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Transport and communication


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Transport and communication

  2. 2. A POWERPOINTPRESENTATION ON: An Intro to theLifelines of NationalEconomy and; Communication
  3. 3. Transport: The development of a countrydepends upon the production of goods andservices as well as their movement to theirdestination. Transport helps raw materialsreach the factory and finished product to theconsumer. Thus, it plays an important rolein both production and distribution of thegoods.
  4. 4. Transport has linked India tothe rest of the world and hascontributed to her socio-economic progress.It has shrunk the world and hasenriched our life. It addedgrowingamenities and facilities for ourcomforts of life.
  5. 5. Apart from transport , mode ofcommunications like internet andtelephone make flawless flow ofinformation possible. Today, the world had beenconverted into a large village with the helpof efficient transport and a developedcommunication system.
  6. 6. COMMUNICATION: Communication refers to the exchange ofideas, messages or emotions from one place to another. It’s oftwo types-namely, personal and mass communication. Personal communication includes telephoneand e-mail while the latter consists ofradio, television, films, etc.
  7. 7. PERSONAL COMMUNICATON: The India Postal Network handles parcels as well aspersonal written communications and has divided it into FIRST-CLASS MAIL and SECOND-CLASS MAIL.FIRST-CLASS MAIL: Includes cards and envelopes. They are carried byland and air transport.SECOND-CLASS MAIL: Includes packets, newspapers and periodicals.They are carried by surface mail, covering land and water transport.
  8. 8. India has one of the largest telephone networksin the world. Special provisions have beenintroduced by our government by extending24hrs STD facilities to every village tostrengthen the flow of information.
  9. 9. MASS COMMUNICATION: Mass communication provides entertainment andcreates awareness among the masses about various matters. Theyinclude radio, television, newspapers, etc.RADIO: All India Radio{Akashwani} broadcasts a variety ofprogrammes for the people spread over the country.DOORDARSHAN: The national television of India broadcasts programmesfrom educational to sports for different age groups.
  10. 10. NEWSPAPERS: A large number of newspapers are produced in about 100languages annually. The largest produced language is Hindi, followed byUrdu and English. FILMS: India is the largest producer of feature films. The Central Board of Film Certification is the authority to certify both Indian and foreign films.
  11. 11. Thank You;By:J.Gokulapriya V.Tharun T.K.Tamizharasan N.Hariharan V.Raghul