3 edition of second Five year plan, 1980-85. found in the catalog.
second Five year plan, 1980-85.
Bangladesh. ParikalpanaМ„ KamisМЃana.
1980 by Planning Commission, Govt. of the People"s Republic of Bangladesh in Dacca .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HC440.8 .B35 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ca. 900 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||900|
|LC Control Number||80903021|
These were 1 Second Five year plan 2 Architectural education 3 medical science 4 Logic and 5 Spiritual education. Moreover, National Education Policy Implementation Committee published a report on primary education inwhere emphasises were on 8 years of primary education. The construction of dams continued. It also focused on transport, communications, foreign trade and industrial and agricultural development. Besides, reading, writing and general accountancy were taught. The main advantage of the rolling plans was that they were flexible and were able to overcome the rigidity of fixed Five-Year Plans by mending targets, the object of the exercise, projections and allocations as per the changing conditions in the country's economy.
However, this plan also failed totally in achieving its targets. There will be no Thirteenth Five-Year Plan. InEast Bengal government submitted a proposal for enhancing the primary education and according to this proposition, full-free primary education was being spread by dividing the four classes of primary education into two. Education was dedicated to know about the spirit of ancient people and the rule of the birth and death of the universe.
Transportation and communications received top priority with over 36 percent of the budget allocations. The first book 1980-85. book named Shidhdhirasttya containing 49 alphabets those were arranged from to syllables. The thrust areas of the Seventh Five-Year Plan were: social justice, removal of oppression of the weak, using modern technology, agricultural development, anti-poverty programmes, full supply of food, clothing, and shelter, increasing productivity of small- and large-scale farmers, and making India an independent economy. Second Plan — [ edit ] The Second Plan focused on the development of the public sector and "rapid Industrialisation". There is also Ebtedayi Madrasa or high Madrasa adjoin Ebtedayi Madrasa equivalent to general primary school.
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Energy was given priority with Between andthere were only Annual Second Five year plan. The target for annual growth second Five year plan of GDP is 7 per cent of which 1980-85. book. The growth rate was also more or less what the previous plans aimed at.
Second five year plan 3. New implementation measures in the form of Special Action Plans SAPs were evolved during the Ninth Plan to fulfill targets within the stipulated time with adequate resources. Sena dynasty c took over power after Pala dynasty.
In agriculture, the top priority is to be given to irrigation. Now to days work for all is provided. Plan, schedule and make preparation.
Separation: Retirement Employee Benefit. Agriculture remained the top priority; increased social services were second. Strategies Structural transformations and developments in the Indian economy.
The era began at BC. A new division naming Primary and Mass Education Division PMED was formed in August to strengthen the structure of primary education, ensuring education for all and removing illiteracy. William M. The Eighth Five Year Plan which was to be started in was actually enforced from April The growth target of 5.
Planning Commission is a statutory body. The plan helped to achieve an annual growth rate of 5. It was initiated in But in course of time this discrimination was abolished. Annual Plans — [ edit ] The Eighth Plan could not take off in due to the fast changing economic situation at the centre and the years —91 and —92 were treated as Annual Plans.
Besides sufi- darbish or pir-fakir who came to Bengal for preaching Islam also established khankah, maktabs and madrasas in different places in the country.The Twelfth Five-Year Plan of the Government of India has been decided to achieve a growth rate of % but the National Development Council (NDC) on 27 December approved a growth rate of 8% for the Twelfth Plan.
With the deteriorating global situation, the Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission Montek Singh Ahluwalia has said that achieving an average growth rate of 9 percent in. in during the first five year plan period.
Important multipurpose projects in India like Bhakranangal, Hirakud and Damodar Valley Projects were also launched during this plan period. The first five year-plan was a successful one. The Second Plan () It gave priority to industrial development. May 19, · A First Five Year Plan – – B Third Five Year Plan – C Sixth Five Year Plan – D 12th Five Year Plan – E None of the above / More than one of the above.
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A Poverty Control Program. B Social Security Plan. C Bank. D population control program. E None of the above / More than one of.They are highly important in themselves for production and for employment." The 1980-85.
book of the Second Five Year Plan stated: "The strategy requires all-out efforts second Five year plan the maximum utilization of capacity in existing industries and for the development of additional production in the capital light small sector of industries.9.
Government of Bangladesh: The two year Plan () Dhaka, Planning Commission, Ministry of planning. Government of Bangladesh: The second five year plan (), Dhaka, Planning Commission, Ministry of planning.
Government of Bangladesh: The Third Five Year Plan (), Dhaka, Planning Commission, Ministry of planning. 30 September, Current Affairs - The Ebook, PIB Click>> ebook SECOND FIVE YEAR PLAN () () The draft of the Sixth Five Year Plan () was presented in However, the plan was terminated with the change of Government in January The new Sixth Five Year Plan was implemented in April