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Margus Learning is the Delhi NCR's leading coaching institute for UGC-NET,IAS,SSC,Bank/PO,DSSSB,CTET,HTET,IIT-JEE/Advance,Mains, School & Collage All Subjects and Computer basic/ Advance & Tally+GST,Computer Programming Classes best, since 2008. We offer comprehensive classroom and in house prepared study materials for all Competitive exams. We have 2 centers across in India.Each center follows a uniform curriculum and supported by extraordinary Experts, who know ins and outs of the exams. In 2008-2020, we helped 1,500 students crack study Competitive exams. What differentiates Margus from other coaching institutes is our expertise in test preparation Techniques and excellent study materials prepared by Domain Experts Faculty.Many of our students have been placed at Government Sectors & private MNCs Company.

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Mathematics papers

Ordinary Differential Equation, Calculus of Variation, Linear Algebra, Descriptive statistics, exploratory data analysis , Complex Analysis, Topology, Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Partial Differential Equation, Algebra, Classical Mechanics, Linear Integral Equation

Earth Science Papers

Meteorology, Physical Geology, Ocean Sciences, Geology, Geophysics, Applied Geology

Chemistry papers

Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry

UGC_NET_Paper_I_Subjects

Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Higher Education system: Governance, Policy and Administration, Data Interpretation, Communication, Reading Comprehension, Reasoning (Including Mathematical), Logical Reasoning, Teaching Aptitude, Research Aptitude, People and Environment

Life Science papers

Ecological Principles, Applied Biology, Fundamental Processes, Cell Communication and Cell Signalling, System Physiology – Plant, Diversity of Life Forms, Inheritance Biology, Developmental Biology, Molecules and their Interaction Relevant to Biology, Evolution and Behavior, System Physiology – Animal, Cellular Organisation, Methods in Biology

UGC_NET_Papers

Paper II / Paper III, Paper I

Physics papers

Quantum Mechanics , Classical Mechanics, Thermodynamic and Statistical Physics, Electromagnetic Theory , Condensed Matter Physics, Electronics and Experimental Methods, Atomic & Molecular Physics, Mathematical Methods of Physics

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Mathematical Sciences, Archaeology, Hindi, Women Studies , Commerce, Library and Information Science, History, Social Work, Kashmiri, Museology & Conservation, Prakrit, Physical Education, Life Sciences, Chemistry, Folk Literature, Statistics, Sanskrit, Defence and Strategic Studies, Visual Arts (including Drawing & Painting/Sculpture/ Graphics/Applied Art/History of Art), Konkani, Chemical Sciences, Home Science, Education, Economics, Criminology, Business Studies, Physical Sciences, Political Science, Population Studies, International and Area Studies, Sociology, Pali, Hindustani Music (Vocal/Instrumental), Mathematics, Tourism Administration and Management, Peace Studies, Indian Culture, Performing Arts – Dance/Drama/Theatre, Philosophy, Visual Art, Earth Sciences, Physics, Forensic Science, Computer Science and Applications, Linguistics, Electronic Science, Maithili, English, Anthropology, Comparative Literature, Women Studies, Buddhist, Jaina, Gandhian and Peace Studies, Mass Communication and Journalism, Bodo, Human Rights and Duties, Law, Social Medicine & Community Health, Music, Labour Welfare/Personnel Management/Industrial Relations/ Labour and Social Welfare/Human Resource Management, Arab Culture and Islamic Studies, Public Administration, Santali, Comparative Study of Religions, Psychology, Geography, Adult Education/ Continuing Education/ Andragogy/ Non Formal Education, Tribal and Regional Language/Literature, Sanskrit Traditional Subjects (including Jyotisha/Sidhanta Jyotisha/ Navya Vyakarna/ Vyakarna/ Mimamsa/ Navya Nyaya/ Sankhya Yoga/ Tulanatmaka Darsana/ Shukla Yajurveda/ Madhva Vedanta/ Dharma Sastra/ Sahitya/ Purana-itihasa/Agama/Advaita Vedanta), Management, Environmental Sciences

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We teach Career Counselling, Central Teacher Eligibility Test, Class 10 Tuition, Class 11 Tuition, Class 12 Tuition, Class 8 Tuition, Class 9 Tuition, Computer Course, Engineering Entrance Coaching and IBPS Exam Coaching Classes

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Yes, We provide a free demo class.

