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Developement and Equal Distribution among people

Developement and Equal Distribution among people

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EFFICIENCY EFFECT OFDEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMEDOES NOT SATISFY THEREDISTRIBUTING EFFECTEQUALLY
 
Group: Aditya a. Pungavkar.Basudutta Sarkar.Murali T.V.Amol S. Holey.
 
SEMINAR II
 
EFFICIENCY EFFECT OF DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME DOES NOT SATISFY THE REDISTRIBUTING EFFECT EQUALLY
 
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Topic: EFFICIENCY EFFECT OF DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME DOES NOT SATISFY THE REDISTRIBUTINGEFFECT EQUALLY .Group: Aditya a. Pungavkar.Basudutta Sarkar.Muraly T.V.Amol S. Holey.
Efficiency:
Efficiency is ‘
doing the thing right 
’ –
it defines whether the developments are completed
usingthe least resources, in the shortest time possible and for benefit of the people.
Effectiveness means conducting the right activities and applying the best strategies forcompetitive advantage.
Efficiency vs. equity:
 
Efficiency means that society is getting the most it can from its scarce resources. A moreefficient society can produce more with the same amount of resources. Equity meansthat the resources are distributed fairly among the individuals.
 
When government designs its policies, society is making use of its
resources
and alsothe outcome is
well distributed
among the citizens.
 
It is seen in
Indian context
that in some cases the beurocrats of the society are enjoyingthe benefits and the benefits are not coming to the common people in the same way.
Basics of Indian economic models after independence
 
The basic Indian economy was low input agrarian economy
 
Not capable of yielding much of surplus
 
Way we choose for development was intensification of agriculture, irrigation,industrialisation of large resources like petroleum, coal, hydro-electric power, steel,cement mostly to promote manufacturing sector.
 
Soviet model:
The basic soviet model involves the mocking up the rural or country side areasand setting up the large industries. The model involves the direct intervention of state or nationbut the system involved various flaws Mr Jawaharlal Nehru could realise those and whilefollowing the model in India he allowed the participation of private sector. This decision
didn’t
 worked out because the private sector has basic priciles like more profit in less investment.
 
 
EFFICIENCY EFFECT OF DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME DOES NOT SATISFY THE REDISTRIBUTING EFFECT EQUALLY
 
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