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Aditya D J

Nov 25, 2014



Industries can be classified into several groups:
On the Basis of Strength of Labour:

Large Scale Industry:

Industries which employ a large number...

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Neeraja Babu Babu

Mar 7, 2015

What is meant by agglomeration economies?

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Industrial locations are influenced by availability of raw material, labour, capital, power and market, etc.
Manufacturing activity tends to locate at the most appr...

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Naveta Ravi

Mar 6, 2015

Agriculture and industries move hand in hand .Comment

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Industrial sector provides the basic inputs to the agricultural sector such as tractor, harvesting machines, fertilisers are a few basic inputs that are used by the agricultural sector. W...

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Ayesha Hakeem

Mar 2, 2015

How can agriculture and industry go hand in hand? OR How  are  agriculture and industry interdependent?

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Anuj A

Mar 8, 2015

''textile indstry in india is self reliant and complete in value chain . justify this statement with three justified points

1.There are different stages of production in the textile industry.

2.Each stage of stage of production is the raw material for the other stage.

3.After each stage of production the value of ...

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Navya agarwal

May 13, 2014

Why percapita consumption of steel is low in India?

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The per capita consumption of steel is low in India due to following reasons:

  1. Poor infrastructure
  2. Nearly ¾ of India...

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Jamila Naya

Mar 6, 2015

What is the contribution of industry to national economy?

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The process of production of goods in large number by using machines is called manufacturing.
Manufacturing industries help in modernizing agriculture.
...

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S Krishnaveni

Mar 10, 2016

Describe the reason for concentration of jute industries in hugli basin.

Because Jute industry require large amount of water which is provided by hugli river
also raw materials like iron and coal easily available in nearby reason

Answer (2)

Shreya Kulkarni

Mar 17, 2015

Why are manufacturig industries considered as the backbone of the Indian economy?

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Manufacturing industries also reduce the heavy dependence of people on agricultural income by providing them jobs in secondary and tertiary sectors.

Answer (2)

Shaik syed ahmed

Feb 13, 2015

How urbanisation and industrialisation go hand in hand?

Answer.

Cities provide markets and also provide services such as banking, insurance, transport, labour, consultants and financial advice, etc. to the industry.
Many industries tend to come toge...

Answer (3)

Aditya D J

Nov 25, 2014



Industries can be classified into several groups:
On the Basis of Strength of Labour:

Large Scale Industry:

Industries which employ a large number...

Answer (1)

Neeraja Babu Babu

Mar 7, 2015

What is meant by agglomeration economies?

Answer.

Industrial locations are influenced by availability of raw material, labour, capital, power and market, etc.
Manufacturing activity tends to locate at the most appr...

Answer (4)

Naveta Ravi

Mar 6, 2015

Agriculture and industries move hand in hand .Comment

Answer.

Industrial sector provides the basic inputs to the agricultural sector such as tractor, harvesting machines, fertilisers are a few basic inputs that are used by the agricultural sector. W...

Answer (3)

Ayesha Hakeem

Mar 2, 2015

How can agriculture and industry go hand in hand? OR How  are  agriculture and industry interdependent?

This answer has an image. Please click on the question to read more.

Answer (2)

Anuj A

Mar 8, 2015

''textile indstry in india is self reliant and complete in value chain . justify this statement with three justified points

1.There are different stages of production in the textile industry.

2.Each stage of stage of production is the raw material for the other stage.

3.After each stage of production the value of ...

Answer (4)

Navya agarwal

May 13, 2014

Why percapita consumption of steel is low in India?

Answer.

The per capita consumption of steel is low in India due to following reasons:

  1. Poor infrastructure
  2. Nearly ¾ of India...

Answer (4)

Jamila Naya

Mar 6, 2015

What is the contribution of industry to national economy?

Answer.

The process of production of goods in large number by using machines is called manufacturing.
Manufacturing industries help in modernizing agriculture.
...

Answer (2)

S Krishnaveni

Mar 10, 2016

Describe the reason for concentration of jute industries in hugli basin.

Because Jute industry require large amount of water which is provided by hugli river
also raw materials like iron and coal easily available in nearby reason

Answer (2)

Shreya Kulkarni

Mar 17, 2015

Why are manufacturig industries considered as the backbone of the Indian economy?

Answer.


Manufacturing industries also reduce the heavy dependence of people on agricultural income by providing them jobs in secondary and tertiary sectors.

Answer (2)

Shaik syed ahmed

Feb 13, 2015

How urbanisation and industrialisation go hand in hand?

Answer.

Cities provide markets and also provide services such as banking, insurance, transport, labour, consultants and financial advice, etc. to the industry.
Many industries tend to come toge...

Answer (3)

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