Women-Empowerment Through Women Entrepreneurship (A Study Of Faizabad Zone Of Uttar-Pradesh)
Women are regarded as better half of the society. In traditional Indian societies, they were confined to four walls. In modern society, they come out of four walls to participate in all types of activities including entrepreneurship. In India empowering women through entrepreneurship has become an integral part of our development efforts because of 3 important reasons viz. Women development, Economic growth and Social stability. Present study is conducted to analyse the contribution by women-entrepreneurs in economic development of nation and also to find out the current problems, which they are facing in their businesses. The study is conducted in Faizabad zone of Uttar-Pradesh. In present study it is found that this enterprise is appropriate for those women entrepreneurs who are having problem to outside home due to family responsibility or their culture. They can start this venture inside their home. Key words: Women-empowerment, Entrepreneurship, Beauty-parlor business, Socio-economic development, Correlation.
|Date of creation:||Sep 2013|
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- David Audretsch, 2004. "Sustaining Innovation and Growth: Public Policy Support for Entrepreneurship," Industry and Innovation, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 11(3), pages 167-191.
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