Rajasthan, the largest state within the national boundaries of India. The meaning of the state is “The place of Rajas”. After independence, the princely states with all other independent constituencies got integrated to form one country, the Union of India. It assumed its present form on November 1, 1956, concerning States Reorganization Act.
The Climate of Rajasthan is from extremely arid to humid. Apart from the hills, the scorching heat during summers raises the temperature to one of the highest in the state at some places especially in April to June, hot winds and dust storms are a common phenomenon, especially near the desert. On the contrary, the November-January are the months of very low temperature, with cold at times, though no snowfall can be seen in the state. The range of rainfalls and cold is to the extremes.
The state of Rajasthan is rich in its architectural, artistic, aesthetic and construction style. With that, the state enjoys numerous traditions with hospitality and climatic conditions too. The industry of extraction, scripture, mining is quite well established here as the land is rich and has various qualities of sands and salts, which makes it the second-largest cement producing state.
The skills and techniques with a modern outlook are what the state believes in and thus has numerous opportunities for employment and education in the sector. The plans and execution of these following industries are on the rise and thus making it a very good opportunity for youth and the newer generation to learn and grow accordingly. So our demand and supply curve can also match, with the best potential at the correct place and order.