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Vol. 11, Special Issue 6 (2022)

Suggestion analysis of MGNREGA in Sultanpur district of Uttar Pradesh using Garrett ranking technique

Author(s):
Sachchidanand Upadhyay, UA Siddiqui, VK Singh, Sanjay Kr. Tripathi, Raj Kumar and Satendra Kumar
Abstract:
The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGP) is a social security scheme. The scheme was introduced with a purpose of enhancing the standard level of living of the rural household and they stopped migrating toward the city. The objective of this study was analysing the suggestions given by the MGNREGA beneficiaries in their work and work site. The study was conducted in one purposively selected district Sultanpur of Uttar Pradesh to identify the suggestions given by respondents in MGNREGA programme. One block from Sultanpur district viz., Dubepur was selected. From selected block five villages from Dubeypur block were selected randomly. Ten beneficiaries who involved in MGNREGA scheme from each village were selected purposively. Thus, a total of 50 respondents who actively involved in MGNREGA programme were randomly selected from five villages of Sultanpur district of Uttar Pradesh. Garrett’ ranking technique was adopted to analyze the suggestions given by the respondents in MGNREGA programme. Finally the study concluded that the most important suggestions given by the MGNREGA beneficiaries were The MGNREGA provide equal wages to market wages & Timely payment of wages ranked first with Garrett mean score of 63.8, followed by Available work needed time with Garrett mean score of 60.36. Extend the limit of 100 days employment Guarantee was ranked third with Garrett mean score of 56.46. Hence the study suggests for taking suitable efforts to increase the awareness and make bridge between MGNREGA Scheme and MGNREGA beneficiaries. This study helps new and young researcher who wants to do research under this area may really helpful to them in order to recognize the research issue and research gap. Thus, the scheme could make an excellent impact in improving the livelihood status and ensuring sustainable social security for the rural people of Sultanpur district of Uttar Pradesh.
Pages: 2499-2502  |  495 Views  119 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sachchidanand Upadhyay, UA Siddiqui, VK Singh, Sanjay Kr. Tripathi, Raj Kumar and Satendra Kumar. Suggestion analysis of MGNREGA in Sultanpur district of Uttar Pradesh using Garrett ranking technique. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(6S): 2499-2502.

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