Analysis of understanding level of government welfare schemes (Among beedi workers of unorganized sector)


  • Fatima Qasim Ph.D. Scholar- JSBS&C, SHUATS-Prayagraj
  • Dr. Sneh P. Daniel (Co-Author), Assistant Professor, JSBS&C, SHUATS-Prayagraj



Beedi workers, unorganized sector, welfare schemes


Beedi fabricating is perhaps the biggest business in India utilizing a huge number of laborers, lion’s share of them being
ladies and kids. It falls under the class of sloppy area and thusly draws in numerous shades of malice like helpless working
conditions, absence of execution of government rules and guidelines, work of kid work, low wages, sporadic business, etc.
The government has arranged and carried out numerous government assistance plans for these laborers that incorporate health advantages, protection, lodging, schooling, diversion, maternity, and so on for their upliftment. Nonetheless, the degree of attention to these plans is very low and execution is negligible because of the low degree of training among these specialists. The current investigation dives into the segment profile of these specialists alongside their degree of mindfulness in regard to government assistance plans. The information was gathered from Prayagraj in Uttar Pradesh from 347 respondents. The information was investigated utilizing proportions of focal inclination, chi-square test and Kruskal-Wallis test. The definite investigation of information uncovered that these specialists are having low pay and instruction-level, generally utilizing ladies from the moderately aged gatherings. These laborers are tolerably mindful about the plans and lower age-bunch laborers are more mindful about government assistance programs than their senior partners. The investigation proposes approaches to ad-lib the everyday environments of these laborers and plans to make mindfulness about the government assistance program of the public authority.


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DOI: 10.53724/ambition/v6n1.05
Published: 30-05-2021

How to Cite

Fatima Qasim, & Dr. Sneh P. Daniel. (2021). Analysis of understanding level of government welfare schemes (Among beedi workers of unorganized sector). Research Ambition an International Multidisciplinary E-Journal, 6(I), 14–21.