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Empowering Women Through Financial Literacy in Rajasthan

B. Arora1 , S. Sharma2 , M. S. Pahwa3

Section:Research Paper, Product Type: Journal Paper
Volume-06 , Issue-09 , Page no. 20-22, Nov-2018

CrossRef-DOI:   https://doi.org/10.26438/ijcse/v6i9.2022

Online published on Nov 20, 2018

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Citation

IEEE Style Citation: B. Arora, S. Sharma, M. S. Pahwa, “Empowering Women Through Financial Literacy in Rajasthan”, International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering, Vol.06, Issue.09, pp.20-22, 2018.

MLA Style Citation: B. Arora, S. Sharma, M. S. Pahwa "Empowering Women Through Financial Literacy in Rajasthan." International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering 06.09 (2018): 20-22.

APA Style Citation: B. Arora, S. Sharma, M. S. Pahwa, (2018). Empowering Women Through Financial Literacy in Rajasthan. International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering, 06(09), 20-22.

           

Abstract

The paper unfolds the dearth and bottlenecks of microfinancemicro credit facilities to women in Rajasthan. The study focuses on the financial literacy among women in rural area as compared to urban women. The contribution in GDP of rural women is exorbitant which indicates potential growth but literature shows lack of proper financial support to women has affected their contribution in GDP and has led to lower contribution in the economic growth of rural population in Rajasthan. The Paper focuses on the level of financial literacy among the rural woman of Rajasthan.

Key-Words / Index Term

Financial literacy, financial inclusion,Women empowerment

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