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Utilisation of industrial capacity in India, 1967-68

Raghunath K. Koti

Utilisation of industrial capacity in India, 1967-68

by Raghunath K. Koti

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Published by Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics in Poona .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Industrial capacity -- India,
    • Industries -- India

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statement[by] Raghunath K. Koti.
      SeriesGokhale Institute mimeograph series, no. 9
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD69.C3 K68
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 124 p.
      Number of Pages124
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4392315M
      LC Control Number78920501

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Koti, Raghunath K. Utilisation of industrial capacity in India, Poona, Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics []. Journal of Development Economics 23 () North-Holland INDUSTRIAL GROWTH IN INDIA Performance and Prospects Isher Judge AHLUWALIA* Centre for Policy Research, New DelhiIndia Received Octoberfinal version received August The objective of this paper is to analyse the trends in industrial growth since the mid-fifties and examine the factors that contributed to Cited by: The Fourth Five Year Plan was deferred and Annual plans were adopted for a period of three years ().

Not much headway was made due to resource crunch. 1967-68 book index of industrial production increased only by per cent and per cent in and respectively. Aspects of Academic Thinking in India on Employment and Related Policies. Authors; Authors and affiliations; R. (), Utilisation of Industrial Capacity in India –68 Gokhale Institute Series No.

9, Poona (), ‘Explorations in Making Programme of Full Capacity Utilisation’ in Economic Analysis in Input-Output Framework Author: P. Brahmananda. Therefore, Government adopted partial decontrol policy i.e. mills could sell 35% sugar in free market enabling mills to pay more than SMP (like khandsari & gur) but the same was administered by states called SAP.

Thus sugar production went up from Mn. T in to Mn. T in to Mn. T in The Plant capacity was expanded to tpa inby modification of PM-2 and addition of a third Paper Machine (PM-3). The cost of the expansion scheme, at Rs 34 Millions, was part financed by All India Financial Institutions (Rs 31 Millions).

the capacity utilisation in the mill sec-tor since Table 2 shows that t[he capacity utilisation of spindles and looms declin-ed gradually. It is, however, unexpect-ed that in India the unutilised capacity in the mill sector should increase in this way instead of registering a steady, continuous, and overall growth in industrial productivity.

The manufacturing of extruded products started long back. But, the industry expanded rapidly during last two decades. In There only 3 units engaged in manufacturing aluminum extruded products but till the number has reached 12 with total installed capac MT.

The growth in labour productivity in manufacturing between and of per cent per annum was more than wholly accounted for by the process of capital deepening of per cent per annum. The author concludes that industrial stagnation in India reflects the cumulative impact of the growing inefficiencies in factor use over time.

It started in India in year In the year, itself, foodgrain production increased by nearly 25%. So, much increase in foodgrain production in a country which earlier used to import foodgrains. Industry Industry provides employment in agriculture; it promotes modernisation and overall prosperity.

Importance of industry are as follows. Mr. Morarji Desai, the Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister of India, delivered his budget speech while presenting the Union Budget of India, also called the Indian General Budget, for the Financial Year on Thursday, in New Delhi.

to and observed that export supply is positively affected by relative price and capacity utilisation. He found that for manufacturing exports, price factors such as the Another important study was by Aksoy and Tang (). They analysed India’s trade and industrial performance for the period They constructed File Size: KB.

BOOK REVIEWS absence of work ethic, and limitation of domestic demand for industrial goods. The growth rate in agriculture during the period to was per cent while between andit was per cent. Thus, even the Green Revolution did not lead to any acceleration in the overall growth rate.

For instance, in India, Dandekar and Rath found that 40 per cent of rural population in India lived below the poverty line in Using somewhat different approach, B.S. Minhas estimated that 37 per cent of rural population in India lived below the poverty line in signed before would have become obsolete bythe first year of the study period.

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Location: Crawley, West Sussex. Business cycle measurement in India. 10 shows that the capacity utilisation rates ha ve seen a decline since   The paper suggests that industrial policy and planned economic development did not come to an end with the deregulation of India’s traditional investment regime in the s and s.

Industrial policy has continued in a different form during the period, facing an agenda of new issues and an updating of older ones. The conundrum, of course, lay in transposing an organically grown economic system from an industrial economy like England to a colonial, de-industrialised economy like : Sanjeev Ahluwalia.

Private Industrial Investment in Pakistan: Rashid Amjad This book examines the behaviour of private industrial investment in Pakistan in the s, in the first half of which it rose at an unprecedented rate, followed by sharp decline, and then stagnation for the rest of the period.

Two periods of “disagreement” between the series are –68 and – In the first case, the Artus measure indicates increasing slack, while the others are registering increased utilization.

The opposite occurs in the period –74 when the Artus measure indicates increasing utilization and the other two register growing slack.Induced innovation and agricultural development Vernon W.

Ruttan Dr Ruttan reviews the five general models in the literature on agricultural development: the frontier, conservation, urban- industrial impact, diffusion and high pay-off input models, and finds them lacking. Country /66 /67 /68 /69 /70 /71 /72 Cited by: PETITIONER: PREMIER AUTOMOBILES LTD.

& ANR. ETC. Vs. RESPONDENT: UNION OF INDIA DATE OF JUDGMENT24/11/ BENCH: GROVER, A.N. BENCH: GROVER, A.N. HEGDE, K.S. KHANNA, HANS RAJ CITATION: AIR SCR (2) CITATOR INFO: E SC (34,38,41) E&D SC (63,64) RF SC (14) RF SC (34,65,69) RF .