Asked in Manufacturing
Contribution in the GDP of India from Tea industry?
The contribution in the GDP of India from the tea industry is quite proportionate. There are 1692 registered tea manufacturers and 2200 registered tea exporters. ...
Asked in Economics, India
What is the contribution of cement industry in the GDP of India?
The cement industry is one of the oldest sectors of business in India. It accounts for around 11 percent of the total GDP. ...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Pranjal Sarma written?
Pranjal Sarma has written: 'A sociological study of an oil industry in Assam' -- subject(s): Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (India), Petroleum industry and trade, Social aspects, Social aspects of Petroleum industry and trade ...
What is the contribution of Bollywood industry in GDP of India?
GDP of India is increased by Bollywood. The Bollywood industry contributes to the goodness of the country. It helps in improving the conditions. ...
Asked in Business & Finance, Economics
What is the contribution of the automobile sector to India GDP?
Contribution of auto sector to GDP (in %)YearShare in GDP(%)20065.20%2010E7.20%2016E10.40%Source: Automotive Mission Plan (Ministry of Heavy Industries & PublicEnterprises, Department of Heavy Industry, Government of India) ...
Asked in History of India
What contribution did Quit India Movement make towards India?
It placed the demand for independence on the immediate agenda of national movement.2.the outbreak of qim gave huge energy to INA ...
What is the role of insurance to economic development in India?
Role of Insurance in Economic Development in India 1. Risk Transfer- Insurance is a risk transfer mechanism whereby the individual or the business enterprise can shift some of the uncertainties of life on the shoulder of the other. 2. Healthy Life- Insurance provides all the people to live a cleaner, healthier, comfortable and easy life. 3. Protection of trade or industry- In peace, the insurance provides protection of trade and industry which ultimately contribution towards human progress. Thus, insurance is the most lending force...