Second five year plan, 1956-57 to 1960-61, Bombay State

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Printed at the Govt. Central Press , Bombay
StatementGovernment of Bombay, Political and Services Department.
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 5182, D-485 (H)
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 466 p., [10] leaves of plates (some folded)
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Open LibraryOL2987986M
LC Control Number84241093

ADVERTISEMENTS: India’s Second Five-Year Plan (). The second plan was to set India on the path of industrialisation. P.C.

Mahalanobis was the moving spirit behind the second five year plan. He gave the highest priority to strengthening the industrial base of the economy. ADVERTISEMENTS: It was in this light that the Industrial Policy Resolution [ ]. The Plan being implemented aims to accelerate the pace of economic development.

Though ambitious in concept it is realistic in taking into account 1956-57 to 1960-61 country's essential needs and available resources. The total cost is of the order ofRS. 19, (about double that of the First Plan) of which Rs. 9, million will be in the public sector, Rs. 3, million in the semi.

The first Five Year Plan was penned in While India’s first Five Year Plan in was largely penned in response to shocks such as Partition and World War II, its second.

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See more ideas about Vintage children's books, Books and Childrens books pins. The First Plan was for the present year which comprised the annual budget and the Second was a plan for a fixed number of years, which may be 3, 4 or 5 Second Plan kept changing as per the requirements of the Indian economy.

The Third Plan was a perspective plan for long terms i.e. 15 or 20 years.

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Second five year plan, to Bombay (India: State) Not In Library. Code of Civil Procedure India, India Not In Library. Read. Daśakumāracharita of Daṇḍin Daṇḍin Bombay (India: State), 3 books Rajasthan, India., 3 books Bombay (Presidency). 2nd Five Year Plan Of India. Objectives of the 2nd five year plan ( to ): Industries got more importance in the 2nd five year plan.

The focus was mainly on heavy industries. The Indian government boosted manufacturing of industrial goods in the country. This was done primarily to develop the public sector.

Mahalanobis Model. 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.

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- (Paid to Indigenous Employees in Private Industry). At the end of the Second Five-Year Plan (March ), the total road length was increased to km.

( miles). The roads completed during the Second Plan period were the Ganga-khed-Palam-Loha road km. (26 miles), the Jalna-Mantha road, km. (6 miles) and the Partur-Watur road, km. (9 miles). Achieve­ments in almost all the sectors of the economy were lower than 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 price level. The Third Five Year Plan () aimed at securing a marked ad­vance towards self-sustaining growth.

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The Five Year Plan allocated substantial. It was contemplated to establish eight labour welfare centres in the Marathwada region during the Second Five-Year Plan period. Accordingly labour welfare centres were established at Parli, Parbhani, Hingoli, Aurangabad, Jama, Sailu, Nanded and Latur during The labour welfare centres provide both for indoor and outdoor games.

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Five Year Plans of India: First Five Year Plan ( to ) to Twelfth Five Year Plan ( to ) [3 Volumes Set] [M. Sury, Vibha Mathur] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Economic planning is concerned with the effective and optimal utilization of the potential resources of an economy.

This is particularly so in the context of Cited by: 9. (b) Draft Plan Frame: Recommendations for the Formulation of the Second Five Year Plan //61, by P. Mahalanobis; (c) Working Papers on Studies Relating to Planning for National Devel-opment (in press); (d) The Approach of Operational Research to Plan-ning in India, by P.

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Confirms the general impression that the efforts made to tackle the problem of untouchability have. Program (MNP). The bilingual Bombay State was bifurcated during the Second five-year Plan and Gujarat State was formed on 1 May The Third Five- Year Plan was the first concerted effort at the development of all the areas included in Gujarat State.

State government prepares budget which, inter alia, includes.PLAN OUTLAY The Second Five-Year Plan of Andhra Pradesh envisages a total outlay of Rs crores. During the first year of the Plan, i.e.,the actual expenditure was Rs crores against a provision of Rs crores.

For a provision of Rs crores was made in the Budget for expenditure on Plan Schemes.This would result in increasing the annual yield of foodgrains by about 5, metric tons (5, tons) and of cotton by about 9, bales (Second Five-Year Plan, Bombay State (Nagpur District)_).