1 using the following documents, analyze similarities and differences in the mechanization of the cotton industry in japan and india in the period from the 1880s to the 1930s identify an additional type of document and explain how it would help your analysis of the mechanization of the cotton. Key words: cotton, india, mechanization, harvesting 1 introduction this study also included an analysis of mechanical picking of cotton in india the researchers have met representatives from agricultural equipment, seed and chemical firms to discuss and understand the various. 2007 mechanization of sugarcane farming in india: relevant issues invited lead paper presented in suvarna karnataka all india seminar on mechanized cultivation of 2010 strategy for popularising farm implementation for sugarcane cultivation in mechanization of sugarcane cultivation, ed. Mechanization: mechanization, use of machines, either wholly or in part, to replace human or animal labour unlike automation, which may not depend at all on a human operator, mechanization mechanization industry written by: the editors of encyclopaedia britannica see article history.
In the early seventeenth century india and japan had domestic cotton industries modern textile manufacturing originated in great britain during the industrial revolution around 1780 the mechanization of spinning and weaving alongside a rising demand for clothing from the colonies. High production of wool, cotton and silk over the world has boosted the industry in recent years though the industry was started in uk, still in 19th century the textile production passed to europe and north america after mechanization process in those areas from time to time japan, china and. They developed industry, which also brought a revolution by mechanizations in the agricultural sector there was no steel industry in pakistan, whereas india had a sound industrial base at the time of cotton ginning, rice husking, and flour milling were denationalized the private sector was. In both japan and india, industry revolutionized the cotton cloth industry, making it better, faster, and stronger this dramatic increase in production can be seen in both documents 1 and 2 document one is a chart of data compiled by british colonial authorities in india from 1884 - 1914.
Introduction: cotton textile industry is one of the largest single industries in india it accounts for a large portion of the total industrial output in the country each year introduction: india is one of the important cotton-manufacturing countries of the world both short-staple and long-staple cotton is. Get year-wise report of indian cotton industry from ibef learn more about the cotton industry in india including market share, cotton export rates, investment opportunities, and cotton plays an important role in the indian economy as the country's textile industry is predominantly cotton based. There are some definite similarities and differences in the mechanization of the cotton industry of india and japan starting from 1880s to 1930s firstly, in both japan and india's cotton industry, the workers didn't receive high wages and most poor peasants belonged to rural areas. A big difference is that japan is not a producer of cotton (an importer) while india has been a top (or the second) producer & exporter the period from 1800s to the 1930 seems pretty old however, early in 1960s, my father had been involved in cotton-importing and he seems to have stayed in australia.
Indian agricultural equipment market experienced a rapid growth with import of paddy transplanter, sugarcane harvester, cotton pickers, air-assisted sprayers etc during the last few years japan's small agricultural sector is highly mechanised, sophisticated and automated. Despite these notable differences, both india and japan shared various similarities in their mechanization of the cotton industry poor conditions and low pay developed for workers in both countries, especially in japan girls were forced to work late in confined space and pay was sparse. Presentation on theme: japan/india dbq cotton production mr alas japan and india had many similarities and differences in the areas of gender labor, use of machines, and conditions for workers in their mechanization of the cotton industry. India and japan both started to use machines to produce cotton and yarn through the 1880s and the 1930s mechanization of the cotton industry in japan and india made great strides while they both used peasant workers from agricultural backgrounds, india's factories were dominated by males. India, today is the third largest producer of cotton in the world we also should not forget that the rural market offers as extraordinary opportunity and no large industry can afford to ignore it technical bulletin from cicr (wwwcicrorgin) 2 mechanisation of cotton production in india.
One of the similarities between japan and india's mechanization of the cotton industry from the 1880s to the 1930s is the production of cotton and yarn went up with the use of machines it shows that over three-fourths were women in japan, and less than one-fourth of indian laborers were women. Sl country no 1 india 2 japan 3 uk 4 france 5 italy 6 germany 7 argentina 8 brazil 9 china 10 6 cotton cotton stalk puller contribution of women farm workers in agriculture: world and india custom hiring 6 promotion of farm mechanization in selected villages 7 financial assistance for. The main difference between the mechanization during these two countries during this period was that simply a much greater amount of women worked in factories in japan than india (evidence in document 7) this was mainly in conclusion both india and japan both hired farmers to be cheap. The mechanization of the cotton industry in japan and india pages 4 words 1,026.
Though japan and india were similar in their implementation of machines in the cotton industry, documents 7, 8, and 10 show that the workers in these in conclusion, the mechanization of the textile industry saw a great rise from 1880 to the 1930s in both japan and india, who both found the. This article covers the development of the industry in the empire of japan, during the rise of statism in the first part of the shōwa era in its first 70 years, following the meiji restoration, factory production in japan was all but non-existent, but by the first years of the shōwa era.