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  • 1. 1. Akshaya Sarang…………73 2. Pooja Semlani……………76 3. Priyanka Tripathi………....97 4. Dhara Upadhyay…………98 5. Harshali Yadav………….104
  • 2. 6. Priyanka Yadav……….…106 7. Rachael Carrasco…….....107 8. Kevin Dsouza…………….110 9.Gaurav Gupta……............112 10.Vibha Pande……………..113
  • 3. Introduction Causes of industrial revolution Phases-I of industrial revolution Phases-II of industrial revolution Phases-III of industrial revolution Effects of industrial revolution Impact Content
  • 4. Industrial revolution is a period of major industrialization that took place during the late 1700s and early 1800s. The Industrial Revolution, beginning in Great Britain, quickly spread throughout the world. This time period saw the mechanization of agriculture and textile manufacturing and a revolution in power
  • 5. England. France Germany
  • 6. It was started in England. it entitled English citizens to political rights, brought stability to England government which gave rise to progressive society and favored new discoveries and inventions.
  • 7. • Increase in Demand for English Goods. • Naval Supremacy & Peaceful Atmosphere. • Rivers for Producing Electricity. • Avaibility of Coal & Iron-Coal and Iron.
  • 8. 1. Machines and Labor (1770 – 1830) 2. Technical Revolution (1830 – 1870) 3. Technological Revolution (1870…)
  • 9. Phase-I Machines and Labor
  • 10. John Kay’s “Flying Shuttle” 1733
  • 11. Edmund Cartwright's “Power Loom” 1785
  • 12. James Watt’s “Steam Engine” 1769
  • 13. Steam Tractor
  • 14. Steam Ship
  • 15. Phase-II Technical Revolution
  • 16. oBritish cotton and woolen industries were established in Netherlands. oMachinery for manufacture of consumers goods was also being exported to different countries. oThen the machines were introduced in France, Belgium, Switzerland and Germany.
  • 17. oRussia was the last of the big European powers to have an industrial revolution. oThe American industries grew very rapidly after 1870. oJapan was the first country in Asia to get industrialized.
  • 18. Phase-III Technological Revolution
  • 19. In 1947 the transistor and digital computers were invented. Internet was introduced in 1969-Networks were developed in the late 1960`s and early 1970`s.
  • 20. Motorola created the first mobile phone, Motorola DynaTac in 1983. The first true digital camera was created by Steve sasson in 1988. In 1991 the World Wide Web was released to the public.
  • 21. Gramophone record to CD (released 1982) and MP3 (released 1994 for computers only first MP3 player 1998). VHS tape to Video CD (1993), DVD (1997) and Blu- ray (2006). Analog broadcasting to digital broadcasting. Payphone and landline phone to cell phone (mid-1990s to mid-2000s).
  • 22. Typewriter to printer (1980s to mid- 1990s). Mail to email (mid to late 1990s). Analog photography (film photography) to digital photography (first digicam sold in 1989).
  • 23. EFFECTS
  • 24. Large scale production. Increase in National Income of England. Improvement of Standard of Living Big Factories & Industrial towns. Development of Banking.
  • 25. Unsatisfactory Conditions in Factories. Lack of Drainage system & Poor Town Planning. Unemployment & Job-Security not Provided.
  • 26. Search for New Market for Surplus & Economic Exploitation. Need for Parliamentary reforms. Chartist movement.
  • 27. •Impact was Greatest in England. •Labor Problem. •New concepts.
  • 28. Bibliographic Sources Content taken from –”History text book- Hussain Naqvi” Wikipedia.

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