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Aaradhana replied | 18/10/2016

Trade Liberisation is also called as Free trade.It is removal or reduction of restrictions or barriers on the free exchange of goods between nations.

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Subhankar replied | 19/10/2016

Trade liberalization is the removal or reduction of restrictions or barriers on the free exchange of goods between nations. This includes the removal or reduction of tariff obstacles, such as duties and surcharges, and nontariff obstacles, such as licensing rules, quotas and other requirements.

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Ashwini 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Prasanth Kumar replied | 09/10/2016

Because Knowing your consumer rights will help to stop disreputable traders operating and will make sure that you get a fair deal. Many people simply accept excuses such as no refunds or exchanges on shoddy goods, but consumer rights are in place to protect customers.

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Ram replied | 09/10/2016

The consumer should know about the quantity, quality, price information under the right to information act which protects them about he harms of unfair practices. Also they should know about the hazardous products.

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Savitha 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Prasanth Kumar replied | 15/10/2016

Some common ways by which consumers are exploited by manufacturers and traders are given below :
?? Underweight and Under-measurements :
The goods being sold in the market are
sometimes not measured or weighed
correctly.
?? Sub-standard Quality : The goods sold
are sometimes of sub-standard quality.
Selling of consumables beyond their expiry...  more»
Some common ways by which consumers are exploited by manufacturers and traders are given below :
?? Underweight and Under-measurements :
The goods being sold in the market are
sometimes not measured or weighed
correctly.
?? Sub-standard Quality : The goods sold
are sometimes of sub-standard quality.
Selling of consumables beyond their expiry
dates and supply of deficient or defective
home appliances are generally the
regular grievances of consumers.
?? High Prices : Very often the traders charge
a price higher than the prescribed retail
price.
?? Duplicate Articles : In the name of
genuine parts or goods, fake or duplicate
items are being sold to the consumers.
?? Adulteration and Impurity : In costly edible
items, such as oil, ghee and spices,
adulteration is made in order to earn
higher profits. This causes heavy loss to
the customers; they suffer from monetary
loss as well as spoil their health.
?? Lack of Safety Devices : Electronic goods,
electrical devices or other appliances
produced locally, lack the required
inbuilt safeguards. This causes accidents
to the consumers.
?? Artificial Scarcity : In order to amass
illegitimate profit, businessmen create
artificial scarcity by hoarding. They sell
it at the later stage at higher prices.
?? False or Incomplete Information : Sellers
easily mislead consumers by giving
wrong information about a product, its
price, quality, reliability, life cycle, expiry
date, durability, its effect on health,
environment, safety and security,
maintenance costs involved, and terms
and conditions of purchase. Cosmetics,
drugs and electronic goods are common
examples where consumers face such
problems.
?? Unsatisfactory after-sale Service : Many
of the high cost durable items, such as
electrical or electronic equipments, home
appliances and cars, need adequate
after-sale care. The suppliers do not
provide the satisfactory after -sale
services despite the necessary payments.
?? Rough Behaviour and Undue Conditions :
In matters like LPG gas connection, fixing
of a new telephone line, procurement of
licensed items, etc., consumers are often
harassed and undue conditions are put
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Pankaj Rai replied | 15/10/2016

I have also noted that when the warranty is about to expire in 1 week to 15 days the suppliers do not send staff for after sales service and wait for the warranty period to end so that they are able to charge a big sum after the period is over.

Also the digital photos printed on some food and namkeen packets appear very tempting but when the packet is opened the consumer...  more»
I have also noted that when the warranty is about to expire in 1 week to 15 days the suppliers do not send staff for after sales service and wait for the warranty period to end so that they are able to charge a big sum after the period is over.

Also the digital photos printed on some food and namkeen packets appear very tempting but when the packet is opened the consumer finds himself cheated. «less

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Rahul 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Rahul replied | 16/10/2016

The NREGA was initiated with the objective of "enhancing livelihood security in rural areas by providing at least 100 days of guaranteed wage employment in a financial year, to every household whose adult members volunteer to do unskilled manual work"

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Abid replied | 16/10/2016

First of all NREGA is now known as MNREGA and it plays a really important role in indian rural economy. This is a scheme launched by indian govt in order to provide work to to labourers in rural areas of India. According to this scheme people work and get paid on the daily wages. This has helped a lot to the unemployed people living in rural areas to earn their daily bread and butter.

