2 edition of Fourth five year plan, Punjab State, 1969-74 found in the catalog.
Fourth five year plan, Punjab State, 1969-74
Punjab (India). Planning Dept.
On cover: Review; fourth five year plan, 1969-74.
|LC Classifications||HC437.P8 P86 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 186 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||78902350|
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Plans between andthe fourth Five-year plan Punjab State started in The Eighth Plan could not take off in due to the fast changing political situation at the Centre and the years and were treated as Annual Plans.
The Eighth Plan was finally launched in after the initiation of structural adjustment Size: KB. Five Year Plans in India BRIEF STUDIESeconomic fabric of the country as a whole and of the different regions, it makes a powerfulcontribution to our goal of national FIVE YEAR PLAN ()The Plan was formulated against the background of sever inflationary ives: In addition to removal of poverty and attainment.
The Planning Commission which was reconstituted in Septemberfelt that the five year period of the Fourth Plan should commence from and the year of should have an annual plan as of and Therefore, the document of the Fourth Plan forreaffirmed the objective enunciated in the previous plans and.
The Twelfth Five-Year Plan of the Government of India has been decided to achieve a growth rate of % but the National Development Council (NDC) on 27 December approved a growth rate of 8% for the Twelfth Plan.
With the deteriorating global situation, the Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission Montek Singh Ahluwalia has said that achieving an average growth. Five year plans 1. COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING 2. HISTORY • The Planning Commission was set up in March • The main objective of the Government to promote a rapid rise in the standard of living of the people by – efficient exploitation of the resources of the country – increasing production and – offering opportunities to all for employment in the.
annual birth rate to 32 by the end of the Fourth Plan and to 25 per thousand popula tion in another 5 to 7 years. An organisational set-up from the Centre to the peripheral level has been evol ved as a part of the existing Medical and Health Services to reach the million couples in the 1969-74 book age-group spread out in aboutNevertheless, the success of the overall economic plan was tempered by the fact that annual growth at –% over –74 fell short of the Fourth five year plan figure.
State of Emergency and the Fifth Five-Year Plan. The Fifth Five-Year Plan (–79) was enacted in the backdrop of the state of emergency and the Twenty Point Program of Deputy: Morarji Desai. ADVERTISEMENTS: Review of Various Fourth five year plan Evaluation of Indian Planning and Development.
At the time of the First Five-Year Plan (), India was faced with three problems – influx of refugees, severe food shortage and mounting inflation. India had also to correct the disequilibrium in the economy caused by the Second World War and the partition [ ]. • 9th Five Year Plan () The ninth five year plan focused on increasing agricultural and rural Punjab State and to improve the conditions of the marginal farmer and landless laborers.
The plan helped to achieve average annual growth rate of %. • 10th Five Year Plan (). in during the first five year plan period. Important multipurpose projects in India like Bhakranangal, Hirakud and Damodar Valley Projects were also launched during this plan period. The first five year-plan was a successful one.
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The theme of the approach paper is “faster, sustainable and more inclusive growth”. The plan proposes a growth rate of a 9 percent. stry. Guidelines for the Fourth Plan.
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Overall, Third Five year plan tried to put a brave face, again reaffirming the government’s faith in cooperative farming, but overall, wishful platitude not a plan of action.
Fourth Five Year Plan () Observed that cooperative farming programs have not made any substantial progress. In the first five year plan employment opportunities to 70 lakh people were provided. In the fourth and fifth plans about lakh persons got employment. In the seventh five year plan, provisions have been made to provide employment to lakh people.
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Source: National Sample Survey Organization of India, Report No. of 48th Round,pp. 28 - The enactment of tenancy legislation in - 77 appears to have resulted in a sharp decrease in tenancy. National sample surveys (NSS) also record a dramatic fall in the area under tenancy from percent during - 53 to percent in - 62, down to percent.
In its final form, the Five Year Plan no longer consists of two parts and the various programmes have been brought together into a single plan. The Five Year Plan, which relates to the same period as in the Draft Outline, is now estimated to involve.
