the Self Help Group. Self Help Groups improve the opportunity for investment by the poor simultaneously, the poor will improve their savings potential credit-handling capacity and access to financial institutions inculcate entrepreneurial skill development and urge for investment and also increase the risk taking attitude through Self Help Groups only. The Self Help Groups can be considered as one of the best means to counter social and financial exclusion and enhance economic, political and social
Cross and the District Rural Development Agency (DRDA), initially piloted with UNICEF, in Tamil Nadu’s Vellore district is an example of a successful solid waste management programme and its benefits.
concerned with the implications of historic and contemporary exploitation of the woman within the society. They also try to empower women and also transform the institutions and norms dominated by men. A very important characteristic of feminism is that it tries to integrate practise and theory. This recognised desirability has led many feminists to gravitate towards law and legal reform as objects of study and action. The fact that feminism has its impact can be well noticed in the huge influx of
and to tap underutilized of sea wealth. In 1953 Kerala government initiated a project called INDO – NORWEGIAN project in three villages to improve infrastructure development of fishermen and to meet the increasing
half of its seven billion people lived in cities. We discuss what it takes to build this urban sprawl for miles on end, the process of acquisition that delivers spatial growth to cities, and where these outgrowths (usually sleepy villages before development) take on a character of their own with distinct reputation, sub-culture, urban design. While a city’s identity has a lot to do with its landmark buildings and posh localities, the majority of its planning, construction and ethos
It cannot be separated completely from the government as well as from the entire society. So the issue is how to minimize it rather than mitigate. According to Tummala (2009) the main difficulties to control corruption are inadequate and inefficient enforcement mechanisms, lack of political will, and more importantly the cultural context
CHAPTER 1 1.1 INTRODUCTION Satisfying customers is one of the main objectives of every business. The message is obvious – satisfied customers improve business and dissatisfied customers impair business. Customer satisfaction is an asset that should be monitored and managed just like any physical asset. Introduction to Customer satisfaction: Customer satisfaction is a term frequently used in marketing. It is a measure of how products and services supplied by a company meet or surpass customer expectation
A Study of Impact of Organizational Change on Mental Health, Personality, and Stress in the Employees of Higher Educational Institutions Chapter 1. Introduction 1.1 Background, theoretical basis and definition 1.1.1 Higher Education Introduction 1.1.2 Importance of Higher Education 1.1.3 Higher Education’s Complexity and Problems 1.1.4 Need of Change in Higher Education 1.1.5 Define Personality Mental Well being and stress 1.1.6 Personality (optimism) 1.1.7 Higher