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Production & Operations Management

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Operations Management includes all of these activities except Schedule work Secure financial resources Maintain Quality Manage inventories Ans. Secure financial resources Which of the following is not included in “5Ps” of Operations Management Product Plant Processes Price Ans. Price The major difference between goods and services is: It is difficult to inventory services Services lack […]

Accounting Control and Financial Management

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Working capital ratio is otherwise called as Liquidity Ratio Quick Ratio Current Ratio Acid test ratio Ans. Current Ratio Items given on the debit side of the trial balance are shown either in Debit side of the trading account Debit side of the profit and loss account Assets side of the balance sheet All of the […]

General Study in Agribusiness Management

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Maximum limit of loan under micro-finance is 5 lakhs 10 lakhs 25 lakhs 50 lakhs Ans. 25 lakhs Under Agri-clinic & Agribusiness centre scheme, a group of individuals is entitled to financial assistance in the form of loan upto 5 lakhs 10 lakhs 20 lakhs 50 lakhs Ans. 50 lakhs Under Agri-clinic & Agribusiness centre scheme, […]

Write short notes, not exceeding 150 words each, on of the following: (1) Homogenization of milk, (2) Extraction of oil from rice bran, (3) Strain gauge torque sensor, (4) Vapor compression refrigeration system, (5) Computer memory?

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1. Homogenization of milk: Homogenization is a more recently invented process and it has been called “the worst thing that dairymen did to milk.” When milk is homogenized, it is pushed through a fine filter at pressures of 4,000 pounds per square inch. In this process, the fat globules are made smaller by a factor […]

What is producer gas? With a schematic diagram explain the working of a downdraft type gasifier?

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Producer gas Producer gas is fuel gas that is manufactured from material such as coal, as opposed to natural gas. In the USA, producer gas may be wood gas produced in a gasifier and used to power cars, town gas, originally produced from coal, for sale to consumers, and syngas, used as a fuel source […]

Write short notes, not exceeding 150 words each, on any Four of the following: (1) Radiator Pressure cap (2) Starting aids used in diesel tractors (3) Paddy drum seeder (4) Savonius wind rotor (5) Solar photo-voltanic cells

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1. Radiator Pressure Cap: The pressure cap is similar to the safety valve found on a kitchen pressure cooker. The pressure cap seals the operating cooling system forcing the hot pressurized coolant to carry approximately 50 more degrees of heat than the normal (212) boiling point of water. When seepage or leaks have reduced the […]

Briefly explain supervised classification and unsupervised classification?

Briefly explain supervised classification and unsupervised classification?

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Digital image classification techniques group pixels to represent land cover features. Land cover could be forested, urban, agricultural and other types of features.  There are three main image classification techniques. Image Classification Techniques in Remote Sensing:   Remote Sensing Image Classification Techniques Unsupervised image classification Supervised image classification Object-based image analysis Pixels are the smallest […]

Define the term ‘image processing’ and list its main steps?

Define the term ‘image processing’ and list its main steps?

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Image Processing In imaging science, image processing is processing of images using mathematical operations by using any form of signal processing for which the input is an image, a series of images, or a video, such as a photograph or video frame; the output of image processing may be either an image or a set […]

What is runoff inducement in relation to water harvesting? Discuss briefly five methods of runoff inducements?

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Runoff Inducement The term water harvesting is used to describe the process by which water is collected from an area, that may have been modified or treated to increase surface runoff, and stored for use later. Some general ideas and concepts are presented on runoff inducement techniques (such as surface modification, cover sheets, and soil […]

What are the different stages in the development of gully? Describe them briefly?

What are the different stages in the development of gully? Describe them briefly?

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Generally, gullies are formed by an increase in surface run-off. Therefore, minimizing surface run-off is essential in gully control. Watersheds deteriorate because of man’s misuse of the land, short intensive rainstorms, prolonged rains of moderate intensity, and rapid snow melts. These precipitation factors also turn into high run-off which causes flooding and forms gullies. In […]