Women Entrepreneurship in Rural India

Keshari Nandan Mishra


The paper indicates and emphasizes the women entrepreneurs as the potentially emerging human resource in the 21st century to overcome the economic challenges in global perspective. Women of 21st century is no more a traditional resource confined to homes only rather an educated, knowledgeable and innovative part of the overall population possessing the capacity to transform economies into thriving enterprises. Developing and developed nations have realized that developing women entrepreneurship is indispensable to flourish as economically dominant nation in the modern high-tech world. The present study deals with history of women’s economic development, current context of women in SHGs, opportunities, constraints of women entrepreneurs. This paper tries to highlight the women’s sustainable development is inevitable and possible with some helping hand.



women entrepreneurs, human resource, SHGs, population, sustainable development

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