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Date of this Version

Summer 7-27-2019

Abstract

The present study attempts to analyze the impact of micro finance on decision making empowerment of SHGs women members in Tirunelveli District of Tamil Nadu, India. It is found that the important decision making empowerment variables among the SHGs women members having primary education are ‘repayment decision’ and ‘health of children’. Among the SHGs women members having middle school education, the important decision making empowerment variables are ‘repayment decision’ and ‘health of children’. It is concluded from this study that micro finance, micro credit through SHGs has reached the people. There is steady growth in SHGs among women and millions of households helped through micro finance and poverty alleviation.

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