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Third five year plan progress report, 1961-66

Third five year plan progress report, 1961-66

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Published by The Directorate in Jaipur, Rajasthan .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfiche. Zug, Switzerland : Inter Documentation Co., 1969? 3 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.

StatementGovernment of Rajasthan, Directorate of Economics and Statistics.
ContributionsRajasthan (India). Directorate of Economics & Statistics.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 5182, D-492 (H)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationii, 59, xcv p.
Number of Pages59
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2988882M
LC Control Number84242310

PLAN WISE PROGRESS OF ELECTRIFICATION ON I.R. 1. Plan R K M Plan R K M Period Electrified Cumulative Period Electrified Cumulative Pre Indep 6th 1st 7th 2nd Inter Plan 3rd 8th Annual Plan 9th File Size: 5MB. People's plan M.N. Roy Sarvodaya Jaya Prakash Narayan. plan BOMBAY PLAN *The plan came into being in in connection with planning in India Ans: Bombay Plan *The person who led Bombay Plan Ans: Ardheshir Dalal. Gujarat Forest Statistics Report , also contains details of the out 20 Point Programme Physical Progress Report Year to 70 Third Five Year Plan () Rs. Lakh (4) Three Annual Plans () Rs. Lakh After the completion of the second Five Year Plan, Indian Railways had electrified route-kilometres (rkm) on 25 kV AC. During the Third Plan, along with considerable indigenisation, electrification was extended over another 1, rkm. The pace of electrification, however, slowed down until the oil crisis of .

The following brief account of the country's involvement with 'development' is extracted from a report by UNU Fellow D. N. S. Dhakal (). He explains that it was as recently as that Bhutan launched a planned process of economic development. The first Five Year Plan () primarily concentrated on development of infrastructures.


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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 () 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.

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.

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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 Third five year plan progress report of the community • The.

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O Second Five Year Plan (Planning Commission, Government of Indian ). O Third Five Year Plan (Planning Commission. The aim of the Third Five Year Plan () was (A) rapid industrialisation. (B) growth with stability and progress towards self-reliance.

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Successive Indian governments, still headed by Prime Minister Nehru, remained relatively true to these policies for both its First and Second Five Year Plans ( 56 and ) with moderately successful results. Real GDP grew at an average annual rate of % for the First Five Year Plan, and % for the Second Five Year Plan.

The Great Leap Forward (Second Five Year Plan) of the People's Republic of China (PRC) was an economic and social campaign led by the Communist Party of China (CPC) from to Chairman Mao Zedong launched the campaign to reconstruct the country from an agrarian economy into a communist society through the formation of people's decreed increased efforts to Traditional Chinese: 大躍進.

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The NRPB favored a five- or six-year program. In the wake of industrial development in the eastern region, electrification and dieselisation were introduced during the first Five-Year Plan in the late s to cope with increased traffic.

[ clarify ] After the completion of the second Five-Year Plan, Indian Railways had Headquarters: Allahabad, India. For the all round development of the country, the higher education system was slowly strengthened after the independence.

Expenditure on higher education was gradually increased. The share of higher education in the total expenditure on education increased [11] from 9% in the First Five-Year Plan () to 25% in the Fourth Plan (). Third Five Year Plan in India ( – 66){TOTAL AMOUNT ALLOTTED ABOUT CRORE RUPEES} At its conception time, it was felt that Indian economy has entered a take – off stage.

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