PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF WOMEN EMPLOYMENT IN INDIA

Dr. Jagdish Prasad Baisantri

Abstract


As in the case of employment, women face a number of constraints in pursuing entrepreneurship as a means of livelihood. The most important factors pertaining to business success are, a good business proposition, availability of adequate funding, and an understanding of how to set up and manage the business. The barriers that exist in this domain are also closely linked to the structural challenges that women face given existing gender norms. For instance, women can conceptualise ideas for and enter only select business domains.

Keywords


Women, Employment, barriers, Empowerment and Entrepreneurship.

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