Shahida, a student of School of Rug Weaving Institute, Turkey, visited her
grandparents in Kashmir for the first time. Breathtaking mountain scenery, clear lakes, lush vegetation and magnificent forests mesmerized her. The valley is home to a rich biodiversity including a large number of bird species, many of which are unique to Kashmir. It is home to Yak and sheep that are taken care of by nomads. Kashmiri lifestyle is essentially slow paced and reflects religious diversity. Kashmiris are known to enjoy their music in its various local forms, and the traditional dress of both genders is often quite colorful. Tulip, Saffron, dry fruits and artistic woodwork are its hallmark.
She also observed that the government was stable and all the tourist
places were well guarded by the army.
She found it to be an ideal place to start a unit for carpet weaving and employ local people to preserve the ethnic touch. After the devastating floods a considerable population was rendered jobless, her unit would help to revive their economic condition. She started scanning and screening the environment and collected the following information.
a. Help her categorize the information making use of PESTEL MODEL.(Any three)
b. Also state a value communicated by Shahida.