explain stages of resource planning

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asked Apr 8, 2016 in Class X Social Science by deeppatel Basic (20 points)
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answered Apr 9, 2016 by Yashanshi Tiwari Expert (2,810 points)

Resource planning is a technique or skill of proper utilisation of resources. As the resources are limited and unevenly distributed over the country their planning is essential. Resource planning comprises three stages:

(i) Preparation of inventory of resources.

(ii) Evaluation in terms of availability for development.

(iii) Planning for exploitation of resources

The first stage includes surveying, mapping and measurement of characteristics and properties of resources.

The second stage examines resources from the points of view of technology, economy and need.

The third stage is related to action-oriented planning which emphasises use and reuse of the sources.

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answered Apr 20 by Shanu Basic (25 points)
Resource planning is the widely accepted strategy for judicious use of resources

(i) Identification and Inventory of resources in the region of the country
It involves mapping, surveying , qualitative and quantitative estimation and measurement of resources

(ii) Inculcating a planning structure with technology, skill and institutional set up for implementing resource development plans

(iii) Comparing the plans with overall national development plans

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