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

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L.sathyapalreddy replied | 09 Oct

It depends upon many factors on which consumer movement is possible. When coming to basic necessities such as food, clothing, shelter and some necessary activities which are done in daily life. That will help a consumer to go through it

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Ram replied | 09 Oct

Consumer movement is done for the benefit of the people so that their rights are not violated by the organizations , government which provide them products and other necessities.

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

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Patel replied | 14 Oct

In an economic sense, an investment is the purchase of goods that are not consumed today but are used in the future to create wealth. In finance, an investment is a monetary asset purchased with the idea that the asset will provide income in the future or will be sold at a higher price for a profit.
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In an economic sense, an investment is the purchase of goods that are not consumed today but are used in the future to create wealth. In finance, an investment is a monetary asset purchased with the idea that the asset will provide income in the future or will be sold at a higher price for a profit.
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Hitendra Singh Parihar replied | 27 Oct

An investment is an asset or item that is purchased with the hope that it will generate income or will appreciate in the future. In an economic sense, an investment is the purchase of goods that are not consumed today but are used in the future to create wealth.

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Johnson replied | 24 Oct

This is to ensure the quality of product from a company. It is helpful in identifying the best one by customers Eg BIS -916 hallmark in gold, ISI mark , Agmark etc

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Himanshu Kumar replied | 25 Oct

standardization mark refers to the standard of a particular product. It is there to ensure that no unauthentic and damaged or adulterated products are sold to the customers. It is there only for the benefits of the customer.

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

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Prasanth Kumar replied | 15 Oct

Consumer credit is a debt that a person incurs when purchasing a good or service. Consumer credit includes purchases obtained with credit cards, lines of credit and some loans. Consumer credit is also known as consumer debt. Consumer credit is divided into two classifications: revolving credit and installment credit. The most common form of consumer credit is a credit card

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Hitendra Singh Parihar replied | 27 Oct

Consumer credit is a debt that a person incurs when purchasing a good or service. Consumer credit includes purchases obtained with credit cards, lines of credit and some loans. Consumer credit is also known as consumer debt. Consumer credit is divided into two classifications: revolving credit and installment credit. The most common form of consumer credit is a credit card. Economists...  more»
Consumer credit is a debt that a person incurs when purchasing a good or service. Consumer credit includes purchases obtained with credit cards, lines of credit and some loans. Consumer credit is also known as consumer debt. Consumer credit is divided into two classifications: revolving credit and installment credit. The most common form of consumer credit is a credit card. Economists and other financial analysts frequently measure consumer credit, which serves as an indicator of economic growth. For example, if consumers can easily borrow money and repay those debts on time, then the economy is stimulated resulting in economic growth. «less

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

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Pankaj replied | 06 Oct

Self-Help Group (SHG) is a small voluntary association of poor people, preferably from the same socio-economic background. They come together for the purpose of solving their common problems through self-help and mutual help. The SHG promotes small savings among its members. The savings are kept with a bank.

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Debraj replied | 09 Oct

Self help groups are small informal association of the poor created at the grass root level .... Apart from a number of things, the members do as a group, they pool their ..... This means that their main plan is the generation of the self- confidence

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

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Mohit replied | 24 Oct

Economic activities means production, distribution and consumption of commodities.

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Diwas Joshi replied | 25 Oct

All those activities bearing financial implications directly or indirectly are called economic activities

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

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Deepika replied | 04 Oct

Activities which are undertaken to satisfy social, religious cultural and sentimental requirements are called non-economic activities.

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Rohit replied | 04 Oct

Activities which are undertaken to satisfy social, religious cultural and sentimental require­ments are called non-economic activities. The object of these activities is not to earn monetary gain or reward.

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Rahul replied | 14 Oct

economic activities are those conducted with an aim of earning money or acquiring wealth, non-economic activities are performed free of cost, with service motive.

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Jaya Santosh replied | 21 Oct

Economic activities are production and consumption in society

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

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Soundbasics.in replied | 15 Oct

A productive asset such as equipment, inventory, and plant, that (unlike a natural resource) is man-made and employed in generation of income.

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Mohammed replied | 28 Oct

cash,all investments are capital

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

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Jayesh replied | 13 Oct

During this process, relatively unskilled individuals are given the tools they need to contribute to the economy. It is critical to the long-term economic growth of a country, and provides the same benefits as new technologies or more efficient industrial equipment. While this process takes time, it often results in a greater standard of living for the people within a country in...  more»
During this process, relatively unskilled individuals are given the tools they need to contribute to the economy. It is critical to the long-term economic growth of a country, and provides the same benefits as new technologies or more efficient industrial equipment. While this process takes time, it often results in a greater standard of living for the people within a country in just a few generations, or even sooner. «less

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Mohit replied | 24 Oct

Human capital is the qualities of education, skills, training specialization etc. in population.”
Human Capital Formation : Expenditure on education and training are called human capital formation. It refers to the process by which educated, skilled and trained persons are increased in a country.

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

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Amogha replied | 13 Oct

Health is something that enables a person to realise his potential.

