Socio Economic Benefits from Tribal Co-operative Societies to their Members in Western Ghats Regions of Attappady

Rohith Ravi
Social Benefits; Economic Benefits; Tribal Cooperative Societies.
This paper presents the members socio economic benefits from tribal cooperative societies in Western Ghats regions of Attappady Kerala. The main focus of the paper was to understand the member’s various socio economic benefits from four tribal sholayoor, kottathara, kurumba and pudurco operative societies, the study mainly focused on the major socio economic benefits from tribal cooperative societies in Attappadi. The data for this study collected 115 respondents in Attappady tribal area in Kerala. Arithmetic mean standard deviation and ANOVA analysis was used for the analysis purpose and it is finding that the various socio economic benefits of members from tribal cooperative societies. And this study tries to know significant difference between members of tribal category with regard to their social benefits through tribal cooperative society.
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Received : 01 November 2020
Accepted : 23 December 2020
Published : 02 January 2021
DOI: 10.30726/ijmrss/v7.i4.2020.74026

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