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Manjunath 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Venkat Sweekruti replied | 03/10/2016

This is a vital aspect of HRM(Human Resource Management) because the performance of an individual in an organisation is largely driven by the work atmosphere or work culture that prevails at the workplace. A good working condition is one of the benefits that the employees can expect from an efficient human resource team.

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Richa Saraf replied | 04/10/2016

People as Resource' is a way of referring to a country’s working people in terms of their existing productive skills and abilities. Looking at the population from this productive aspect emphasizes its ability to contribute to the creation of the Gross National Product.

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Krishnat 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Deepika replied | 03/10/2016

Human resources are the people who add utility to the resources by adding value to it. Man-made resources are the substances that are converted into usable forms after changing their original forms. For example electricity is a human made resource.

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Shyam Sundar replied | 04/10/2016

yes, because human resource is human itself while other man made resources are syntheticcally created by man

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Kratika 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Kavitha replied | 01/10/2016

Seasonal unemployment occurs when there is limited need for a specific type of work to be performed during a certain time of the year

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Richa Saraf replied | 04/10/2016

Seasonal unemployment is the unemployment created from seasonal variations in demand for goods and services. It is an elevated level of unemployment that is expected to occur at certain parts of the year. For instance, amusement parks may experience seasonal unemployment during the winter months because less people will visit the parks during this time.

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Subromita 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Sandhya R replied | 06/10/2016

buffer stock is a system, in which the stocks are stored or reserved so that it can stabilize the price fluctuations, during the bad harvest period or any other factors which result in least availability of stocks in the market.

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Dr Ashok replied | 06/10/2016

A supply of inputs held as a reserve to safeguard against unforeseen shortages or demands.

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Ambar 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Gaurav Chaudhary replied | 26/10/2016

Roadways, railways, Waterways, Airways etc..

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Harmandeep replied | 15 Feb

Everything that helps our country to develop are the lifelines of Indian economy such as railways, roadways, waterways, airports and highways.

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Nayana 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Mohit replied | 24/10/2016

International trade is nothing but a foreign trade wherein there is exchange of goods and services across international borders

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Kalpana replied | 24/10/2016

International trade is the exchange of goods and services between two countries. This type of trade gives rise to a world economy, in which prices, or supply and demand, affect and are affected by global events.

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Tushar 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Mohit replied | 24/10/2016

Yup

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Nagelli replied | 25/10/2016

Yes,Income per capita is a measure of the amount of money earned per person in a certain area. It can apply to the average per-person income for a city, region or country, and is used as a means of evaluating the living conditions and quality of life in different areas. It can be calculated for a country by dividing the country's national income by its population.

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Sujit 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Mohit replied | 24/10/2016

Depends on reported and reverse reporates

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Harshali Salvi replied | 25/10/2016

It control by making policy, rule and regulations.

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Dr. 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Cherry replied | 18/10/2016

consumer protection act

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Chetan M Rajpurohit replied | 19/10/2016

Consumer protection act--it is an act to protect the rights of the consumers

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Subhankar replied | 19/10/2016

Children, women and the aged are the poorest of the poor because of their dependency factor on the earning member of the family.

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Chandan Kumar replied | 22/10/2016

What do you mean by the word "poor"?

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Akhilesh 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Neelabh Tiwari replied | 15/10/2016

Both are good. If I compare private sector and public sector so according to me public sector is more beneficial. in public sector job is secure and even now salary is also too good as compare to private sector. suppose you are teacher in engineering college then you will get 10k-25k but in public sector at least salary will be started 35k and a lot of perks and facility also. even...  more»
Both are good. If I compare private sector and public sector so according to me public sector is more beneficial. in public sector job is secure and even now salary is also too good as compare to private sector. suppose you are teacher in engineering college then you will get 10k-25k but in public sector at least salary will be started 35k and a lot of perks and facility also. even in mncs also no good salary and now a days inflation is high. so public sector is better option. «less

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Neeti replied | 15/10/2016

This depends upon the the person doing job. Some prefer money instead of job security but others are happy working all hours in a day.
Private sector can give you money and designated post in a short time but only if one is hardworking.
Public sector can give job security for future also which can be a advantage for family also.

If someone want job for recent...  more»
This depends upon the the person doing job. Some prefer money instead of job security but others are happy working all hours in a day.
Private sector can give you money and designated post in a short time but only if one is hardworking.
Public sector can give job security for future also which can be a advantage for family also.

If someone want job for recent years only, can try private sector by earning more by giving more.
But if one want to secure future along with present, public sector is preferable. «less

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Dinesh 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Prasanth Kumar replied | 09/10/2016

Because India is not a low developing countries

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Ram replied | 09/10/2016

this is basically for two reasons :
(a) To promote domestic Products
(b) To check the Exports so that we don't simply rely on them.

