Electrical conductivity is an important indicator of water pollution. It represents the water’s ability to have electric current i.e. the amount of ionic content present in the water.
The Indian economy witnessed a high FDI inflow after the reform of economic liberalization. The increasing trend continued in the last financial year 2017-18. This increase can be attributed to factors such as the high rate of GDP growth, low inflation rate, exchange rate, trade openness and economic and political stability.
The Indian pharmaceutical industry has emerged as the third largest country in the world in terms of volume with a turnover amounting to US $ 21.04 billion in 2009. In addition to this, the industry includes more than 20,000 licensed companies that employs 500,000 people (Industry, 2011).
The metallurgical industry has played a significant role in India’s economic growth. India produces 95 minerals, 4 fuel related minerals, 10 metallic minerals, 23 nonmetallic minerals, 3 atomic minerals and 55 minor minerals including building and another type of minerals (FICCI, 2018).