Subject-Matter of Eleventh Five Year Plan 2. The percentage of the population below the poverty line is declining, but only at a modest pace. The industrial growth rate in the Tenth Plan was 8. Fostering the momentum of growth continues to be a top priority. Accordingly, the Commission is of the view that a Central part of the vision of the Eleventh Plan must be to extend access to essential public services such as health, education, clean drinking water, sanitation among others, which are again currently denied to large parts of the population of our country. The main disadvantage of this plan was that if the targets were revised each year, it became difficult to achieve the targets laid down in the five-year period and it turned out to be a complex plan. Punjab began producing an abundance of wheat.
The growth of the economy has accelerated compared with the Ninth Plan and our macroeconomic fundamentals are sound at this moment. The divide between urban and rural India has become a truism of our times. Many were started in rural areas. Thus the Commission is of the view that the plan would try to make growth more inclusive so as to reach the benefits of the ongoing economic reforms to neglected sections of the society especially in rural areas. Moreover, the attempt for attaining flexibility in labour laws as mentioned in the Approach Paper of the Plan on the ground of introducing the policy of hire and fire and to encourage the employers of the organised sector for expanding employment is also questioned for its applicability. The Ninth Five-Year Plan placed considerable importance on combining growth oriented policies with the mission of achieving the desired objective of improving policies which would work towards the improvement of the poor in the country.
How can we improve healthcare conditions, both curative and preventive, especially relating to women and children? Meanwhile, India became a member of the on 1 January 1995. Article shared by : In this article we will discuss about the Eleventh Five Year Plan in India. It is prepared and launched by D. Indian Economy: Problems of development and planning. The Eleventh Plan envisages provision of safe drinking water to all rural habitations.
This is below the Tenth Plan target of 8 per cent but it is the highest growth rate achieved in any plan period. The plan attempted to determine the optimal allocation of investment between productive sectors in order to maximise long-run economic growth. The second issue is related to the nature of this high growth in terms of inclusiveness. The major objectives included, controlling population growth, poverty reduction, employment generation, strengthening the infrastructure, institutional building, tourism management, human resource development, involvement of , , , decentralisation and people's participation. Under the present circumstances, poverty line concept needs to be redefined in terms of meeting basic needs. The status of the 12th Plan is in question due to the dissolution of the Planning Commission.
It is to be mentioned that the government has already drawn an extensive plan to improve primary, secondary and higher education which includes technological and management institutions. The approached paper for the 12th Plan, approved last year, talked about an annual average of 9 per cent. Plan number two kept changing as per the requirements of the. The First Five-Year Plan was one of the most important, because it had a great role in the launching of Indian development after Independence. Totally Democratic: The first and foremost important feature of Indian planning is that it is totally democratic.
Eleventh Plan has allocated 15. Bhutan expressed appreciation to GoI for its support for the 11th Plan. Accordingly, the goal of attaining inclusive growth can be achieved only through effective government intervention in the areas of education, health and support to the needy, through proper designing and monitoring of the programme. The Eighth Plan was finally formulated for the period 1992—1997. The growth component of its strategy is therefore important for two reasons: it will contribute directly by raising income levels and employment for the population in general and it will also help to finance programmes that are necessary to ensure that growth is more broad based and inclusive.
We can do this by aiming at doubling the real income of the average Indian is less than ten years time and also committing ourselves to reducing poverty to less than 10 per cent in the same period. The Electricity Supply Act was amended in 1975, which enabled the central government to enter into power generation and transmission. Draft Plan Document of the Eleventh Plan : On November 8, 2007, the Planning Commission under the Chairmanship of Prime Minister Dr. Thus unless we take up these aforesaid issues seriously and develop a strategy to reform and speed up the growth process of agriculture and infrastructure sectors, the realisation of target of attaining faster, broad based and more inclusive growth will be somewhat difficult. The Commission also pointed out that large investments in infrastructure, irrigation, education and healthcare would require an increase in budgetary resources for the plan from an average of 7.
This seems to be a timely approach. How Inclusive is the Eleventh Five Year Plan? Our economy is now much more integrated with the world economy and has benefitted from this integration. In the longer run we have another important potential strength arising from our demographic trends. Another important benefit derived from global integration is the increased flow of foreign direct investment. I think given that the deteriorated very sharply over the last year.
Five Year Plans in India Five Year Plans: 1st to 11th Plans Ever since the independence in India, developmental plans for a period of five years are being developed by the Planning Commission with the inputs received from the states all such plans from the very first to the the most recent one Eleventh Plan: 2007-12. The Eleventh Plan provides an opportunity to restructure policies to achieve a new vision of growth that will be much more broad based and inclusive, bringing about a faster reduction in poverty and helping bridge the divides that are currently the focus of so much attention. The most critical short term barriers to growth of the manufacturing sector are absence of world-class infrastructure and shortage of skilled manpower. Issues and Priorities of the Eleventh Plan : Finalization of issues and priorities is considered as an important part of formulation of plan. However, the achieving 9 per cent growth rate depends strictly upon the performance of the agricultural sector and infrastructure sector. Foreign Secretary Sonam Tshong led the Bhutanese delegation, while Vijay Gokhale, Secretary Economic Relations, led the Indian delegation.