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Explain the common goal of five year plan of India?
what is directive and comprehensive planning? and what are the differences btwn them?
give 5 merits and demerits of commercialization of agriculture.[5 merits and 5 demerits]
plz ans. fast as i hv my eco. xam tomorrow!!!!!!!!
what is d difference b/w physical capital formation and human capital formation?
what is called HYV seeds and what is called GDP?
Distinguish between equal and equitable distribution of income. Which one is more important and why?
where is the chapter 4- Strategy of industrial growth of economics Q/A given?
What is sectoral composition of an economy? Is it necessary that the service sector should contribute maximum to GDP of an economy? Comment.
what is permit licence raj
bad impact and good impact of inward looking trade policy
Explain the need and type of land reforms implemented in the agriculture sector.
Why was public sector given a leading role in industrial development during the planning period?
What is Green Revolution? Why was it implemented and how did it benefit the farmers? Explain in brief.
Why did India opt for planning?
What are miracle seeds?
what is karve committee?
state 3 arguments in favour of economic reforms in india.
how was the licensing policy missused by industrial houses?
what is the impact of 5 year plan on india?
why was the year 1921 called as the year of great divide in the histoy of population growth in india?
what are the merits and demerits of subsidy
Explain ‘growth with equity’ as a planning objective.
Some economists argue that farmers in other countries particularly in developed countries are provided with high amount of subsidies and are encouraged to export their production in other countries. Do you think our will be able to compete with farmers from developed countries ?
What is marketable surplus?
what are the merits and demerits of capitalist economy
Ques. discuss briefly the long term objective of indian planning?
Discuss the main problems of indian agriculture.
Does modernisation as a planning objective create contradiction in the light of employment generation? Explain.
explain the objectives of IPR 1956 ??
What is green revolution?When was it started?What are the advantages and disadvantages of green revolution?
who prepared the blueprint of strategy of indian plans and when?
URGENT: Give 4 advantages of Green Revolution?
what are the measures taken by IPR-1956 for promoting regional equality in India?
what is visiuious circle of poyerty
In the chapter Indian economy 1950-1990 , I have a doubt in the NCERT answer provided by meritnation of question 9. "Does modernisation....." ,the answer given is "both modernisation and employment generation are not contradictory but are complementary to each other." , but modernisation involves the adoption of new technology which is capital intensive and not labour intensive , so as compared with the traditional industries which are labour intensive they provide less employment opportunities ? So what would the the right justification of the question ?
Why and how was private sector regulated under the IPR 1956?
what is free play of market forces???
what are the limitations of green revolution?
what are land reforms and its measures
While subsidies encourage farmers to use new technology, they are a huge burden on government finances. Discuss the usefulness of subsidies in the light of this fact.
To what extent have the plans succeeded in accelerating the growth rate of Indian economy?
why did india opted mixed economy?
State three arguments in favour and against the subsidies
meaning of land reform?
what are the features of industrial policy resolution act , 1956 ? explain.
what is meaning of 'the debate over subsidies' ?
What was the basic aim for abolition of intermediaries?
How do import substitution develop domestic market in our country?
Can u pls tell me important questions of
Features, Problems and Policies of Agriculture
explain the main objective of 11 five year plan?
Explain the volume of India's foreign trade after independence.long answer
Small scale industries promote rural development. explain.
if market value of goods purchased has fallen down, the stock will be shown at cost price in the books, but if the market value has gone up, the fain is not to be recorded until the stock is sold. i don't get it. please elaborate
Express your thought process on the concentration of economic power relating to industrial wealth?
explain the objective of social and economic justice as adopted in indian planning
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