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NAME OF BOOK- INDIAN ECONOMY  BY RAMESH SINGH 
INDIAN ECONOMY(9TH EDITION), Published by McGraw Hill Education (India) Private Limited
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The main content of this book

Economics: the Discipline
A Working Definition
Economics and The Economy
The Focus of Economics
Challenges of the Economies
Distribution Network Models
Organizing an Economy
Role of The State in an Economy
Washington Consensus
Sectors of an Economy
Types of Economies
The Idea of National Income
GDP
NDP
GNP
NNP
Cost and Price of National Income
Taxes & National Income
Subsidies & National Income
Revision in the Base Year and Method of National Income
Accounting
Income Estimates for 2016–17

PLANNING IN INDIA
Introduction
Background
The Visvesvaraya Plan
The FICCI Proposal
The Congress Plan
The Bombay Plan
The Gandhian Plan
The People’s Plan
The Sarvodaya Plan
Some Area-wise Reports
Major Objectives of Planning
Planning Commission
Functions of the PC
An Epitaph to the PC
National Development Council
Central Planning
A. The Five-Year Plans
B. Twenty-Point Programme
C. MPLADS
Multi-Level Planning
First Strata: Centre-Level Planning
Second Strata: State-Level Planning
Third Strata: District-Level Planning
Fourth Strata: Block-Level Planning
Fifth Strata: Local Level Planning
Way to Decentralised Planning
The Planning Commission & The Finance Commission

The Changing Nature and The Role of Planning
1. The Role of the State in Planned Development
2. Agricultural Sector Accepted as the Driving Force of the Economy
3. Governance Recognised the Most Important Factor of Development
4. New Steps for Economic Reforms to be Taken by the State
5. Monitorable Targets of Development for the First Time
6. Differential Development Strategies Adopted
7. Monitoring the Progress of Various Central Ministries
8. The relevance of Planning to Economic Reforms
9. Reforming the Planning Process
Monitorable Targets Set by The Twelfth Plan
Economic Growth
Poverty and Employment
Education
Health
Infrastructure, Including Rural Infrastructure
Environment and Sustainability
Service Delivery
A Critical Evaluation
1. Lack of ‘Perspective’ of Planning
2. Failure in Promoting a Balanced Growth and Development
3. Highly Centralised Nature of Planning
4. Lop-sided Employment Strategy
5. Excessive Emphasis on PSUs
6. Agriculture Overshadowed by the Industry
7. Faulty Industrial Location Policy
8. Wrong Financial Strategy
9. The politicization of the Planning Process

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