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Awareness and Impact of Direct Benefit Transfer Scheme of LPG Subsidy in Haryana State District Jind
The primary objective of these programs has been to provide the basic minimum feature with large amounts being spent on subsidies the government is examining ways to ensure that this spending is carried out in ways that maximize positive outcomes and lead to significant poverty reductions. The main purpose of the study is to assess the awareness for open an account in bank, type of account and time period (in years) and to investigate the awareness and impact of direct benefit transfer of LPG subsidy. Data were collected from primary as well as secondary sources. In this proposed study, responses collected through questionnaire will be coded, tabulated and will be analysed with the help of statistical and analytical packages like SPSS and Microsoft Excel. In some cases, a simple statistic like average and percentage were applied. Further, cross tabulation and Chi-square test were applied to test the difference in the opinion of the respondents demographically. Through a research study the researcher know about that how many respondents have a bank account then find out that out of 365 respondents’ 364 respondents have a bank account. When the researcher categories on the basis of how long the respondents have a bank account then it comprises into less than one year, 2 yrs to 3 yrs, 3 yrs to 5 yrs, 5 yrs to 10 yrs and more than 10 yrs. Then find out that most of the respondents have the bank account for 2 yrs to 3 yrs. Majority of the respondents know about direct benefit transfer scheme through agents.
Rinku Lather*, Jasvir Singh
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