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Published by Popular Prakashan in Bombay .
Written in English



  • India


  • India -- Economic conditions -- 1947- -- Addresses, essays, lectures,
  • India -- Economic policy -- Addresses, essays, lectures

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Edition Notes

Poems of Murarji J. Vaidya: p. [151]-[168]

Statementsome writings of Murarji J. Vaidya.
LC ClassificationsHC435.2 .V32
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 161, [7] p.
Number of Pages161
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5403922M
LC Control Number72912091

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  Planning process in India Process of planning in India takes place in three steps-formulating the plan, its implementation and the evaluation. Over the years and due to the political pressures two new aspects have been added to the process, namely decentralization and . Planning in India starts from the ’s. The colonial government had established a planning board even before Independence. Soon after independence India’s leaders adopted the principal of formal economic planning as an effective way to intervene in the economy to foster growth and social justice. ADVERTISEMENTS: The following points highlight the top five objectives of planning in India. The objectives are: 1. Economic Growth 2. Economic Equality and Social Justice 3. Full Employment 4. Economic Self-reliance 5. Modernisation. Objective of Planning # 1. Economic Growth: Of all the objectives, the objective of economic growth has received the strongest priority in all [ ].   Publisher Summary. This chapter discusses the strategy of Indian planning. The most frequently encountered description of the strategy of Indian planning is that it seeks to lay particular emphasis on “heavy” or “basic” or “producer goods” or “capital goods” or “machine building” industries. The reason for this emphasis most generally given is that it quickens the pace of capital formation.

  The economy of India is based in part on planning through its five-year plans, which are developed, executed and monitored by the Planning tenth plan completed its term in March and the eleventh plan is currently underway.[1] Prior to the fourth plan, the allocation of state resources was based on schematic patterns rather than a transparent and objective mechanism. ADVERTISEMENTS: 1. Economic Development: The main objective of Indian planning is to achieve the goal of economic development economic development is necessary for under developed countries because they can solve the problems of general poverty, unemployment and backwardness through it. Economic development is concerned with the increase in per capita income and causes behind this [ ]. In , the Government set up the Planning Commission to create, develop, and execute five year plan of India. The objectives of these five-year plans were as follows: 1. Economic Growth 2. Economic Equity and Social Justice 3. Full Employment 4. Economic Self-Reliance 5. Modernisation. Planning is the function of management that involves setting objectives and determining a course of action for achieving those objectives. Planning requires that managers be aware of environmental conditions facing their organization and forecast future conditions. It also requires that managers be good decision makers.

INDIAN HISTORY: OBJECTIVE: Useful for UPSC, CSAT, PSC, CDS, NDA/NA, SSC, Railway, Banking, State Services and All Other Examination Competitive Pen out of 5 stars 5Reviews: 9.   In India objectives of planning are mainly classified as long-term objectives and short-term objectives. Long-term objectives try to solve the socio-economic issues that the country is facing over the years. It includes increase in national income or per-capita income, achieving full employment, social justice and equitable distribution, poverty alleviation, self-sufficiency and modernisation, etc. . The role of teacher as an organizer is to link planning with all other roles of communicating, motivating and controlling. Planning is one of the important attributes of educational management. To achieve the aims and objectives of education, effective planning with organizing, staffing, directing and controlling are . Foreign exchange qnd foreign currencies in india are governedby Explain agriculture business categories in India Note on rural entrepreneur ship Note on rural entrepreneurship What is the 20th element in pd Explain the role of oceanic waterways in the transport sector of india's economy Explain the equilibrium in the bertrand model of oligopoly Essay on public sector banks affect economy and.