3 edition of Third five year plan, 1961-66 found in the catalog.
Third five year plan, 1961-66
Sujarat, India (State). General Administration Dept.
Written in English
At head of title: Govt. of Gujarat. General Administration Dept. (Planning)
|LC Classifications||HC437.G85 A528|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 408 p.|
|Number of Pages||408|
|LC Control Number||sa 68012387|
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 service of the community • The. 1. First five year plan ( – 56): Main focus was on the agricultural development it achieved the growth rate of %. 2. Second five year plan ( – 61): Focus was on the industrial development of the country and achieved the growth rate of %. 3. Third five year plan ( – 66): To make the economy independent and to reach take.
The Third Five Year Plan () aimed at securing a marked advance towards self-sustaining growth. It listed a set of five objectives, namely, increase in annual national income by 5 per cent, self-sufficiency in agriculture, growth of basic industries (like steel, power, chemicals, maximum use of manpower resources, and decentralisation. Explanation: Seventh Five Year Plan was launched during the period of to This plan was started by Rajiv Gandhi government when Dr. Manmohan Singh was Deputy Chairman of planning.
Achievements and Criticism of Third Five Year Plan () in India Useful Notes on Classification of Law (According to Holland) Useful Notes on the 5 Types of Price Elasticity of Demand. Summary: Five Year Plans in India Plan Notes First Plan ( - 56) It was based on Harrod-Domar Model. Community Development Program launched in Focus on agriculture, price stability, power and transport It was a successful plan primarily because of good harvests in the last two years of the plan Second Plan ( - 61).
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ADVERTISEMENTS: India’s Third Five-Year Plan (). In the third plan emphasis was on long-term development. ADVERTISEMENTS: The third plan report stated that during the five-year period, the Indian economy, “must not only expand rapidly, but at the same time become self-reliant and self-generating.” Objectives: (i) An increase in national income of more than 5% annually.
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Press, From this Indian Economy, the question paper of Group 4 consists of maximum of 5 to 7 Questions. Now we are going to discuss about the shortcut tricks to make memorise about all 5 year plans from the year to till date as follows, FIVE YEAR PLANS: (Important facts from First to Eleventh five year plan) 1) FIRST FIVE YEAR PLAN ( ).
Third Five Year Plan () By beginning of third five year plan Indian planner felt that the Indian economy had entered in “Take off stage” and that the first two plan had generated an institution structure needed for rapid economic development. The Five Year Plans of Bhutan are a series of national economic development plans created by the government of Bhutan since The government of Bhutan has played a pervasive role in its economy and development.
Since the economy has been guided through development plans, which the Development Secretariat and later the Planning Commission directed, subject to the National. Achievements and Criticism of Third Five Year Plan () in India Article shared by The 3 rd Plan with the goal of ‘self reliant and self generating economy’ saw the beginning of long term perspective planning as an instrument to achieve the objective of a integrated growth.
Third Five Year Plan of India () The primary goal of the Third Plan was to establish India as a self-reliant and a self-generating economy. However, the Second Plan had slowed the rate of growth of agricultural production in the country which limited India’s economic development.
तृतीय पंचवर्षीय योजना, (Third five year plan, ) तृतीय योजना में कृषि एवं उद्योगों पर बल दिया गया था। इस योजना का मुख्य उद्देश्य भारतीय अर्थव्यवस्था को. Third plan provided for 13 million jobs approximately and left a backlog of 10 million unemployed at its end.
4th Five Year Plan (—): Reasons for Postponing 4th 5-Year Plan: (i) Uncertain Financial Resources: Due to high prices and cost of living saving potential has declined very much. Tax evasion appeared to be the order of the : Nikhila C. ♻ Third five year plan ♻ () TRICK: SAD.
S – Self Reliance. A – Agriculture. D – Development of Industry ♻ Fifth five year plan♻ () TRICK: PSTM (Persons Studied in Tamil Medium) P – Poverty Eradication. S – Self reliance. T – Twenty Point Programme. M – Minimum Need Programme ♻ Sixth five year Plan.
Subsequently, Planning Commission was set up on 15 March and the plan era started from 1 April with the launching of the First Five Year Plan (). This article will keep you updated on the history and objectives of economic planning in India, Five Year Plans and the Planning Commission as well as its successor the NITI Aayog.
Third Five year Plan () ‘establishment of a self-reliant and self-generating economy’ Failure. Wars and droughts.
Yet, Panchayat elections were started.• State electricity boards and state secondary education boards were formed. Annual Plan () crisis in agriculture and serious food shortage required attention. The aim of the Third Five Year Plan ( – 66) was (A) rapid industrialisation.
(B) growth with stability and progress towards self-reliance. Third Five Year Plan: d) Fourth Five Year Plan: During which Five Year Plan was the total expenditure on agriculture the highest.
(A) 1st (B) 2nd. demand led to the improvement in current account deficit (CAD) during Third Five Year Plan () and at the same time the financing requirements were met through stepping up of official.
The tenth plan completed its term in March and the eleventh plan is currently underway First five year plan ( ) The first Indian Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru presented the first five-year plan to the Parliament of India on December 8, This plan was based on the Harrod-Domar model.
First Five Year Plan Report of The Health Survey and Planning Committee Third Five Year Plan (–66) Report of The Committee to Study the Question of Legalisation of Abortion Central Family Planning Council The Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, He received India's highest honour, the Bharat Ratna, in He wrote a book "Planned Economy for India" in Third Five Year Plan:.
In its preparation menand women in all walks of life have given generously of their time and experience. Theenthusiasm and the widespread participation which have gone into the making of the SecondFive Year Plan are the best augury for its FIVE YEAR PLAN ()In the third Plan, the emphasis was on long-term development.
Important GK Questions on Five year plans of India: Most Repeated. Plan. Period. First five year plan. - Second five year plan. - Third five year plan. - Fourth five year plan.
- Fifth five year plan. - Sixth five year plan. - Seventh five year plan. First Five Year Plan: ; Second Five Year Plan: ; Third Five Year Plan: ; Fourth Five Year Plan: ; Fifth Five Year Plan:. • 3rd Five Year Plan () Plan’s main motive was to make the country self reliant in agriculture and industry and for this allotment for power sector was increased to % of the total disbursement.
THIRD FIVE YEAR PLAN () In the third Plan, the emphasis was on long-term development. The Third Plan report stated that during the five-year period concerned, the Indian economy "must not only expand rapidly but, at the same time, become self .Plans between andthe fourth Five-year plan was 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.