Non-conventional sources of energy are also known as renewable or alternative sources of energy. These resources have been developed in the recent past as an alternative to conventional or non-renewable sources of energy.
Geography Class 10
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India is one of the top ten industrialised countries in the world. With her command over vast natural resources and huge manpower resources, she is developing at a rapid pace.
India is a land of many rivers, lakes, lagoons and ponds. These resources account for 4% of the world’s water resources. In India, water is mainly used for drinking, irrigation, household and industrial purposes. Currently, about 92% of water is used for agricultural purposes, 2% in industries and the remaining 6% is used for drinking and household purposes.