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Vol. 10, Special Issue 8 (2021)

Business performance of Mamtva Yojna Mahila self help group (SHG): A case study of Durg district of Chhattisgarh state

Author(s):
Akash Chandrakar, Dr. Hulas Pathak and Dr. AK Gauraha
Abstract:
Self Help Groups (SHGs) work on "people's autonomy" Principles. The SHG concept enables people to work socially and financially to improve their lives by making optimum use of existing resources. In fact, SHGs for women foster the equality of minorities, since this segment of society has for many decades been neglected. Women who experienced common struggles in life and have the same lifestyle always tend to build a sense of belonging and camaraderie. In this present study to know the Business Performance of Mamtva Yojna Mahila Self Help Group (SHG): A case study of Durg District of Chhattisgarh state. Mamtva Yojna Mahila Self Help Group (SHG) was producing the Ready to Eat product. For making the Ready to eat product of 1 Kg the following raw materials and labours was used along with their costs. The cost of raw materials, labour cost, packaging materials, machinery with electricity cost and other cost was Rs. 34.5 (77.62%), Rs. 5.00 (11.25%), Rs. 2.00 (4.50%), Rs. 1.45 (3.26%) and Rs. 1.00 (2.25%) thus the total cost of the production was Rs. 44.40. The total sale of Ready to eat product was 1975.30qtl, net return Rs. 4.05/kg and total return was Rs. 800000/year. The MRP and selling price was Rs. 48.50. The net return, input output ratio and V.C. ratio was Rs. 4.05, 1:1.09 and 0.84.
Pages: 595-598  |  319 Views  105 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Akash Chandrakar, Dr. Hulas Pathak and Dr. AK Gauraha. Business performance of Mamtva Yojna Mahila self help group (SHG): A case study of Durg district of Chhattisgarh state. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(8S): 595-598.

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