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Title: A Study On The Perceptions Of Self Help Group Women On The Information And Communication Technology Usage And Their Development In Tamil Nadu
Researcher: Venkatalakshmi K
Guide(s): Ambujam N K
Keywords: Communication
Group
Information
Perceptions
Self Help
Technology
Usage
Women
Upload Date: 17-Nov-2014
University: Anna University
Completed Date: n.d.
Abstract: Self Help Groups are formed and supported by government newlineagencies or NGOs and benefit their members economically and socially The newlineSelf Help Group movement is credit linked; it is primarily aimed at newlineaddressing the needs for capacity building of Self Help Group women by newlineorganizing them into homogenous support groups that pool their resources to newlineengage in microentrepreneurship activities and share the income thus newlinegenerated In India women who are members of Self Help Groups derive newlineaccess to lowcost financial services with a process of self management and newlinedevelopment Self Help Groups enable women to grow their savings and to newlineaccess the credit which banks are increasingly willing to lend Self Help newlineGroups can also be community platforms from which women become active newlinein village affairs stand for local elections or take action to address social or newlinecommunity issues the abuse of women alcohol the dowry system schools newlineand water supply Thus Self Help Groups Help mobilize women to take newlinesocial action accumulate social capital display better economic viability and newlinedemonstrate a greater suitability and sustainability than individual based newlinemodels for womens empowerment initiatives newlineThe Government of Tamilnadu spearheaded the Self Help Group newlineSHG concept in the country by forming SHGs in 1989 with the assistance of newlineInternational Fund for Agricultural Development IFAD Now there is a newlinegreater amount of socioeconomic emancipation among the members of the newlineSHGs Among the various districts of Tamil Nadu Kancheepuram and newlineThiruvallur Districts occupy a predominant position in starting of SHGs newlinewhich are adjoining to Chennai District The Self Help Groups have been newlineformed for meeting the needs of industrial and agricultural activities As on newline30 November 2011 there were 518519 SHGs in Tamil Nadu with a newlinemembership of 8040 Lakhs And in Kancheepuram District there were 26993 newlineSelf Help Groups and in Thiruvallur District there were 20047 SHGs The Research findings of this study would pave the way for taking newline newline
Pagination: xxii,170p
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/27993
Appears in Departments:Faculty of Science and Humanities

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