Contemporary India-II

Book: Contemporary India-II

Chapter: 6. Manufacturing Industries

Subject: Social Science - Class 10th

Q. No. 2 of Activity

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Solve the puzzle by following your search horizontally and vertically to find the hidden answers:

1. Textiles, sugar, vegetable oil and plantation industries deriving raw materials from agriculture are called.

2. The basic raw material for sugar industry.

3. This fibre is also known as the 'Golden Fibre'.

4. Iron ore, coking coal, and limestone are the chief raw materials of this industry.

5. A public sector steel plant located in Chhattisgarh.

6. Railway diesel engines are manufactured in Uttar Pradesh at this place.

1. AGROBASED industries include: cotton, jute, silk, oils etc.

2. SUGARCANE is the basic raw material for sugar industry. It is processed to yield sugar.

3. JUTE is also known as the golden crop because it yields good profits.

4. IRON STEEL industry needs the following raw materials: iron ore, coking coal and limestone.

5. BHILAI Steel Plant (BSP) is located in the Indian state of Chandigarh.

6. VARANASI is the leading producer for railway steel engines.


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