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Worksheet – Development Experience of India, China, and Pakistan

Attempt this worksheet after revising the development experience of India, China, and Pakistan and the Development path of Pakistan. Go ahead, you can do it. Good luck! Worksheet 1. Why…

Worksheet on Sustainable Development

For attempting the worksheet on Sustainable development, please go through the following topics thoroughly: What is sustainable economic development?Global WarmingWhat is sustainable development?What are the strategies to achieve sustainable development…


Problems and Solutions to Unemployment in India

When we learned about types of employment, we came to see that India has a formal and informal sector of employment. Now when a person is able and willing to…

Formal and Informal Sector of Employment

Formal and Informal Sector of Employment is an activity that enables a person to earn, that is, a person gives his services and gets paid in return. So, if all…

Agricultural Diversification

What is the Agricultural Diversification?

To develop the rural sector, we need to focus on alternative options related to agriculture. Diversification means having other alternative options. The need for agricultural diversification arises from the fact…

Sources of rural credit

Sources of Rural Credit

Rural development is an important pillar for any country’s successful development and growth. We have seen the meaning of rural development, key issues faced by India for rural development, and…

Energy- Issues, Challenges and solution

What are some energy problems?

Energy is a crucial part of economic infrastructure. There are several challenges when it comes to energy: it is mostly insufficient in the rural sector, not only due to affordability…

Development Path of Pakistan

In the late 1950s and 1960s. Pakistan introduced a variety of regulated policy framework for import substitution industrializing.

the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, was a sociopolitical movement in China from 1966 until 1976. Mao Zedong, the chairman of the Communist Party of China, launched it.

Development Experience of India, Pakistan, and China

Great Leap Forward in China started in 1858.

Global warming is a direct result of a man-made increase in carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases because of the burning of fossil fuels and deforestation

Global Warming- Definition, causes, effects

Global warming is a direct result of a man-made increase in carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases because of the burning of fossil fuels and deforestation

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