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The second five year plan, 1980-85

Bangladesh. ParikalpanaМ„ KamisМЃana.

The second five year plan, 1980-85

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Published by Planning Commission, Govt. of the People"s Republic of Bangladesh in Dacca .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfiche. Zug, Switzerland : Inter Documentation Co., 1982. 14 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.

Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 5182, D-2278 (H)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2356690M
LC Control Number86890200

First Five Year Plan () First Five Year Plan gave importance to agriculture, irrigation and power projects. to decrease the countries reliance on food grain imports, 2. resolve the food crisis and ease the raw material problem especially in jute and cotton. % of the resources were designated for agriculture, while industry got a modest % focus was to maximize the. The Sixth Plan (), deploring the slow progress of the land reform laws, notes that “the will to implement this policy has been badly lack­ing all along.” As a result, extent of rural poverty was not reduced at all. The growing rural distress has been converting the . By the end of , the first part of Qaddafi’s Green Book appeared in al-Fajr al-Jadid. It proposed a total restructuring of social and economic relations within Libya. New economic policies, starting with the First Five-Year Plan, were subject to its stipulations. The financial allocations made for the family planning program in India since the early s suggest that a very high priority is attached to population control policy. At the current rate of exchange, the public sector investment will have been over billion U.S. dollars Author: Mahinder D. Chaudhry.


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Second Five Year Plan, Dhaka: Planning Commission Ministry of Finance and Planning, Govt. of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, (OCoLC) Five Year Plans First Five Year Plan () Second Five 1980-85 book Plan () Sixth Five Year Plan () This model has criticized the Nehru model of development responsible for growing unemployment.

For the concentration of economic power in the hand of few powerful business and industrial family for the widening of inequalities. 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 The second five year plan 5 year plans from the year to till date as follows, FIVE YEAR PLANS: (Important facts from First to Eleventh five 1980-85 book plan) 1) FIRST FIVE YEAR PLAN ( ).

The Approach to each Five Year Plan of India. Here is a quick overview of India’s Five Year Plans: First Five Year Plan of India () On December 8,the Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru presented the first five-year plan to the Parliament of India.

This was based on the Harrod-Domar model. ♻ 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. 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.

We have given you with the five year plans in India goals and achievements which will help you for preparing competitive exams. By reading this Five year plans in India you will get good knowledge and know more about what are the objectives of each five-year plan in India.

From tothe Indian economy was committed to the concept of planning. • 6th Five Year Plan () The 6th five year plan was formulated by the Congress government in which equally focused on infrastructure and agriculture. The plan was successful in achieving a growth of 6% pa.

• 7th Five Year Plan (). छठी पंचवर्षीय योजना, (Sixth five year plan, ) 1 अप्रैल से 31 मार्च तक को भारत में योजनावकाश माना जाता है। छठी योजना में गरीबी निवारण तथा. Fifth Five year Plan () ‘removal of poverty and attainment of self-reliance’ High inflation.

Was terminated by the Janta govt. Yet, the Indian national highway system was introduced for the first time. Sixth Five year Plan() ‘direct attack on the problem of poverty by creating conditions of an expanding economy’.

First Five-Year Plan. The First Five-Year Plan(–61) allocated about Rs million for development expenditures. Transportation and communications received top priority with over 36 percent of the budget allocations.

Agriculture, including village development and irrigation, took second priority with about 20 percent of budget plan, which also focused on collecting. 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 92 were treated as Annual Plans.

The - Eighth Plan was finally launched in after the initiation of structural adjustment Size: KB. Second Plan was on the development of basic and heavy industries. A plan formulated (by Janta Govt.) for the Period () was referred to as the Rolling Plan. The second plan saw the setting up of the three steel plants at Durgapur, Bhilai and Rourkela and the expansion of.

Fifth five year plan ( – 79): A successful plan prioritized agriculture and then industry and mines. Rolling plan: This plan was started with an annual plan for 8.

Sixth five year plan ( – 85): Based on investment yojana, its objective was poverty eradication and technological self reliance. Seventh five year plan. 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. - The Atomic Energy Commission of India was established during. Gandhi proceeded to abrogate the Janata Party government's Five-Year Plan in and launched the Sixth Five-Year Plan (–85).

The government targeted an average growth of % over the period of the plan. Measures to check the inflation were also taken; by the early s inflation was under control at an annual rate of about 5%.

In the First Five Year Plan () emphasis was on rapid agricultural development to achieve food self-sufficiency and it achieved its targets. So the emphasis in Second Five Year Plan () was on development of heavy and basic industries based on Mahalnobis model.

BIBLIOGRAPHY PRIMARY SOURCES Government Reports & Documents Government of India (), First Five Year Plan, New Delhi, Planning Commission.

(), Second Five Year Plan, New Delhi, Planning Commission. (), Committee on Plan Projects, Reports of the Team for the Study of Community Projects and National Extension Service. The second edition of Industrial Relations, Trade Unions, and Labour Legislation is an up-to-date interactive text, primarily related to issues in India.

The book does, however, incorporate developments and practices in other countries, particularly UK and USA. Primarily designed for the students of management, economics, labour and social welfare, social work, commerce and similar disciplines. 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).

