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Analysis Of Jawaharlal Nehru's Tenure As PM: Lesson 1
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In this lesson, I have explained and analysed the tenure of PM Jawaharlal Nehru.

Ankit Singh Rathore
LL.B from 'Campus Law Centre', Delhi University. Legal Intern at High Court, Delhi

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thanku sir .....sir ye question iitjee ke liye hi n ham neet wale ye question kre
Please Don't Paint Kashmir As Disputed Third Country In Your Map. Kashmir Is An Integral Part Of India & A Direct & Clear Indication Of It In The Form Of Resolution, Is Passed In Our Parilament Regarding This. If It's Possible, Please Change It With Original Map Of India Even For The Purpose Of Learning & Understanding.
yeah, my mistake.
  1. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru

  2. Course Proposed flow Prine Ministers Built the India of Today MAGYAR POSTA

  3. Ankit Singh Rathore Graduate (H) in Political Science Delhi University Major in International Law S LA Law from Campus Law Centre', North Campus, Delhi University Major in IPC, CrPC and Constitutional Law Fond of following Politics, Indian History and Culture Loves to Debate on various topics Legal Intern at High Court, New Delhi

  4. The Country that Nehru Received Kashmir (dis puted) West Pakista Post partition India Refugee & Rehabilitation Problems Dire need of infrastructure Dwindling economy India Burma East Pakistan Ceylon-.

  5. Economic Policies Import Substitution Industrialisation Advocated Mixed Economy Primary investments in steel, iron, coal & power Subsidies & Protectionist policies

  6. Agriculture Policies Rapid Industrialisation Agrarian Reforms Abolition of Giant Landholdings Land Redistribution Failed Attempt

  7. Social Policies O TECHN Establishment of AIMS, IITs, IIMs and NITs Free & Compulsory Primary Education Provision of free food & milk in Govt. Schools Criminalized caste discrimination Policy of Reservation for SCs &STs Special Marriage Act, 1954 fear

  8. Foreign Relations Nehru promised a referendum in Kashmir in 1948. Since Pakistan US and the Soviet Union competed for India's alliance during the cold war period. India responded with policy of Non-Alignment declined to pull back its troops as per UN resolution the referendum was refused in 1953. Panchsheel Agreement was signed with China for peaceful resolution of Tibet & Aksai Chin conflicts. Disregard of Agreement in 1960s led to Sino-India War of 1962 Maintained good relations with the British Empire by agreeing to join the Commonwealth of nations

  9. Defence Initiatives Establishment of National Defence Academy Atomic Energy Commission of India SPLE Entrusting Dr. Bhabha for all nuclear campaigns

  10. Tenure Analysis Land Redistribution failed Economic Policies Agriculture Policies Social Policies Non-Alignment Movement Panchsheel Agreement Nuclear Initiatives attempt Underestimation of China/Excessive reliance on Panchsheel Agreement Short-sightedness in Defense Resource building The Kashmir Issue Indecisive Inclination to Mountbatten Excessive reliance on UN