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Top 10 Secondary industries in Itertiary industryndia – Types of secondary industries

What is Secondary Sector? Manufacturing and Industry sector is known as secondary sector. The secondary sector includes secondary processing of raw materials, food manufacturing, textile manufacturing and industry. It is often divided into heavy industry and light industry. The secondary sector forms a substantial part of GDP, it creates values (goods) and it is the engine of

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Industries in India – Part 01 – Types of Industries in India

Industries of India – Part 1 Primary Industries This industry Uses natural raw material as its final product.  For Examples Hunting, pastoral activities, fishing, forestry, agriculture etc. Secondary Industries It Makes complex products using the material obtained from primary industry for example : Steel →   Automobiles, Railway engines Wooden Pulp →   Rayon Secondary Industry can be sub classified

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Transport system of India – Road, Rail, Water, Air ways

Transport An efficient transport system is a pre-requisite for sustained economic development. It is not only the key infrastructural input for the growth process but also plays a significant role in promoting national integration, which is particularly important in a large country like India. The transport system also plays an important role of promoting the

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Resources – Types of resources, Uses of resources

What is a Resource? A resource is a source or supply from where benefits are produced. An item becomes a resource with time and developing technology. Typically resources are materials, energy, services, staff, knowledge, or other assets that are transformed to produce benefit and in the process may be consumed or made unavailable. Benefits of

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Tribes of India 02 – Problems of Tribal people – cultural, social, economical.

List of Tribes Part 02 Kol Majority of Kol tribe is found in Madhya Pradesh, other states include Bihar, UP, Chhattisgarh, Assam, and Tripura. Most of them are landless and work on farm as laborers and sharecroppers.  Maria Maria tribes can be classified into two types: Abhuj Maria and Bison Horn Maria and are found

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Tribes of India 01 – Important tribes in India

Tribes of India : A tribe is a social division in a traditional society consisting of families linked by social, economic, religious, or blood ties, with a common culture and dialect. A tribe possesses certain qualities and characteristics that make it a unique cultural, social, and political entity. They are also known by the name

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Top 10 List of UNESCO world heritage sites in India

1. Great Living Chola Temples at Thanjavur It has 3 major mouments listed together as one in unesco list. Site:  Brihadeeshwara Temple, Gangaikonda Cholapuram  and Darasuram town State: Tamil Nadu Established: 11th, 12th century 2004 respectively. Declared: 1987 respectively. Type of Monument: Temple Architecture The great living chola temples includes Brihadeeswara temple at Thanjavur, and

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Demography of India – Population of India

­­India Position & Population Statistics  The Indian subcontinent located in the South Asia, North of Equator has the 2nd largest arable land. India occupies 7th Largest land area of 3.28 million sq. km 2.4 % of world, and houses nearly a fifth of the world’s population India has more than 50% of its population below

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Soils of India Part II – Indian Geography

Soils of India Part II – Indian Geography Forest & Mountain Soils These soils occupy about 2.85 lakh sq km or 8.67% of the total land area of India. They are mainly heterogeneous soils found on the hill slopes covered by forests. The formation of these soils is mainly governed by the characteristic deposition of

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Soils of India – Part 1 – Indian Geography

Soils of India – Part 1 – Indian Geography Soil is an important layer of earth’s outermost layer known as crust. It is the mixture of organic matter, minerals, gases, water and air and other organisms. It is the anchor for vegetation which is the key to a food cycle on Earth. How is Soil

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