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ISBN: 9788178355825    Publisher: Kalpaz Publications Year of publishing: 2007     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 300        Language: English
Description Contents:- Contents, Preface, Introduction, List of Contributors, 1. The Concept and Theories of Entrepreneurship, Introduction • Theories of Entrepreneurship • An, Economic Theory • Theory...Read more
Description Contents:- Contents, Preface, Introduction, List of Contributors, 1. The Concept and Theories of Entrepreneurship, Introduction • Theories of Entrepreneurship • An, Economic Theory • Theory of High Achievement, • Theory of Profit • Theory of Adjustment of Price, • Theory of Market Equilibrium • Modern Concept, • Conclusion, Medha Mehta, 2. Issues and Problems of Women, Entrepreneurship, Introduction • Basic Problems of Women • Problems, of Women Entrepreneurs • Awareness • Conclusion, Varsha P. Jobanputra, 3. Awareness about Factories Acts for Women, Entrepreneurship, Introduction • The Small Scale Enterprises are, being regulated and governed by the following acts, • Conclusion, Shantaben Makawana, 4. Women Entrepreneurship Information about, Financial Facility, Introduction • Financial Institutions • Financial, assistance is being Provided by ICICI • Conclusion, Mandaliya Nilamben V., 13, 17, 21, 25, 31, 37, 41, 6 Women and Entrepreneurship, 5. The Challenges, Prospects and Problems to, Women Entrepreneurs, Scenario of Gujarat • Entrepreneurship Development, for Women • SWOT Analysis of a Typical, Unemployed Educated Urban / Semi Urban Women, SWOT Analysis • The Challenges for Women, Entrepreneurship • Problems to Women, Entrepreneurs • Prospects to Women Entrepreneurs, Shailesh Vasavada, 6. The Encouragement Provided to the Women, Entrepreneurship, Introduction • The term "entrepreneur" is defined, in a variety of ways • Some National Financial, Institutions for Entrepreneurship Development, • Some State Financial Institution for, Entrepreneurship Development • Discussion, • Conclusion, Maithili T. Pathak, 7. Capacity Building - Means and Ends Towards, Economic Empowerment of Women, Introduction: The Context • Typologies of Women, Entrepreneurs • Why Women-operated Micro-, Businesses do not grow? • The Macro Sphere • The, Meso (Institutional Sphere) • The Micro Sphere, • Constraints Faced by Women Entrepreneurs, • Constraints Faced by Women Entrepreneurs, • The Situation of Women Entrepreneurs • Women, Entrepreneurship and Support Activities, • Constraints of Potential Women Entrepreneurs, and Development Inputs • Sequencing of MEDP, Activities and Inputs: A Brief Outline • Institutional, Capacity Building - Meso Sphere • Market, Segmentation and Product Differentiation, • Provision of Specialist Support • Conclusion, Dinesh Awasthi and Manoj Mishra, 8. Women Entrepreneurs in Lower Middle Class, Families and Their Problems, Introduction • Material and Method • Results, 47, 55, 63, 83, and Discussion • Discussion • Conclusion, • Acknowledgement, Kamalamani Rao, 9. Scope of Women Entrepreneurship through, Home Science Curriculum in Traditional, University, Introduction • Entrepreneurship Through Home, Science Curriculum, Kamble Rajkumar and Shinde Ulka, 10. Entrepreneurial Motivation: A Comparative, Study on Male and Female Entrepreneurs, Abstract • Methodology • Findings • Conclusion, • Implication • Bibliography, Bishnupriya Dasgupta, 11. Training Women to Start Day Care Centres in, Baroda City, Introduction • Child Care Training: Why do we need?, • Importance and Need of Child Care Services, • Choosing a Day-Care Centre • What parents should, think about when choosing Day-Care Centres, • Justification of the Project • Major Objective of, the Project • Specific Objectives of the Project, • Methodology • Evaluation of the Project, • Suggestions given by the Participants • Problems, during the Project Work • Conclusion, and Recommendations • Recommendations, • Bibliography, Darshnini Durkal and Rameshwari Pandya, 12. A Study of Small Scale Enterprises, (Industries) Training Centre by N.G.Os. for, Women Entrepreneurs, Introduction • Objectives • Material and