Page-2 of Five-Year Plans of India Current Affairs, GK & News

12th Five Year Plan: Growth target 9%

Recently, it was made clear that Planning Commission will aim to achieve an average economic growth of 9% over the Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012-17). The plan will primarily maintain the agenda of inclusive growth of the ongoing 11th plan with social sectors such as health, education, skill development and infrastructure getting primary attention and ..

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Agriculture Growth target 4% in 12th Five Year Plan

Planning Commission Member and Steering Committee Chairman Abhijit Sen has recently said that farm sector target growth rate shall be 4% in the 12th Five Year Plan. The same target was set for 11th plan and Sen has blamed poor monsoon for missing the farm sector targets in the 11th Plan. Its worth note that ..

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Sixth Five Year Plan: (1980-85)

From the sixth five year plan onwards, there was massive investment in the Social Services. These social services included Education, Health and Family Planning, Housing & Urban Development and other services. From the 6th Plan onwards, the role & scope of the Planning Commission also increased. The plan objectives were poverty alleviation and higher economic ..

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Fifth Five Year Plan

The Fifth Five Year Plan India was sketched out for the period spanning 1974 to 1979 with the objectives of increasing the employment level, reducing poverty, and attaining self-reliance. The twin objectives of poverty eradication and attainment of self reliance were inculcated in the fifth plan. A national program for minimum needs including elementary education, safe drinking water, ..

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Rolling Plans

The Janta Government terminated the fifth five year plan in 1977-78 and launched its own sixth five year plan for period 1978-83 and called it a Rolling Plan. Meaning of Rolling Plan The meaning of the Rolling Plan was that now, every year the performance of the plan will be assessed and a new plan ..

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Back Ground of Planned Development in India, Planning Commission and National Development Council

This article gives you crisp information on background of Planned Development in India, Planning Commission and National Development Council. Perspective Planning, Imperative & Indicative Planning Perspective planning refers to long term planning for a period of 15, 20, 25 yrs, however objective of perspective planning can be achieved by breaking the period in 5-7 yr ..

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