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In this lesson, we take an overview of the chapter and the relevance of the Planning Commission in our country

Lavanya Kapoor
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  1. Politics of Planned development


  2. ABOUT ME &Lavanya Kapoor Pursuing Bachelors of Elementary Education from LSR, Delhi University Love to talk to people and know more about them IN PERSON *Have a passion for teaching &Currently quite averse to social media Follow me on Unacademy https://unacademy.com/user/lavanya13.100


  3. What is this course about?


  4. After the independence of our country elections were not the only important decision to make The country had to decide its path of development It could not leave it to the Elected Government to carve their own path of developmen The Government had to be given certain guidelines and paths so that it could make the policies which the country needed


  5. In this respect, the Planning Commission was set up in the year 1950 The planning commission played a huge role in making the country self-dependent We finally had to take the onus of our own development, and we had to plan for the same


  6. Why do we need planning? Some people doubt the relevance of planning They also say th planning is an unnecessary, wasted effort, which takes up time and money ey argue that Governance does not require long tern vision, but merely short-term smart decisions


  7. However, there was another group, which constituted the majority of the country It said that India needed a defined path of development, for which planning was crucial All of our freedom fighters and policymakers were of this view


  8. Who can watch this course? CBSE Class 12th students UPSC Aspirants Anyone else having interest in the Planning commission and its role in the Indian History


  9. Thank You!