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Research Paper | Education Management | India | Volume 8 Issue 1, January 2019
Role of Education for Promotion of Women Entrepreneurs
Abstract: Women's finance provincial women are as of now logically kept up their own one of a kind business yet their venturesome potential, managerial aptitude and money related duty remain commonly rejected in the general public. Female business enhancement is the basic segment of women reinforcing. Reinforcing through big business prompts vanity and makes women careful about their status, nearness, right and their circumstance in the general public. ial and social improvement is vital for generally monetary advancement of society and country as well. Lack of family support, non-participation of male partners, feeble haggling position, mental obstructions, absence of encounters, lack of learning, absence of society bolster, physical and mental badgering amid the work, official formalities in getting advances for setting up a business, poor relational abilities, absence of mindfulness about credit offices for ladies, absence of foundation offices, strict government approaches, absence of showcasing aptitudes and horrible market practices and so on are some the real issues looked by ladies. Alongside Govt activities, plans and projects, the spotlight ought to be put on empowering ladies business people through suitable motivating forces by the instructive organizations time to time for ladies, The should be curriculum through online distance courses as well as in regular courses to actively promote social entrepreneurship in educational institutes. Different motivational plans should be also run by universities and academic institution for awareness of society in general and women in particular. For the involvement of maximum young entrepreneurs, a web or social media connecting the entire entrepreneurial system should be recognized by educational institutes or departments like social works departments, educational training institutes and management departments in universities.
Keywords: Women entrepreneurship, Education
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 1, January 2019,
Pages: 2208 - 2211