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Renu 30 Sep in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Vanshi replied | 20 Oct

Foreign trade means when our home country transfers good from home country to foreign... And vice versa

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Jaya Santosh replied | 21 Oct

foreign trade is said to where the exchange of capital ,goods and services happening between the countries domestic trade is the trade where the exchange of capital,goods and services is within the country

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Nadare 30 Sep in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Adithya replied | 17 Oct

As stated by Wikipedia:
The Human Development Index (HDI) is a composite statistic of life expectancy, education, and per capita income indicators, which are used to rank countries into four tiers of human development. A country scores higher HDI when the lifespan is higher, the education level is higher, the GDP per capita is higher, the fertility rate is lower, and the inflation...  more»
As stated by Wikipedia:
The Human Development Index (HDI) is a composite statistic of life expectancy, education, and per capita income indicators, which are used to rank countries into four tiers of human development. A country scores higher HDI when the lifespan is higher, the education level is higher, the GDP per capita is higher, the fertility rate is lower, and the inflation rate is lower. The HDI was developed by the Pakistani economist Mahbub ul Haq working alongside Indian economist Amartya Sen, often framed in terms of whether people are able to "be" and "do" desirable things in their life, and was published by the United Nations Development Programme. «less

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Subhankar replied | 19 Oct

The Human Development Index (HDI) is a composite statistic of life expectancy, education, and per capita income indicators, which are used to rank countries into four tiers of human development

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Ankita 30 Sep in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Pankaj replied | 14 Oct

Economy is define as the state of a country or region in terms of the production and consumption of goods and services and the supply of money.

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Mohammed replied | 28 Oct

An economy is an area of the production, distribution, or trade, and consumption of goods and services by different agents in a given geographical location. Understood in its broadest sense, 'The economic is defined as a social domain that emphasizes the practices, discourses, and material expressions associated with the production, use and management of resources'.[1] Economic...  more»
An economy is an area of the production, distribution, or trade, and consumption of goods and services by different agents in a given geographical location. Understood in its broadest sense, 'The economic is defined as a social domain that emphasizes the practices, discourses, and material expressions associated with the production, use and management of resources'.[1] Economic agents can be individuals, businesses, organizations, or governments. «less

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Milan 30 Sep in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Richa Saraf replied | 05 Oct

A cheque is a bill of exchange drawn on a specified bank and not expressed to be payable otherwise than on demand. A demand draft (DD) is an order to pay money drawn by one office of a bank upon another office of the same bank bank for a sum of money payable to order on demand. Following are some more differences:
Key Differences Between Cheque and DD:
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A cheque is a bill of exchange drawn on a specified bank and not expressed to be payable otherwise than on demand. A demand draft (DD) is an order to pay money drawn by one office of a bank upon another office of the same bank bank for a sum of money payable to order on demand. Following are some more differences:
Key Differences Between Cheque and DD:
1. Cheque is payable either to order or bearer whereas Demand Draft is always payable to the order of a certain person.
2. Cheques can be dishonoured due to insufficient balance, whereas dishonour is not possible in case of DD due to pre-payment of the amount.
3. Cheques are issued by the customers of the bank while the bank itself issues the DD.
4. Cheque book facility is available only to the account holders of the bank, but DD facility is available to both the account holders and non-account holders.
5. The purpose of the cheque is to make payment in a safe and easy mode while the purpose of the DD is to transfer money from one place to another.
6. In cheque payment is made after presenting cheque to bank, while in DD is given after making payment to bank.
7. Payment of cheque can be stopped by drawee, whereas payment cannot be stopped in DD.
8. In cheque drawer and payee are different person. In DD, both parties are banks.
9. A cheque needs signature to transfer amount, While DD does not require signature to transfer funds. «less

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Sudhakar replied | 06 Oct

A cheque is a Bill of Exchange drawn on a specified banker and not expressed to be payable otherwise than on demand. The Demand Draft is a pre-paid Negotiable Instrument, wherein the drawee bank acts as guarantor to make payment in full when the instrument is presented.

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Raja 30 Sep in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Amit replied | 27 Oct

Per capita income=Total income generated in the country/total population of the country

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Ashwani replied | 27 Oct

Per capita income or average income measures the average income earned per person in a given area (city, region, country, etc.) in a specified year. It is calculated by dividing the area's total income by its total population.

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Mangesh 30 Sep in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Richa Saraf replied | 05 Oct

Secured, Unsecured, Demand, Subsidized and Concessional.

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Ramya replied | 26 Oct

personal loans,educatioal loans,agricultural loan,vehicle loan,home loan,business loans

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Anil replied | 18 Oct

The Income Tax Department, also referred to as IT Department, is a government agency in charge of monitoring the income tax collection by the Government of India. It functions under the Department of Revenue of the Ministry of Finance. It is responsible for administering following direct taxation acts passed by Parliament of India.

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Pushpita Deb replied | 18 Oct

Income Tax department is responsible for accumulating, accounting and maintaining records of various forms of taxes payable by citizens or company entities. they also have the right to sue a company or an individual when either of them are found playing fraud with their tax papers.

