Women Empowerment Through Entrepreneurship

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Women Empowerment through Entrepreneurship
Dr. Sunita Arya Shweta Narang Assistant ProfessorAssistant Professor Shri Vaishnav Institute of Law, Vishisht School of Management, Indore Indore Email: sunita_arya11@yahoo.com Email: shweta861@gmail.com Mob.: 9302124986 Mob.: 8085633171 Kusum Joshi Assistant Professor Indore Institute of Law, Indore Email: kusumjoshi10@yahoo.com
Mob.: 9425061587

1. Introduction
2. Empowerment for women with Information and Communication Technology (ICT) a. The Need ICT For Women
b. Women Entrepreneur and ICT
c. Urban women and ICT
d. Rural women and ICT
3. Schemes for the Development and Promotion of Women Entrepreneurs. a. Trade Related Entrepreneurship Assistance And Development Scheme For Women (Tread) b. Micro & Small Enterprises Cluster Development Programme (MSE-CDP) (i) Existing Clusters

(ii) Creation of physical infrastructure
(iii) Credit Guarantee Fund Scheme For Micro And Small Entreprises (iv) Support For Entrepreneurial And Managerial Development (v) Exhibitions For Women Under Promotional Package For Micro & Small Enterprises Approved By CCEA Under Marketing Support

4. Women’s Entrepreneurship: Issues and Policies.
5. Conclusion.
6. Bibliography

Women Empowerment through Entrepreneurship
1. Introduction:
Entrepreneurship is the future of the modern society. They are the   driving forces behind   Indian economy. Entrepreneurs are people who come out with a new ideas, innovations, do things, which are not generally done in the ordinary course of a business. Empowerment of women entrepreneur is a new mantra   for development of economy. Mainly   women   entrepreneur, they still represent a minority of all entrepreneurs.   It is observed that women entrepreneur networks are major sources of knowledge about women’s entrepreneurship and they are increasingly recognized as a valuable tool for its development and promotion. Of the 1.3 billion people who live in absolute poverty around the globe, 70 percent are women   work two-thirds of the world’s working hours; Women earn only 10 percent of the world’s income. Women own less than 1 percent of the world’s property.   .Introduction to Entrepreneurship was previously considered to be unknown quality of an individual and hence it was believed that entrepreneurs are born and not made. But recent studies have proved that Entrepreneurial activities can be planned and developed in an individual through creation of opportunities, extended Facilities, Allowing Incentives, Developing Competence and group sensitiveness in an individual for all those factors Entrepreneurship is a social phenomenon and it is not inherent within a person, rather it exists in the interaction between people. It reflects a ray of hope for the unemployed to earn a living and maintain a dignified life and also for the economic development of the country. Our vision of emerging as a superpower by 2020 will pivot momentously on Entrepreneurial shoulders. Equal opportunity between men and women from the perspective of entrepreneurship is still not a reality. Women are the equal beneficiaries to the advantages offered by technology, and the products and processes, which are by product of the technology use. However, it should not be confined to elite group of society but to flow to the other segments of women in Indian society. The study wanted to know about infrastructure (social, economical, educational, etc.) available to different segments of the women and...
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