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Economic impact of British colonial rule in India
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In this Bytes video learn about the economic impact of British Colonial Rule in India.

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sir ..how u assume overhang beam as a cantilever beam ..... and how B point where is roller support...... work as a fixed end ...please clarify this......
Shivam Yadav
7 months ago
when we make free body diagram ,then it comes a bending moment at point B and also there is a reaction force at point B in upward direction and point C is free end. and we know that if bending moment and shear force restricted then it is acted like a fixed end. so it is a cantilever beam. here you may also take horizontal force reaction but this value will be zero.
Krishankant Sharma
7 months ago
OK .... sir...,thanks for reply...... happy raksha bandhan......
Krishankant Sharma
7 months ago
OK .... sir...,thanks for reply...... happy raksha bandhan......
Shivam Yadav
7 months ago
welcome. bro ...Happy Raksha Bandhan
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please make a video on how the partition affected the Indian economy
super Voice...👌👌👌. Thanks ..🙏🙏
Now please tell us how MNCs are destroying or constructing Indian economy? what will happen if they start pulling off their funds and investment ? How India can reduce it's present defence and oil imports ?
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please upload a video about tinkathia custom and growth of indutries in british ruled of india
  1. The Economic Impact of British Colonial Rule in India.


  2. Disruption of traditional economy The British economic policies led to the rapid transformation of India's economy into a colonial economy whose nature and structure were determined by the needs of the British economy


  3. With the British colonial rule, there was a sudden and quick collapse of the urban handicrafts industry


  4. The ruin of Indian industries, particularly rural artisan industries happened faster with the railways coming in.


  5. In the Zamindari areas, the peasants were left to the mercies of the zamindars who raised rents to unbearable limits and compelled them to pay illegal dues.


  6. The government could have helped in improving and modernising agriculture. But the government refused to recognise any such responsibility


  7. Around the second half of the nineteenth century large-scale machine-based industries in India got established. These industries expanded slowly but continuously. Most of the modern Indian industries were owned or controlled by British capital


  8. The poverty of the people found its culmination in a series of famines which ravaged all parts of India in the second half of the nineteenth century