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Why NREGA 2005 is referred to as Right to Work ?
define the term DEVELOPMENT. how is it linked with sustainability? explain with example
please answer fast ........
explain types of unemployment
between open unemployment and disguised unemployment.
why is tertiary sector becoming very important in india ? write any 4 reasons.
I want 15 M.C.Q. from chapter-2 SECTORS OF THE INDIAN ECONOMY.
Differentiate between organised and unorganised sector . (5 marks)
describe the historical changes in the economic sector over the last hundred years
explain the primary, secondary , tertiary sector ? with example.
how to create more employment?
Q2)Highlight any three differences between intermediate goods and finalgoods?
Very urgent! May God Bless you! :)
mind map of sectors of the indian economy.
Agriculture and industries are complementary to each other. Justify the statement by giving any 5 points.
the objective of implementing the NREGA 2005.
How are the three sectors of economy interdependent?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of both organised and unorganized sector?? (A correct link ll also do)
What is the significance of secondary sector in India economy? How does it help in the economic development of the country?
what is GDP ? how is it calculated ? explain with examples.
how are the 3 sectors of economy interdependent. Explain with 5 suitable example
Explain how public sector contributes to the economic development of a nation ?
In what ways can employment be increased in urban areas ?
Explain how the 3 sectors of the economy are dependant on each other?
Relation Between Primary,Secondary & tertiary Sector
explain the features of the comprehensive land development programme initiated in India in the 1980s and 1990s.
how is the tertiary sector different from other sectors ? illustrate with a few examples.
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