Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Rural Women


Mrs. Navya; Lt .col, Professor Suma K.S; Prashanth Kumar K

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 2270-2282

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY: Population in India was not growing rapidly till the early twenties of the last century. It was nearly static, with a relatively safe and acceptable rate of annual growth, since both birth and death rates were relatively high .With advances in technology and expansion of health services death rate started declining in the following decades. Meanwhile the birth rate continued to persist at the same level .This caused a severe demographic gap between the birth and death rate, and resulted in growth of population at an alarming rate. OBJECTIVE: To assess the knowledge and perceived barrier regarding IUCD. METHOD AND MATERIAL: A quantitative research approach with non experimental comparative descriptive study was adopted in this study. The non-probabality, purposive sampling technique was used to select the subject for the study. Data collected from 100 subjects were analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistics.

Financial management of self help groups in the warangal rural district

Bharath Samishetti; Dr. K. Anusha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 866-876

For the economic empowerment of women, they depend on self-help groups in rural and urban areas. Thus SHG is a voluntary group formed by homogenous women and it is a holistic program of micro-enterprises covering all aspects of self-employment, organization of the rural poor into SHGs, and their capacity to the planning of activity, technology, building, clusters, infrastructure, credit, and marketing. Telangana State has about 4.35 lakh SHGs as of the end of March 2018. In the Narsampet division, there are about 5690 self-help groups. Financial help is extended by the Central and State Government at 7% interest. Of this, the Center pays 4% and the State government 3%. The financial support to the SHGs is routed through the banks. The SHGs are expected to promote savings, self-employment, relevant skill-building, gender equality, optimum utilization of rural resources, and collective decision making. The group should devise a code of conduct to bind itself because of the fast-changing environment. Savings collected will be the group-specific or corpus fund. Such a corpus fund should be used to advance loans to the members. As such the group develops financial management terms and conditions covering the loan sanction process, repayment schedule & interest rates. The present study examines the financial strength of about 160 groups federated into the Mutually Aided Women Credit Society by considering aggregate savings, credit dispensed, recovery of loans, and overdue loans.

A Study on Television Viewing Habit Among Rural Women of Kanyakumari Dstrict

N. Priyakumari; Dr. SelvaraniMariappan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 3554-3564

Televisions play a vital role in the lifestyle of common people. TV programs have high
acceptance and impact among its viewers and housewives in particular. Its peculiar quality
evokes a kind of addiction among the viewers. The insight of the individuals urges to view the
shows regularly without missing any episodes. Development of science and technology helps
them to enjoy the TV programs at right time. Thus watching serials became a regular practice of
many of them. This article is a study about the mind set of television viewing habit among rural
women of kanyakumari district.

Postural Assessment Of Rural Water Fetcher Using Ergonomics

Sonali P. Patil; Keshav K. Sangle

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 427-433

REBA and RULA Ergonomic tools are used for evaluation and ergonomic assessment while carrying, handling, lifting and shifting the load. For evaluation of complex manual water fetching activities a RULA and REBA ergonomic tool is used .In this study of water fetching activities maximum women from rural area were participated. Based on this ergonomic tool observation, water fetching activities of women while water fetching, video recordings and photographs were taken. The reviewed literature, postural activity guidelines are proposed for summarizing analysis of water fetching women’s activity and discomfort has been reported. The basic aim of water fetching study is to make assessment of the level of exposure of ergonomics in various water fetching activities. Another objective of the water fetching activities is to find the level of exposure and musculoskeletal disorders in different body segment and gives the corrective steps to reduce the health risk in the water fetching activity.