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Role of SHG Towards Self Employment and Development of Entrepreneurship Skill


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1 Goa University, Goa, India
2 Department of Commerce, Fr. Angel College of Arts & Commerce, Goa, India
     

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This paper focuses on understanding the impact of women Self Help Group (SHG) towards entrepreneurial skill development. The entrepreneurship skills are measured considering the various social variables. The respondents were asked to rate the variables based on their achievements. The study also focuses on the various outputs and problems faced by the women SHG members while being associated with the SHG. The variables are grouped using factorization and through regression model. The effect of the factors on the entrepreneurship skills is measured, which is positive. The paper also considers the employment-generation ability of the SHG and the constraints faced by them.

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Microfinance, Self Help Group, Entrepreneurship Skills, Self-Employment.
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Authors

Madanant Jana Naik
Goa University, Goa, India
Anthony Rodrigues
Department of Commerce, Fr. Angel College of Arts & Commerce, Goa, India

Abstract


This paper focuses on understanding the impact of women Self Help Group (SHG) towards entrepreneurial skill development. The entrepreneurship skills are measured considering the various social variables. The respondents were asked to rate the variables based on their achievements. The study also focuses on the various outputs and problems faced by the women SHG members while being associated with the SHG. The variables are grouped using factorization and through regression model. The effect of the factors on the entrepreneurship skills is measured, which is positive. The paper also considers the employment-generation ability of the SHG and the constraints faced by them.

Keywords


Microfinance, Self Help Group, Entrepreneurship Skills, Self-Employment.

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