Palampur houses 450 families the 80 upper caste families have their houses made of bricks and cement plastering most of the houses have electric connection electricity power all the tube Wells in the field and it is used in various type of small business Palampur has two primary schools and one high school there is a Primary Health Centre run by government and one private dispensary where the sick are treated.
this description shows that Palampur has a fairly well developed system of road, transport, electricity, irrigation, school and health centre. so, we can say that Palampur is a well developed village
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Both, A and B are true.
This is because a village needs vital services such as water supply and electricity connection in order for it to develop.
Palampur is a developed village as
1. It has multiple cropping. They yield three crops a year
2. Modern facilities of agriculture are available to them. They use modern machinery, tractors, and harvesters.
3. Many houses have the electricity supply. All the tube-wells have the electric connection.
4. It has a good infrastructure. It is connected to all neighboring villages.
5. It has a developing education system. including 2 primary and 1 secondary school
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Yes, Palampur is a developed and an ideal village because of the following reasons. 1) Most of the houses have electric connections. Electricity powers the tube wells and also used for the small businesses done by the people in the village. 2) The villagers have adopted the well developed system of irrigation...plzz mark it as brainliest..
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according to milton friedman, “an economic problem exists whenever scarce means are used to satisfy alternative ends.
if means are not scarce, there is no problem at all.” according to oscar lange, “science of administration of scarce resources in human society.”
(i) unlimited wants: we all have unlimited wants, where all of them cannot be satisfied.
(ii) limited resources: in economics, scarcity means that commodities and resources to produce goods and services are less in relation to their demand.
(iii) alternative uses of resources: means are not only limited but also have alternative uses.
in services sector, india world rank is 11 and gdp is $1185.79 billion. contribution of agriculture sector in indian economy is much than world's average (6.1%). contribution of industry and services sector is lower than world's average 30.5% for industry sector and 63.5% for services sector.
at 2011-12 prices, composition of agriculture & allied, industry, and services sector are 14.39%, 31.46%, and 54.15%, respectively.
share of primary (comprising agriculture, forestry, and mining & quarrying), secondary (comprising manufacturing, electricity, gas, water supply & other utility services, and construction) and tertiary (services) sectors have been estimated as 18.57 per cent, 27.03 per cent and 54.40 per cent.