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Story of Palampur (in Hindi)
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This lesson will show you how a village economy runs and essentials of production.

Suraj Kumar Gupta is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Suraj Kumar Gupta
Faculty at Allen Career Institute Top Educator 2017 Certified production engineer from RCF Kapurthala & BALCO Korba, winner of competition

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Uttar Pradesh ranks first in area (36.58% of India) and production (36.27% of India) of wheat in the country. There has been impressive increase in wheat production from 42 lakh tones in 1961 -62 to 259.76 lakh tones in 1999-00 (518% increase). Most of the production comes from the areas of the Ganga-Yamuna Doab and the Rohilkhand plains. Out of 100 leading wheat producing districts (each with more than lakh tones of production), 43 belong to Uttar Pradesh and 19 to the western part of the state. Aligarh district is the leading producer contributing 1.3% of the total production of the country and 4 percent of Uttar Pradesh. Five leading producers of Aligarh, Bulandshahr, Meerut, Moradabad and Gorakhpur together supply 18.5 per cent of the state's wheat output. Other important districts include Muzaffarnagar,Mathura,Saharanpur, Deoria, Kanpur, Budaun, Agra and Etawah which have significant share in the wheat production of the state. In fact wheat is a popular crop in the entire area located west of Allahabad, Here canal and tube well irrigation, greater use of HYV seeds, fertilisers and new farm techniques have greatly favoured the cul­tivation of wheat amongst the farmers.
sir ncert hard copy pr padhna sir phodne k barabar hain.... thankyu is tarike se hum jyada yad bhi aur samj bhi sakte hain....... love you suraj sir... live long
The Kharif crop is the summer crop or monsoon crop in India. Kharif crops are usually sown with the beginning of the first rains in July, during the south-west monsoon season. Major Kharif crops of India include Millets (Bajra & Jowar), Cotton, Soyabean, Sugarcane, Turmeric, Paddy (Rice), Maize, Moong (Pulses), Groundnut, Red Chillies, etc. The Rabi crop is the spring harvest or winter crop in India . It is sown in October last and harvested in March April every year. Major Rabi crops in India include Wheat, Barley, Mustard, Sesame, Peas etc.
Please do focus more on teaching.In most of the videos I have seen redundant information ABOUT THE AUTHOR in all the lectures. Could you all please teach other than just promoting and advertising your mentors.
Sir i am bad at teaching. Thats why i just keep on promoting. I guess you are much better than me. Please go to playstore and download the app educate. Comeup with the courses, i will be the first one to rate, review and recommend your course :)
And as your profile suggests your lifetime learning minutes is less than any of my course. So i would recommend you to watch them completely, so that you can get more points of criticism.
Nitin Mangtani
3 years ago
Not criticizing.You go me wrong .I mean why in every lecture every mentor comes up with more of their own personal details.Is it not enough to have the introductory part in the first lecture only..? just a suggestion. and please don't take it personally I just raised what I observed .and from learning point of view I liked the teachings,especially in Hindi which we don't find very often.
Actually there's slogan, very popular in India, JO DIKHTA HAI, WAHI BIKTA HAI. So thats the mindset of majority of people out there who just wanna learn from those persons who achieved more than them. (I am talking about the majority here). Hence its our organisation's policy to give a brief introduction before the lesson. No one does it for boasting (which many people think.) And i did not taken your comment personally, i am replying this on the behalf of every educator who is teaching at unacademy and facing such comments everyday. Hence i always request critics if you don't like anything, come up with a solution, with a new course of atleast a lesson, that would be far much better, isnt it ?
Pranjal Pandey
2 years ago
leli aache se
Surjeet Singh
2 years ago
nice sir ji..u r doing great ..keep going with other courses too.
Prabhav Garg
2 years ago
aur intro pasand nahi h to forward ka button bhi hota h keyboard mai... :P
thank u so much sir... .. ND it's vry interesting especially in Hindi... am njoyng Now economy :-):-):-):-)

  2. ABOUT ME ollege ede Winner of UNO essay writing competition . Cleared UPSC CDS four times in a row Interests : Writing, Playing Guitar and piano, Painting, Cricket etc. RATE, REVIEW, RECOMMEND

  3. INTRO . Based on study of Gilbert Entienne of Bulandshehar (UP) .Neighboring villages - Raiganj & Shahpur. All weather road ilages - Raiganj & Shahpur. All connectivity .Demographic Dividend-80 upper class family, 1/3rd SC Infra- Electric connection in most houses, Tubewells, 2 primary schools & 1 high school and one PHC

  4. REQUIREMENTS OF PRODUCTION . Land Labour Physical Capital (fixed and working ) . Human Capital

  5. FARMING IN PALAMPUR Question rises- How to increase production when land is fixed ? Methods are :- 1. Growing Multiple Crops (Kharif, Potato, Rabi and Sugarcane) 2. Well Developed irrigation (does it happens to all villages in India?) 3. Yield ( what is this?) 4. Using HVY, chemical fertilizers and pesticids 5. Use of Farm machinary TV Beeds Modern Farmin Methods Machinery Diesel DAIS Pump Bets


  7. WHAT ARE THE ILL EFFECTS? . Land Degradation Lowering levels of Ground water Fertility of soil



  10. CAPITAL Most small farmers have to borrow money to arrange for the capital . In contrast to the small farmers, the medium and large farmers have their own savings from farming. They are thus able to arrange for the capital needed. Migration of labour (as seen labourers from BH &UP to PB, DL, HR, MH etc)