INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT –A STUDY ON INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENT FOR PROMOTING WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN INDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KARNATAKA STATE

Uma S.N , Dr. H.N. Ramesh

Abstract


In India several institutions are devoted in prompting women entrepreneurship. The Government of India has taken an active step towards Empowering Women Entrepreneurs in all the business areas. Institutions provide several schemes for initiation and sustenance of startups, specifically managed by Women entrepreneurs. The Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises of Government of India has opened women’s cell to provide Assistance to women entrepreneurs. The Women and Child Development department has launched several Income generating schemes. In that they are providing assistance in setting up the training cum income generating activates for the needy women Entrepreneurs .This Paper aims to understand the different types of institutions in National, State and non government level institutions, which are supporting women entrepreneurs. It doesn’t only deal with number of institutions helping or supporting women entrepreneurs but also evaluates the various schemes and benefits for empowering women in the field of entrepreneurship.


Keywords


Institutions, Schemes, Benefits, Women, promotions

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