Empowering Women through Entrepreneurship: With Special Reference to Women Entrepreneurs in Haryana
Author(s):
GARIMA
Keywords:
Women Empowerment, Women Entrepreneurship Development
Abstract
Women are regarded as better half of the society. In traditional Indian societies, they were confined to four walls. But in modern society, they come out of four walls to participate in all types of activities including entrepreneurship. Now a days’ women entrepreneurship has become an important tool for women empowerment. Empowerment leads to self-fulfillment and women become aware of where they are going, what their position is in the society, their status; existence and rights. The role of women as business owners is gradually increasing, and in India empowering women through entrepreneurship has become an integral part of our development efforts. Women entrepreneurs also enhance living standard of their family which in turn help in development of the country. A sample of 50 women entrepreneurs are selected for the purpose on the basis of observation and interview. The present study “Empowering Women through Entrepreneurship: with Special reference to entrepreneurs in Haryana” is an attempt to sketch the role of unorganized women entrepreneurs in transforming the standard of life of women.
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Unique Paper ID: 156748

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 3

Page(s): 871 - 875
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