The Critical Analysis of Role Played by Self Help Group in Women Empowerment

Dr. Tushar Chaudhari .


Self-help group has gain huge momentum in recent era. It is now considered as a vital instrument for women empowerment. This research has considered three parameters for women empowerment viz financial, social and personal. The primary data is collected from fifty respondents from various self-help groups of Nagpur district. The various elements of financial, social and personal parameters were compared between before joining SHG and after joining SHG period. It was strongly recommended that women empowerment should not be limited only to financial empowerment but self-help group must have plan to achieve overall empowerment of women i.e. including other parameters like social and personal.

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