I Industrialisation employed men, women, and children. (ii) Work hours were usually too lengthy, and earnings were pitiful. Housing and sanitary issues were progressively worsening. (iv) Almost all industries were privately owned by people. They used natural resources like wood, water, coal, oil, gas, iron, and minerals to produce goods that people needed or wanted.
Industrialisation had a significant impact on society with regard to labour practices, health, and safety. It allowed for men to be freed up from agricultural work and put into factories where they could earn wages instead. This was a good thing for the gender equality movement since it gave women the opportunity to work outside the home.
However, industrialisation also meant that workers were exposed to dangerous materials and conditions. They often worked long hours without any breaks because there was no such thing as unemployment benefits. This led to many accidents happening at work over time which caused death or injury. Safety measures were not taken seriously by most companies since they did not affect their profits.
Another issue that came with industrialisation is the pollution we see all around us. People used to think that climate change is the only problem that results from industry but that's not true. Industries also release toxic chemicals into the air that lead to cancer and other serious illnesses.
As a result of increasing industrialisation, men, women, and children were forced to work in factories due to a high need for laborers. Labourers were forced to work long hours and were underpaid. Despite rising industrialisation, demand for industrial items was modest. As a result, working conditions were deplorable. The advent of machinery has led to a decline in workers' employment rates.
How did this affect Class 9 students? In the first place, it affected them by affecting their parents. If nothing else, the need to help support the family made boys and girls leave school early. This decreased the number of teachers available to students. It also increased the risk of children becoming victims of violence or abuse at home or in the factory.
Did this affect Class 9 history? Yes. After independence, many people wanted India to become industrialized; this would bring prosperity to the country. Students in schools such as St. Xavier's and Don Bosco decided that they didn't want this to happen because they believed it would harm the environment and destroy traditional values. They fought against the modernization of India with campaigns such as "Save Our Forests" and "Stop Industrial Pollution".
These are just some of the effects that can be attributed to the industrialization of India. What other effects can be attributed to this event? People now have better health care and living standards than ever before.
Industrialization has had several beneficial and harmful consequences. Products became more affordable, cities thrived, and more employment were accessible. Child labor and terrible working conditions, on the other hand, were very real challenges as a result of industrialisation. The manufacturing process was so demanding that only young and strong people could work in these industries.
In conclusion, industrialization has had both positive and negative effects on society. It has provided us with many advantages but also brought about some problems that we need to deal with today.
The European Industrial Revolution of the late 18th and early 19th centuries is most usually linked with industrialization. The outbreak of World War II also resulted in a significant amount of industrialisation, which resulted in the rise and development of big metropolitan centers and suburbs. Today, technological advances such as computers and smartphones have revolutionized the manufacturing industry, making it more efficient and reducing costs.
In conclusion, industrialization has increased due to modern technology that has been invented and that has led to many beneficial uses for humans.