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International Journal of Home Science

2020, VOL. 6 ISSUE 3, PART C

Socio-economic and socio-personal profile of the Underprivileged community

Author(s): Komal Kriti, Dr. Meera Singh, Akanksha Singh and Chandani
Abstract:
A study was undertaken in Masinadih village of Samastipur district, Bihar, to study the socio- economic and socio-personal profile of the Underprivileged community. The socio-economic and socio-personal profile of 50 respondents were assessed. For this purpose, primary data have been collected. The findings of the present investigation indicate that majority of the respondents (66 percent) were in the young age group and all respondents (100 percent) were from schedule caste. The maximum number of respondents (48 percent) were illiterate. The majority of the respondents (56 percent) were married. All respondents (100 percent) were from Hindu religion. The maximum number of respondents (6 percent) were having up to 5 members in their family. The majority of the respondents (72 percent) were having nuclear families. Most of the respondents (60 percent) were labourers. Most of them (60 percent) were earning low income (less than 24,000/-). Majority of them (40 percent) were having no land. Most of them (34 respondents) were having pucca house. The maximum number of the respondents (60 percent) were using the mobile and the maximum number of them (70 percent) were not the member of any organization.
Pages: 150-152  |  3 Views  4 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Komal Kriti, Dr. Meera Singh, Akanksha Singh, Chandani. Socio-economic and socio-personal profile of the Underprivileged community. Int J Home Sci 2020;6(3):150-152.
International Journal of Home Science