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Ajay 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Pushpita Deb replied | 18/10/2016

This is because of lack of knowledge (ignorance) among the customers for the whole variety of goods and services that they buy.

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Manish replied | 18/10/2016

most of the consumers didn't check the terms and conditions related to the products they buy and hence they get exploited as most of the exploitation is related to the bad after sale service of the product

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Dhanshri 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Rakesh Poonia replied | 27/10/2016

According to the role

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Vaishali replied | 27/10/2016

poverty is estimated on GDP

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Sharanya 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Anshuman Parashar replied | 15/10/2016

They're two business related terms. Privatization is the opposite of nationalization. Privatization is when a business that is owned by the government is sold TO an individual. Nationalization is when the government buys a certain business or firm FROM an individual in the private sector.

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Sunil replied | 15/10/2016

nationalisation = owned by government, privatisation = owned by private individual. Note: Sometimes govt/pvt individuals have shares in organisations.If that share is >50% = nationalised

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Deepak 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Pankaj replied | 04/10/2016

A moneylender is a person or group who typically offers small personal loans at high rates of interest and is distinct from banks and financial institutions that typically provide such loans.The high interest rates charged by them is justified in many cases by the risk involved.

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Richa Saraf replied | 04/10/2016

A moneylender is a person or group who typically offers small personal loans at high rates of interest. A person or organization whose business is lending money to others at interest.

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Jitendra 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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D.ganesh Naidu replied | 22/10/2016

population increases, and no new technologies no one intradused

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Saraswathi replied | 24/10/2016

If people shed the ego that they are educated and do any business, then unemployment won't be there.

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Asif 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Rahul Verma replied | 15/10/2016

The income of an individual is broadly defined as the amount of money earned by a person in a financial year.
As per Income Tax Act 1961 it is calculated under various heads defined by the act. The broad classification being
1. Income from Salary
2. Income from House property
3. Income from Business and profession
4. Income from Capital gains
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The income of an individual is broadly defined as the amount of money earned by a person in a financial year.
As per Income Tax Act 1961 it is calculated under various heads defined by the act. The broad classification being
1. Income from Salary
2. Income from House property
3. Income from Business and profession
4. Income from Capital gains
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Pramodh S replied | 16/10/2016

Individual Income:
1) List out number of sources of income
2) For monthly salary: Extract the net salary (excluding Provident Fund, professional tax, other deductions)
3) For other source of income, extract the net pay (excluding taxes)
4) Sum up the amount obtained from point 2,3 and 4.

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Rayangowda 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Baishakhi replied | 14/10/2016

yes,education is necessary for development the humans skills

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Prasanth Kumar replied | 15/10/2016

Education plays an important role in human capital formation. Education improves the quality of human resources. An educated person is likely to contribute to the economy in a better way than an uneducated person.

We should keep in mind that education does not only mean a formal education to obtain degrees but also means skill development.

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Poonam 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Er. Ravi Ranjan replied | 05/10/2016

The percentage of people living below povery line has fallen from 28% in 1991 to 21% in 2001; in the developing countries. Poverty declined substantially in China and some South Asian countries because of rapid economic development. On the other hand, reduction was not as sharp in countries; like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, etc.

In Sub Saharan Africa, poverty increased...  more»
The percentage of people living below povery line has fallen from 28% in 1991 to 21% in 2001; in the developing countries. Poverty declined substantially in China and some South Asian countries because of rapid economic development. On the other hand, reduction was not as sharp in countries; like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, etc.

In Sub Saharan Africa, poverty increased from 41% in 1981 to 48% in 2001. The poverty level has remained the same in Latin America. Poverty has resurfaced in Russia and some of the former communist countries. «less

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Ankur replied | 05/10/2016

The countries which are in the process of developing in respect of GDP with respect to developed countries can be seen with poverty trends as money is being classified as per the requirements of the evolving strata of society.

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Saukat 30/09/2016 in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Dr Ashok replied | 06/10/2016

Major commodities distributed include staple food grains, such as wheat, rice, sugar, and kerosene, through a network of fair price shops (also known as ration shops) established in several states across the country.

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Prasanth Kumar replied | 15/10/2016

Locally these are known as "ration shops" and chiefly sell wheat, rice, kerosene and sugar at a price lower than the market price called Issue Price. Other essential commodities may also be sold. To buy items one must have a ration card(pink card).

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