Five-Year Plans of India (Start - End Year)

Five-Year Plans (FYPs) are comman and integrated national economic programs. India launched its First FYP in 1951, immediately after independence under Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.

The First Five-Year Plan was one of the very important because it had a great role in the launching of Indian development after the Independence. Thus, it not only supported agriculture production and it also launched the industrialization of the country. It built a system of mixed economy, with a great role for the public sector and private sector.

No.

Plan Start - End Year

1

First Plan 1951 - 1956

2

Second Plan 1956 - 1961

3

Third Plan 1961 - 1966

4

Fourth Plan 1969 - 1974

5

Fifth Plan 1974 - 1979

6

Rolliing Plan 1978 - 1980

7

Sixth Plan 1980 - 1985

8

Seventh Plan 1985 - 1990

9

Annual Plan 1990 - 1992

10

Eighth Plan 1992 - 1997

11

Ninth Plan 1997 - 2002

12

Tenth Plan 2002 - 2007

13

Eleventh Plan 2007 - 2012

14

Twelfth Plan 2012 - 2017

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Created At: 16 July, 2014

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what is the rolling plan?
Posted By: hema bnkhede,
21 July, 2014

The Janata Party government rejected the Fifth Five-Year Plan and introduced a new Sixth Five-Year Plan (1978 - 1983). But this plan was again rejected by the Indian National Congress government in 1980 and a new Sixth Plan was made(1980 - 1985).
Posted By: Admin,
21 July, 2014

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