The share of agriculture and allied activities was and per cent during the –67 and –69 Annual Plans (average for –69) and Fourth Five-Year Plan (–74) respectively, and that share declined to per cent in the Tenth Five-Year Plan (–07) and, further, to as low as per cent in the Eleventh Five-Year.
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It is penned by renowned cricket historian & Tendulkar’s close friend Boria Majumdar. Punjab became the first State in the Country to. Andhra Pradesh is historically called the Rice Bowl of India.
The state has a large river system which supplements the rainfall in the is one of the few states in the country blessed with riverine geography.
Agriculture is the main occupation of about 62 per cent of the people in Andhra Pradesh. Nevertheless, the success of the overall economic plan was tempered by the fact that annual growth at –% over –74 fell short of the targeted figure.
State of Emergency and the Fifth Five Year Plan. The Fifth Five Year Plan (–79) was enacted in the backdrop of the state of emergency and the Twenty Point Program of Born: Indira Priyadarshini Nehru, 19 November.
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Bombay Plan. The Third & Fourth Five-Year Plan ( & 1 ) The Third and Fourth Five-Year Plans ( and ) supported female education as a major w elfare : Aritra Ghosh. A brief Knowledge About Five Year Plan 1st Five Year Plan 1.
Priority giving to Agriculture and Irrigation. “Harrod Domar” growth model adopted. This is the only plan in which Prices Fell. 2nd Five Year Plan 1.
PC Mahalanobis prepared this Plan. Priority given to basic and heavy industries. [ ]. What was the main objective of the Second Five Year Plan. (1)Construction of Dams (2)Increase in Export (3)Agricultural Development (4)Industrialization.
The Fifth Five Year Plan was implemented during the period (1) – 74 (2) – 79 (3) – 85 (4) – Planning Commission for Economic Development of India was. Planning Commission (), The Fourth Five year Plan, 74, Government of India.
Planning Commission (), Seventh Five year Plan,Vol, Government of India. Prahiadachar, M. and Giriappa, S. (), New Agricultural Technology in Karnataka: Performance of Jowar, Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore.
The Fourth Five Year Plan (–74) gave due importance to the role of mechanisation in its Intensive Agricultural Development Programme. The Plan proposed to introduce mechanised implements through the Agro-Industries Corporation and financial provisions were made to strengthen the Corporation.
State wise estimated shrimp culture production in India, /91 /03 research has grown from 2% in the Fourth Five Year Plan () to 6% in Tenth Five Year Plan ( The Fourth Plan () officially commenced on April 1,with the publication of the draft plan.
Growth with stability was the main objective of the Plan. Formulated against the backdrop of severe inflationary pressures, it aimed at an annual growth rate of % in national income through self-sufficiency in foodgrains and agricultural.
Fourth Five Year Plan India ( – 74) The Fourth Plan set before itself the two principal objectives – growth with stability and progress towards self – reliance. Main emphasis on agriculture’s growth rate so that a chain reaction can start.
Fared well in the first 2 Years with record production, last 3 Years failure because of poor. On 4 th October, the government of India approved the 12th five year plan () that aims to achieve annual average economic growth rate of per cent, down from 9 per cent (Eleventh plan ).
The aim of the 12th Five Year plan is to achieve “faster, sustainable and more inclusive growth”.For this purpose it seeks to achieve 4% growth in agriculture sector and 10%. A comparison of the proportionate and absolute share of actual government expenditure on child-related programmes during the past years, i.e.
the period from the Fourth Five-Year Plan () onwards, can be made from Economic Survey data which includes actual plan expenditure of the Central Government, State Governments and Cited by: 3.
The Fourth Plan of was abandoned due to drought, devaluation and inflationary recession. Instead, three annual plans () also known as `Plan Holiday’ were implemented. Subsequently, in Fourth Plan (). During the First Five Year Plan, Himachal grew at an annual rate of per cent as against the national average of per cent (Table ).
In the Third Plan, the growth rate was slightly higher at the national level, TABLE 45 Growth Rate of 1-IimachalPradesh and National Economy During Five Year Plans Plan Period Himachal All India H.