As per the context of East India Company, a factory is related to a trading post.
It was first set up in Surat in 1613 January.
However, with time the meaning of factories is changed to warehouses or a fragmented building with a wall that was a part of an establishment at a point in time.
Explanation:The meaning of factory in the context of the English East India Company refers to trading stations or posts set up by the company at various places. The first trading post or factory was set up at Machilipatnam in South India during 1610. Later factories were set up at Surat, Patna, Madras, Balasore, Bombay, Calcutta and many more places over the years as their trading monopoly strengthened. The factories were run by factors or trading agents or a council of factors, who would negotiate with the local merchants for sale and procurement of goods. The factories were trading posts where goods from India were sold or exchanged for goods from European Markets. The factories maintained records of daily trading activities and accounts, work details of the trading agents or factors, and other important events taking place at the factory.
a building or group of buildings where goods are manufactured or assembled chiefly by machine.
A factory layout can be defined as follows; Factory. layout refers to the arrangement of physical facilities. such as machinery, equipment, furniture etc. with in the. factory building in such a manner so as to have
A site which usually consists of buildings and machinery or more commonly a complex having several buildings where workers manufacture goods or operate machines processing one product into another.
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A site which usually consists of buildings and machinery or more commonly a complex having several buildings where workers manufacture goods or operate machines processing one product into another
An Olfactory indicator is a substance whose smell varies depending on whether it is mixed with an acidic or basic solution. Olfactory indicators can be used in the laboratory to test whether a solution is a base or an acid, a process called olfactory titration.
3)The Early Stone Age began with the most basic stone implements made by early humans. These Oldowan toolkits include hammerstones, stone cores, and sharp stone flakes. By about 1.76 million years ago, early humans began to make Acheulean handaxes and other large cutting tools.
4)Habitation - factory sites are the places where blocks of stones, tools that were made and perhaps discarded because they were not perfect, and chips of waste stone were left behind. It is believed that, sometimes, people lived here for longer spells of time.
5)The concept and implementation of division of labour has been observed in ancient Sumerian (Mesopotamian) culture, where assignment of jobs in some cities coincided with an increase in trade and economic interdependence. Division of labour generally also increases both producer and individual worker productivity.
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3. the tools made by stones
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