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Chapter 6 - Manufacturing Industries
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Manufacturing industry Industry location Industry classification Textile Industry

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  1. Class 10 Geography NCERT Ravina Bishnoi Proud to be an Indian


  2. Chapter 6 Manufacturing Industries


  3. Manufacturing Industries


  4. Importance of Manufacturing e Backbone of economic development e Modernising agriculture e Eradication of poverty & unemployment e Expand trade & commerce Transform raw material into furnished goods of higher value e Agriculture and Industry move hand in hand


  5. Contribution of industry to National Economy 17% of GDP Lower than East Asian economy where it is 25-35 % Growth rate of 7%,desired 12% . Since 2003 GR is 10% with appropriate policy intervention by govt . National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council (NMCC) set up


  6. Industry Location Raw material Power Labour Land Capital Transport Market Co mmunication Water


  7. CLASSIFICATION OF INDUSTRIES AGRO-BASED MINERAL- BASED COTTON TEXTILES JUTE TEXTILES SUGAR INDUSTRY AUTOMOBILE IRON &STEEL ALUMINIUM SMELTING CHEMICAL FERTILIZER CEMENT NFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


  8. Classification of Industries 1. On basis of raw material - Agro based & Mineral based 2. According to their role - key industry & consumer industry 3. On basis of capital investment - small scale & large scale industry 4. On basis of ownership - public, private & joint sector or cooperative sector 5. Based on weight of raw material - heavy or light industry


  9. Agro Based Industries . Textile Industry Occupy unique position in Indian economy . contribute 14% of industrial production . Employment generation 35 million -24.6 % to forex . 4% of GDP . Self reliant & complete in value chain


  10. Value addition chain Weaing C otton growng Ginning C otton lint F abric processing F inishing Spinning Knitting Gam ent production by tailors or gam ent factories Made-ups Gam ent Im porters Wholesalers Whole salers Retailers R etailers C onsumers Consum ers


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