Which sector is engaging most of the population?
Answer: in secondary sector the largest number of people are engaged in India.
What percentage of population are engaged in primary sector?
(2) From the given graph we can conclude that population engaged in primary activities in India is around 10 percentage. (3) The contribution of secondary activities in India towards GDP( gross domestic product) is 15 to 30 percent.
What could be the reasons behind a high percentage of people engaged in tertiary sector?
Better technology and improved labour productivity have enabled a higher output of manufactured goods and agriculture with less labour. This increased productivity has led to: Increased incomes of workers to spend on services. Spare labour to be able to work in the more labour intensive tertiary sector.
In which occupation is the largest population of India engaged?
Distribution of main workers by industrial category shows that agriculture sector still employs largest number of workers. The dependence on agriculture is brought out by the fact that of the 313 million main workers in the country, 166 million (56.6%) has been engaged in ‘Agricultural and allied activities’.
What percentage of Indians are still engaged in primary sector?
Sector-wise GDP of India
|Sector||GVA in 2020-21 (Rupees in Crore)|
|1||Primary Sector||18.75 %|
|1.1||Agriculture,forestry & fishing||16.38 %|
|1.2||Mining & quarrying||2.37 %|
Which is known as primary sector?
The agriculture sector is called the primary sector because of more people concentrated in the agriculture field and dependent on the environment.
Which sector has highest employment?
Industries with Largest Employment
|2||Local Government, Excluding Education and Hospitals||5,648,700|
|3||General medical and surgical hospitals; private||4,719,300|
Which country has a higher percentage of population engaged in primary sector?
India has a higher percentage of population engaged in primary activities.
Which country has higher percentage of population engaged in primary activities?
india has a higher percentage of population engaged in primary activities..
Why tertiary sector is becoming so important?
Tertiary sector has become important in India because :
(ii) Demand for services such as transport, trade, storage will increase with the development of primary and secondary sectors. (iii) Demand for tourism, shopping, private schools, private hospitals, etc. increases with the increase in the level of income.
What are the disadvantages of tertiary sector?
Long-term problems include inadequate investment in deteriorating infrastructure, rapidly rising medical and pension costs of an aging population, sizable trade and budget deficits.
Why is the tertiary sector the most important?
i) The tertiary sector provides the basic services like public transportation, medical car, electricity ,banking, post office etc under the control of the govt. ii) The tertiary sector creates an huge area for employment even for uneducated and unskilled workers.
What is India’s unemployment rate 2020?
Unemployment rate in India rose to 10.3% in Oct-Dec 2020: Survey. The rise in the unemployment rate comes in the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic, which suspended commercial activities for a long time, leading to people losing jobs countrywide.
In which sector is the working population engaged?
The majority of the population are engaged in the agricultural and agriculturally related sectors. Among the three sectors of economic activities, the least number of the population is engaged in the manufacturing sector, that is the secondary sectors.