Volume No. :   5

Issue No. :  2

Year :  2014

ISSN Print :  0976-495X

ISSN Online :  2321-5763


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Scenario of Women Entrepreneurs in India



Address:   Dr. Bharati Verma
Assistant Professor, Commerce Department, Bhilai Mahila Mahavidyalya, Bhilai CG
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ABSTRACT:
The entrepreneur is an economic man, who tries maximizing his profits by innovations. Innovation involve problem and entrepreneur get satisfaction from using capabilities in attacking problems. A woman entrepreneur is the process where by the women take the lead and organizes the business or industry and provides employment to others. Though it is a new phenomenon in India , still women are extending out and developments is taking place not only in urban areas but rural and semi urban areas as well. There are up teen problem faced by women right from the idea of initiating an enterprise till the enterprise lives .Women entrepreneur are those women who think of a business operate the business take risk and handle economic uncertainties involved in running business with education and training, the women have gained confidence to do all work which was the privilege of man and do it excellently than man. Educate women have become ambitious, acquired experience and basic skill of competency and self assurance . The need of the hour is economic independence for women .this paper is conceptual frame work, based on secondary data and mainly focusing on problems of women entrepreneur and their role, supportive measures of the government of India, prospects of women entrepreneur. Right efforts on from all areas are required in the development of women entrepreneurs and their greater participation in the entrepreneurial activities. Hence forth, promoting entrepreneurship among women is certainly a short-cut to rapid economic growth and development.
KEYWORDS:
Entrepreneur, women empowerment, prospects, opportunities, economic development.
Cite:
Bharati Verma. Scenario of Women Entrepreneurs in India. Asian J. Management 5(2): April-June, 2014 page 125-128.
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