Hint: India's economy is currently the world's sixth largest. Industrialization expands job opportunities in both small and large-scale sectors. Industry replaces underemployed and unemployed farmworkers in an industrial economy, growing population wages.
Let us look at each option:
A) Jamnagar : Jamnagar is a city on India's western coast, in the Gujarat state, in the Saurashtra region. Jamnagar is one of the cities that accounts for 75% of India's overall woollen textile industry concentration. Fabric, hosiery, knitwear, blankets, shawls, carpets, and namdahs are all significant exports from India.
Hence, the correct match is A) Jamnagar – 2) Woolen textile
B) Hospet : Mining Areas are well-known in Hospet. A variety of mining companies are located in the district. Iron ore is the ore used in Hospet mines. As a result, Hospet is also known as the iron city . Iron ore is shipped to a number of countries, including China and Australia. Staff assist in the operation of small-scale mines. These employees are from various villages in the Hospet region.
Hence, the correct match is B) Hospet – 5) Iron and steel
C ) Korba : Korba is the capital of Chhattisgarh, a newly created province. NTPC, CSEB, and Bharat Aluminum Company are among the power plants in the country (BALCO). This district is also home to BALCO (Bharat Aluminum Company), an aluminum giant and the world's single largest aluminum manufacturer.
Hence, the correct match is C) Korba – 1) Aluminum
D) Haldia : Haldia is a port city in the Indian state of West Bengal, located in Purba Medinipur. Haldia's fertilizer products are marketed as Tata PARAS, which is the most popular fertilizer brand on the market.
Hence, the correct match is D) Haldia - 3) Fertilizers
Thus, the correct option is (B) A-2, B-5, C-1, D-3.
Note: India produces as many as 87 minerals, which includes 4 fuel, 10 metallic, 47 non-metallic, 3 atomic and 23 minor minerals (including building and other materials) and is the world's largest producer of mica blocks and mica splittings.