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We are located in Sector 14, Gurgaon.

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Answered on 29/06/2018 Tuition/MSc Tuition Tuition/MSc Tuition/Physics Tuition/MSc Tuition/Mathematics +1 Tuition/MSc Tuition/Statistics less

I have completed an MSc in chemistry. How can I start businesses?

Either you are married or about to get marry in a year or two. being a part of indian society you have to follow the rituals n rules of our society as our mother did.After this you have to make balance between your personal life and professional life...it is quite tough for a lady to do the job and make... ...more

Either you are married or about to get marry in a year or two. being a part of indian society you have to follow the rituals n rules of our society as our mother did.
After this you have to make balance between your personal life and professional life...

it is quite tough for a lady to do the job and make the family happier.
Money is not everything. 
Time is more important which we have to give our parents, children and sibiling. 
As far as all these things are concern start the coaching business. 
you can start from your home. adjust according to your family life. 
Take the coaching from 9- msc. 

Margus Institute Gurugram

Krishna Sir

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Answered on 04/03/2018 CBSE/Class 11/Commerce/Economics Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

All the less developing countries are facing capital shortage problem. In Pakistan, our farmers conditions is also very poor and he is unable to use the modern technology. So credit is playing important role for the development of rural areas.Sources of Rural Credit :-Following are the main sources of... ...more

All the less developing countries are facing capital shortage problem. In Pakistan, our farmers conditions is also very poor and he is unable to use the modern technology. So credit is playing important role for the development of rural areas.

Sources of Rural Credit :-
Following are the main sources of agricultural credit :

1. Village Shopkeeper and Middleman :-
In our villages shopkeepers commission agents in the market provide loan to our farmers. They charge very high rate of interest. There terms and conditions are also very tied.

2. Landlords :-
In Pakistan there is a landlord system the tenants borrow the money from the lords and they receive heavy charges. They also misuse them during the selection of the Assembly members. So many problems take place in the way of democracy.

3. Friends Relatives :-
Friends and relatives also provide loan in the rainy days. It has been estimated that 25% of the total demand of the farmer is met by these above three sources.

4. Tactical Loans :-
These were provided by the government to purchase machinery, cattle's, seeds, rebuilding of houses destroyed by the floods. These were issued by the revenue department. These are playable within one to 8 years. But in fact the practice of these loans has been finished.

5. Commercial Banks :-
In the early years independent commercial banks ignored the agriculture sector. But after nationalization now proper attention is paid to the agriculture. Now the 45% of the total rural credit is issued by the commercial banks. Even commercial banks are providing interest free loans to the small farmers for the improvement of agricultural output.

6. State Bank :-
The state bank does not directly finance the agriculture. It provides loan at concessional rates for this sector to the cooperative banks and ADBP.

7. National Bank Role :-
In 1972 national bank of Pakistan started first time a surprised credit scheme for the farmers and later it was adopted by all the commercial banks. Now various other schemes have been introduced for the farmers.

8. National Credit Consultative Council :-
The government of Pakistan established the national credit consultative council in 1972 to review the overall credit in the economy. It makes recommendations to the government with regard to the credit expansion among various sections.

9. Agricultural Credit Advisory Committee :-
It was also set up 1972 its objective was to watch the credit provided to this sector. It had also improved the credit availability for the agriculture sector.

10. Cooperative Banks :-
It is the oldest source of agriculture credit. The loan is supplied to the framers through the credit societies. These societies provide credit to the small farmers for the purchase of agricultural inputs such as seeds and fertilizers. The federal cooperative was also established in 1976 with the provincial cooperative banks. This source provided 15% of the total rural credit which is issued in Pakistan.

