A Comparative Study of the Financial Statement of the Selected Cement Company (Paperback)
Telecommunication, petroleum, coal, fertilizer, iron, steel and cement etc. are the key infrastructure sectors of India. Cement industry is also plays a significant role, in the rapid growth and development of a country because cement is a fundamental requirement of all constructions activities. Cement is used in housing, dams, bridges, industrial construction, roads etc, so cement is basic material which is used in all types of constructions. In the growth of Indian manufacturing industries, egalitarian considerations of a nation, building objectives have had limited attraction as objectives for industrialization. It was mainly the profit-centre that have determine their proliferation and continues to do so even after intendance, expect for what the public sector has been doing but not with much consideration for productivity or profitability. These observations apply not only in jute and textiles or iron and steel, but also in cement, automobiles, sugar and even perhaps the paper industries, particularly in the respect of the private sector leviathan. The impact of economic factors like the supply of raw materials, cost of labour, cost of infrastructure and economic of location have all determine the growth and development of Indian industries but one major factor has always been the profit incentive. In olden days, various types of building materials were used for construction of public historical and religious buildings sand, stone and in the special case; marbles were used for this purpose. The house of ordinary citizens was usually made of mud and thin bricks. In few cases lime and pazzolona were used for getting beautiful finishing for the interior surface. There were very good builders and mesons that have created beautiful & excellent temples, buildings and bathing ghats thousand of years ago, still they are famous for their work and shape.However, gradually cement and new types of material had developed in Europe. In 1824 an English man Joseph Aspadin, patented on artificial made by calcinations of an argillaceous limestone known as Portland cement. Because concrete made from it resembled a famous building stone obtained from the ISLE of Portland near England. This was the beginning of Portland cement industry as it is known today.