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Prasanth Kumar replied | 09 Oct

Food Security exists when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food to meet their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life.But Poverty in India is making it difficult to achieve it

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Amit replied | 29 Oct

Food security is a condition related to the supply of food, and individuals' access to it.

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Praveen 30 Sep in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Dij replied | 13 Oct

There are several reasons with regard to proportion of the poor in every state. One major reason
is literacy. Illiteracy is one of the major causes for poverty in a state. Unemplyment is another reason for the proportion of the poor in the state.

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Ramya replied | 26 Oct

Depends on income

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Chittaranjan 30 Sep in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Sandeep Kumar replied | 19 Oct

It is started by government to help the poor people to get better living facilities.

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Rajendra replied | 20 Oct

to up rise our economic condition

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Tushar 30 Sep in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Challenge replied | 16 Oct

UNCED is committed Governments to address urgently some of the most pressing problems facing the world today.

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Dr. Ashok replied | 30 Oct

Since 1990, the international community has convened 12 major conferences which have committed Governments to address urgently some of the most pressing problems facing the world today like, food, climate, human rights, advancement of women, productive employment, reproductive health etc

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Krishnat 30 Sep in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Simran replied | 10 Oct

Per capita income is often used to measure an area's average income. This is used to compare the wealth of one population with those of others. Per capita income is often used to measure a country's standard of living

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Himanshu Kumar replied | 25 Oct

Per capita income refers to the income earned by every person in a particular area or country. It's very simple to understand that if every person in a country is having a higher income, the standards of living will certainly increase. When every person is having a higher living standards, it means that the country has prospered as its citizens have prospered.

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Ahsan replied | 16 Oct

Engineering : There are number of jobs in engg. Like Mechancial engineer, civil engineer, software engineer etc.
Medical : Doctor in pvt hospital and govt.
Banking : Clerck and PO jobs.

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Ashwani replied | 27 Oct

Two

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Rakesh Kumar Mohanty replied | 14 Oct

I think you should ask yourself this question 1st?If you dnt get answer then please visit once any government hospital and private or government school or private,your doubt will be cleared definitely

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Himanshu Kumar replied | 25 Oct

If your statement is assumed to be true, then the reason behind people going for private sector jobs is high packages and growth opportunities as compared to public sector jobs. Youths who want to excel at the field they intend to choose would prefer private sector jobs as it would give them more exposure to the international work ethics and they would learn a lot. This will eventually...  more»
If your statement is assumed to be true, then the reason behind people going for private sector jobs is high packages and growth opportunities as compared to public sector jobs. Youths who want to excel at the field they intend to choose would prefer private sector jobs as it would give them more exposure to the international work ethics and they would learn a lot. This will eventually result in salary hikes and a higher living standard. Also, you won't get to work in a PSU as freely as a private sector company. «less

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Rishi Tiwari replied | 15 Oct

This is so because the unemployment in rural areas is more in comparison to urban areas . This is basically for rural india so the village people are giving there active participation in this scheme

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Abid replied | 16 Oct

It is because people in urban areas have sufficient scope to work and get paid while in rural areas (i.e. undeveloped) the scope of earning daily bread and butter is very less.

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Goutham replied | 01 Oct

When Harish asks for a loan the bank is more than happy to give him as he would be paying a fixed sum of amount in addition to his loan as interest . However in case harish fails to pay the loan back, the bank would be at a loss.
hence to prevent losses bank asks harish to give details of some property which it can takeover in case harish fails to repay the loan.This property...  more»
When Harish asks for a loan the bank is more than happy to give him as he would be paying a fixed sum of amount in addition to his loan as interest . However in case harish fails to pay the loan back, the bank would be at a loss.
hence to prevent losses bank asks harish to give details of some property which it can takeover in case harish fails to repay the loan.This property is called collateral. «less

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Himanshu Kumar replied | 25 Oct

In India and elsewhere, money is only given to people who already have that in some or the other form. Collateral refers to any property or acquisition of the customer (who intends to take a loan from a bank) which can be kept with the bank for the time the customer doesn't return his amount with interest so that if in case, the customer cannot return the sum taken, his property...  more»
In India and elsewhere, money is only given to people who already have that in some or the other form. Collateral refers to any property or acquisition of the customer (who intends to take a loan from a bank) which can be kept with the bank for the time the customer doesn't return his amount with interest so that if in case, the customer cannot return the sum taken, his property can be sold to make up the loan amount. And since, Harish may not be having anything to put on mortgage, he won't get the loan amount. «less

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Surbhi replied | 14 Oct

A note issued by RBI is only considered a currency for transactions in India. Since, it was not issued by the Reserve Bank of India, it cannot be considered a Rupee note for transactions.

