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Women Empowerment

(Vol. 16, No. 2, April-June, 2018) ISSN 0973 – 8444
Role of Training Programmes under Self Help Group for Securing Social Challenges of Rural Women
Ankur Yadav1 & Hema Prakash2
1Ph.D. Research Scholar, Centre for Studies in Economics and Planning, Central University of Gujarat, Gandhinagar - 382029, Gujarat, India. Mobile No. +917048353332, E-mail-
2Ph.D. Research Scholar, Centre for Studies in Economics and Planning, School of Social Sciences, Central University of Gujarat, Gandhinagar-382029, Gujarat, India. Mobile No. (+918460128151) Email-
Abstract: The training programmes for Self Help Group (SHG) are being considered in the rural areas after the group formation and banking linkage programme in India. These programmes are based on various informative knowledge for rural women to secure their social and economic challenges. The present study intends to explain the structure of SHG training programme and its impact on the social well-being of rural women under SHGs. The study also attempts to underscore the challenges of training programmes at the rural level. The empirical evidences gathered through the scheduled interview with rural SHGs women (n=151) from Sultanpur district of Uttar Pradesh, India. The findings reveal a significant impact on the social well-being of SHG women who were involved in various training programmes.
Keywords: Self Help Group, Training Programmes, Social Awareness, Social well-being
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