People's Plan II: A Plan for India's Economic Development, Being the Report of the Committee for Economic Planning Set Up by the Indian Renaissance Institute
Minerva Associates (Publications), 1977 - India - 104 pages
Proposed economic policy for India; a sequel to the 1944 plan inspired by the radical humanist philosopher Manabendra Nath Roy, 1893-1954.
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The Strategy and Programmes
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achieve activities adequate administration agricultural approach average balance basic basis capital capital formation cent Chapter concerned considerable construction consumption created declined demand direct distribution economic economic development effective emphasis employment estimates expansion expenditure figures Finally Five Year Plan foreign given gross domestic product growth growth rates housing implementation important improvement income increase incremental Indian indicate industries intensive investment involve labour land marketing measures ment methods millions necessary needs objectives official opportunities organisations outlays output participation pattern People's Plan performance period perspective phase poor population possible poverty primary needs priorities problem programmes progress projects public sector rapid ratio reasonable reform relation relatively respect result rise rural savings Secondly share small industry social Source strategy supplies Table tion trade transport units wage welfare workers