3 edition of Development plan, 1962-68 found in the catalog.
Development plan, 1962-68
|Statement||Government of Northern Nigeria.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 5182, D-681(H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||85890541|
Fact Book, Game documentation, and final report of the BETA I and II and II military games, Records of the Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Communications-Electronics, consisting of combat development study files, Records of the Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Force Development It may be recalled that Nigeria automotive sector activities were really basic in the colonial period including during the first National economic plan Private companies such as BEWAC, CFAO, etc. were mostly engaged in the import of FBUs automobiles but with very marginal assembling operations.
The plan also aided the development of public education. By , expenditure on education totalled at $4 million. Communications were improved, as new roads were built and reconstruction at Berakas Airport was completed in The second National Development Plan was launched in Capital and largest city: Bandar Seri Begawan, . The United States Agency for International Development under a contract with the Nigerian Government and with the financial support from the Ford Foundation, sponsored the Franklin Book Programs of New York to make a comprehensive study of book production in Nigeria, Special attention was given to the status of librarianship, and the Cited by: 4.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Northern Nigeria (Nigeria). Ministry of Economic Planning. Development plan, Kaduna, (OCoLC) Nigeria. Federal Ministry of Economic Development. National development plan, Lagos  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nigeria.
Federal Ministry of Economic Development. OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages 25 cm. NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN by Federation of Nigeria and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Government of Nigeria Western Nigeria development plan First Edition Paperback Development plan Government of Nigeria, Very Good Book Publishing Details Author: Government of.
The first national development plan was forthe second was There was a two-year break due to the civil war. The third NDP was. Federal Republic of Nigeria, First National Development Plan (). Onakomaiya, S. Highway Development in Nigeria, NISER Monograph Series No.
In response to these setbacks, Iran initiated its third economic development plan (–68) with an emphasis on industrialization.
New economic policies significantly altered the role of the private sector. The expansion of private and public banks, as well as the establishment of two specialized banks, provided reliable credit markets for medium- and large-scale private manufacturing.
1962-68 book Plan (19 62 – ); th e Seco nd National Development Plan ( – ); the T hird Nat ional De velopment Plan ( – ) and the Fourth National Development Plan ( 1 –Author: Uche Emmanuel. This book deals with Development plan policy and its relation to economic development.
It analyzes the experience of the Federation of Nigeria during its development plan. KEYWORDS: TROPAG | Economics | development and social sciences | Economic Development and Planning | Agricultural Sector Analysis | Reference Documents | by: As mentioned above, we are asked to speak on “The Economic Restructuring of Nigeria”—an omnibus topic indeed.
Since the First National Development Plan ( 68), the transformation of the. document, National Development Plan, (Lagos, ). This document, which includes the plans of the federal and regional governments, all of which also were published separately, will be referred to briefly as the national plan or the plan docu-ment.
Nigerian financial years begin on April 1 and end on Ma so the six-year. Abstract. Frequent references have been made in previous chapters to the first Eastern Nigeria Development Plan (–8) which in turn was a part of the National Development Plan for all Nigeria.
1 The broad objectives of the plan and the progress achieved by are reviewed in this final chapter of our study. Before the outbreak of hostilities in Nigeria a second ‘medium Author: Barry Floyd. Eastern Nigeria Development Plan ; First Progress Report. Ministry Of Economic Planning.
Published by The Government Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers.
In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Please note the Image in this listing is a. Development planning in Nigeria can be classified under three eras. These are the Era of Fixed- Term Planning (), the Era of Rolling Plan (), and the New Democratic Dispensation ( till date).
The Era of Fixed Medium Term Plan () witnessed four successful plans in Nigeria. These are the First National Development /5(10). Since the First National Development Plan ( 68), transformation of the economic structure/diversification has been the fulcrum of all national plans.
For decades, every government has tried its brand of ‘economic restructuring’ or economic diversification and yet the economy remains tied to the life-support of oil, peasant agriculture. Since the first National Development Plan (), Nigeria has adopted a number of measures such as tariffs, quotas and outright import bans for encouraging import substitution in order to.
Right after Nigeria attained independence, the First National Development Plan () was introduced to guide at agricultural, industrial, transport, and. This study examines the organization of educational planning in Nigeria immediately before the events early in which produced substantial political changes.
Thus it focuses in particular on the first three years of the National Development Plan. Earlier efforts at educational planning in Nigeria receive relatively little Size: 3MB. Developing Country Studies. ISSN X (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol.3, No.4, The Problematic of Development Planning in Nigeria: A.
1 Second National Development Plan, o (Lagos, ). 2 P. Kilby, Industrialization in an Open Economy: Nigeria, (Cambridge, ). The U.N. rear Book of National Accounts Statistics, (New York), shows the manufacturing share of G.D.P.
at current factor cost in Kenya as I I I, Ugandaand Zambia per cent. reduced form at the back ofthe book. Photographs included in the original manuscript have been reproduced xerographically in this copy. Higher quality 6" x 9" black and white photographic prints are available for any photographs or illustrations appearing in this copy for an additional charge.
Contact UMI directly to order. UMI. Several plans and strategies have been designed since independence to guide the economy towards attaining sustainable growth, beginning.
In the first and second republics the civilian leaders believed in development planning as a technique of managing economic development. The government of the late prime minister, Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, introduced the First Development Plan, General Yakubu Gowon introduced the Second Development Plan,