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Planning and Rural Development: Indian Perspectives

Shakuntala Devi (Author)
Synopsis In most of the developing countries, after the collapse of imperialism, the national Governments had embarked on developmental planning both for the urban as well as the rural sectors. The process of planning had fixed priorities for sectoral development in a time framework. In this planning process, education, health and small scale industries, acquired top priorities. The government of India had constituted a planning commission for the planned development of its economy and culture. India has successfully launched ten five year plans so far. This has resulted in the increase of per capita income of rural people, increase in percentage of education and political awareness.
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About the author

Shakuntala Devi

Mrs. Shakuntala Devi is M.A. in Sociology from Banaras Hindi University, Banaras. She has completed her Ph.D. work from University of Rajasthan in Jaipur. Her published works includes 20 research papers published in India and abroad. She has written number of books for research, post-graduate and under-graduate students of different universityes. She is also the member of various professional bodies in India and abroad.

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Bibliographic information

Title Planning and Rural Development: Indian Perspectives
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Sarup & Sons
Language: English
isbn 8176256749
length vii+203p., Tables; Index; 23cm.