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2023, Vol. 5, Issue 2, Part A

An overview of role and functioning of youth club of Bejjipuram in rural development

Author(s): Dr. C Balakotaiah and Dr. Y Janaki Ramudu

India is still a developing nation; Non-governmental associations are frequently established to plug in intervals left by the government as a nation, there's still a large population in India which is weak in terms of health, education, employment and openings, in general pastoral development. NGOs take up and execute systems to promote weal of the community they work with. They work to address colorful enterprises and issues prevailing within the society. NGOs are not- for- profit bodies which means they don't have any marketable interest. NGOs are run on donations made by individualities, commercial and institutions. They engage in fundraising conditioning to raise plutocrat for carrying out the work they do. Ever since independence, NGOs have played a pivotal part in helping the indigent in India, furnishing aid to the worried and elevating the socio- profitable status of millions in the country. The Youth Club Bejjipuram was therefore established in 1980. Bejjipuram is positioned in quondam Ranasthalam Block in Srikakulam District of United Andhra Pradesh for regular monitoring of accounts and monthly auditing and capacity structure of accountants and board of directors, YCB is easing training services. YCB always stays close to the hearts of the communities it's involved with and assesses the requirements and capabilities in a participatory manner. YCB’s most promising approach is to promote and strengthen the community grounded associations with different communities like crafters, high threat groups and pastoral women. Duly perceiving the requirements of the target communities of the area. 1085 women members contributed savings upto Rs.55,78,895/- which was being rotated by them for advancing to its members both for consumption as well as income generation purposes. The recovery in societies is further than 95 per cent. These societies are renewing its enrollment in the train of District united Registrar.

DOI: 10.22271/multi.2023.v5.i2a.237

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Dr. C Balakotaiah, Dr. Y Janaki Ramudu. An overview of role and functioning of youth club of Bejjipuram in rural development. Int J Multidiscip Trends 2023;5(2):07-10. DOI: 10.22271/multi.2023.v5.i2a.237
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