The Indian urban regions are adopted rapid transport system. The metro trains transport system is one of the new rapid transport in urban regions in India. The objective is to make metro train transport once more competitive with respect to road and general railway transport. The metro trains are playing a significant role in the rapid transit system in India. The metro is reducing the fuel consumption and saving the fuel cost, if the metro began the operation number of vehicles off the road, there been a progressive reduction in daily vehicles for example buses, cars, two wheelers, auto and rickshaw demand due to the people.
Industrial Culture in India Every country in the world is concerned about its economic development .The fruits of such development arise to the country with technological and educational development. These technological and educational changes get reflected in the society. And these social changes lead to new culture. Development of science and technology led to a rapid industrialization in India. Our lives are dependent on industries because industries provide goods, employment and services which satisfy our wants.
In today's world, some vehicles can not travel at high speed rates. No matter how old there are people feel the urge to not obey the roadway laws, which therefore kills thousand of people each year. Many factors go into the dangers of speeding including vehicles not being able to handle the high speeds, driver's reaction time,
INDUSTRY ANALYSIS A Report on PORTS By AKSHAY GUPTA ANANT ZALPURI ANUDEEP MANCHINENI SIDDHARTHA MITRA VIKRAM GANJOO YASHWANTH REDDY NADIDE INTRODUCTION India, being one of the largest peninsular country in the world, is blessed with a coastline of 7517 kilometres and hence Ports play an important role in handling traffic of trade. India’s 13 major and 187 non major ports cater to coastal and overseas trade. This includes handling more than 90% of Indian trade in terms of volume. The major ports are under the administration of the Central Government, whereas State Governments take charge of the jurisdiction of the minor ports. With a growth of around 6% CAGR in the last half decade, resulting in the congestion of the major ports,
Infrastructural issues like poor connectivity, bad road conditions to drive in, inadequate sea ports or air capacities and lack of development of modes of transport like the railways and alternates like inland water transport and the domestic air transport have also been a constant irritant to the sector. Because of some of these infrastructural bottlenecks, costs per transaction present in the sector is relatively very much higher when it is compared to those in the developed markets. The poor infrastructure has severely crippled the smooth functioning of logistics operations in the
INTRODUCTION This paper seeks to analyse the structure of the Indian aviation industry and seeks to question whether the airline industry fits into any particular market structure. The Indian transport sector was dominated by the Indian Railways for the longest time before the airline industry started to flourish. This new industry boasted of better quality of travel and reducing large distances to mere hours. However, the prices were much higher than the Indian society was used to. The peculiarity lay in the fact that an industry of this kind would not have been able to survive but it managed to, and even had a large market share in the transport industry.
INDUSTRIAL SECTOR : Industrial sector plays a big role as before 1990 they opened a market to invest in foreign market for earning in various sectors of steel , medicines etc. but now after 1991 it changes a lot you can directly invest in foreign markets which solve
Promote public transportation, not private vehicles. When you get on an Indian road it becomes all too apparent as to how deeply the economic disparities are entrenched in the Indian society. The ultra-rich travel in their monster-sized SUVs, the rich in their swanky sedans, the upper-middle class in their hatchbacks, and the lower-middle class people ride their low-end motor bikes. The poor either use the overcrowded public transport or ride their bicycles. And, the pedestrians, if any, are left with hardly any space on the roads.
Use of Public transport and the use of metro-trains are also being encouraged. Education in rural India is a big factor due to which India is not progressing at a faster rate. The government has started building new schools in the rural part of India. Teachers are also being given more education on how to teach properly. Many non-profit organizations have been started such as ‘teach India’ and ‘Save the children NGO’ have been started, which provide free education to students.
Economic Development Policy in India in the Late Seventies – Early Eighties Abstract: In the late seventies – early eighties the Indian government faced the problem of the discrepancy between the contribution of the primary sector to the GDP (20%) and its share in the workforce (60% of the population). In combination with the low level of employment in the service industry (and low productivity in the agricultural sector) the unemployment had increased extremely by 1975. The paper deals with the causes of this inconsistency and the structural reforms that the Indian government should have implemented to achieve economic prosperity. The Indian government re-allocated capital and especially labour resources from low-productivity economic sector