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Shariq replied | 26 Oct

The role of health in formation of human capital is vital. Unless a populations healthy enough to work and earn, the society will remain backward. Only strong and healthy people can struggle and survive and can take the nation forward. Therefore, to prevent a population from being a liability of a country,the government must pay adequate attention towards the hygiene as well as...  more»
The role of health in formation of human capital is vital. Unless a populations healthy enough to work and earn, the society will remain backward. Only strong and healthy people can struggle and survive and can take the nation forward. Therefore, to prevent a population from being a liability of a country,the government must pay adequate attention towards the hygiene as well as the education of the public. The educated people will invest on their child's health and education, thus building a better future for the nation. «less

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Karan replied | 14 Oct

Yes.Indian government take various steps to build maximum employment. But still we need many more as per educated people in India are in large number and jobs are few.So for that Indian government has to take a big step.

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Saraswathi replied | 24 Oct

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Prathyush replied | 28 Oct

i think we can re-frame question from "will India build" to "how can India build".
1. With increased foreign dealings more Indians are getting work and education permit in other countries.
2. State governments introducing new schemes(eg: Bharati scheme) in support of higher education for unemployed to improve skills.
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i think we can re-frame question from "will India build" to "how can India build".
1. With increased foreign dealings more Indians are getting work and education permit in other countries.
2. State governments introducing new schemes(eg: Bharati scheme) in support of higher education for unemployed to improve skills.
3. Skill India Mission (refer internet for more info).
4. icici skill academy.
5.New states created more government jobs.
6. encouraging startup companies with funds. «less

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

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D.ganesh Naidu replied | 22 Oct

cant define

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Kalpana replied | 24 Oct

There are three main types of unemployment ; cyclical, frictional, and structural

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

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Surbhi replied | 25 Oct

Both are paid equally now a days. Every employee is paid based on their work, their post in the organization. There are rules in various organizations that no discrimination will be made on the basis of caste, creed, gender etc.

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Mukesh Kumar Dagar replied | 27 Oct

Its not true. Rather today women get a job easily as compared to men. as far as salary s concerned there is no discrimination on the basis of gender, both are paid equally

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

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Richa Saraf replied | 04 Oct

The proportion of people in developing countries living in extreme economic poverty.

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Ib Language replied | 05 Oct

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.

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

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Hitendra Singh Parihar replied | 21 Oct

Socioeconomic status is commonly conceptualized as the social standing or class of an individual or group. It is often measured as a combination of education, income and occupation.

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Mohit replied | 24 Oct

Socio-economic group refers to a person's position in society's structural and functional systems

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

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Hitendra Singh Parihar replied | 21 Oct

Inter-State Disparities. The percentage of the poor is not the same in all the states in India. In 20 states and union territories, the poverty ratio is less than the national average

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Mohit replied | 24 Oct

poverty existing in rural as well as in urban states

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

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Patel replied | 14 Oct

TWO GOVERNMETN MEANS: Two Treatises of Government (or Two Treatises of Government: In the Former, The False Principles, and Foundation of Sir Robert Filmer, and His Followers, Are Detected and Overthrown. The Latter Is an Essay Concerning The True Original, Extent, and End of Civil Government) is a work of political philosophy published anonymously in 1689 by John Locke. The First...  more»
TWO GOVERNMETN MEANS: Two Treatises of Government (or Two Treatises of Government: In the Former, The False Principles, and Foundation of Sir Robert Filmer, and His Followers, Are Detected and Overthrown. The Latter Is an Essay Concerning The True Original, Extent, and End of Civil Government) is a work of political philosophy published anonymously in 1689 by John Locke. The First Treatise attacks patriarchalism in the form of sentence-by-sentence refutation of Robert Filmer's Patriarcha, while the Second Treatise outlines Locke's ideas for a more civilized society based on natural rights and contract theory.

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Ravi Kumar replied | 26 Oct

can any body solve any problems
calculate the length a direct common tangent to two circles of radii 3 cm and 8 cm with their centres 13 cm apart

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Deepika replied | 03 Oct

Established by the Government of India under Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food, and Public Distribution are managed jointly by state governments in India, it distributes subsidized food and non-food items to India's poor. This scheme was launched in India on June 1997. Major commodities distributed include staple food grains, such as wheat, rice, sugar, and kerosene, through a...  more»
Established by the Government of India under Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food, and Public Distribution are managed jointly by state governments in India, it distributes subsidized food and non-food items to India's poor. This scheme was launched in India on June 1997. 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. Food Corporation of India, a Government-owned corporation, procures and maintains the PDS. «less

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Pulipati replied | 05 Oct

One is the Midday meal scheme, which is designed to improve the nutritional status of school-age children nationwide. Which is primarily launched on 1995 since then it went so many changes. The Midday Meal Scheme is covered by the National Food Security Act, 2013. And the second one is Public Distribution System(PDS), it distributes subsidized food and non-food items to India's...  more»
One is the Midday meal scheme, which is designed to improve the nutritional status of school-age children nationwide. Which is primarily launched on 1995 since then it went so many changes. The Midday Meal Scheme is covered by the National Food Security Act, 2013. And the second one is Public Distribution System(PDS), it distributes subsidized food and non-food items to India's poor. This scheme was launched in India on June 1997. Major commodities distributed include staple food grains, such as wheat, rice, sugar, and kerosene, through a network of ration shops established in several states across the country. «less

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

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Richa replied | 30 Sep

to provide goods at cheap rate to people (below poverty line)

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Kavitha replied | 02 Oct

To provide the goods like rice, dal, sugar and government facilities reaches to the public through ration shops.

