The State of The Economy on The Eve of Independence
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Commercialisation of Indian agriculture took place with introduction ofMarks:1
Explanation:Commercialisation of Indian agriculture, i.e., producing on a large scale with the view of trading agriculture products to Britishers took place with the introduction of railways.
During the British rule, India became the exporter of ___________Marks:1
During the British rule, India became the exporter of primary products or agriculture products because agriculture was the main source of livelihood.
At the time of independence, India's agricultural production received a set back due toMarks:1
Explanation:At the time of independence, Indian agriculture received a setback due to partition because India's fertile land went into Pakistan.
Modern industries began to take root in India in theMarks:1
second half of the nineteenth century.
Explanation:Industrial progress remained very slow during the British rule. Modern industries began to take root in India in the second half of the nineteenth century.
The zamindari system was implemented by the Britishers inMarks:1
The zamindari system was implemented in Bengal presidency comprising parts of India's present-day eastern states. Zamindars used to charge high rent from the farmers regardless of the economic condition of the cultivators.