11. Agricultural Development Bank of Pakistan :-
The ADBP provides short term, medium term and long term loans to the agriculture sector. loans are granted in cash and in kind. It provides loan for the purchase of inputs, machinery, and for cottage industry in the rural areas. It is specialized institution for the rural credit.

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Answered on 01/03/2018 CBSE/Class 11/Commerce/Economics Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

Labour force is defined as those able-bodied workers in the age group of 15 to 59. The proportion of working population to total population is called work participation rate. In Underdeveloped Countries (UDC’s) the work participation rate of labour force is low. According to 1981 census, the work... ...more

Labour force is defined as those able-bodied workers in the age group of 15 to 59.

The proportion of working population to total population is called work participation rate. In Underdeveloped Countries (UDC’s) the work participation rate of labour force is low.

According to 1981 census, the work participation rate in India was 36.7 percent. In 1991, it increases to 37.7%. According to 2001 census, the work participation rate increased to 39.2 percent. It means out of our total population of 102.7 crore, about 40 crore people constitute the work force.

Similarly in 1991, out of total population of 84.6 crore, about 32 crore people constituted the labour force. We will observe how many of our labour force were employed in agriculture and how many engaged in industrial and service sector. The following table presents the comparative analysis of occupational pattern since 1901.

 

Occupational Classification of Workers

 

An in depth analysis of the table indicates that occupational distribution of India’s work force shows the backwardness of the Indian economy. From 1901 to 1970, there was no change in the occupational pattern especially in primary sector agriculture and allied activities. In 1901, 71.7% of the labour force was engaged in primary sector.

In 1971, almost the same proportion (72.2%) of the labour force was in agriculture only in 1981 there has been small decrease in the proportion of work force engaged in agriculture. In 1991, 66.8% of the labour force was employed in agriculture. A recent estimate shows that 56.7 percent of our labour forces are employed in agriculture. This slow decrease in the proportion of work force employed in agriculture in the reference of increasing population growth shows large disguised unemployment in Indian agriculture.

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Answered on 01/03/2018 CBSE/Class 11/Humanities/Political Science Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

What are different political reforms that should be implemented in India?

All the suggestions or proposals about overcomingvarious challenges to democracy are called ‘democratic reforms’ or ‘political reforms’. All the countries do not have the same challenges, thus, the political reforms ’ should be different.Some of the political reforms which... ...more

All the suggestions or proposals about overcoming
various challenges to democracy are called ‘democratic reforms’ or ‘political reforms’. All the countries do not have the same challenges, thus, the political reforms ’ should be different.
Some of the political reforms which should be implemented in India are .
(i) Legal and constitutional reforms Some of the acts are century old and need to be amended as per the current needs.
(ii) Administrative reforms to corruption in the political circles and the bureaucracy.
(iii) The law of universal literacy should be implemented.
(iv) Poverty alleviation to provide wages and employment to landless and the poor.
(v) Elimination of gender discrimination through social-economic reforms.
(vi) The regional imbalances should be redressed
(vii) Sustainable development in terms of economic, social and environmental reforms.
(viii) Improve quality of political parties by competent people’s participation.

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Answered on 30/12/2017 Exam Coaching/UGC NET Exam Coaching

Sir You Can Start from January also majorly the questions are asked from your Master Level Syllabus but Detailed analysis of Subject is required. You can pick the University Books and as well as any material of Institutes for Precise and Handy Notes.
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UGC NET Exam Coaching classes 4.7

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

At the Institute

Mathematics papers

Ordinary Differential Equation, Calculus of Variation, Linear Algebra, Descriptive statistics, exploratory data analysis , Complex Analysis, Topology, Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Partial Differential Equation, Algebra, Classical Mechanics, Linear Integral Equation

Earth Science Papers

Meteorology, Physical Geology, Ocean Sciences, Geology, Geophysics, Applied Geology

Chemistry papers

Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry

UGC_NET_Paper_I_Subjects

Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Higher Education system: Governance, Policy and Administration, Data Interpretation, Communication, Reading Comprehension, Reasoning (Including Mathematical), Logical Reasoning, Teaching Aptitude, Research Aptitude, People and Environment

