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Trick to Remember Five Year Plan India - Kerala PSC GK

Trick to Remember Five Year Plan India

In this post we are going to share a Trick to remember main aim of India's Five Year Plan , it is very easy just follow the steps below and I hope this will really help you in your upcoming Competitive Exams. 

1. First Five Year Plan (1951 -56)

SHORTCUT: ThePICS

T - Transport
P - POWER
I - INDUSTRY
C - Communication
S - SOCIAL SERVICE

2. Second five year plan (1956 -61)

SHORTCUT : MADRAS

M - Mahalanobis Model
A - Atomic Energy Commission
D - Durgapur steel company, Tata Inst of Fundamental Research
R - Rourkela Steel Company, Rapid Industrialisation
A - Agriculture
S - Socialistic Pattern of Society

3. Third five year plan (1961-66)

SHORTCUT : SAD

S - Self Reliance
A - Agriculture
D - Development of Industry

5. Fifth five year plan (1974-79)

SHORTCUT : POSTMAN

P - Poverty Eradication
S - Self reliance
T - Twenty Point Programme
M - Minimum Need Programme

6. Sixth five year Plan (1980-85)

SHORTCUT : MAIL

M - Management
A - Agriculture production
I - Industry production
L - Local Development Schemes

7. Seventh Five year plan (1985-90)

SHORTCUT : EFGH (the alphabets)

E - Employment generation
F - Foodgrain production was doubled
G - Jawahar Rozgar Yojana (1989)
H - Hindu rate of Growth

8. Eighth Five year plan (1992-97)

SHORTCUT : LPG

L - Liberalisation
P - Privatisation
G - Globalisation

9. Ninth five year plan (1997-2002)

SHORTCUT : ESPN

E - Employment for Women, SC's and ST's
S - Seven Basic minimum service
P - Panchayat Raj Institutions, Primary Education, Public Distribution System
N - Nutrition Security

11. Eleventh five year plan (2007 -2012)

SHORTCUT : TEACHERS

T - Telicomunicatons (2G)
E - Electricity, Environment Science
A - Anemia
C - Clean water
H - Health education
E - Environment Science
R - Rapid growth
S - Skill Development

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