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Story of Village Palampur - Part 1
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Class 9 summary of NCERT.

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  1. Textbook for Class The Story of Village Palampur


  2. BY AYUSSH SANGHI


  3. PART1


  4. AIM OF THE CHAPTER


  5. To introduce some basic concepts relating to the production in a hypothetical village called Palampur


  6. Organisation of Production The aim of production is to produce the goods and services that we want. Every production is organised by combining-land, labour, physical capital and human capital, which are known as factors of production


  7. Organisation of Production There are four requirements for production of goods and services. Land Labour Physical Capital (the variety of inputs required at every stage during production) Fixed capital: Tools, machines, buildings can be used in production over many years. working capital: Raw materials and money in hand Knowledge and enterprise


  8. Factors of Production These are the inputs needed to provide goods and services Land: Includes any natural resources, seas, oceans, underground, the sky, where buildings are built. Labour: Includes all human effort, mental or physical. Capital: Goods used to supply other productsEntrepreneurshi or en- ter-prize is the willingness and ability to take risks and make decisions for the business. and services.


  9. Organisation of production: Land . Farming is the main production activity in the village Palampur, so majority of the population is engaged and dependent on agriculture for livelihood. Increasing farm production is constrained as land under cultivation is fixed, although during the 1960s some of the wastelands have been converted to cultivable land and further e C


  10. USING IRRIGATION TO INCREASE PRODUCTION