Rural Women: Poverty Alleviation Programme
A Majority Of Rural Women Are From Landless Agricultural Labourers, Marginal Farmers, Artisans And Other Service Castes. Most Of These Women Belong To Families Below The Poverty Line And Within These Families They Are Most Disadvantaged In Terms Of Socio-Economic Status. The Government Has Recognized The Need Of Upliftment Of Socio-Economic Status Of Women And Priority Has Been Given To Them In The Poverty Alleviation Programmes Such As Integrated Rural Development Programme (Irdp) During Different Five Year Plans.In This Book, Impact Of Irdp On Socio-Economic Status Of Rural Women Has Been Studied Elaborately. This Study Has Covered The Following Aspects:Importance And An Overview Of Past Studies On Selected Field; Objectives, Methodology And Profiles Of Selected District, Mandals And Villages; Various Poverty Alleviation Programmes With Special Reference To Ird Programme; Socio-Economic Background Of Sample Beneficiaries; The Socio-Economic Factors, Responsible For Success Of Trade; Relationship Between Repayment Of Loan And Socio-Economic Factors Of Beneficiaries; Impact Of Success Of Trade On Living Conditions, Economic Dependence And Status Of Respondents; And Suggestions And Recommendations For Further Improvement Of Implementation Of The Programme.
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Income Generating Programmes and IRDP
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Agricultural Labourers analysis Andhra Pradesh assets Backward Castes beneficiaries belong Business Others Total cent level co-efficients are positive Delhi DRDA employment Error t-test ratio Figures in parenthesis financial independence Five Year Plan Forward Castes Ghanpur Hanamkonda husbands improvement indicates significant Industries Services Business IRD Programme IRDP ISB sector Kurukshetra lakhs land holdings mandals Marginal Farmers marital status nature of family Non-Agricultural Labourers nuclear families observed of'Industries of'Services overall sample parenthesis denote percentage percentage to total poverty line previous occupation regression co-efficients regression of success relationship between success repay repayment of loan reveals role running the trade Rural Artisans rural women sample beneficiaries Scheduled Castes Scheduled Tribes Section-I Source Standard Error t-test statistically significant status of respondents status of women sub-sector of Industries sub-sector of Services sub-sectors of ISB success of trade t-test ratio Industries Total 21 value of R2 villages Warangal district women beneficiaries women headed families