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1) What were the major differences in the approach towards development at the time of independence? Has the debate been resolved?
2) Which two models of modern development were present before India at the time of independence? Which model did India adopt?
3) What is the meaning of mixed economy?
4) What kind of consensus about development emerged in India?
5) Which world developments influenced India’s idea of planning?
6) What was Bombay Plan? Who framed it? When?
7) Who is the chairman of Planning Commission?
8) How are Five Year Plans prepared? What is their advantage?
9) How did the idea of Planning Commission evolve?
10) What was the time duration of the first Five Year Plan? Who was its chief architect?
11) What was the major thrust of the first Five Year plan? In which ways did the second plan differ from the first one?
12) When were the Second and the Third Five Year plans initiated?
13) Why was the Third Five Year plan criticized?
14) State the main arguments in the debate that ensued between industrialization and agricultural development at the time of the Second Five Year plan?
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