mill silo, blending of limestone powder to control CaCO3 percentage, burning of raw meal to form clinker, grinding the clinker with gypsum in cement mill and storage of cement in silo packing and distribution of cement. The specifications of raw materials used for cement productions are limestone 2470 (ton/day), laterite 130 (ton/day), raw meal ...

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NCERT Book Solutions For Class 10 Geography Contemporary India – II Chapter 6 Manufacturing Industries – CBSE Term II Free PDF Download. NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Geography Chapter 6 discusses about the industries which manufacture various items in a simple and understandable manner. Students who are finding it difficult to get the answers to the …

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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci (2014) 3(7) 780-787 780 Review Article Waste Management of Textiles: A Solution to The Environmental Pollution Ahmad Ashfaq1* and Amna Khatoon2 1Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering & Technology, A.M.U., Aligarh, India 2Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering & Technology, A.M.U, Aligarh, India

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Short Questions. Question 1: Explain the need for rapid industrialization in India. Answer: Rapid industrialization helps to provide employment, enables the masses to raise their standard of living and also …

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ADVERTISEMENTS: Sugar Industry in India: Growth, Problems and Distribution! Sugar can be produced from sugarcane, sugar-beet or any other crop having sugar content. But in India, sugarcane is the main source of sugar. At present, this is the second largest agro-based industry of India after cotton textile industry. ADVERTISEMENTS: India is the world's largest …

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Solution: Lime stone, silica, alumina and gypsum are the raw materials needed for a cement industry Question-19 Why are most of the jute mills of India located in West Bengal? Solution: 1. About 90% of India's jute is produced in the Ganga- Brahmaputra delta. Hence there is abundant and regular supply of jute. 2.

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It produces 39.38 per cent mill cloth and 10.79 per cent yarn of India. About three lakh workers are engaged in this industry in Maharashtra. Mumbai is the largest centre in India having 63 mills out of Maharashtra's total of 122 mills. Mumbai is rightly called the Cottonopolis of India. Table 27.6 Mill Production of Cotton Yarn in India ...

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3 | The Indian steel industry: Growth, challenges and digital disruption Foreword Metals have been one of the core drivers of industrialisation. Among metals, steel has historically held a dominant position. As a raw material and intermediate product, production and consumption of steel are widely regarded as indicators of economic progress.

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India holds second rank after China in the export of cotton textile. Thus, cotton textile is the main industry from employment as well as production point of view. In the initial years, the cotton textile mills were mainly established in Mumbai and Ahmedabad. India's first cotton mill was started in Mumbai.

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Aashiyana. Tata Steel Industrial Consulting. Our Raw Materials operations in India are mainly spread in three broad areas - iron-ore, chromite and coal. The chromite and manganese mines and their operations have been amalgamated under the 'Ferro Alloys & Minerals Division' that acts as a separate strategic business unit.

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Raw cotton arrives initially in densely packed bales, and these bales are subjected to a series of steps over time, ultimately undergoing a dramatic change. While raw cotton contains fiber, due to how cotton is harvested, it also carries small plant parts and field trash (non-lint or foreign matter) that must be removed thoroughly.

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5. India's Largest Feed Mill at Hoskote, Bangalore was opened recently. Read about this state of the art feed mill. Innovation driven practical solutions towards creating nutrition enriched products. Suguna presents Home Bites, a range of ready to eat home meal replacements. Just heat and eat. Technology And Trends.

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Question 16: Mention two reasons for the development of the petrochemical industry in India. Answer: The raw materials for the petrochemicals industry are cheaper. They are easily available and not dependent on the traditional raw materials like, metal, wood or agricultural products. Question 17: Name three units for production of locomotives and coaches under the …

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India from an environment point of view, it is wholly owned by the Government, which allocates the wagons to various agencies in the country. For the raw material segment, we are totally dependent on the Indian Railways for inbound transportation. We have closed-circuit rakes running between the captive mines, ports and manufacturing locations.

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