1. First five year plan ( 1951 - 1956 )

 

  • Presented by PM Nehru in 1951.
  • Harrod Domar Model.
  • Focus on agricultural development.
  • K N Raj (malayali) is the architect of preface.
  • Community Development Programme in 1952.
  • Family Planning in 1952
  • UGC in 1953.
  • Bhakra Nangal , Hirakud , Damodar
  • AIIMS , Delhi
  • Target Growth - 2.1 % 
  • Actual Growth - 3.6 %



  1. Second five year plan ( 1956 - 1961 )

 

  • Mahalanobis model
  • Focus industrial Development
  • Durgapur - West Bengal - Britain
  • Bhilai - Chhattisgarh - Russia
  • Rourkela - Odisha - Germany
  • Socialist Pattern of Society 1955 Avadi session
  • Aim - reduce unemployment , increase national income
  • Target Growth: 4.5%
  • Actual Growth: 4.2%

 

  1. Third five year plan ( 1961 - 1966 )

 

  • Agriculture and Industry
  • Primary school started in rural areas
  • Main goal - establish of self reliance and self generating economy.
  • Total failure due to wars
  • National Dairy Development Board 1965
  • Green revolution.
  • Target Growth: 5.6%
  • Actual Growth: 2.8%

 

Plan holiday(1966-1969 )

 

  1. Forth five year plan ( 1969 - 1974 )

 

  • Gadgil model
  • Growth with Stability
  • Progressive achievement of  self reliance
  • Nationalised 14 banks in 1969
  • Pokhran test in 1974
  • Target Growth: 5.7%
  • Actual Growth: 3.3 %

 

  1. Fifth Five Year plan (1974- 1979)

 

  • Prepared by DD Dhar
  • Aim bring inflation under control
  • Aim achieve Stability in economic Situation
  • Aim removal of property and achievement of self reliance
  • Garibi Hatao
  • 20 points programme
  • Command area development Programme
  • Terminated in 1978
  • Target Growth: 4.4%
  • Actual Growth: 4.8 %

 

Rolling Plan ( 1978- 1980)

 

  1. Sixth five year plan ( 1980-1985)

 

  • Beginning of economic liberalisation
  • Aim unemployment and poverty eradication
  • IRDP, NREP, RLEGP, TRYSEM, DWCRA IN 1882
  • Ration shop were closed
  • Price and cost of living increased
  • Great Success
  • Target Growth: 5.2%
  • Actual Growth: 5.7%

 

  1. Seventh five year plan( 1985 - 1990)

 

  • Rapid industrial growth through IT
  • Private sector was given importance
  • Stress on production of food grains
  • Generating employment opportunities
  • Success
  • Target Growth: 5 %
  • Actual Growth: 6 %

 

Annual Plans (1990-1992)

 

  1. Eight five year plan( 1992- 1997)

 

  • Rao Manmohan Model
  • In this plan Narasimha Rao Govt. launched New Economic Policy of India
  • Modernisation of industries
  • Aim Human Development
  • New economic policy
  • Became member of WTO
  • PMRY
  • Target Growth: 5.6%
  • Actual Growth: 6.8%

 

  1. Ninth Five year plan ( 1997-2002)

 

  • It was launched in the 50th year of independence of India.
  • Focus agriculture and rural development
  • Focus Growth with social Justice and Equality
  • Women empowerment
  • Special action Plans
  • SGRY , PMGSY, Kudumbasree
  • Operation Shakti
  • POTA 2001 march 28
  • Target Growth: 6.5%
  • Actual Growth: 5.4%

 

  1. Tenth five year plan(2002-2007)

 

  • Aims to reduce the poverty ratio 15% by 2012.
  • Aims to double the per capita income of India in the next 10 years.
  • SSA
  • NRHM, Bharat Nirman, JNNURM
  • Reduction of gender gap in literacy and wages.
  • Target Growth: 8%
  • Actual Growth: 7.2%

 

  1. Eleventh five year plan ( 2007- 2012)

 

  • Main theme is Faster, More Inclusive Growth
  • Prepared by the C. Rangarajan
  • Aadhar project
  • RGGVY , Rastriya vikas yocha
  • Target Growth : 8.1%
  • Actual Growth : 7.9%

 

  1. Twelfth five year plan (2012-2017)

 

  • Main theme is Faster, More Inclusive and Sustainable Growth
  • Bring down poverty rate by 10 percentage
  • Seek 4 percent agricultural sector growth
  • Target Growth: 9%
  • Now reversed to : 8%