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A Study Of Norms And Functioning Of Self Help Groups (SHGs) In Punjab

  title={A Study Of Norms And Functioning Of Self Help Groups (SHGs) In Punjab},
  author={Gurveen K. Sandhu},
  journal={Journal Of Business Management \& Social Sciences Research},
  • G. Sandhu
  • Published 15 August 2013
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  • Journal Of Business Management & Social Sciences Research
Self help groups are voluntary, small group structures for mutual aid and the accomplishment of a special purpose. Today Self help groups (SHGs) plays a major role in poverty alleviation in rural India. The present study was undertaken with the objectives to understand the purpose, norms and functioning of SHGs in Punjab and also to study the problems being faced by them. For meeting the objectives primary data were collected through a structured, non disguised questionnaire on random sampling… 

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