Women Entrepreneur: Accelerating the Indian Economy
Charu Mani, Dr Sunita Bharatwal
Entrepreneurship, Women entrepreneur
Since independence there has been a momentous enhancement in the role of women in Indian society. An escalating number of women are going in for superior and higher education, professionaltraining and their degree in the workforce has also surged. A number of women are also coming up as fruitfulentrepreneurs. Greater deliberation to the financial status and state of women in society has brought aunbroken change in the entrepreneurial capabilities of women. To promote entrepreneurship amongwomen number of endeavors has been taken by the Government. In India, the proportion of maleentrepreneurs is significantly higher than women entrepreneurs. This divergence is largely due to sociopersonal reasons, improper government support, and lack of availability of funds and barriers in productionand some other reasons which prevent women to flourish as successful entrepreneurs. The objective of thispaper is to study the basic idea underlying the concept of women entrepreneurship, the existing governmentpolicies, and program to support women entrepreneurs and the problems faced by the womenentrepreneurs while setting and managing their business. In the present study, descriptive research designhas been adopted and secondary data is the source of information.
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Unique Paper ID: 156301

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 3

Page(s): 302 - 307
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