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Problems Faced by Silverware Manufacturing Units in Salem City, Tamilnadu


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1 Periyar Institute of Management Studies (PRIMS), Periyar University, Salem11, India
2 Periyar Institute of Management Studies (PRIMS), Periyar University, Salem-11, India
     

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In developing countries, small scale industries and cottage industries are important for increasing employment opportunities, equal distribution of income, to increase standard of living, developing rural and semi-urban areas. Silver manufacturing units plays a major role in creating employment opportunities for the people especially women. Silverware products and ornaments made in India has a significant export market and also popular throughout the country. Silverware manufacturing units faced problems related to operational patterns and exporting the products. This study focuses on such problems and suggests effective remedies for the welfare of the industry.

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Silverware Manufacturing Units, Cottage Industry, Operational Problems, Export.
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Authors

G. Yoganandan
Periyar Institute of Management Studies (PRIMS), Periyar University, Salem11, India
G. Saranya
Periyar Institute of Management Studies (PRIMS), Periyar University, Salem-11, India

Abstract


In developing countries, small scale industries and cottage industries are important for increasing employment opportunities, equal distribution of income, to increase standard of living, developing rural and semi-urban areas. Silver manufacturing units plays a major role in creating employment opportunities for the people especially women. Silverware products and ornaments made in India has a significant export market and also popular throughout the country. Silverware manufacturing units faced problems related to operational patterns and exporting the products. This study focuses on such problems and suggests effective remedies for the welfare of the industry.

Keywords


Silverware Manufacturing Units, Cottage Industry, Operational Problems, Export.

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