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Manufacture of Desi sugar as a rural cottage industry in the Punjab

M. Ghulam Yasin

Manufacture of Desi sugar as a rural cottage industry in the Punjab

inquiry under the supervision of Ali Asghar Khan.

by M. Ghulam Yasin

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Published by Board of Economic Inquiry, Punjab, Pakistan] in [Lahore .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Sugar -- Manufacture and refining -- Punjab, Pakistan,
  • Cottage industries -- Punjab, Pakistan

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesBoard of Economic Inquiry, Punjab (Pakistan). Publication no. 116
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9116 P142 Y37
    The Physical Object
    Pagination84p.
    Number of Pages84
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17539931M

    Indian sugar industry: contribution to the economy 5 crore farmers and their families directly dependent Rs, crore of cane price annually Direct & indirect employment to 2 mln. people. Enough sugar production for domestic requirement Foreign exchange earnings of USD mn in last 5 years Green power, surplus of MW exported to grid. Sugar Industry is an agro-based industry, which provides employment to the landless rural population and has a great impact on the economy of the country. The three principal bye-products of a sugar industry are bagasses, molasses and press cake which along constitute about 40 per cent of the weight of the total cane crushed.

      There are government reports on various Desi materials: Manufacture of Desi Sugar as a Rural Cottage Industry in the Punjab. The term was often used to denote country as in countryside rather than country as in our country. Eventually, it found a transformation to mean the latter. Sugar Industry in India: Growth, Problems and Distribution! Sugar can be produced from sugarcane, sugar-beet or any other crop having sugar content. But in India, sugarcane is the main source of sugar. At present, this is the second largest agro-based industry of India after cotton textile industry.

      These top 5 states own 53 per cent of India's total factories: 1. Tamil Nadu The southern state is leading the chart of the most industrialised states with at le factories till Sugar industry is an agricultural industry that still provides the maximum amount of employment in India. The sugar industry in India also happens to be the second biggest agro-based economic activity – a fact that goes on to show how important it is to sustain the national economy.5/5(73).


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Manufacture of Desi sugar as a rural cottage industry in the Punjab by M. Ghulam Yasin Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Punjab a major portion of sugar industry (70%) also falls in large size group, while sugar industry of NWFP falls in small size group. In Punjab and NWFP, 76 and 70 percent are small size growers having less than 5 hectares, whereas, in Sindh 49 percent are small growers.

The competitiveness of sugar industry indicates that sugar industry of File Size: 66KB. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IN SUGAR INDUSTRY: A STUDY OF WESTERN et al MAHARASHTRA IN INDIA Int J Cur Res Rev, Sept / Vol 04 (17), Page 67 initiatives such as sharing of farm equipment and harvesting by grower owned cooperatives or partnerships as well as the need to support farmer’s diversity of income sources[1][2].File Size: KB.

Sugar can be produced from sugarcane, sugar-beet or any other crop having sugar content. But in India, sugarcane is the main source of sugar.

At present, this is the second largest agro- based industry of India after cotton textile industry. Sport s Good Industry India at present, manufactures about Its 3 "crore worth of sports goods of which Punjab alone ac­ counts for Rs 65 lakhs or 65 per cent.

Sports goods industry is mainly located at Jullundur and partly at Batala. The industry provides em­ ployment to persons. There are units which manufacture a. Plant Name: Baba Bakala Address: Vill.

Buttar Seviyan Via Sathiala, Teh. Baba Bakala. Contact Details: (), View Details. This book on sugar production process is a worthwhile contribution of Mr. Muhammad Arif Nara, FCMA, which presents useful facts and figures with regard to sugar production in the world and Pakistan.

The book also presents a “SWOT Analysis’ of the sugar industry. Cottage and small scale industries in pakistan 1. Cottage and small scale industries in Pakistan In Pakistan cottage or householdindustries hold an important position in rural set-up. Most villages are self- sufficient in the basic necessities of life.

They have their own carpenters, blacksmiths, potters, craftsmen and cotton weavers. India is the largest producer of centrifugal sugar in the world. Totalproduction of sugar has grown very rapidly, but also very irregularly.

