Contribution of Self-Help group in Rural Areas of Assam.

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Monjita Basumatary


In Assam Self help group have been working since its formation in 1992. It works under particular cluster of villages or areas form by groups of members. Self help groups provide socio-cultural and economic development of the weaker sections and especially in rural areas. The objective of the research study is to highlight the development through self help group. The research study was carried out through interview. Multistage sample, random sampling technique was used. Datas are collected through primary and secondary sources. Findings shows that self help groups created significant development among weaker sections of SHG members. The  study found that to fulfilled the aim of self help groups local resources are not enough and lack of technical knowledge is also hampered the objective of SHG. Finally the recommendation is made to provide the facilities of self help groups to those weaker sections of society and landless people. Further while availing opportunities of SHG it is Suggested to maintain sustainability of natural resources.

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Monjita Basumatary. (2023). Contribution of Self-Help group in Rural Areas of Assam. Journal of Coastal Life Medicine, 11(1), 1759–1762. Retrieved from


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