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presentation on occupations

  1. 1. THE WORK WE DOBasic knowledge we get from some of the activities we participate in schools and colleges likea) Pot paintingb) Singingc) Dancingd) Art and crafte) Meal planningf) gardening
  2. 2. For any kind of profession we learn from family members or by some professional training. FROM FAMILY Farming Blacksmith Potter Basket making
  3. 3. FROM TRAININGFROM TRAININGFashion designingJournalismTeachingEngineeringFilm makingComputerDoctorAnd so many others
  4. 4. MAIN OCCUPATION OF PEOPLE IN INDIAIS FARMING AND MANY OTHER PEOPLE DEPEND UPON FARMING GRINDER POTTERANIMALREARING FARMING BASKET MAKING BLACKSMITH
  5. 5. Why farmers started shifting tocities and towns leaving farming? The reasons are Small landholdings Old methods of farming Low quality seeeds Less crops Large family
  6. 6. FEMALE DOMINATED AGRICULTURE THE REASONS ARE SMALL FARMSMEN SHIFTED TO CITIES IN SEARCH OF SUPPLEMENTS EARNINGS
  7. 7. Some occupations are semiskilled. They need training for small period like Tailoring Drivers Shoemaker Washer man Cooks Plumber
  8. 8. LOCATION OF INDUSTRIES Industries are located in areas whereraw material is easily available. It helps to Reduce the cost of transportation Raw material is easily available Many people living nearby get jobs
  9. 9. Tribals of MizoramTheir life revolves around bamboo. Thebamboo is easily available and grown inforests so they use it for every purpose
  10. 10. Use bamboo fans Use bamboo pen and paper They use bamboo furniture Wear bamboo clothes Play with bamboo toys
  11. 11. HOUSEBAMBOO utensils
  12. 12. They also eat bamboo sprouts and other dishes made from bamboo
  13. 13. LOCTION OF GUJJARS OF HIMALAYASHIMALAYAAS THE NORTH OF INDIA
  14. 14. GUJJARS THE GYPSIES OF HIMALAYASThey are nomads and move from one place to another with their flocks of sheep , buffaloes, goats, cows etc.
  15. 15. TYPES OF GUJJARSBUSNECKS DEPEND UPON FARMING BANIHARAS KEEP B UFFOLOES AND SELL MILK AND MILK PRODUCTSBAKERWAL STILL FOLLOW NOMADIC LIFE
  16. 16. Gujjar, is a wandering tribe of HimalayasGujjar, is a wanderingtribe of the Himalayas Gujjar, is a wandering tribe of the Himalayas.

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