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Himanshu Kumar replied | 25 Oct

Any piece of paper written with any currency value cannot be accepted. If it happens so, everyone can make a lot of money by writing any given amount on a sheet of paper which would eventually harm the economy of a country. There is a set of procedures followed to mint a coin or a note which makes it unique than other papers and it is given a set of value worth exchanging for. And...  more»
Any piece of paper written with any currency value cannot be accepted. If it happens so, everyone can make a lot of money by writing any given amount on a sheet of paper which would eventually harm the economy of a country. There is a set of procedures followed to mint a coin or a note which makes it unique than other papers and it is given a set of value worth exchanging for. And since the paper is not verified by the govt. of India, it cannot be accepted for further transactions. «less

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Ravi replied | 14 Oct

EMI is fixed for repayment in banks which is managed by most of the people. But for relatives no such criteria us there .
Also legal binding in case of bank is big reason for successful repayment.

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Prasanth Kumar replied | 15 Oct

Loan depends on three factors principle,interest%(compoundbor Simple),Time period..Any of the conditions mentioned above may change the repayment of loan period.

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Rushikesh replied | 14 Oct

For more and more Foreign direct investment in India. Becoz FDI new technology come in country, it creates new job, government get Foreign currency

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Himanshu Kumar replied | 25 Oct

It's because government is interested in FDI (foreign direct investment). It means that the foreign country would invest money in India for its offices or factories and India will get money in foreign currency. They will also pay taxes to the Indian govt. Moreover, the foreign company would need manpower to keep their work going. This will result in employment for the unskilled,...  more»
It's because government is interested in FDI (foreign direct investment). It means that the foreign country would invest money in India for its offices or factories and India will get money in foreign currency. They will also pay taxes to the Indian govt. Moreover, the foreign company would need manpower to keep their work going. This will result in employment for the unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled people. Hence, by all means this brings prosperity to our country. «less

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Tarun 30 Sep in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Pushpita Deb replied | 18 Oct

Local and domestic companies may cater to local or national or even international customers. MNCs help them tap the market with precise geography. MNCs also give a fair idea of competition and opportunities for these local/domestic companies to shoot up their revenue.

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Manish replied | 18 Oct

MNC's basically helping local companies by giving them some of their projects some companies make circuitry and other small projects for big brands in the market.

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Priyanka replied | 18 Oct

If a developing country allows MNC's for the services it will impact the economy in the following ways
More Job Creation
Increase Competition which will eventually help the consumers and will give them more options
Boost in infrastructure
Help the local traders and farmers due to mandate to procure some percentage in FDI rules.

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Pushpita Deb replied | 18 Oct

Economy will even become stronger for the developing country as MNCs for services will boost employment opportunities for the youth's of nation. This will lead to generation of more demand for goods and services as the purchasing power parity (PPP) will go up. And an increase in demand in an economy is ideally regarded a better economic condition for the country and its GDP (Gross...  more»
Economy will even become stronger for the developing country as MNCs for services will boost employment opportunities for the youth's of nation. This will lead to generation of more demand for goods and services as the purchasing power parity (PPP) will go up. And an increase in demand in an economy is ideally regarded a better economic condition for the country and its GDP (Gross Domestic Product) «less

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Rayangowda 30 Sep in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Possible replied | 08 Oct

Must

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Prasanth Kumar replied | 09 Oct

Yes it is important.
Copra is the dried meat, or dried kernel, of the coconut used to extract coconut oil. The earliest evidence of the extracting and use of coconut oil from copra is in early Tamil literature from the 1st century AD. The word originated from the Malayalam word koppra.

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Deepthi 30 Sep in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Ranjeet replied | 17 Oct

Just do what consumer is meant to do.

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Yogesh replied | 18 Oct

1. Buying quality products at rea sonable price.2. To check the weights and meas ures before making purchases.3. Reading the label carefully.4. Beware of false advertisements.5. Beware of misleading schemes. 6. To procure the bill, cash received warranty, etc.7. Buying from reputed shops. 8. Don't make purchases from black market.9. To buy standardized product.10. To use a product...  more»
1. Buying quality products at rea­sonable price.2. To check the weights and meas­ures before making purchases.3. Reading the label carefully.4. Beware of false advertisements.5. Beware of misleading schemes. 6. To procure the bill, cash received warranty, etc.7. Buying from reputed shops. 8. Don't make purchases from black market.9. To buy standardized product.10. To use a product as per the in­struction of the manufacturer.11. Knowledge of consumer rights, «less

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Rawinder 30 Sep in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Neelabh Tiwari replied | 15 Oct

the main cause of poverty in developing countries is that there is not exact data, no better education, no better living facility, no better environment, and one of the most important thing is that corruption,

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Kaustubh replied | 15 Oct

Actually , there may be many reasons according to the country's geographical locations, environmental conditions and religious beliefs but the common reasons are,
1. Lack of root level education
2. Huge communication gap between government and people.
Third and most important is
3. Will-Power of people to grow together, due to less and less moral and ethical values.

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Sitaram 30 Sep in  Class IX-X Tuition, Social science(Class IX-X Tuition)

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Rushikesh replied | 14 Oct

World Trade Organization (WTO) and its contribution towards the international business and smooth trading between countries.

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K R K Karthikeyan replied | 27 Oct

WTO STANDS FOR WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION. THE ROLE OF WTO IS INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS.

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