Analyzing Constraints in Conflict Management in Wasteland Development Project


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Authors

  • M. Ullas , V. L. Madhu Prasad and G. R. Pennobaliswamy

Abstract

The study was aimed to analyze the constraints encountered by Pragathi Bandu Self Help Group (SHG) members while
implementing the Wasteland Development project. The present study was conducted in purposively selected Shimoga
district of Karnataka state during 2013. Two taluks namely Shimoga and Bhadravathi were selected. From each taluk the
villages having maximum number of Pragathi Bandu SHG members were selected. Total 36 Pragathi Bandu SHGs
formed by SKDRDP were considered for the study. From each SHG, three members were randomly selected thus,
making a total sample size of 108. The results revealed that all Pragathi Bandu SHG members expressed political
influence, was major problem in resolving conflicts and majority (90.7%) of the respondents suggested to create general
awareness about the essentiality of formation of SHGs for wasteland development activities.

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19.10.2023

Published

30.06.2015

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Analyzing Constraints in Conflict Management in Wasteland Development Project. (2015). Indian Journal of Extension Education, 51(1&2), 109-111. https://epubs.icar.org.in/index.php/IJEE/article/view/144238