proposing the first blueprint of Indian planning
ex-Dewan of the Mysore state, M. Visvesvaraya
The FICCI Proposal
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry
Voicing the views of the capitalist class
The Congress Plan
opposed to commit the party to centralised state planning
Ministers of Industries of the Congress-ruled States where M. Visvesvaraya, J.R.D. Tata, G.D. Birla and Lala Sri Ram and many others including academicians, technocrats, provincial civil servants, trade unionists, socialists and communists, etc., were also invited.
'A Plan of Economic Development for India
prepared by a cross-section of India's leading capitalists
Sriman Narayan Agarwal formulated The Gandhian Plan in 1944
laid more emphasis on agriculture.
promoting cottage and village-level industries,
decentralised economic structure
restrict and eliminate modern industrialism
The People's Plan
radical humanist leader M.N. Roy, C
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