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

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Shyam Sundar replied | 11 Oct

tourism, communication, export of coal & precious metals like mica and service sector provided by indians in all over the world

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Gaurav Chaudhary replied | 26 Oct

Roadways, railways, Waterways, Airways etc..

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

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Kavitha replied | 01 Oct

Some of them are as:

1. Its present railway network is overburdened and inadequate to meet the new challenges of a fast developing economy.

2. Some regions are beyond the reach of railways due to unfavourable geographical conditions. These areas need to be opened to railways for removing regional inequalities in economic growth.

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Some of them are as:

1. Its present railway network is overburdened and inadequate to meet the new challenges of a fast developing economy.

2. Some regions are beyond the reach of railways due to unfavourable geographical conditions. These areas need to be opened to railways for removing regional inequalities in economic growth.

3. Railways are facing stiff competition from road transport and thus its share in passenger and goods traffic is declining.

4. Railways are overburdened with surplus staff on its regular pay roles. This burden hinders the further development of railways.

5. The railways have to develop uneconomic projects due to political pressures and interferences.

6. Railways have huge outstanding payments to diesel and electric power supply companies.

7. The State Electricity Boards and NTPC increase the tariffs arbitrarily and thus adds to the burden of railways.

8. Railways are the largest consumer of diesel. Any increase in the rates of diesel, adversely affect the financial resources.

9. Most of the equipment used by the railways are now obsolete and need immediate replacements.

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Rajagopal replied | 28 Oct

1. No sufficient rolling stock of coaches.
2. Railway tracks have speed restrictions due to old time layout of rail lines in various intermediate stations along major routes. So trains cannot be speeded up.
3. Returns from passenger earnings are less that operational costs.
4. Shortage of manpower
5. High demand for more new trains

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

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Vignesh replied | 20 Oct

Roadways give access to many more places and can be operated on multiple terrains (Mountains etc), and build and operation costs are lesser. Also, Railways need a specific amount of passage area to be constrcted, whereas Roadways can be used for the most remote places too.

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Kondalarao replied | 29 Oct

yes its better .
bcus many we will whatever we go to anywhere even in hills too also .

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

In Indian population the greater number of poor families resides in rural areas than urban areas. Difference between rural and urban poor?

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Shailendra replied | 10 Oct

The Income Tax Department administers a number of Direct Tax Acts, namely, the Income Tax Act 1961, the Wealth Tax Act 1957, the Gift Tax Act 1958, Interest Tax Act 1974, Securities Transaction Tax Act 2004, Banking Cash Transaction Tax Act 2005 and Fringe Benefit Tax Act 2004, etc. There is a tremendous amount of responsibility and an IT officer deals with all kinds of individuals and businesses.

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Ranjeet replied | 17 Oct

Urban Poors Make earning and foods out of City Wastes while Rural Poors make earnings and foods out of Labour works

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

Why WTO forcing to remove trade barriers for developing countries?

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Rohan replied | 09 Oct

because WTO speaks the voices of developed nations who want to eat up the share of benefits attributed to huge growth potential in developing nations. They want to enter our markets without any price barriers so they can eat up some market share here. But for developing nations, it can be detrimental to its economy. Since competition with foreign businesses might result into a disaster...  more»
because WTO speaks the voices of developed nations who want to eat up the share of benefits attributed to huge growth potential in developing nations. They want to enter our markets without any price barriers so they can eat up some market share here. But for developing nations, it can be detrimental to its economy. Since competition with foreign businesses might result into a disaster for local economies...make sense? «less

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Prasanth Kumar replied | 09 Oct

LDCs( lower developing countries ) to be granted exemptions from tariff and subsidy reduction
commitments. Addressing the deeper end of Trade Related Technical Assistance (TRTA)
is also a key concern of LDCs in view of diversifying their production and improving
competitiveness in traditional areas as well as emerging areas of comparative and
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LDCs( lower developing countries ) to be granted exemptions from tariff and subsidy reduction
commitments. Addressing the deeper end of Trade Related Technical Assistance (TRTA)
is also a key concern of LDCs in view of diversifying their production and improving
competitiveness in traditional areas as well as emerging areas of comparative and
competitive advantage; developing human, institutional, regulatory and R&D capacities
and infrastructures; and achieving greater technology-intensity, value-added, value
retention and diversification of products and competitiveness.S o,Developung countries are forced to remove trade barriers «less

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