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Planning Rural Full Employment-A Case for Working Capital Subsidy

Planning Rural Full Employment A Case for Working Capital Subsidy Ranjit Sau THE Seventh Plan has reiterated the objective of full employment, which is being sought to be achieved within the span of fifteen years. This is not the first time that such a sentiment has been expressed. In the late fifties it was felt that India could get rid of unemployment within a decade. Since then the Planning Commission has been busy in the formulation of employment-oriented plans. In 1978 the removal of unemployment and severe underemployment within ten years was set as one of the principal objective of planning.

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