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Answered on 14/01/2022 Learn Economics

Harpreet Kaur

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Income-generating assets refer to land, social network etc. Creation of such assets will encourage empowerment and community services. Fixed public assets like wells, health clinics, schools, bridges etc. will generate employment opportunities. Access to these resources and assets, and the ability to... read more

Income-generating assets refer to land, social network etc. Creation of such assets will encourage empowerment and community services. Fixed public assets like wells, health clinics, schools, bridges etc. will generate employment opportunities. Access to these resources and assets, and the ability to use them will set a base to earn a livelihood. This is one of the first steps to address the problem of poverty.

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Answered on 11/02/2022 Learn Economics

Mohita G.

Organisations that regulate the education sector are: 1. AICTE 2. NCERT ORGANISATIONS THAT REGULATE THE HEALTH SECTOR ARE: 1. ICMR 2. THE MINISTRIES OF HEALTH AT THE UNION AND STATE LEVEL
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Answered on 08/01/2022 Learn Economics

Harpreet Kaur

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Problems that hinder the mechanism of agricultural marketing are: •Lack of infrastructural facilities like proper road, railways, storage, transportation, etc. •Inadequate credit facilities and banking system due to which private unorganised money lenders still predominates the... read more

Problems that hinder 

 the mechanism of agricultural marketing are:

•Lack of infrastructural facilities like proper road, railways, storage, transportation, etc.


•Inadequate credit facilities and banking system due to which private unorganised money lenders still predominates the agricultural market.


•Presence of middlemen


•Faulty weighing and measure of farm produce and manipulation of accounts of the farmers by the money lenders and traders.


•Lack of knowledge and information on prevailing market prices lead to the farmers to sell their crops at a much lower.

 
 
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Answered on 08/02/2022 Learn Economics

Shweta Gupta

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Women belonging to rural area do contribute in working secrors that are related to primary activities like agriculture, fishing,etc. whereas women fron urban areas are engaged in secondary and tertiary activities.
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Answered on 08/02/2022 Learn Economics

Shweta Gupta

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It will lead to depreciation of resources and therefore declining productivity.
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Answered on 11/02/2022 Learn Economics

Mohita G.

Government may impose tariffs to raise revenue or to protect domestic industries from foreign competition by making foreign produced goods more expensive, tarrifs can make domestically produced alternative more demanding.
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Answered on 18/01/2022 Learn Economics

Kaushlendra Indra VP Singh

TRegional differences in educational attainment in India is because of the inequality of income and expenditure by the government in education facilities.
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Answered on 06/01/2022 Learn Economics

Himanshi P.

Energy is essential for all the three sectors, viz. primary, secondary and teritary sector. It is a critical aspect of the development process of nation. It is also required in houses for cooking, household lighting, heating, etc. The differences between commercial and non-commercial sources of energy... read more

Energy is essential for all the three sectors, viz. primary, secondary and teritary sector. It is a critical aspect of the development process of nation. It is also required in houses for cooking, household lighting, heating, etc.

The differences between commercial and non-commercial sources of energy are

Commercial Sources of Energy Non-Commercial Sources of Energy
Consumers have to pay a priceConsumers do not have to payfor energy generated througha price for energy generatedthese sources.  
   
   
   
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Answered on 11/02/2022 Learn Economics

Mohita G.

The some of modern industries that were in operation at the time of independence are: 1. TISCO 2. Cotton and Jute textile mills 3. Iron and steel industry 4. Sugar industry 5. Paper industry 6. Cement industry read more

The some of modern industries that were in operation at the time of independence are:

1. TISCO 

2. Cotton and Jute textile mills 

3. Iron and steel industry

4. Sugar industry

5. Paper industry

6. Cement industry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Answered on 09/02/2022 Learn Economics

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The economic policies developed by the British government in India were aimed at creating India as a supplier of Britain’s growing industries. The policies were targeted towards the development of Britain and boosting its economic status. India and its growth were completely ignored. Due to such... read more

The economic policies developed by the British government in India were aimed at creating India as a supplier of Britain’s growing industries. The policies were targeted towards the development of Britain and boosting its economic status. India and its growth were completely ignored. Due to such policies, India became a supplier of raw materials and a market for finished goods from Britain. The impact of such a policy in India is as follows: 1. Indian economy witnessed very low economic growth. Studies reveal that the economy was growing at a speed of two percent during the periods 1900- 1950. The British government was more interested in maintaining and developing the economy of Britain. British rule ruined the agriculture sector and handicrafts and transformed India into a supplier of raw materials. 2. Indian agriculture system was not developed before independence, it was following old techniques and it was majorly affected by the colonial rule when the farmers were instructed to grow commercial crops instead of food grains. These commercial crops like cotton and indigo were used in industries in Britain for manufacturing textile. The peasants did not get any monetary benefit from growing these crops and hence no economic development happened. 3. The British have programmed systematic deindustrialization by leading to the downfall of the handicraft industry and with the lack of investment, other industries also failed to develop. Imposing heavy export tariffs on Indian-made goods led to a decrease in demand in the international market that ultimately led to the collapse of the handicraft industry. 4. The money that Indian goods earned from foreign trade was not invested in the Indian economy, it was used for managing the British army and expanding their colonial reach across Asia.

 

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