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Handloom Weaver’s Co-Operative Societies in Chittoor District: A Case Study

Handloom Weaver’s Co-Operative Societies in Chittoor District: A Case Study

L. Subramanyam Naidu, Prof. K. Jayachandra

Journal Title:GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS
Abstract


Co-operative form of organization is considered most suitable for the age old traditional and biggest industry in India. According to the census of 2011 it is estimated that 833 million people are currently lives in rural India. At present 150000 weavers co-operative societies and 35 million weavers across the country are benefited. Andhra Pradesh has traditionally been one of the major handloom weaving regions of India. This activity provides full time employment to 367 lakh persons and part-time employment to nearly 85000 persons. Every village in Andhra Pradesh is a weaving centre and various types of sarees, dhotis and khadi are manufactured. In the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, there are 39 weavers co-operative societies, provide an employment opportunity to nearly 2500 members.

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