Time for a Mid-Term Review of the 13th Defence Five Year Plan


The defence planning process has been historically linked to the national five-year planning process, which began in 1951.

While the 1st Five Year Defence Plan (1964–69) was initiated in the aftermath of the 1962 War in the midst of the 3rd Five Year Plan period, the period of subsequent defence plans was synchronised with Five Year Plans of the Planning Commission from the 4th Plan onwards, that is, 1969–74.

Service Headquarters (HQ) began drawing up the first 15-year perspective plan from 1979 and the concept of Long Term Integrated Perspective Plan (LTIPP) was introduced in 2001.

The existing planning process is based on the 15-year LTIPP, the five-year Services Capital Acquisition Plan (SCAP) — also called the ‘Defence Five Year Plan’, and the Annual Acquisition Plan (AAP), which is, in fact, a two-year roll-on plan. Read More

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