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Problems of Indian Agriculture: During Economic Reforms

Several problems arise when we start to learn something new, like when we want to learn a new skill; maybe learning how to ride a bike for the first time,…

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The rightward and leftward shift of the demand curve

The rightward and leftward shift of the demand curve is a common question asked by me when I teach students the concepts of ‘demand and supply.  One basic rule you…

Agriculture & its features during Economic Planning

Agriculture; as we hear this word, the first thing that comes into the mind is greenery, farms, farmers, etc. But there is more to this, agriculture can be someone’s sole…

What are the goals of five-year plans?

A rational human being will always plan for the future beforehand, take the example of the current ‘Covid-19’ situation. People have started hoarding grocery and essential items for several months.…

What is a Plan?

Everyone plans their day, for instance, what time to wake up, what to have in breakfast, how many tasks will we achieve on this day, etc,. So, the plan is…

Economic System & its types

In day-to-day life, we see different people performing the same work differently. In the same way, we can observe that India adopted a different economic system at different periods to…

Economic planning in India

Finally, on 15th August 1947, India got independence. We all got the freedom we were seeking from Britishers for more than 200 years. Now, the biggest challenge appeared in front…

Positive Contributions of British Rule

he British Government followed an effective and efficient administrative setup which left a legacy of effective work culture for the people of India.

Infrastructure in India During the British rule

Infrastructure refers to the social and organizational structures like buildings, power supplies, roads, street lights, etc. Basic infrastructure such as railways, ports, water transport, posts, and telegraphs development met the British interest.

Occupational structure means the distribution of the workforce among different sectors of an economy. The sectors of the economy include;

Occupation Structure of Indian Economy at the time of Independence

Occupational structure means the distribution of the workforce among different sectors of an economy. The sectors of the economy include;

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