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  • 1.  To explore women’s consciousness regarding their inherent abilities  To investigate the women’s potential during their entrepreneurship  To problematize the women’s psyche and their potential in view of GDP
  • 2.  The questionnaire is designed to survey the women of higher and lower income group to explore their negligent attitude to find space for themselves even if they are aware of their inherent talents  Three case studies to understand the women consciousness to identify their skills and their capacity to empower themselves
  • 3.  The study is empirical on 40 women out of which 20 are from higher income and 20 are from lower income group respectively. Udaipur city area 20 Female  The higher income women fall within the range of monthly income Rs. 40000/- and the lower income group are from those that draw salary less than 10000/- Higher Income Group> 20 Female Lower Income Group >40,000/ rs. Per month <10,000/ rs. Per month
  • 4. 45-55 15% 10% 35% 40% 35-45 25-35 15-25 25% 30% 25% 20% low high
  • 5. 90% 82% 80% 70% 60% 60% 50% 40% 32% 30% 20% 12% 10% 0% 0% Illiterate School high 8% College low
  • 6. 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% high 70% low 30% 20% 15% 10% 10% 0% Self employment 0% 10% Private Job 20% Govt. Job
  • 7. Teaching, 10 high income group Teaching, 4 Event Mgt. , 4 Designing, 6 Stitching, 16 Hospitality, 4 Painting, 7 lower income group Cooking, 29 Embroidery , 12 Music, 12 Designing, Cooking 4 Embroidery Stitching, Music 15 Painting Hospitality, Hospitality 3 Stitching Painting, 3 Designing Music, 4 Event Mgt. Embroidery Teaching , 21 Cooking Embroidery Music Cooking, 46 Painting Hospitality Stitching Designing Event Mgt. Teaching
  • 8. lower income group Teaching, 4 Designing, 4 Cooking Embroidery Stitching, 15 Hospitality, 3 Painting, 3 Music, 4 Embroidery , 21 Music Cooking, 46 Painting Hospitality Stitching Designing Event Mgt. Teaching
  • 9. Age : 38 Years  Education: Illiterate  Present Address: Gudli Road, Mavli.  Entrepreneur: Initially she started with milk & curd later on Ghee and paneer was also started to sell. 
  • 10. Age: 43 Years  Education Illiterate  Present Address: Neemaj Mata, Devali. ◦ Entrepreneur : Bags/Files/ folders/ Quills etc. 
  • 11. Age : 47 Years  Education : 5th Class passed  Present Address : Shrinath Marg, Udaipur  Entrepreneur : Prepare – Papad Mangodi, Papdi of different flavors 
  • 12. lack of finance,  constant nagging,  fear of being discouraged,  improper living conditions,  marketing problem,  Unskilled and untrained  low income 
  • 13.  Smt. Vardi Bai Gameti  She got the family support and now she become confident to face all the challenges of life by this way she improved her standard and quality of life. Now she is land mark in the field of milk Saras Dairy Marketing.
  • 14.  She improved her skills by hard work, she participated in trainings and fairs organized by Govt. She improved her creativity also according to market demand.
  • 15.  Initially staff members of CWS motivated her by purchasing her prepared product.  She got whole heartedly family support & every member helped in preparation in making & distribution in market.
  • 16. All 100% 100% Institutions 100% 100% Society 100% 100% NGO 100% 100% Govt. 100% 100% Family Members 100% 100% L% H%
  • 17.         It has been found that 30% of higher and about 60 % lower group negligent of their inherent skills. Both are bound by Social, economic, and cultural conditions. Generally women resource is deprived of support and promotion. Their income is considered as only a part of their self reliance. If they get moral support and recognition the women resource become enterprising and empowered. Their contribution in GDP can enhance human potential and national income unless the family, the state/ nation rear their inherent skills right from childhood. Dr. Jayshree Singh, Asst. Prof. of English, B.N.P.G.Girls’ College, Udaipur. Dr. Dolly Gandhi, UGC Center for Women Studies, MLSU, Udaipur.