Empowering women’s through Self-help groups with reference to Gundardehi, Balod District, CG, India
- 1Bhilai Institute of Technology, Durg, CG, India
Res. J. Management Sci., Volume 6, Issue (7), Pages 9-10, June,6 (2017)
Today women’s in rural area are suffering a lot because of the limited finance and they feels helpless because they are not enough capable to take decisions regarding the financial matters. It is a group which is developed for the peoples especially for women’s to make them independent and employed. The purpose of my study is to analyze the effects of self help group to make women’s empowered and also their interest towards self help groups. In this study I am using chi-square test for achieving my purpose and I have taken 156 respondents for my study. The result of the survey indicates that the peoples who are go along with self help groups they are economically benefited across the time they are associated with SHGs.
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