A Study on the Critical Business Problems Faced by Women Entrepreneurs in Rajasthan
Entrepreneurship has been an important channel for the growth of socio-economic environment of any nation as it boosts employment, imparts in manufacturing and exports, generates revenue and eradicates poverty. Although entrepreneurship is a tough task for women but women entrepreneurs are playing vital role in the Indian economy. Rate of the development of women entrepreneurship is very poor, if compared with other well developed economies. In India, women entrepreneurs face number of obstacles during start-up stage and running up of their enterprise. These critical issues need to be addressed properly by the government so that women entrepreneurs can participate in the development of the economy. Therefore, this paper makes an attempt to study the business problems faced by women entrepreneurs in Rajasthan during start-up and running up of their enterprise. The study also throws the light on the lack of adequate information about the schemes of financial institutions for women entrepreneurs and lack of enthusiasm of officials to finance women entrepreneurs.
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