Q. 23.7( 3 Votes )
Which of the following ideas did not form part of the early phase of India’s development policy?
(c) Cooperative Farming
(d) Self sufficiency
The correct answer is B. Liberalisation
India development policy was based on principle of mixed economy where both private and public played a major role.
Five year plan was set up for planning the economy for the rest five years.
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