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Fourth five year plan, revised outlay, 1969-74

India. Planning Commission.

Fourth five year plan, revised outlay, 1969-74

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Published by Government of India, Planning Commission in [New Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfiche. Zug, Switzerland : Inter Documentation Co., 1970? 1 microfiche ; 11 x 15 cm.

Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 5182, D-1096 (H)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination28 p.
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2690007M
LC Control Number85891367

Five Year Plan Outlays Pattern of Central Allocation (Total for the Country & Union MOHFW) Actual Expenditure of Tenth Plan () & Approved Outlay and year-wise expenditure for eleventh Plan () in Central Sector for MOHFW Scheme-Wise Plan Outlay and Expenditure for Health. From , two Annual Plans. The Eighth Plan () It proposed a growth rate of % per annum and the energy sector was accorded top priority in the plan allocation. The Ninth Plan () It aimed for % annual growth rate. H¼Xmw ]©-hÂkc ]²-Xn-bpsS hfÀ¨m e£yw % Bbn-cp-p.Fm t\Sm³ IgnªXv % am{X-am-W v. The Tenth Plan ( - ) The total outlay envisaged.


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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.

Fourth Five Year Plan () The Fourth Five Year Plan also served as a stepping stone for the economic growth. This plan mainly emphasized on growth with stability and progressive achievement of self reliance. India had to reform and restructures its expenditure agenda, due to attacks Fourth five year plan India in the years and 4th five year plan( to ): Target Growth: % Actual Growth: % Refusal of supply of essential equipments and raw materials from the allies during Indo Pak war resulted in twin objectives of “ growth with stability “ and “progressive achievement of self reliance “ for the Fourth Plan.

• The Fourth Five Year Plan aimed at an annual growth rate of 5 per cent in agriculture. • The total investment in agricultural sector was Rs. 3, crores (24 per cent of the total Plan outlay). • Development of agricultural inputs like fertilisers, farm machineries too was aimed at.

First Five Year Plan 31 Second Five Year Plan 20 Third Five 1969-74 book Plan 21 Fourth Five Fourth five year plan Plan 24 Fifth Five Year Plan 22 Sixth Five Year Plan 24 Seventh Five Year Plan Eighth Five Year Plan 21 Ninth Five Year Plan 20 Tenth Revised outlay Year Plan 20 Eleventh Five.

5. Fourth Five Year Plan: I. Its duration was from tounder the leadership of Indira Gandhi. There were two main objectives of this plan i.e.

growth with stability and progressive. The Fourth Five Year Plan should ordinarily have commenced in on the expiry of the Third Five Year Plan. The necessary preparatory work had already been undertaken but its finalisation was delayed due to severe threats like hostilities of and and the steep fall in agricultural production over two successive years and   The overall growth rate over the five year period has been percent.

In this plan, special programmes like Jawahar Rozgar Yojana were introduced. Social sec­tors like welfare, education, health, family planning, employment etc. got a higher outlay of % in this plan. Rural electrification increased significantly and covered 81% of the. The outlay proposed in the Annual Plan is ` crores, which represents an increase of 10% over the budgeted outlay of` crores in and forms % of the Eleventh Five Year Plan outlay.

The District Plan size for Eleventh Five Year Plan is ` 10, crores and for Annual Plan it is ` crores. Other articles where Fourth Five-Year Plan is discussed: Ukraine: The last years of Stalin’s rule: The fourth five-year plan, as in the prewar years, stressed heavy industry to the detriment of consumer needs.

ByUkraine’s industrial output exceeded the prewar level. In agriculture, recovery proceeded much more slowly, and prewar levels of production were not reached until the s. However, the performance in the last year was dismal due to the disastrous drought of and two wars (one with China in and another with Pakistan in ).

The Fourth Plan (): As in the Fourth Plan, outlay on agriculture was 21 p.c. of total Fifth Plan outlay. Ambitious targets were fixed for the agricultural sector. ` in second plan. The important projects under this plan were the Harangi, the Hemavathi, the upper Krishna and the Malaprabha.

revised outlay During the Annual Plan ofthe expenditure was ` crores. Fourth Five Year Plan (): The main emphasis of this plan was on (a) regional development (b) adoption of district plans. The. The concept of area development was introduced in the Fourth Five-year Plan.

Ambitious programmes were launched for Drought Prone Annual Plan IV Plan V Plan Year Original Outlay Revised Outlay Expenditure. Outlay: The total proposed outlay was Rs.

24, crore, which included Rs. 15, crores as public sector outlay and Rs. 8, crore as private sector outlay. FIFTH FIVE YEAR PLAN () The Plan was formulated against the background of severe inflationary pressure.

• to achieve an overall rate of growth of per cent to raise exports at the rate of 7 per cent annually.

• outlay: the total proposed outlay was rs. 24, crore, which included rs. 15, crores as public sector outlay and rs. 8, crore as private sector outlay. 4th five year plan () FOURTH FIVE YEAR PLAN () After the ‘Plan Holiday', the Fourth Plan was begun in Objectives: i) To achieve stability and progress towards self-reliance.

ii) To achieve an overall rate of growth of per cent annually. iii) To raise exports at the rate of 7 per cent annually. Five year Plan of India. Five year Plan from the beginning: FIRST PLAN The First Plan with a total outlay of Rs crore was a rather hapzard venture,as the planning commission had no reliable statistics to work s,the plan had to be correlated to the prevailing activities of various government result was a patchwork of isolated the same,the.

