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Utilization and Extent of Utilization of OASA by Women Beneficiaries


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1 Department of Extension Education and Communication Management, CCS HAU, Hisar, Haryana, India
     

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In the present study utilization pattern of OASA pension amount and its extent of utilization, control over utilization and satisfaction of utilization is presented. It means on what the respondent spent her pension money mostly and if she is satisfied with the utilization pattern or not. The study was piloted in Hisar and Rohtak division of Haryana state. Frequency, percentage and weighted mean score were calculated. In results we can conclude that majority of the elderly women/ beneficiaries always utilized the OASA money s for meeting health and food needs and extent of use was also high for health and food. Majority of the beneficiaries had their cash and passbook and more than half were satisfied with the utilization of pension amount.
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Preeti .
Department of Extension Education and Communication Management, CCS HAU, Hisar, Haryana, India
Beena Yadav
Department of Extension Education and Communication Management, CCS HAU, Hisar, Haryana, India

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In the present study utilization pattern of OASA pension amount and its extent of utilization, control over utilization and satisfaction of utilization is presented. It means on what the respondent spent her pension money mostly and if she is satisfied with the utilization pattern or not. The study was piloted in Hisar and Rohtak division of Haryana state. Frequency, percentage and weighted mean score were calculated. In results we can conclude that majority of the elderly women/ beneficiaries always utilized the OASA money s for meeting health and food needs and extent of use was also high for health and food. Majority of the beneficiaries had their cash and passbook and more than half were satisfied with the utilization of pension amount.