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Entrepreneurship

In the present era of globalisation, women entrepreneurship is inevitable for economic development. Majority of women in India are economically engaged in productive but non-remunerative activities. With the increase in the number of women getting education, there is considerable awareness among women to be self-employed thus leading to change in the role of women in the society.

- G Janaki Ramachandran, head - Academic Programme & administration, IIM Visakhapatnam

 

Key Challenges

Lack of self-confidence 

Society’s perception of women as a dependent person

Insufficient financial resources

Lack of family support

Gender bias

Lack of entrepreneurial skills

Employment security

Resolutions

Develop skills required for entrepreneurship through different courses

Meet successful entrepreneurs, take advice and work with them

Encourage friends to go for Start-ups

Participate in more Startup programs

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