Which factors are responsible to influence the
location of industries?




Class 10.
Chapter 6

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Which factors are responsible to influence the
location of industries?

Class 10.
Chapter 6.
Manufacturing industries.
Geography.
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Imelda 1 year 2021-08-19T18:00:21+00:00 0

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    2021-08-19T18:01:41+00:00

    Answer:

    1.NEARNESS TO THE SOURCE OF RAW MATERIAL: Large quantities of raw materials are needed for industries. Therefore industries are located near the source of raw materials. It saves the cost of transportation.Steel centres are developed where coal and iron are easily available. Jute mills in West Bengal and the cotton textile mills in Maharashtra are located due to the availability of raw materials.

    2.POWER RESOURCES: Coal, oil and water power are the main sources of power. Most of the industries are located near coal fields. Aluminium industries and paper industries are located near hydroelectric stations.

    3.MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION: Modern Industries need cheap, developed and quick means of transportation. Cheap means of transportation are required for the movement of workers, raw materials and machinery to the factories.

    4.CLIMATE: Stimulating climate increase the efficiency of the labourers. The cotton textile industry required humid climate. The film industry needs good weather with clear blue skies. Similarly the aircraft industry also needs clear weather.

    5.SKILLED LABOUR: cheap and Skilled labour is essential for the location of industries. Glass industry at Firozabad and the sports goods industry in Jalandhar are located due to the availability of Skilled labour.

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    2021-08-19T18:01:46+00:00

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    The factors responsible to influence the location of industries are the availability of raw material, land, water, labour, power, capital, transport and market.

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