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K J Somiaya Comprehensive College of education. PPT presentation of CAP

K J Somiaya Comprehensive College of education. PPT presentation of CAP

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  • 1. SECTORAL DISTRIBUTION OF INDIAN ECONOMY K.J SOMIAYA COMPREHENSIVE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, TRAINING & RESEARCH NAME: VRUSHALI PATIL ROLL NO. 50 SUBJECT : ECONOMICS STD : 9 th B.Ed 2010 -2011
  • 2. CONTENT
    • FACTS ABOUT INDIAN ECONOMY
    • DIFFERENT SECTORS OF INDIAN ECONOMY
    • Primary Sector
    • Secondary Sector
    • Tertiary Sector
    • GDP
    • CONTRIBUTION TO GDP
  • 3. CURRENT FACTS OF INDIAN ECONOMY
    • Indian economy, is the third largest economy in the world, in terms of purchasing power.
    • The economy of India is the eleventh largest economy in the world by nominal GDP.
    • In 2009, Indian GDP based on purchasing power parity (PPP) stood at USD 3.5 trillion.
    • India currently accounts for 1.5% of the total Indian trade as per WTO, 2007 publications.
  • 4. DIFFERENT SECTORS OF INDIAN ECONOMY
    • Indian Economy is divided into 3 main sectors that is :-
    • Primary Sector
    • Secondary Sector
    • Tertiary Sector
  • 5. PRIMARY SECTOR
    • Economic activity depends on use of natural resources.
    • Most products from this sector provides raw materials for other industries.
    • In 1970 the share of this sector was 50% which has reduced to 29% in 1995 and is now further reduced to 25%.
  • 6. INDUSTRIES IN PRIMARY SECTOR Fishing Industry Agriculture Industry
  • 7. INDUSTRIES IN PRIMARY SECTOR MINING INDUSTRY FORESTRY
  • 8. PRIMARY SECTOR CONTRIBUTION TO GDP FROM 1990 TO 2009
  • 9. SECONDARY SECTOR
    • Economic sectors that create a finished usable product.
    • Takes the output of the primary sector and manufactures finished goods.
    • Contributes 24% of the share in Indian economy.
  • 10. INDUSTRIES IN SECONDARY SECTOR STEEL INDUSTRY
  • 11. INDUSTRIES IN SECONDARY SECTOR TEXTILE INDUSTRY ENERGY INDUSTRY AEROSPACE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY                                                                             
  • 12. SECONDARY SECTOR CONTRIBUTION TO GDP FROM 1990 TO 2009
  • 13. TERTIARY SECTOR
    • Is also called as “Service Sector”.
    • Is complementary to both Primary and Secondary Sector.
    • In Developed economies, Tertiary sector has the largest contribution in GDP and employment of work force.
  • 14. INDUSTRIES IN TERTIARY SECTOR INSURANCE INDUSTRY BANKING INDUSTRY
  • 15. INDUSTRIES IN TERTIARY SECTOR HOTEL INDUSTRY AIRLINE INDUSTRY                                                                                
  • 16. GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT (GDP)
    • Market value of Final goods and services within the Domestic territory of the country during the year.
    • It indicates the real growth rate.
    • Two methods to calculate it are:
    • Actual Price method
    • Cost Factor method
  • 17. CONTRIBUTION OF SECTORS IN GDP
  • 18. EVALUATION
    • Name the 3 sectors in the Indian Economy?
    • Ans:
    • Primary Sector
    • Secondary Sector
    • Tertiary Sector
  • 19. EVALUATION
    • Which activities are included in Primary Sector ?
    • Ans:
    • Agriculture
    • Mining
    • Fishing
    • Forestry
  • 20. EVALUATION
    • Which are the activities in the Secondary Sector?
    • Ans:
    • Steel Industry
    • Textile Industry
    • Aerospace Industry
    • Chemical Industry
  • 21.                    

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