Contents: Preface. 1. New strategy of agriculture. 2. Revolution in Indian agriculture. 3. The farms reforms. 4. Agricultural marketing. 5. Public enterprises and industrial development. 6. The M.R.T.P. Act and industrial development. 7. Government controlled business in India. 8. Industry in private sector. 9. Public corporations in India. 10. Social control of private business. Index.
"After independence the Indian leadership embarked upon a programme of national development. Agriculture was naturally the first priority. India has achieved self sufficiency in food and agriculture. This has been possible through planning. In industry also, India is one of the few industrially developed countries of the world. This has given India the status of a regional power. This book highlights these aspects of India’s development and its preeminence in South Asian region." (jacket)