as a culture-centric global citizen?