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First Five year Plan:
Second Five Year Plan:
Third Five Year Plan:
Annual Plans: (1966-1969):
Fourth Five Year Plan:
Fifth Five Year Plan:
Sixth Five Year Plan:
Seventh Five Year Plan:
Eighth Five Year Plan:
Ninth Five year Plan:
Eleventh Five Year Plan:
Need for Land Reforms:
Salient Features of Land Reforms:
1) Intensive Agriculture District Programme (IADP): This is started by
2) Intensive Agriculture Area Programme (IAAP): this programme
3) High Yielding Variety Programme (HYVP): It was started by central
4) Introduction of Crops with Short Gestation Period: ICAR and
Kisan Credit Card system (KCC)
Agricultural Prices Commission (APC):
MSP for 2007-08:
1948 Industrial Resolution Policy:
1956 Industrial Resolution Policy:
FDI (Foreign Direct Investment)
FII or Port Polio Investment:
Public Sector Enterprises:
Objective of Trade Policy:
Main Features of New trade policy (1991):
Physical Features of India:
Indian Economy Before independence:
Land Systems During British Period
(a) Marshal Formula = M=Ky
(b) A.C. Pigou Formula:
Tobin’s model of portfolio Balance (Asset Choice):
Control of Inflation in India:
Functions of RBI:
II. Development Functions:
I. Quantitative Credit Controls:
Diagram of Commercial banks in India:
II. Subsidiary Functions:
Reforms in Banking Sector:
Banking Ombudsman Scheme:
Principle of Maximum Social Advantages:
Finance Committees Chairman’s:
Determinants of Growth or Development
I. Traditional Society:
IV. Maturity stage or Drive to maturity: (PARIPAKVA DASHA)
V. High Mass consumption stage: (SAMUHIKA VINIYOGA DASHA)
6. Critical Minimum Effort:
7. Social Marginal Productivity investment theory:
10. Goutham Mathur Model:
11. Karl Marks Surplus Value theory:
12. Adam Smith growth model:
13. Innovations theory:
14. Gunnar Myrdal growth theory:
15. Big push Theory of growth:
16. Balanced growth theory:
17. Unbalanced growth theory:
Growth – Distribution or Welfare
Amartya Sen’s Measure of Welfare:
Malthusian Theory of Population:
Theory of Optimum Population:
Theory of Demographic Transition:
Growth and Foreign Trade and Foreign Aid:
Importance of Foreign Trade:
Importance of foreign aid:
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