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INDUSTRIES FOR CLASS 8

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INDUSTRIES FOR CLASS 8

  1. 1. INDUSTRIES Raw materials Agro based industries Mineral based industries Marine based industries Forest based industries Size Large scale industries Small scale industries Owner ship Private sector industries Joint sector industries Co-operative sector industries Public sector industries
  2. 2. Raw materials Agro based industries Mineral based industries Marine based industries Forest based industries
  3. 3.
  4. 4. size Small scale industries Large scale industries
  5. 5. Owner ship Private sector industries Joint sector industries Co-operative sector industries Public sector industries
  6. 6. •Raw materials •Labour •Transport •Power •Land •Converting raw materials into finished products •End products and income earned in it
  7. 7. Major industrial regions •Eastern north America •Western Europe •Central Europe •Eastern Europe •Eastern Asia Major industrial regions in India •Mumbai-pune cluster •Bangalore-Tamil nadu region •Hugli region •Ahmadabad- Baroda region •Chottanagpur Industrial Belt • Vishakhapatnam-Guntur Belt • Gurgaon-Delhi-Meerut region •Kollam-Thiruvanathapuram industrial cluster
  8. 8.  iron and steel industry  textile industry  information technology
  9. 9.  world distribution: Germany, USA, Japan, Russia and China Leading producer in the world : USA Leading producer in India: Jharkhand
  10. 10. •iron ore • coal •Limestone •labour •Capital •site •converting iron ore into steel •steel which may be used by other industries as raw material.
  11. 11. Iron and steel property and uses •Steel is tough and it can easily be shaped, cut, or made into wire. Special alloys of steel can be made by adding small amounts of other metals such as aluminum, nickel, and copper. Alloys give steel unusual hardness, toughness, or ability to resist rust. •Steel is often called the backbone of modern industry. Almost everything we use is either made of iron or steel or has been made with tools and machinery of these metals. Ships, trains, trucks, and autos are made largely of steel. Even the safety pins and the needles you use are made from steel. Oil wells are drilled with steel machinery.
  12. 12. Iron and steel industry
  13. 13.  world distribution: USA, Japan, India, China, Russia  Leading producer in the world: Japan (Osaka)  Leading producer in India: Gujarat (Ahmadabad)
  14. 14. •Cotton •Labour •Factory •Transport system •Ginning •Spinning •Weaving •Dyeing •Printing •Shirt we wear
  15. 15. Textile industry
  16. 16. Important cities in India: Mumbai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai Gurgaon, Pune, Thiruvanthapuram, Kochi and Chandigarh

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