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Journal of Social Welfare and Management

Volume  10, Issue 2, May - August 2018, Pages 295-304

 

Original Article

Barriers Faced by the Beneficiaries of RSETIs: An Insights
Saritha K.R.1, A.S. Dileep2
1Research Scholar, University of Kerala, hiruvananthapuram, Kerala 695034, India. 2Assistant Professor, NSS College, Nilamel, Kerala 691536, India.
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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21088/jswm.0975.0231.10218.5

Abstract

The present study entitled “Barriers faced by the Beneficiaries of RSETIs- an Insights” has studied about the barriers faced by the RSETIs beneficiaries for start-up a business. The study has focussed for study the status of beneficiaries settled and beneficiaries not settled after attending the training programme from RSETIs and to identify the barriers preventing for not being an entrepreneurs or still unemployed after conducting the training programme from RSETIs. Study has selected the sample from RSETIs not settled beneficiaries for finding the barriers. Snowball sampling method was used to identify the not settled beneficiaries of RSETIs. The review of annual report (2017) from National Centre for Excellence of RSETIs (NACER) indicate that 42.89 per cent of the beneficiaries were not settled after attending the training programme from RSETIs. The study concludes that high rate of rent for building, lack of infrastructural facilities due to financial problem, high labour cost, family is not supporting for being an entrepreneur, unethical interference from the government officials are the major barriers preventing for not being an entrepreneur after attending the training programme from RSETIs. This study report will helpful to the authority to take sufficient remedies for removing these barriers.

Keyword: RSETIs; NACER; Barriers; Unemployment.

 


Corresponding Author : Saritha K.R., Assistant Professor and Head, Department of Commerce, HHMSPB NSS College for Women, Neeramankara Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala 695040, India.