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CHALLENGES FACED BY WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS IN INDIA

ROAD MAP OF THE PRESENTATION


Who are women entrepreneurs Activities of women entrepreneurs Challenges faced How to develop women entrepreneurs Indian women entrepreneurs Conclusion Video

WHO ARE WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS


INITIATE

ORGANISE

OPERATE

Government of India has defined women entrepreneurs as an enterprise owned and controlled by a women Having a minimum financial interest of 51% of the capital And giving at least 51% of employment generated in the enterprise to women.

FUNCTIONS OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS


RISK TAKER CONTROL

INNOVATIONS LEADERSHIP

COORDINATION

EXPLORATION OF PROSPECTS

CHALLENGES

CHALLENGES

Women in India are faced many problems to get ahead their life in business. The greatest deterrent to women entrepreneurs is that they are women. Indian society is patriarchal and Indian women are traditionally considered to be homemakers and not 'businesswomen.'

LOW RISK BEARING

LEGAL FORMALITIES

EXPLOITATION

LIMITED MOBILITY

MANAGERIAL APTITUDE

How to Develop Women Entrepreneurs?


Right efforts on from all areas are required in the development of women entrepreneurs and their greater participation in the entrepreneurial activities. Following efforts can be taken into account for effective development of women entrepreneurs.

IMPROVEMENT IN TRAINING PROGRAMMES

TRAINING IN ENTREPRENEURIAL ATTITUDE

PROGRAMMES FOR ENCOURAGING WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP

CHANGE IN THINKING COUNSELLING

ENCOURAGE DECISION MAKING

TRAINING PROGRAMME ON MANAGEMENT SKILLS

BETTER EDUCATIIONAL FACILITIES

FAMOUS INDIAN WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS


1) INDRA NOOYI - is an Indian-born American business executive. She is the current Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of PepsiCo, the second largest food & beverage business in the world (by net revenue). According to Forbes, she is consistently ranked among World's 100 Most Powerful Women.

2) KIRAN MAZUMDAR SHAW - is an Indian entrepreneur. She is the Chairman & Managing Director of Biocon Limited a biotechnology company based in Bangalore (Bangaluru), India. 3)NAINA LAL KIDWAI - is an Indian business executive. She is currently the Group General Manager and Country Head of the HSBC India

4) CHANDA KOCHHAR - is currently the Managing Director (MD) of ICICI Bank and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). ICICI Bank is India's largest private bank and overall second largest bank in the country. She also heads the Corporate Centre of ICICI Bank. 5)EKTA KAPOOR - is an Indian TV and film producer. She is the Joint Managing Director and Creative Director of Balaji Telefilms, her production company.

CONCLUSION
Independence brought promise of equality of opportunity in all sphere to the Indian women and laws guaranteeing for their equal rights of participation in political process and equal opportunities and rights in education and employment were enacted. But unfortunately, the government sponsored development activities have benefited only a small section of women. The large majority of them are still unaffected by change and development activities have benefited only a small section of women i.e. the urban middle class women. The large majority of them are still unaffected by change and development

The large majority of them are still unaffected by change and development. The reasons are well sighted in the discussion part of this presentation It is hoped that the suggestions forwarded in the article will help the entrepreneurs in particular and policy-planners in general to look into this problem and develop better schemes, developmental programmes and opportunities to the women folk to enter into more entrepreneurial ventures.