EVALUATION OF THE MONETARY STATUS, DYNAMIC STATUS AND SOCIETAL POSITION OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS IN THE PROVINCE OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR
Phd Scholar, Vivekananda Global University, Jaipur,email@example.com)
Supervisor, Vivekananda Global University, Jaipur
As a result of economic liberalization and globalization, women entrepreneurs in India are gaining prominence. Opportunities for women to gain economic independence have expanded thanks to policies and institutions that encourage and support the acquisition of entrepreneurial skills and the pursuit of vocational education and training. However, only a third of business owners are female. Across the economic and social spectrums, India is home to a plethora of women business owners who have made their mark. They’re doing fine so far. To help prepare the next generation of Indian workers for the workforce, the government instituted the National Skill Development Policy and National Skill Development Mission in 2009. However, the government cannot be solely responsible for fostering entrepreneurial spirit and training future workers; other stakeholders must also bear this burden. Indeed, the Hindu scriptures portray women as the very personification of shakti. In reality, however, she is referred to by her given name, Abla. Women are abandoning careers in droves to stay at home with their children. To start businesses rather than stay at home and raise children. Women’s emancipation and subsequent entry into the business world as entrepreneurs have reshaped the nation’s demographic business and economic growth landscape. Scholars are increasingly intrigued by the growing influence of businesses owned by women in society and the economy. In this paper to study the Evaluation of the monetary status, dynamic status and societal position of women entrepreneurs in the province of Jammu and Kashmir.
Keywords: monetary status, dynamic status, social position, women entrepreneurs