Ask for Funding If part of the purpose of your five-year business plan is to solicit funding, be specific in. It was these major changes which would result in adverse effects upon the current nation of Kazakhstan. Fourth, to cultivate talents, strengthen scientific research and development to fulfill the needs of socialist economic and cultural development; Fifth, riding on the basic industrial and agricultural development, to strengthen national defense and improve people's living standards and cultural awareness. Moreover, 1946 was the driest year since 1891, and the harvest was poor. There was however, a strong resistance to this at first.
Firstly, food production declined from the high level of 1953-54 leading to a rise in the food prices. A five-year business plan can be written for a number of purposes. It must be noted that, although the objectives of the plan had not fully been reached, there was in fact tremendous growth in industry between 1928 and 1932. In much the same way, industrialization in the Stalin era created effects which were felt far into the future. The Executive Summary When you're done coming up with the details of your plan, write the executive summary. Apparently, this performance was a shade-less than the performance of the First Plan.
Due to his complete unquestioned authority, he never had to cite or give a single statistic, fact or figure. The working of the plan also revealed serious organisational weaknesses and deficiencies, both at the policy making as well as the executive levels, in the administrative set up of the Central and state governments. Not only had the economic inequalities increased, the regional disparities too went up. Many of the consumer goods produced during this time were of such low quality that they could never be used and were wasted. Consequently, the first two five-year plans laid the foundation of the industrial might of the Soviet Union, especially in the military field.
Of those, 19,000 were shot. While Stalin may not have considered these far reaching impacts of his idealistic economic policies, they have nonetheless shaped the development of the nation of Kazakhstan and have affected their citizens in a dramatic fashion. The output of many other industries such as bicycles, Sewing machines, telephones, electrical goods, textiles, and sugar machinery also recorded substantial expansion. In 1949, the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance was set up, linking the countries economically. Stalin started the new plan by promising that he would improve the standard of living for the workers.
Many dams were constructed during this period. The North eastern part of the country, witnessed increase in the number of railway tracks. The Second Plan, however, tried to meet the growing needs of the agricultural and industrial sectors by providing additional facilities. In 1945, mining and metallurgy were at 40% of the 1940 levels, electric power was down to 52%, pig-iron 26% and steel 45%; food production was 60% of the 1940 level. Objectives of the Second Five-Year Plan 3.
The number of primary agricultural credit societies almost doubled up during the course of the plan while Land Reforms measures were carried further. It means that the rate of investment was far short of the population growth. A significant increase in national income and a marked improvement in living standards could not be secured without a substantial increase in production and investment. Perhaps if Stalin had put less stress on such extreme industrialization and paid more attention to the welfare of the citizens, it would have been better for not only the Soviet people, but also for the prolongation of the state. High rates of growth were also set for transportation, energy, agriculture, raw materials, and fuel Randall, 1965. This goes at the front of the business plan and gives the reader insight into what the rest of the document will tell them.
The initial five-year plans aimed to achieve rapid and thus placed a major focus on. In contrast, the domestic product of the Punjab increased at an annual rate at 10%. In 1928 it became an official government campaign and reached a tremendous speed. One of the major steps towards building a solid capital base was the establishment of three steel mills in the public sector with an initial capacity of 10 lakh tonnes each at Durgapur West Bengal , Rourkela Orissa , and Bhilai Madhya Pradesh. The success in Russia and China gave new credit to socialist ideas in India.
Again, during the period 1965 to 1966, owing to Green Revolution, once again agriculture attracted attention. Even then, the backlog of unemployment at the end of the plan was reckoned at 9 million —more than what it was at the beginning of the plan. In the mid-late 90s it actually decreased. The bulk of this grain was sold by the West; in 1985, for example, 94% of Soviet grain imports were from the non-socialist world, with the selling 14. Progress of the Second Five-Year Plan : The smooth progress of the Second Plan was disturbed shortly after it was launched by three major difficulties.
Russian mathematician and economist Nikolai Kondratiev, who had tried to apply his mathematical techniques to previous drafts of the First Five Year Plan, also advised Stalin that his Plan was unrealistic. The immigration into Kazakhstan caused by the failure of collectivization further widened the population gap between native Kazakh and alien Russians. Industrial expansion and often forcible relocation involved a massive shift of sometimes unwilling citizens, mostly from the countryside to the cities. In fact, there were many ominous signs. Disappointment, bitterness, and lack of enthusiasm were on the increase.