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Title: A study on women entrepreneurship with special reference to Tirunelveli district
Researcher: Vargheese Antony Jesurajan S
Guide(s): Edwin Gnanadhas M
Keywords: Commerce
Numerous barriers
Tirunelveli District
Women entrepreneurship
Upload Date: 12-Dec-2013
University: Manonmaniam Sundaranar University
Completed Date: March, 2011
Abstract: Women were the first humans to taste bondage. She was a slave before slavery existed. Inferiority can largely be attributed to her sexual peculiarities. Man has always played the role of a lord; as a result, his physical and mental development took place at a good pace befitting his occupation and field of interest. On the contrary, the overall growth of women remained stunted . By sheer custom even the most ignorant and worthless man has been enjoying superiority over women, which he does not deserve. Women were denied the benefit of education. They had no opportunities to develop their natural capacities and became helpless, illiterate, narrow-minded and peevish . Of the world s one billion illiterate adults, two-third is women.Economically, women have been making progress but still men enjoy a larger share of the cake. In India, although women constitute approximately 50 per cent of the total population, entrepreneurial world is still a male-dominated one . newline The general attitude of the people about women entrepreneurs is that they are makers of pickles, papads, masalas and other household goods. Women entering the field of business face numerous barriers and tangible obstacles. They have to overcome the struggles and frustrations and handicaps to emerge as entrepreneurs and to achieve success in business. When it comes to competition, women have to fight on the same footing as men. Survival and growth come from individual competencies and skills and not from concessions given to women entrepreneurs.
Pagination: 214p.
Appears in Departments:Scott Christian College

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