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NIOS Class 12 Geography Chapter 24 Industrial Development
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TEXTUAL QUESTION & ANSWER
INTEXT QUESTION 24.1
Q.1. When and where was coal mining for started?
Ans. 1772 in Raniganj.
Q.2. In which year the railways were introduced in India?
Q.3. Where was Tata Iron and Steel Plant established?
Ans. At jamshedpur.
INTEXT QUESTIONS 24.2
Q.1. Which one of the following industries belongs to public sector?
(i) J.K. Cement.
(ii) Tata Iron and Steel Plant.
(iii) Bokaro iron and steel plant.
(iv) Raymond’s Synthetics.
Ans.(iii) Bokaro iron and steel plant.
Q.2. Which one of the following is a consumer industry?
(ii) Iron and Steel.
(iii) Chittaranjan Locomotives.
(iv) Sugar industry.
Ans. (iv) Sugar industry.
Q.3. Which one of the following is a small scale industry?
(iv) Ceiling fans
Ans.(iv) Ceiling fans.
Q.4. Name five criteria under which industries can be classified.
Ans.1. source of raw material.
4. Size and industry.
5. Weight of raw material and finished products.
INTEXT QUESTIONS 24.3
Q.1. When and where was first modern cotton textile mill established?
Ans. 1854 in Mumbai.
Q.2. How much is the share of powerloom in the total production of cotton textile in India?
Q.3. Which state is the leading producer of cotton textile in India?
Q.4. State any three reasons behind the shifting of sugar industry from north India to South India.
Ans.1. High production of sugarcane per hectare.
2. Higher sucrose content.
3. Longer crushing season.
4. Modernist and well equipped machinery.
5. Mills in cooperative sector.
INTEXT QUESTIONS 25.4
Q.1. State the place of location and the year of establishment of ‘Bengal Iron and Steel Works’.
Ans. Kulti in west Bengal, 1817.
Q.2. In collaboration of which country, the Durgapur Steel Plant was established?
Ans. United Kingdom.
Q.3. Which one of the following still plants is located in the state of Andhra Pradesh:
Ans. (d) Vishakhapatnam.
Q.4. which one of the following still plants is in private sector:
Ans. (c) Jamshedpur.
INTEXT QUESTIONS 24.5
Q.1. Mention three important raw materials substituted by petro-chemicals?
Ans. 1. Wood.
Q.2. Where has Indian petrochemicals corporation been headquartered?
Q.3. Write one centre of petrochemical industry in Maharashtra state.
Q.4. Match the following:
|(a) Nunamati||(i) Kerala|
|(b) Kochi||(ii) Assam|
|(c) Karnal||(iii) Bihar|
|(d) Barauni||(iv) Haryana|
|(a) Nunamati||(ii) Assam|
|(b) Kochi||(i) Kerala|
|(c) Karnal||(iv) Haryana|
|(d) Barauni||(iii) Bihar|
INTEXT QUESTIONS 24.6
Q.1. When did India formulated its first industrial policy?
Q.2. Mention any three industries on which emphasis has been laid in the VII five Year Plan.
Ans. Electronics, advanced machine tools and tele-communications.
Q.3. What is meant by liberalisation?
Ans. Liberalisation means a reduced role of the government and a greater role for the market or the liberal attitude of the government for establishment and running industries.