Life Science papers

Ecological Principles, Applied Biology, Fundamental Processes, Cell Communication and Cell Signalling, System Physiology – Plant, Diversity of Life Forms, Inheritance Biology, Developmental Biology, Molecules and their Interaction Relevant to Biology, Evolution and Behavior, System Physiology – Animal, Cellular Organisation, Methods in Biology

UGC_NET_Papers

Paper II / Paper III, Paper I

Physics papers

Quantum Mechanics , Classical Mechanics, Thermodynamic and Statistical Physics, Electromagnetic Theory , Condensed Matter Physics, Electronics and Experimental Methods, Atomic & Molecular Physics, Mathematical Methods of Physics

Subject

Mathematical Sciences, Archaeology, Hindi, Women Studies , Commerce, Library and Information Science, History, Social Work, Kashmiri, Museology & Conservation, Prakrit, Physical Education, Life Sciences, Chemistry, Folk Literature, Statistics, Sanskrit, Defence and Strategic Studies, Visual Arts (including Drawing & Painting/Sculpture/ Graphics/Applied Art/History of Art), Konkani, Chemical Sciences, Home Science, Education, Economics, Criminology, Business Studies, Physical Sciences, Political Science, Population Studies, International and Area Studies, Sociology, Pali, Hindustani Music (Vocal/Instrumental), Mathematics, Tourism Administration and Management, Peace Studies, Indian Culture, Performing Arts – Dance/Drama/Theatre, Philosophy, Visual Art, Earth Sciences, Physics, Forensic Science, Computer Science and Applications, Linguistics, Electronic Science, Maithili, English, Anthropology, Comparative Literature, Women Studies, Buddhist, Jaina, Gandhian and Peace Studies, Mass Communication and Journalism, Bodo, Human Rights and Duties, Law, Social Medicine & Community Health, Music, Labour Welfare/Personnel Management/Industrial Relations/ Labour and Social Welfare/Human Resource Management, Arab Culture and Islamic Studies, Public Administration, Santali, Comparative Study of Religions, Psychology, Geography, Adult Education/ Continuing Education/ Andragogy/ Non Formal Education, Tribal and Regional Language/Literature, Sanskrit Traditional Subjects (including Jyotisha/Sidhanta Jyotisha/ Navya Vyakarna/ Vyakarna/ Mimamsa/ Navya Nyaya/ Sankhya Yoga/ Tulanatmaka Darsana/ Shukla Yajurveda/ Madhva Vedanta/ Dharma Sastra/ Sahitya/ Purana-itihasa/Agama/Advaita Vedanta), Management, Environmental Sciences

Courses in UGC NET Exam Coaching classes

UPSC Exams Coaching classes 4.6

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

At the Institute

Language of instruction offered

English, Hindi

Gives

IES (Indian Engineering Service) Exam Coaching, IPS (Indian Police Service) ExamCoaching, NDA (National Defence Acadamy and Naval Acadamy) Exam Coaching, CDS (Combined Defence Service) Exam Coaching, IAS (Indian Administrative Service) Exam Coaching, IFS (Indian Forest Service) Exam Coaching, Civil Services (Mains) Exam Coaching

Courses in UPSC Exams Coaching classes

IBPS Exam Coaching 4.6

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

At the Institute

Target section catered to

Computer aptitude, Quantitative aptitude/ Numerical ability, Reasoning Ability, General awareness/ Financial awareness, English, Interview prep

MSc Tuition 4.6

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

At the Institute

Subject

Physics, IT, Botany, Electronics , Zoology, Chemistry, MicroBiology, Biotechnology, Biology, Mathematics, Statistics

Engineering Entrance Coaching classes 4.7

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

At the Institute

Engineering Entrance Exams

GATE Coaching Classes, IIT JEE Coaching Classes, Delhi CEE Coaching Classes, BITSAT Coaching Classes

Type of class

Regular Classes, Crash Course

IIT JEE Coaching

IIT JEE Advanced Coaching, IIT JEE Mains Coaching, IIT JEE Crash Course, IIT JEE Foundation Course, IIT JEE Integrated Coaching

