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Fourth five year plan, 1969-1974.

India (Republic). Government Planning Commission.

Fourth five year plan, 1969-1974.

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Published by Government of India .
Written in English


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Pagination452p.
Number of Pages452
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Open LibraryOL20108091M

  Growth During Five Year Plans Plan Target Actual First Plan ( - 56) % % Second P. The Fourth five-year plan was formulated and completed for the period During the Fifth five year plan, another break came in the five-year plans. Although, the Fifth five-year plan was formulated for the period , it had to be terminated a year before its completion (i.e. in the year )/5(13).   4th Five Year Plan:() 1. The 4th five year plan of India also served as a stepping stone for the economic growth of the nation 2. India had to reform and restructure its expenditure agenda, following the attack on India in the year and for the second time in the year India had hardly recuperated when it was struck by drought.


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Fourth Five Year plan() Indira Gandhi was the Prime Minister. Objective India had to reform and restructure its expenditure agenda, following the attack on India in the year and for the second time in the year Due to recession, famine and drought, India did not pay much heed to long term goals.

The need for foreign reserves.