BIBLIOGRAPHY GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS Constituent Assembly Debates Manager of Publication i). Oovernment of India, Planning Commission, Second Five Year Plan,(Delhi, ). Government of India, Planning Government of India, Planning Commission, Sixth Five Year Plan,(Delhi, ).

Government of. Second five year plan: a draft outline by India Sixth five year plan, by India Progress of the plan; a short survey of the working of the five year plan from April to September by India (Book) 12 editions published. Achievements in almost all sectors of the economy were lower that the plan targets.

Consequently, as against a near 13 per cent fall in price index during the First Plan, the Second Plan witnessed a per cent rise in the price level. The Third Five Year Plan () aimed at securing a marked ad­vance towards self-sustaining growth.

The Sixth Five Year Plan (): The si xth five year plan laid down the long term demographic goal of reducing the net reproduction rate (NRR) to one by for the country as a. The Sixth Five Year Plan (): The sixth five year plan laid down the long term demographic goal of reducing the net reproduction rate (NRR) to one by for the country as a whole and by in all states.

The implication of this long –term demographic goals are as follows. Second five year plan () • The main objectives of the Plan were: an increase of 25% in the national income, rapid industrialisation with particular emphasis on the development of basic and heavy industries, large expansion of employment opportunities, and reduction of inequalities in income, wealth and more even distribution.

INDIAN ECONOMY (SHORTCUTS)FIVE YEAR PLANS:(Important facts from First to Eleventh five year plan)1) FIRST FIVE YEAR PLAN ( )SHORTCUT: SIPCOTS - SOCIAL SERVICEI - INDUSTRYP - POWERCo - CommunicationT - Transport2) Second five year plan ( )SHORTCUT: MADRASM - Mahalanobis ModelA - Atomic Energy CommissionD - Durgapur steel company, Tata Inst of Followers: K.

Government of Bangladesh: The two year Plan () Dhaka, Planning Commission, Ministry of planning. Government of Bangladesh: The second five year plan (), Dhaka, Planning Commission, Ministry of planning.

Government of Bangladesh: The Third Five Year Plan (), Dhaka, Planning Commission, Ministry of planning. Buy NEW STERN DRIVE OUTBOARD MARINE TILT TRIM MOTOR FITS OMC EVD Boat Motors - FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases5/5(1).

The plan was terminated in (instead of ) when Janta to power. 7: Rolling Plan ( - 80) There were 2 Sixth Plans. One by Janta Govt. (for ) which was in operation for 2 years only and the other by the Congress Govt.

when it returned to power in 8: Sixth Plan ( - 85). This book has been cited by the following publications. The Second Five Year Plan, New Delhi: Government of India.

Government of India: Planning CommissionThe Sixth Five Year Plan, –85, New Delhi: Government of India. Government of India: Planning CommissionAuthor: Stuart Corbridge, Glyn Williams, Manoj Srivastava, René Véron. During the sixth five-year plan (–85) assets worth billion rupees were distributed to about million poor families.

During –88, another million families were assisted with an average investment of 4, per family or 19 billion rupees overall. Besides, ongoing primary educational activities remained unchanged in the Intermediary Two Year Plan (). While drafting the Second Five Year Plan (), An Primary Education Bureau was also established for the successful development of the primary education.

Primary Education Act was passed in Under this act, Local. Authored by the second of his three daughters, Daman Singh, the book, titled Strictly Personal: Manmohan and Gursharan, says that Indira Gandhi wanted Manmohan Singh as a member of the Planning Commission to prepare the Sixth Five-Year Plan ().

"But when he expressed his difficulty in retiring 10 years early (from the civil service), she was magnanimous enough to appreciate. ‘Planned Economy for India’ – The book was written by (A) Sir M. Visvesvarayya (B) JL. Nehru What is the estimated rate of growth in the second year of the 12th Five Year Plan of India.

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Seventh five year plan The draft of the seventh five year states that "the family welfare programme occupied an important position in the socio-economic development plans.

It planned a crucial role in human resources development and in improving the quality of our people. Sixth Five Year Plan (): The main feature was to achieve full employment byand for the maximum utilisation of the State’s resources and to achieve a growth rate of per cent and to increase the per capita income from ` 1, ( prices) to ` 1, in The Fifth Plan terminated by the new Janata Party government one year before its completion and the Sixth FYP adopted.

In fact, India had two Sixth FYPs practical ( and ). The Sixth FYP adopted by the Janata Party () discarded in with the change in government at the center. ADVERTISEMENTS: India’s Fifth Five-Year Plan (). A major attack on the Mahalanobis strategy came from the World Bank economists in the early seventies.

ADVERTISEMENTS: They argued that the most important problem of the third world countries was that of the removal of poverty, and that growth, by itself, could not be relied upon to achieve [ ]. Check out the PSC Memory Codes to simply remember the Five Year Plans (പഞ്ചവത്സര പദ്ധതികൾ) in India.

When India gained independence, its economy was groveling in dust then the fathers of development formulated 5 years plan to develop the Indian economy.6th five year Plan.() Objective To achieve an average annual growth rate of five percent for industrial and agricultural products.

Removal of poverty was the foremost objective of the Sixth Plan. Strengthening infrastructure for both agriculture and industry systematic approach with greater management, efficiency and.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.

The Second Plan () It gave priority to industrial Size: 1MB.