IIT-JEE Subjects

Chemistry , Physics , Maths

Tally Software classes 4.6

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

At the Institute

Teaches

Tally Server 9, Tally ERP 9, Tally Shoper 9, Tally Developer 9

Staff Selection Commission Exam Coaching 4.7

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

At the Institute

SSC_Exams_Taught

SSC Central Police Organizations Exam (CPO Exam)

Computer Course classes 4.6

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

At the Institute

Type of Computer course taken

Basics of Computer usage, Software Programming, Training in Computer tools usage, Training in Software application usage

Central Teacher Eligibility Test classes 4.6

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

At the Institute

Class 11 Tuition 4.7

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

At the Institute

Board

State, International Baccalaureate, ISC/ICSE, IGCSE, CBSE

IB Subjects taught

History, Economics, Hindi, Physics, EVS, English, Mathematics, Business and Management, Information Technology, Computer Science, Biology, Chemistry, Geography

ISC/ICSE Subjects taught

English, Commerce, Computer Science, Biology, Physics, History, English Literature, EVS, Physical Education, Economics, Chemistry, Accounts, Mathematics, Geography, Psychology, Political Science, Hindi

CBSE Subjects taught

History, Legal Studies, Business Studies, Geography, Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy, Biotechnology, Home Science, English, Chemistry, Accountancy, Physics, Political Science, Mathematics, Economics, Computer Science, Biology

IGCSE Subjects taught

Biology, Geography, Sanskrit, Mathematics, Sociology, English Literature, Social science, History, Hindi, Environmental Management, Physics, Economics, English, Law, Psycology, Chemistry

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Biology, Sanskrit, Business Studies, Hindi, Mathematics, Physics, History, Logic, Political Science, Geology, Psychology, Geography, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electronics, Home Science, English, Statistics, Education, Sociology, Accountancy, Economics

Class 12 Tuition 4.6

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

At the Institute

Board

State, International Baccalaureate, ISC/ICSE, IGCSE, CBSE

IB Subjects taught

History, Economics, Hindi, Physics, EVS, English, Mathematics, Business and Management, Information Technology, Computer Science, Biology, Chemistry, Geography

ISC/ICSE Subjects taught

English, Commerce, Computer Science, Biology, Physics, History, English Literature, EVS, Physical Education, Economics, Chemistry, Accounts, Mathematics, Geography, Psychology, Political Science, Hindi

CBSE Subjects taught

History, Legal Studies, Business Studies, Geography, Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy, Biotechnology, Home Science, English, Chemistry, Accountancy, Physics, Political Science, Mathematics, Economics, Computer Science, Biology

IGCSE Subjects taught

Biology, Geography, Sanskrit, Mathematics, Sociology, English Literature, Social science, History, Hindi, Environmental Management, Physics, Economics, English, Law, Psycology, Chemistry

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Biology, Sanskrit, Business Studies, Hindi, Mathematics, Physics, History, Logic, Political Science, Geology, Psychology, Geography, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electronics, Home Science, English, Statistics, Education, Sociology, Accountancy, Economics

Class 8 Tuition 4.6

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

At the Institute

NIOS Subjects taught

Science, English, Hindi, Social Science, Computers, Mathematics, EVS

Board

ICSE, IGCSE, State, NIOS, CBSE, International Baccalaureate

IB Subjects taught

Mathematics, English, Science, Computers, Physical Education, Hindi

CBSE Subjects taught

Social Science, English, Mathematics, Sanskrit, EVS, Computers, Hindi, Science

ICSE Subjects taught

Biology, EVS, Chemistry, English, Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics, History, Sanskrit, Geography, Hindi

IGCSE Subjects taught

English, Science, Hindi, Mathematics

State Syllabus Subjects taught

English, Science, Social science, Mathematics, Sanskrit, EVS, Hindi

Class 9 Tuition 4.6

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

At the Institute

NIOS Subjects taught

Sanskrit, Hindi, Science, Mathematics, English, Social science

Board

NIOS, ICSE, State, IGCSE, CBSE, International Baccalaureate

IB Subjects taught

English, History, Physics, Hindi, Social Science, Biology, Mathematics, Chemistry, Geography

