Socratic debate

Socratic method, also known as maieutics, method of elenchus, elenctic method, or Socratic debate, is a form of cooperative argumentative dialogue between individuals, based on asking and answering questions to stimulate critical thinking and to draw out ideas and underlying presumptions

Here we plan to record interesting questions we have received from the Visitors


Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Ready Mix Concrete project


 As per my discussion with Mr. Sunderajan, I would like to get some
 details on few of the bullet points as mentioned on your website.

 1. Company profile section - you mention about the 'Indian
 Companies -
 profiles' - I wanted to understand if this list is exhaustive and does
 it include details such as number of plants and locations and capacity
 of these companies
 2. 'Plant' section: you have mentioned plant list 1, 2, and 3. Are
 theselists for the Indian companies or worldwide ( we are only
 interested in
 the Indian Companies). And do these lists cover all the plants?
 3. 'Market' section: you have mentioned about the RMC business being
 worth over Rs. 1000 crore and also talked about demand
 fluctuations and
 plant turnover - just wanted to know how recent is this information.

 Lastly, can I be sure that as told by Mr Sunderajan on the phone,
 beforesending us the report - you will update the list with
 whatver latest  data is available? We would like the data to be as recent as

Dear Sir
Nice talking to you & thanks for the mail
i) List is not exhaustive - just indicative
   Some Major players with multiple plants in various locations in India are
ii) List 1, 2, 3 are factories in India ownd by a major player
iii) There are a few articles on RMC Statistics - over different periods
      in India & other countries.
    Demand Fluctuations in USA - There is an artilce(2006)
    Indian market for RMC 1000 CRORES - From article dated 2006
    There is projections by the same source for 2009 - now included in the CD
We shall look for more recent data & write the CD for you - once payment is received ?
with best wishes
Primary Information Services

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