2 edition of Second five year plan progress report for 1958-59 found in the catalog.
Second five year plan progress report for 1958-59
Microfiche. Zug, Switzerland : Inter Documentation Co., 1969? 4 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
|Statement||Government of India, Planning Commission.|
|Contributions||India. Planning Commission.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 5182, D-529 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||84247555|
Get this from a library! The second five-year plan, [Uganda. Ministry of Planning and Economic Development.]. A progress report is an executive summary of the progress an individual (and his team) has made on a certain project over a certain time frame. An individual may report and explain the work that has been covered, resources spent, unexpected problems or instances that the project has undergone (if any), estimated time of completion, and other details concerning the project at hand.
Five Year Plan: Since , the Indian economy has been premised on the concept of has been carried through the Five-Year Plans, developed, executed, and monitored by the Planning Commission. With the Prime Minister as the ex-officio Chairman, the commission has a nominated Deputy Chairman, who holds the rank of a Cabinet Minister. ADVERTISEMENTS: India’s Third Five-Year Plan ()! In the third plan emphasis was on long-term development. ADVERTISEMENTS: The third plan report stated that during the five-year period, the Indian economy, “must not only expand rapidly, but at the same time become self-reliant and self-generating.” Objectives: (i) An increase in national income of more than 5% annually.
Stalin announced the start of the first five-year plan for industrialization on October 1, , and it lasted until Decem Stalin described it as a new revolution from above. When this plan began, the USSR was fifth in industrialization, and with the first five-year plan moved up to second, with only the United States in first. The Joint Plenum of the Central Committee and the Central Control Commission of the C.P.S.U.(B.J, which took place January , , discussed the following questions: the results of the First Five-Year Plan and the national-economic plan for -- the first year of the Second Five-Year Plan period (reports of Comrades Stalin, Molotov and.
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Get this from a library. Second five year plan; progress report, [India. Planning Commission.]. Get this from a library. Second five year plan: progress report, [India.
Planning Commission.]. THE SECOND FIVE YEAR PLAN. 59 the successes of the Russian army in the Far East and faintly admitted the weakness of the Russian Fleet and the somewhat slow progress of Kuropatkin's army. The inadequate development of transport was considered by the Conference to be one of the chief failures of the First Five Year Plan.
Aims of the First Five Year Plan; 2. The First Five Year Plan () 3. Was the 1st FYP a success. Second and Third Five Year Plans (overview) 5. The Second Five Year Plan () 6. Was the 2nd FYP successful.
The Third Five Year Plan () 8. Effect of Plans on Workers; 9. Effect of plans on Living conditions; Top Clicks. India’s second five year plan and Industrial policy Resolutionwhich paved the way for development of Public Sector and license raj; were based upon this model.
Notable Points Steel mills at Bhilai, Durgapur, and Rourkela were established in second five year plan. This course everything one needs to know about Five Year Plans - History, Importance and Review.
It covers all the plans from First five year plan to Fifth Five Year Plan. The Second Five-Year Plan—from January to December —also gave priority to heavy industry. One of the weaknesses revealed during the First Five-Year Plan was that of the Soviet infrastructure, especially roads, railways, and canals.
Consequently, the second plan also provided for reconstruction and double tracking of the principal. Other articles where Second Five-Year Plan is discussed: Soviet Union: Industrialization, – period (including that of the Second Five-Year Plan, slightly less strongly stressing heavy industry, which now followed) was only about percent per annum, about the same as that of Germany over the same span of time.
Nevertheless, during this period a number of important industrial. Budget Rs bn Public outlay Agriculture Irrigation Power Village,small industries Organized industries, mining Transport & communications Other social services Budgetary resources of which Additional taxation Internal private savings External assistance Deficit financing Private.
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. The following are economic statistics from the Soviet Union's First and Second Five-Year Plans with my commentary giving some context and helping you better interpret the numbers. The four periods depicted in these statistics are the following: 1) The last Czarist census of This represents the height of the economic development of the Russian Empire.
Because of the success of the first plan, the government went ahead with the Second Five-Year Plan inalthough the official start-date for the plan was The Second Five-Year Plan gave heavy industry top priority, placing the Soviet Union not far behind Germany as one of the major steel-producing countries of the world.
On top of this. 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 progress report that you are receiving this year was revised during the school year with the aid and input of parents, teachers, administrators, and curriculum and instruction personnel.
This progress report, aligned with national and state standards, is designed to provide you with specific information about your. In June the district developed a general progress of the action steps of the Strategic Plan.
This summary includes the first three years of the work in the strategic plan and shows progress in the four major focus areas within the plan.
The summary report for the progress. Progress Report Downloads Note: These progress reports are for your records and do not need to be sent in to Abeka.
If you’re enrolled in the accredited program, progress reports are provided for you in your enrollment shipment and on your dashboard. Second Five-Year Plan (Soviet Union) Second Five-Pear Plan (Vietnam) See also This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Second Five-Year Plan.
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. Get this from a library. Five year plan; progress report for and [India. Planning Commission.]. India's First Five-Year Plan A Descriptive Ana ysis V.
Rao JNDIA'S first Five-Year Plan is perhaps not a plan in the normally accepted sense of the term. It does not offer a description and assess-ment of national resources, either natural or human, nor does it con-tain a survey of the extent to which these resources have been utilised.
Five-year plan may refer to. Nation plans. Five-year plans for the national economy of the Soviet Union, a series of nationwide centralized economic plans in the Soviet Union; Five-Year Plans of Argentina; Five-Year Plans of Bhutan, a series of national economic development plans created by the government of Bhutan since ; Five-year plans of China (PRC), a series of social and economic.
Five-Year Plans for the National Economy of the Soviet Union. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. BryannaLeS.
Five Year Plans- dates and summaries. Terms in this set (12) First Five-Year Plan - First, rapid industrialization eliminated remaining feudal economic structures-Second, all land.5. Sandwich Book Report. SOURCE: Homeschool4Me. Yum! You’ll notice a lot of our creative book report ideas revolve around food.
In this project, each layer of this book report sandwich covers a different element of the book—characters, setting, conflict, etc. A fun adaptation to this project is the book report cheeseburger. 6. Book Alphabet.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.