Challenges facing industrialization in India.
Challenges facing industrialization in India.(a) Competition from goods manufactured in the developed countries; the developed nations produce goods of high quality than those manufactured by the Indian industries.(b) High population in India requires that the government spare enough capital to feed the people. The government spends a lot of revenue in developing agriculture to feed her people.(c) High poverty levels i.e. majority of the Indian population is poor and do not have adequate purchasing power(d) Lack of efficient communication and transportation infrastructure hence poor movement of goods and labour.(e) Natural calamities e.g. drought and floods that destroy raw materials for industries.