In the value-added northern state of India, Punjab is a land of five rivers. The name Punjab was set up because Punj means five and aab means water, namely Beas, Sutlej, Ravi, Chenab and Jhelum. These rivers naturally divide the state into parts like Majha, Doaba and Malwa. The climatic conditions and the nutritional quotient of the soil of Punjab is rich enough, which makes the land fertile for good harvests and best crops. This state is thus considered the food bowl of India and harvests to feed the whole of India and even gets surplus for the international countries too. Punjab shares its capital, Chandigarh which is a Union Territory with the neighbouring state of Haryana. As Haryana was earlier a part of Punjab and was carved out. Till that time Shimla was the capital of Punjab.
The main, popular and traditional food like Sarson ka saag, Paratha, Shahi paneer, Dal makhani, Rajma, Chole, Aloo, Chicken karahi, Chicken Tandori, Makki di Roti, Naan, Phulka, butter Naan, Amritsari Kulcha, Puri, Papad, Lassi, Kheer, Rabri has now become the association of Punjab.
Punjab has been highly ranked in terms of infrastructure facilities like the railroad networks, transportation connectivity management, construction of bridges, dams and other public services too. The state also has the easiest procedures to set up a business, hence the industrial and manufacturing sector is booming in the land. Some of the corporate industries Agro-Processing or plants in the state are as follows:
The literacy rate of Punjab is 80%. Though the state already has the best infrastructure in India, so it can be said that the development process is on the right track. The social indicators to provide a similar report. To extend and maintain the same highs, the state needs to work on the following educational and employment opportunities for the nation. The skills needed to make the relevant candidates educated in the below fields or generate programs to beat all odds of employment in the below sector.