Explain the difference between primary, secondary and tertiary sectors using examples other than those mentioned in the text.
On the basis of different examples from the examples given in the chapter, there are following differences between primary, secondary and tertiary sectors :
1. Primary Sector : When something is produced by using natural resources, it is called the activity of the primary sector. For example- wheat farming, fisheries, collecting forest produce, mining of minerals, cutting wood.
2. Secondary Sector : This is the sector in which natural products are converted into other forms through the manufacturing process. For example- furniture industry, paper manufacturing industry, cotton textile industry, iron and steel industry etc.
3. Tertiary Sector : In this sector those activities are included, which help in the development of primary and secondary sectors. It is also known as the service sector. For example- Doctor, Lawyer, Railway, Telecom, Shopkeeper, Business teacher etc.
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