The Changing Role of Women Entrepreneurs in Jodhpur

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TERM PAPER

ON

A Detailed study
On
“THE CHANGING ROLE OF WOMEN ENTERPRENEURES IN JODHPUR”

Submitted in partial fulfillment for the award of

Degree of
Master of Business Administration
Of
Department of Management Studies
Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur
(2009-2011)

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Under the supervision of: Submitted by:
Dr. Ashwini Agarwal Richa Srivastav
Dept. Of Management Studies MBA Semester III

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

With pleasure I extend my deep sense of gratitude to my supervisor Dr. Ashwini Agarwal, for his honorable guidance and encouragement. Without his valuable views this study would not have seen the light of day. I’m indebted to our head of the department Dr. Mrs. Meeta Nihalani for her valuable suggestions in course of statistical work. I would also like to thank all the staff members and my family for their cooperation given in doing the work on this term paper.

Richa Srivastav

MBA Semester 1

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DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
JAI NARAIN VYAS UNIVERSITY
JODHPUR

CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that the term paper on
“THE CHANGING ROLE OF WOMEN ENTERPRENEURES IN JODHPUR” has been prepared by Ms. Richa Srivastav in the partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of degree M.B.A. This term paper has been prepared under my supervision and is approved for submission.

DATE: December 15, 2009 Dr. Ashwini Agarwal
PLACE: Jodhpur

INDEX

|S.No. | CHAPTER |PAGE. No. |
| |Introduction

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