Performance of Micro Finance a Case Study of Micro Enterprises

Gaddala Raja, Prattipati Venakata Jaya Pradeep


Micro Enterprises are widely called the back-bone of the Indian economy. This sector is the largest employment providing sector in India with employing more than 600 lakhs persons in India”. In recent years, it has emerged as the most dynamic sector displaying phenomenal growth by contributing 10% of share in GDP of India.

Micro enterprise sector comprises of business units with varying sizes that range from tiny to medium based on level of investment. Most of these also act as ancillary units for large scale industry. This paper explores about the performance of the self help groups with linkage of banks in micro finance.



Micro enterprises, performance, linkage, SHGs, NBFCs.


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