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In which five-year plan the slogan Garibi Hatao was given?

In which five-year plan the slogan Garibi Hatao was given?

The programs created through garibi hatao, though carried out locally, were funded, developed, supervised, and staffed by Government officials in New Delhi and Congress Party officials. It was part of the 5th Five-Year Plan.

What is the slogan of Fifth Five-Year Plan?

‘Garibi Hatao’ was the slogan given by Indira Gandhi at the time of the fifth five-year plan. It was given for the objective of the poverty aviation and employment creation for a better life. The commitment to Poverty alleviation was followed by the formulation of a 20 point program by Indira Gandhi.

Which plan is known as Gadgil plan?

Notes: The third Five-year plan was made for the duration of 1961 to 1966. This plan is called ‘Gadgil Yojna’ also.

When was the first plan holiday declared?

Plan Holidays (1966–1969) Due to miserable failure of the Third Plan the government was forced to declare “plan holidays” (from 1966 to 1967, 1967–68, and 1968–69).

Which is the most successful five-year plan?

The Sixth Five-Year Plan was a great success to the Indian economy. The target growth rate was 5.2% and the actual growth rate was 5.7%.

Were Stalin’s 5 year plans successful?

In China, the first Five-Year Plan (1953–57) stressed rapid industrial development, with Soviet assistance; it proved highly successful.

Who is the father of rolling plan?

The rolling plan was introduced by the Janata party which formed a government led by Moraarji Desai.

What is a rolling plan Mcq?

1) does not change its targets every year. 2) change its allocations every year. 3) Changes its allocations and targets every year. 4) changes only its targets every year.

Why did Stalin’s 5 year plans fail?

Failures of the first five-year plan Quotas expecting to reach 235.9 percent output and labor to increase by 110 percent were unrealistic in the time frame they allotted for. The goals for the plans were not set and those that were, were constantly changed. Each time one quota was met, it was revised and made larger.

Who is called the father of Indian planning?

Father of Indian Economic Planning is Sir M. Vishweshwaraiah. Sir M Visvesvaraya, popularly known as Sir MV, was an engineer, statesman, and a scholar.