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THE ROLE OF MICRO FINANCE INSTITUTIONS IN WOMEN EMPOWERMENT WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BHOPAL

    2 Author(s):  SURESH KUMAR RATHORE,DR. VIKAS MATHUR

Vol -  12, Issue- 2 ,         Page(s) : 81 - 90  (2021 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

This research paper aims to study the role of microfinance institution and their practices offered towards women empowerment by selected MFIs in Bhopal. Study also focused to identify the factors that are substantial in determining the fields and areas for women empowerment practices. The basic concept and notion behind this study is to know the level of awareness, information, and views of the common people, and beneficiaries regarding the same. Assessment of demographic factors and their role in the perception towards microfinance institutions and women empowerment practices. It is a descriptive and empirical study led by a survey method. The purpose of this research paper is to critically examine the women empowerment practices and activities of selected organizations. The data comprises of both primary and secondary data for this research problem and analyzed using suitable and applicable statistical tools. The study concludes with finding and conclusion.

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