BEHAVIOUR AND PERFORMANCE – A VITAL SUCCESS OF WOMEN IN SELF HELP GROUPS

kavitha kavitha

Abstract


Micro-Finance has, in recent times, come to be recognized and accepted as one of the new development paradigms for alleviating poverty through social and economic well being of the poor, with focus on empowering women. People’s participation in credit delivery, recovery and linking of formal credit institutions to borrowers through the intermediation of Self Help Groups (SHGs) have been recognized as a supplementary mechanism for providing credit support to the poor. It is evident from the experience and the information available from various countries that the group concept meets the objectives when a suitable group is formed. Self Help Groups can attain sustainability easily because its members understand each other and the group is formed only after mutual consultation for their own mutual benefit.  The study aims to develop a suitable comprehensive scale to measure the activity-based performance of SHGs. Here, activity based performance is linked to behaviour of women in Self Help Groups.


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ISSN : 2251-1547