Mrs. Gandhi Gave New Economic Approaches
Plenty of food, Sufficient clothing, Proper monitoring of the Key Socio- Economic factors, with commitment to Domestic Productivity were the Essence of the Administrative strategy of Mrs. Indira Gandhi (Late Prime Minister of India). These approaches could be critically related to the remarkable Economic advancement of the Indian sub-continent, with Self- sufficiency in Agriculture, leaving a surplus for export and strides in Industry, Atomic Research, and Space Exploration in India. The author feels that these unique thoughts and approaches of the late Prime Minister could serve as an eye-opener to all the Third World Nations to Accelerate their pace of Social and Economic development. ================================================================ Between 1972 and 1981, the author was a Social worker in India, and a Honorary Consultant for the effective implementation and monitoring of the 20 Point Socio-Economic Development programs designed by Shrimathi Indira Gandhi, the late Prime Minister of India. Centre page article by DR.VSRS in the Barbados Advocate, the largest circulated Daily in Barbados, West Indies, and the English speaking Caribbean Countries. Page 4 - Tuesday - January 8, 1985. During 1982 - 1986, the author was a “Consultant Adviser - Computer Services”, to the Caribbean Development Bank, Barbados, West Indies ( World Bank / UNDP Setup ), under nomination from his assignment as the “Data Processing Expert” to the Commonwealth Fund for Technical Co- operation, London, UK.
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