• Planning in India
    Five Year Plans of India” RAVI RANJAN SINGH AND GROUP Members Of Planning Commission Of India  Chairman  Deputy Chairman  Member Secretary - - Dr. Manmohan Singh (Prime Minister) Shri Montek Singh Ahluwalia Ms Sindhushree Kullar 2 Why to Plan ??? After independence...
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  • Role of Non-Credit Inputs in Implementation of Agricultural Financial Schemes in India
    next crop season in cases of crop failure – Encourages farmers to adopt progressive farming practices, high value inputs and higher technology in Agriculture Some of the improvements suggested in the crop insurance scheme in the in 11th five year plan are as follows - i) All...
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  • Ice Cream in India
    -25% over the next five years. Currently India has a good indication of growth and the consumption per capita is about 300ml compared to Australia’s 18 liters per capita. (More, A, 2012) Almost 30% of the Indian population is under 14 years. In 2012, the population between ages 0-14 stood at 365.1...
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  • Power Sector
    Commission, Goovernment of India © 2010 KPMG, an Indian Partnership and a member firm of the KPMG network of independent member firms affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”), a Swiss entity. All rights reserved. 5 For the 10th Five year plan various reasons have been...
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  • Coordinated Action on Skill Development
    NSDF would provide funds to NSDC for furtherance of the objective of skill development in accordance with the approved work and financial plan. The NSDC would charge a management fee from NSDF for managing its resources. The beneficiaries of the Trust are the youth of India which require skill...
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  • snapshot of Indian and Greece economy
    deficit of India rose to 4.1% of Gross Domestic Product during second quarter of financial year 2011 compared to 3.2% in the last quarter. FIVE YEAR PLANS OBJECTIVES First Plan (1951 – 56): Total budget: 206.8 billion (INR) or USD$23.6 billion. Target growth:2.1% (yearly) growth in gross domestic...
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  • Plan
    period (2007-12) - even surpassing the All India's GDP growth of 7.94% for the same period. Interestingly, the State economy grew faster than All-India during the 9th, 10th and 11th Five Year Plans in which the state registered average annual growth rates of 5.59% (5.52%), 8.19%(7.68%) and 8.33% (7.94...
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  • For Study Material
    clubbed and recognized with the world’s best industrialized nations. Like all other Five Year Plans, the 10th Five Year Plan is also devised, executed and supervised by the Planning Commission of India. Chief Objectives of the 10th Five Year Plan: 1. The Tenth Five Year Plan proposes schooling...
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  • Five Yr Plan
    the world’s best industrialized nations. Like all other Five Year Plans, the 10th Five Year Plan is also devised, executed and supervised by the Planning Commission of India. Chief Objectives of the 10th Five Year Plan: • The Tenth Five Year Plan proposes schooling to be compulsory for...
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  • Plan
    India to become one of the best industrial countries in the world, to be clubbed and recognized with the world’s best industrialized nations. Like all other Five Year Plans, the 10th Five Year Plan is also devised, executed and supervised by the Planning Commission of India. Chief Objectives...
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  • Current Affairs
    suggest some success and much failure. Most rich nations failed to meet the targets on promised aid. While progress has been made, much more needs to be done. 3. Government’s claims 4. The Government of India claims that the country is on track to meet the MDG targets by 2015. It argues that the...
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  • Fyp's in India
    the Planning Commission of India to extend the GDP limit further and set goals, which will drive India to become one of the best industrial countries in the world, to be clubbed and recognized with the world’s best industrialized nations. Like all other Five Year Plans, the 10th Five Year Plan...
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  • Agriculture Essay 6
    during 1993/94-2004/05, according to The Challenge of Employment in India: An Informal Economy Perspective (2009), Volume-I, NCEUS. The incremental capital output ratio (ICOR) for agriculture and allied sectors (1.99) during the 10th Five Year Plan was lower as compared to mining and quarrying...
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  • National Electricity Policy
    redressal of consumers grievances. * National Electricity Policy for 11th Five-Year Plan: The National Electricity Plan covering their view of 10th Plan, detailed plan for 11th plan and perspective plan for 12th Plan was prepared by CEA in November 2004 and was circulated to all stakeholders...
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  • Gujrat
    current prices has increased by 128% during the period 2000-01 to 2005-06 reaching a whooping Rs. 33,659 crores. Gujarat is far ahead of the target of 4.03 % average annual growth rate set by the Planning Commission, in the first four years of 10th Five-year Plan. The overall production/cultivation...
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  • Economic Environment in India
    Q.8 Explain Planning time periods. Ans.: Till now in India we have completed ten five year plans and with five year plan in going on. First Five Year Plan Second Five Year Plan Third Five Year Plan Three One Year Plan Fourth Five Year Plan Fifth Five Year Plan Seventh Five Year Plan Eight Five...
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  • Coca Cola
    , industrialization, state intervention in labor and financial markets, a large public sector, business regulation, and central planning. Five-Year Plans of India resembled central planning in the Soviet Union. Steel, mining, machine tools, water, telecommunications, insurance, and electrical plants, among...
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  • Swot Analysis
    offered by public sector banks is very high.) There should be a time-bound plan of five years within which the Government of India should meet this cost. 4.2.2 The Central Government should also go for a differential matrix in terms of minimum support prices. The minimum support price mechanism should...
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  • Non Renewable Energy Sources
    Government will have to meet the balance 50% cost. As a provision of only Rs.122 lakhs is proposed for the State Government during 10th Five Year Plan, the number of hamlets to be electrified will be correspondingly restricted. An total outlay of Rs.710.78 lakhs has been proposed for Solar Photovoltaic...
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  • Rasna Marketing Project
    increased through the late 1990s and 2000.Rasna SDC's volume continued to shrink by over 7% every year. Moreover, the steadily increasing prices of Rasna SDC, over the years proved to be another significant hurdle for Pioma.   Facing Challenges: Rasna announced these plans in early 2002 and called the...
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