CBSE Subjects taught

English, Mathematics, Social science, Sanskrit, Hindi, Science

ICSE Subjects taught

Geography, English Literature, Physics, Chemistry, Sanskrit, Hindi, Biology, English, Mathematics, Economics, History and Civics, EVS

IGCSE Subjects taught

English Literature, Physics, Mathematics, Geography, History, English, Hindi, Chemistry, Biology, Economics

State Syllabus Subjects taught

EVS, Hindi, Sanskrit, Mathematics, Social Science, English, Science

Class 10 Tuition 4.6

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

At the Institute

NIOS Subjects taught

Sanskrit, Hindi, Science, Mathematics, English, Social science

Board

NIOS, ICSE, State, IGCSE, CBSE, International Baccalaureate

IB Subjects taught

English, History, Physics, Hindi, Social Science, Biology, Mathematics, Chemistry, Geography

CBSE Subjects taught

English, Mathematics, Social science, Sanskrit, Hindi, Science

ICSE Subjects taught

Geography, English Literature, Physics, Chemistry, Sanskrit, Hindi, Biology, English, Mathematics, Economics, History and Civics, EVS

IGCSE Subjects taught

English Literature, Physics, Mathematics, History, English, Hindi, Chemistry, Biology

State Syllabus Subjects taught

EVS, Hindi, Sanskrit, Mathematics, Social Science, English, Science

Career Counselling 4.1

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

At the Institute

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Answered on 29/06/2018 Tuition/MSc Tuition Tuition/MSc Tuition/Physics Tuition/MSc Tuition/Mathematics +1 Tuition/MSc Tuition/Statistics less

I have completed an MSc in chemistry. How can I start businesses?

Either you are married or about to get marry in a year or two. being a part of indian society you have to follow the rituals n rules of our society as our mother did.After this you have to make balance between your personal life and professional life...it is quite tough for a lady to do the job and make... ...more

Either you are married or about to get marry in a year or two. being a part of indian society you have to follow the rituals n rules of our society as our mother did.
After this you have to make balance between your personal life and professional life...

it is quite tough for a lady to do the job and make the family happier.
Money is not everything. 
Time is more important which we have to give our parents, children and sibiling. 
As far as all these things are concern start the coaching business. 
you can start from your home. adjust according to your family life. 
Take the coaching from 9- msc. 

Margus Institute Gurugram

Krishna Sir

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Answered on 04/03/2018 CBSE/Class 11/Commerce/Economics Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

All the less developing countries are facing capital shortage problem. In Pakistan, our farmers conditions is also very poor and he is unable to use the modern technology. So credit is playing important role for the development of rural areas.Sources of Rural Credit :-Following are the main sources of... ...more

All the less developing countries are facing capital shortage problem. In Pakistan, our farmers conditions is also very poor and he is unable to use the modern technology. So credit is playing important role for the development of rural areas.

Sources of Rural Credit :-
Following are the main sources of agricultural credit :

1. Village Shopkeeper and Middleman :-
In our villages shopkeepers commission agents in the market provide loan to our farmers. They charge very high rate of interest. There terms and conditions are also very tied.

2. Landlords :-
In Pakistan there is a landlord system the tenants borrow the money from the lords and they receive heavy charges. They also misuse them during the selection of the Assembly members. So many problems take place in the way of democracy.

3. Friends Relatives :-
Friends and relatives also provide loan in the rainy days. It has been estimated that 25% of the total demand of the farmer is met by these above three sources.

4. Tactical Loans :-
These were provided by the government to purchase machinery, cattle's, seeds, rebuilding of houses destroyed by the floods. These were issued by the revenue department. These are playable within one to 8 years. But in fact the practice of these loans has been finished.

5. Commercial Banks :-
In the early years independent commercial banks ignored the agriculture sector. But after nationalization now proper attention is paid to the agriculture. Now the 45% of the total rural credit is issued by the commercial banks. Even commercial banks are providing interest free loans to the small farmers for the improvement of agricultural output.

