Commercial Geography

Commercial Geography

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Publisher Nirali Prakashan All BBA books by Nirali Prakashan
ISBN 9789389825305
Author: Prof. (Mrs.) P. N. Padey
Number of Pages 161
Edition First Edition
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Commercial Geography by Prof. (Mrs.) P. N. Padey
Book Summary:

It gives me great pleasure to present the textbook of Commercial Geography to our FY BBA - IB students readers. This book has been designed as a standard text book on Commercial Geography. This book covers the entire syllabus of FY BBA Semester II new course of Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune effective from June 2019 onwards. This book has been written to fulfill the basic concepts. Some of the features of the book are observation, perception, analysis, critical thinking and understanding the relationship between natural resources and human society. The book has been designed in four chapters. The basic idea behind this is to present the matter in a systematic way. First chapter deals with the Introduction to Commercial Geography, Nature and scope, Utility and aspects, various commercial sectors and Geographical indication. Second chapter deals with the Natural resources and its commercial usage in Indian context, meaning, nature and importance, forests, non-conventional energy resources.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for BBA Students.
Table of Content:

1. Introduction to Commercial Geography (Indian Context)

2. Natural Resources and Commercial Usage (Indian Context)

3. Role of Industries and Geographical Significance (Indian Context)

4. Trade and Transportations (Global Context)