From an average of million tonnes in the early-sixties, production of sugar reached an average of million tonnes in the mid-nineties.

The modern sugar industry of India since it was established in the early thirties has witnessed vast technological changes over the past six decades, thanks to the research and development work carried out in the field of cane sugar manufacture in the country and also in the world sugar industry.

Punjab, the Food Basket of India, is an agrarian state. Agriculture has an important role in the culture and economy of Punjab. In this article, we will present some facts and figures about agriculture in Punjab and crops grown in figures given on this page are according to the data published by government of Punjab.

Sugar is a seasonal and agro-based industry. Sugar can be produced from sugarcane, sugar-beat or any other crop having sugar content. But in India, sugarcane is the main source of sugar. “The crushing season of sugar industry ranges between and days in a year depending on the location, climatic factors and cultivation patterns in area.

Indian sugar industry, second largest agro-based processing industry afte the cotton textiles industry in country, has a lion's share in accelerating industrialization process and bringing socio-economic changes in under developed rural areas. Sugar industry covers around % of total rural population and provides employment to 5 lakh rural.

Question 3: Name three by-products of sugar industry. Give important use of each. Or Name a by-product of sugar manufacture. Answer: Some by-products of sugar industry are molasses for fertilizers, bagasse for paper industry- and pressmud for making wax. Question 4: Name the types of sugar made from sugarcane juice.

which is a dominant cottage industry in rural India, engaging over million people. 2,4,6,7. The per capita consumption of different sweeteners (Table 4) indicates that out of total consumption of kg/annum, kg/annum (~33%) is met by jaggery and.

khandsari; however, mostly it is consumed by the rural population, which is. the promotion of rural areas. Sugar industry is also involve to make avail of sugar complexes by manufacturing sugar, bio-electricity, bio-ethanol, bio-manure and chemical, paper and particle board factories and cogeneration plants.

The Indian sugar industry. Indian sugar production: an overview World’s2nd largest producer at million tons Brazil largest at around 36 million tons Around 5 million hectares of land under sugarcane 50 million cane farmers and their dependants Around sugar mills installed or so operational.

UP Sugar Industry. UP sugar industry accounts for more than 25% of Indian sugar production and is mainly comprised of private mills. Out of ~10 mn tons of sugar produced in UP, only 1/3 rd is consumed by the state and remaining is sold out of UP, mainly to Kolkata and North Eastern market.

The cost of production of sugar is higher in UP than other states in India. Sugar Plant - Manufacturers & Suppliers in India. Sugar Plants Ask Price. Open pan boiling sugar plants: From TCD to TCD.

Sugar refinery: From 10TCD to TCD. Turbine based power houses (power cogeneration): From TCD to TCD. Vacuum & pressure boiler boiling plants: From TCD to TCD.

Backed by the team of expert professionals and immense. [1] This Act, having been passed by the N.W.F.P. Legislative Assembly, was assented to by the Governor of that province on 5th April, and, published in the N.W.F.P.

Gazette (Extraordinary), dated: 11th April, It was adopted for West Pakistan by the North-West Frontier Province Sugar Factories Control (Amendment) Ordinance, (III of ). cottage industry. Why did Mahatma Gandhi lay emphasis on spinning yarn and weaving khadi. Fig. Value addition in the textile industry • The first successful textile mill was established in Mumbai in • The two world wars were fought in Europe, India was a British colony.

There was a demand for cloth in U.K. hence, they gave. Cottage industry Large scale industry 1. These industries are run by craftsmen with the help of their family members in their home.

1. Large scale industry use power driven heavy machines in the production process. Large power is required to run machines 2. The manufacturing skills are acquired from parents and thus pass on from one generation do another.Indian Sugar Industry – Bitter Sweetener Industry Overview: With an annual production capacity of over 30 million metric tonne (MMT), the Indian Sugar Industry (ISI) is the second largest producer of sugar in the world.

It is also the second largest agro-based industry in the country after cotton.The report examines the issues related to the regulation of the sugar sector, and suggests ways to promote efficiency and investments in the sector.

The Committee found that existing regulations were stunting the growth of the industry and recommended that the sector be deregulated. Deregulation would enable the industry to leverage the expanding opportunities created by the rising demand of.