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  1. 1. BARRIERS TOBARRIERS TO DEVELOPMENTDEVELOPMENT ANDAND PROGRESSION OFPROGRESSION OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSWOMEN ENTREPRENEURS IN INDIAIN INDIA
  2. 2. INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION • What is an Entrepreneur?What is an Entrepreneur? ““ An entrepreneur is some one who is a risk taker and isAn entrepreneur is some one who is a risk taker and is ready to face challenges.”ready to face challenges.” • What is Women Entrepreneur?What is Women Entrepreneur? ““ It may be define as a woman or group of women whoIt may be define as a woman or group of women who initiate, organize and run business enterprise.”initiate, organize and run business enterprise.” Government of India has defined women entrepreneursGovernment of India has defined women entrepreneurs as an enterprise owned and controlled by a womenas an enterprise owned and controlled by a women having a minimum financial interest of 51 % of the capitalhaving a minimum financial interest of 51 % of the capital and giving at least 51% of the employment generated inand giving at least 51% of the employment generated in the enterprise to women.the enterprise to women.
  3. 3. ROLE OF A WOMENROLE OF A WOMEN AS A ENTREPRENEURAS A ENTREPRENEUR • IMAGINATIVEIMAGINATIVE • ATTRIBUTE TO WORK HARDATTRIBUTE TO WORK HARD • RISK TAKERRISK TAKER • ABILITY AND DESIRE TO TAKE RISKABILITY AND DESIRE TO TAKE RISK • PROFIT EARNING CAPACITYPROFIT EARNING CAPACITY
  4. 4. WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSWOMEN ENTREPRENEURS OFOF INDIAINDIA "My vision is to grow into a global bio therapeutics company with very innovative and proprietary products and technologies." - Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, CEO, Biocon “Seeing your own production being aired is a great kick and the fact that most of them figure among the top ten TRP rating makes me feel wonderful.” - Ekta Kapoor, Creative Director, Balaji Telefilms "I do not sell products. I sell an entire civilization in a jar." - Shahnaz Husain
  5. 5. BARRIERS FACED BYBARRIERS FACED BY WOMENWOMEN ENTREPRENEURSENTREPRENEURSLack of Working CapitalLack of Working Capital Socio – Cultural BarriersSocio – Cultural Barriers Marketing problemsMarketing problems Absence Of EnterpreneurialAbsence Of Enterpreneurial AptitudeAptitude
  6. 6. Family conflictsFamily conflicts Severe competitionSevere competition Shortage of raw materialsShortage of raw materials Lack Of TrainingLack Of Training
  7. 7. SCHEMESSCHEMES FORFOR WOMENWOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIPENTREPRENEURSHIP
  8. 8. 1.MAHILA VIKAS NIDHI1.MAHILA VIKAS NIDHI 2.MAHILA UDHAM NIDHI2.MAHILA UDHAM NIDHI 3.TRAINING CUM3.TRAINING CUM PRODUCTION CENTRESPRODUCTION CENTRES
  9. 9. 4.TRADE RELATED4.TRADE RELATED ENTERPRENEURSHIPENTERPRENEURSHIP ASSISTANCE ANDASSISTANCE AND DEVLOPMENTDEVLOPMENT
  10. 10. SUGGESTIONS FORSUGGESTIONS FOR GROWTH OF WOMENGROWTH OF WOMEN ENTERPRENEURSENTERPRENEURS 1.1. Change In AttitudesChange In Attitudes 2.2. TrainingTraining 3.3. Self Recognition & Decision makingSelf Recognition & Decision making AuthorityAuthority 4.4. Provision Of AmenitiesProvision Of Amenities 5.5. Inculcating Marketing skillsInculcating Marketing skills
  11. 11. • EFFORTS BYEFFORTS BY ROOHAN NIJJARROOHAN NIJJAR TARANPREET KAURTARANPREET KAUR
  12. 12. THANK YOUTHANK YOU
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