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  • DEMOGRAPHIC CONDITION DURING BRITISH RULE
  • 1. HIGH BIRTH AND DEATH RATE2. EXTENSIVE POVERTY3. POOR HEALTH FACILITY4. LOW FEMALE LITERACY I.E. 7%5. OVERALL LITERACY LEVEL WAS LESS THANN 16%.6. LIFE EXPECTANCY WAS LOW.7. HIGH RATE OF INFANT MORTALITY
  • OCCUPATIONAL STRUCTURE DURING BRITISH RULE
  • LARGEST SHARE OF WORK FORCE 75% DEPEND ON AGRICULTURE SECTOR
  • GROWING REGIONAL VARIATIONS
  • INFRASTRUCTURE DURING BRITISH RULE
  • THE ROAD WERE BUILT FOR MOBILISING THE ARMY WITHIN INDIA AND FOR TAKING RAW MATERIAL FROM COUNTRYSIDE TO NEAREST RAILWAY STATION OR PORTS TO SEND THIS TO ENGLAND. THE INTRODUCTION OF EXPENSIVE SYSTEM OF TELEGRAPH IN INDIA WAS TO MAINTAIN LAW AND ORDER IN THE COUNTRY. THE POSTAL SERVICE STILL INADEQUATE FOR DOMESTIC GROWTH.
  • CAUSE FOR INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
  • REAL MOTIVE TO DEVELOP INFRASTRUCTURE WAS NOT TO PROVIDE BASCI AMENITIES TO PEOPLE BUT TO SERVE VARIOUS SELFISH INTERESTS OF BRITISH GOVERNMENT. ALSO TO MAKE HUGE PROFITS BY LINKING RAILWAYS BY MAJOR INDIAN PORT. AND TO INVEST BRITISH FUND IN INDIA TO MAKE PROFIT.
  • POSITIVE CONTRIBUTION OF BRITISH RULE IN INDIA
  • 1. INTRODUCTION OF RAILWAY, ROAD, WATER TRANSPORT2. COMMERCIALISATION OF AGRICULTURE3. MONETORY SYSTEM OF EXCHANGE4. EFFECTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SETUP WHICH LEFT LEGACY OF EFFECTIVE WORK CULTURE FOR PEOPLE OF INDIA
  • AADITYA S. KHARKECLASS: XII CROLL NO. SCHOOL: KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA NO. 1, VASCO, GOA
  • ART INTERGRATED ECONOMICS PROJECT
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