Answer:. Industry refers to an economic activity that is concerned with production of goods, extraction of minerals or the provision of services. Thus, we have iron and steel industry (production of goods), coal mining industry (extraction of coal) and tourism industry (service provider).
Answer:. The factors affecting the location of industries are the availability of raw material, land, water, labour, power, capital, transport and market. Industries are situated where some or all of these factors are easily available.
Answer:Steel industry is often referred to as the backbone of modern industry because steel is majorly used everywhere. Most of the things that we use in our daily life is made up of steel.
Answer:The warm, moist climate, a port for importing machinery, availability of raw material and skilled labour resulted in rapid expansion of the industry in the Mumbai region.
(a) West Bengal
(c) acryclicAnswers :-
(i) (a) West Bengal
(ii) (b) jute
|Agro based industry||mineral based industry|
|these industries uses plant and animal based products as their raw material||these industries heroes mineral ores as their raw materials|
|examples are food processing, vegetable oil, cotton textile, dairy products.||examples are steel and iron industries, heavy machinery industries.|
|Public sector||joint sector industry|
|Industries owned and operated by the government are called public sector industries.||industries owned handle created by the state and individuals or a group of individuals are called joint sector industries.|
|examples are Steel authority of India limited.||examples are Maruti Udyog Limited.|
(i) Raw Materials: Iron and Cotton
(ii) End product: Utensils and cloth
(iii) Tertiary Activities: Transport and banking
(iv) Agro-based Industries: dairy industry and cotton textile industry
(v) Cottage Industries: pottery and basket weaving
(vi) Co-operatives: mother dairy and Amul.
Answer :During harvesting season, farmers pluck out cotton buds and separate raw cotton. The raw cotton is then spinned on a handloom or power loom. After spinning, cotton yarn is weaved to make finished cotton cloth. This cloth is used by tailors to make different garments and sold to retailers.
Answer :Cotton textile industry, jute industry, silk industry, sugar industry, synthetic textile industries.
Inputs : Raw material in the form of unprocessed leather, labor, machinery, an industrial unit.
Process : The process includes converting unprocessed leather called hide into tough leather, and then spinning and finally printing to give it a finished look.
Outputs : Finished leather is then turned into Leather shoes by shoemakers.
Answer :For Osaka textile industry, cotton is imported from India, USA and Egypt.