6. State Bank :-
The state bank does not directly finance the agriculture. It provides loan at concessional rates for this sector to the cooperative banks and ADBP.

7. National Bank Role :-
In 1972 national bank of Pakistan started first time a surprised credit scheme for the farmers and later it was adopted by all the commercial banks. Now various other schemes have been introduced for the farmers.

8. National Credit Consultative Council :-
The government of Pakistan established the national credit consultative council in 1972 to review the overall credit in the economy. It makes recommendations to the government with regard to the credit expansion among various sections.

9. Agricultural Credit Advisory Committee :-
It was also set up 1972 its objective was to watch the credit provided to this sector. It had also improved the credit availability for the agriculture sector.

10. Cooperative Banks :-
It is the oldest source of agriculture credit. The loan is supplied to the framers through the credit societies. These societies provide credit to the small farmers for the purchase of agricultural inputs such as seeds and fertilizers. The federal cooperative was also established in 1976 with the provincial cooperative banks. This source provided 15% of the total rural credit which is issued in Pakistan.

11. Agricultural Development Bank of Pakistan :-
The ADBP provides short term, medium term and long term loans to the agriculture sector. loans are granted in cash and in kind. It provides loan for the purchase of inputs, machinery, and for cottage industry in the rural areas. It is specialized institution for the rural credit.

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Answered on 01/03/2018 CBSE/Class 11/Commerce/Economics Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

Labour force is defined as those able-bodied workers in the age group of 15 to 59. The proportion of working population to total population is called work participation rate. In Underdeveloped Countries (UDC’s) the work participation rate of labour force is low. According to 1981 census, the work... ...more

Labour force is defined as those able-bodied workers in the age group of 15 to 59.

The proportion of working population to total population is called work participation rate. In Underdeveloped Countries (UDC’s) the work participation rate of labour force is low.

According to 1981 census, the work participation rate in India was 36.7 percent. In 1991, it increases to 37.7%. According to 2001 census, the work participation rate increased to 39.2 percent. It means out of our total population of 102.7 crore, about 40 crore people constitute the work force.

Similarly in 1991, out of total population of 84.6 crore, about 32 crore people constituted the labour force. We will observe how many of our labour force were employed in agriculture and how many engaged in industrial and service sector. The following table presents the comparative analysis of occupational pattern since 1901.

 

Occupational Classification of Workers

 

An in depth analysis of the table indicates that occupational distribution of India’s work force shows the backwardness of the Indian economy. From 1901 to 1970, there was no change in the occupational pattern especially in primary sector agriculture and allied activities. In 1901, 71.7% of the labour force was engaged in primary sector.

In 1971, almost the same proportion (72.2%) of the labour force was in agriculture only in 1981 there has been small decrease in the proportion of work force engaged in agriculture. In 1991, 66.8% of the labour force was employed in agriculture. A recent estimate shows that 56.7 percent of our labour forces are employed in agriculture. This slow decrease in the proportion of work force employed in agriculture in the reference of increasing population growth shows large disguised unemployment in Indian agriculture.

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What are different political reforms that should be implemented in India?

All the suggestions or proposals about overcomingvarious challenges to democracy are called ‘democratic reforms’ or ‘political reforms’. All the countries do not have the same challenges, thus, the political reforms ’ should be different.Some of the political reforms which... ...more

All the suggestions or proposals about overcoming
various challenges to democracy are called ‘democratic reforms’ or ‘political reforms’. All the countries do not have the same challenges, thus, the political reforms ’ should be different.
Some of the political reforms which should be implemented in India are .
(i) Legal and constitutional reforms Some of the acts are century old and need to be amended as per the current needs.
(ii) Administrative reforms to corruption in the political circles and the bureaucracy.
(iii) The law of universal literacy should be implemented.
(iv) Poverty alleviation to provide wages and employment to landless and the poor.
(v) Elimination of gender discrimination through social-economic reforms.
(vi) The regional imbalances should be redressed
(vii) Sustainable development in terms of economic, social and environmental reforms.
(viii) Improve quality of political parties by competent people’s participation.

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