FINANCIAL INCLUSION AMONG RURAL PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KATTAPPANA

Ms Rani Jacob

Abstract


Financial inclusion is a flagship programme of the Reserve Bank of India.  To push towards universal financial inclusion, the Reserve Bank has taken several initiatives. This study is aimed at knowing the effect of financial inclusion among people at Kattappana and to suggest ways to make the government efforts more fruitful.The required data gathered from the respondents through convenient sampling and are analyzed by using various mathematical techniques and statistical tools like percentage method and chi square.

Keywords


Financial inclusion, Inclusive and exclusive growth

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