During the Fourth Five Year Plan an outlay of Rs. 22 crores. has been earmarked for medical research, which includes Rs. 11 crores for the Indian Council of Medical Research, Rs. 2 crores for research under Indigenous Systems of Medicine, Rs.

2 crores for research. 12 3-Fourth Year Plan Fourth Five Year Plan 13 3 3 % % 19 A-1 6 Percentage increase since Females Percentage in crease since 49 C-5 Titie against Cols. &5 Percentage of literates to population of age 5 and over Percentage of literates to population le D-4 5 A^6 D-4 8 A 3,00 3, 2.

Outlay of the First Five-Year Plan. Originally, the plan period for an outlay of Rs. crores in the public sector which was later raised to Rs. crores with.

The total outlay under the revised Fifth Plan works out to Rs. 1 crores. State Sector. In the draft Fifth Five Year Plan, an amount of Rs. crores was provided for the States and Union Territories, for the supplementary Feeding programmes, i.

This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Fourth five-year plan. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

This page was last edited on 9 Novemberat (UTC). Text is available under the. 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% in. The Fourth Five-Year Plan(–75) increased proposed expenditures to more than Rs billion. Transportation and communications again were the top priority, receiving percent of expenditures, followed by agriculture, which was allocated 26 percent of the budget.

During the Fourth Five Year Plan ( - ) the slogan of “Garibi Hatao” was given by late P.M. Indira Gandhi during the elections. image source:SiliconIndia 6. The Planning Commission website has been archived with immediate effect. Click here to visit the archived website.

The Fourth Plan () The Tenth Plan ( - ) The total outlay envisaged for the 10th plan is Rs. 19,68, crore at prices. The plan envisaged rapid growth in labour force over the next decade.

The 10th plan aimed at creating Fourth Five Year Plan (d) Seventh Five Year Plan. Five-Year Plans, method of planning economic growth over limited periods, through the use of quotas, used first in the Soviet Union and later in other socialist states.

In the Soviet Union, the first Five-Year Plan (–32), implemented by Joseph Stalin, concentrated on developing heavy industry and collectivizing agriculture, at the cost of a drastic fall in consumer goods. 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 rate of 9 percent in. fulfillment of the soviet union's fifth five-year plan keywords: soviet union, ussr, economic, five-year plan, finished intelligence, fifth, soviet economic analysis created date: 8/31/ am.

Fourth Five-Year Plan (): The Fourth Plan had two objectives in the agricultural sector; (i) to provide the conditions necessary for a sustained increase of food production by about 5 per cent per annum over the decade and (ii) to enable a large section of the rural population including small farmers, farmers in the dry areas and.

FOURTH FIVE YEAR PLAN () After the ‘Plan Holiday’, the Fourth Plan was begun in Objectives: i) To achieve stability and progress towards self-reliance. ii) To achieve an overall rate of growth of per cent annually.

iii) To raise exports at the rate of 7 per cent annually. It was in this light that the Industrial Policy Resolution was revised and a new resolution of was adopted.

FOURTH FIVE YEAR PLAN () After the ‘Plan Holiday’, the Fourth Plan was begun in I need details about the total outlay during each five year plan and the provision of energy & power sector in that outlay. The Fourth Plan outlay for each was Rs crore for the core programmes of economic development and Rs.

crore for arterial roads. These agencies were later merged with Integrated Tribal Development Projects during the Fifth Plan. The Fifth Five Year Plan () marked a shift in the approach as reflected in the launching of. 4 4th Five Year Plan Plan Year Schemes / Events 4 Based on Gadgil strategy (Leontiff Model) Indo-Pak war Financial crunch Politicization of planning was started from this plan (populist measures) Greater centralization SAIL, Nationalization of 14 Banks, Green Revolution Smiling Buddha (Atomic Bomb Test).

Fourth Five Years Plan: to cover predominantly industrial cities fully with sewerage facilities. In the revised Fifth Plan outlay, an amount of Rs. crore was fixed for the States and UTs, and Rs. crore other than MNP. It was suggested in the Eleventh Five Year Plan there should be only one scheme of ARWSP in which.

YEAR BOOK GOVERNMENT OF INDIA, MINISTRY OF HEALTH & FAMILY PLANNING, DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY PLANNING, NEW DELHI. TABLE A Contd.

Tentative Breakup Of Fourth Five Year Plan Outlay () For Family Plsinning Programme. Expenditure On Family Planning Programme In Different States And Union Territories ' Page 61 61 61 61 After 15 months, the commission submitted, in Julythe Draft of First Five Year Plan.

On 8th December,late Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru presented the Final draft of the plan to the Lok Sabha. Following table shows Public Sector Outlay under different five year plans since Public Sector Outlay (In crore Rs.). Outlay: The total proposed outlay was Rs. 3, crore. SECOND FIVE YEAR PLAN () The main objective was to launch upon industrialisation and strengthen the industrial base of the economy.

It was in this light that the Industrial Policy Resolution was revised and a new resolution of was adopted.The period between the Third Five Year Plan ( - 69) and the Fourth Five Year Plan () is called the 'Plan Holiday'.

During this period three Annual Plans. were implemented. The Fifth Five Year Plan () was terminate a year before its due schedule by Janata Government one year prior to its schedule introduced sixth Plan for Economic Planning of India - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt /.pptx), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online.

10th and 11th five year plans in focus.