Method, • Result and Discussions • Conclusion • Suggesions, • Acknowledgement, Manisha N. Khakhar, 13. A Study of the Attitude of New Generation, Girls Regarding Entrepreneurship, Introduction • Methods and Materials • Result, 89, 93, 101, 127, 137, Contents 7, 8 Women and Entrepreneurship, and Detailed Interpretations • Conclusion, • Acknowledgement, Ranch Bhavna D., 14. Problems Faced by Women Entrepreneur and, Importance of Training in their Enterprise, Method and Material • Result and Discussions, • Conclusion, Varsha P. Chhichhia, 15. Handicrafts and Entrepreneurship, Introduction • Materials and Method • Conclusion, Veena Somani, 16. Pioneering Innovative Women Entrepreneurs', Classifications and their Problems, Introduction • Studies on Women Entrepreneurs, • Functions of an Entrepreneur • Qualities of an, Entrepreneur • Types of Entrepreneurship, • Classification of Entrepreneurs • Escaping to, Something New • Putting the Deal Together, • Rollover Skills/Contacts • Purchasing a Firm, • Leveraging Expertise • Aggressive Service, • Pursuing the Unique Idea • Methodical Organising, • A Further Classification on the basis of the, Entrepreneur's use of Pioneering Innovative (PI), Heuristics can be made (Mathew, 1999) • Problems, of Women Enterprises • Conclusion, Sucheta Singh, 17. Cultivating Entrepreneurship Education, Introduction • Need for Entrepreneurship, • Traditional and Contemporary Approach, • Envisioning Entrepreneurship Education, • Conclusion, Anjali Pahad and Avani Maniar, 18. Women Entrepreneurs: Problems and, Difficulties, Definition • Women Entrepreneurs • Financial, Problems • Lack of Education and Technical, Knowledge/Skills • Social Problems • Psychological, 143, 151, 159, 179, 185, Problems • Lacking of High Achievement Motivation, • Other Problems, Shilpa Kapadia and Shetal Barodia, 19. Women Entrepreneurship, Introduction • Academic Entrepreneurship refers to, the Empowerment of Academicians to Design, • Develop and Implement the need based Programs, • A Paradigm Shift • Academician and, Entrepreneurship • Conclusion, Varsha Parikh, 20. Entrepreneurial Competencies, Personnel Management • Time Management, • Negotiation • Management of Fixed Assets, • Financial Management • Budget and Control, • Marketing and Selling, Bishnupriya Dasgupta, 21. Institutional Support for Women, Entrepreneurs, Institutional Support • National Level Standing, Committee on Women Entrepreneurs • Small, Industries Development Organisation (SIDO), • National Institute for Entrepreneurship and, Small Business Development (NIESBUD), • Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI), • National Institute of Small Industries Extension, Training • Hyderabad (NIESIET) • National, Research Development Corporation of India • Small, Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI), • National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC), • State Bank of India • Industrial Development Bank, of India (IDBI) • IFCI Scheme of Interest Subsidy, for Women Entrepreneurs • National Association, of Women Entrepreneur and Executives • Suggested, Areas as Suitable to Indian Women Entrepreneurs, • Problems Faced by Women Entrepreneurs, • Conclusion • Suggestions, Sarjoo Patel, Vrushali Datar, Veena Gandotra and, Ms. Sonia Thakur, 191, 195, 203, Contents 9, 10 Women and Entrepreneurship, 22. Women Entrepreneurship Training: A Need of, an Hour, Introduction • Entrepreneurship has two Distinct, Aspects • Realization for Development of Women, Entrepreneur • Entrepreneurship Development, Programmes • Entrepreneurship Programme, Contents • Need for Developing Women, Entrepreneurship • Title: An Action Project to, Promote Entrepreneurship Among the Women of, Baroda City in the Year 1999-2000 was undertaken, • Bibliography, Asha Patil and Dimple Kshatriya, 23. What Motivated Women to Adopt an, Entrepreneurial Career? A Study, Abstract • Introduction, Objectives of the Study, • Methodology • Major Findings of the Study, • Motives Responsible for the Respondent's, Entrepreneurial Career • Financial • Social, • Personal • Familial • Motives for Running the, Enterprise • Source of Idea Generation • Reasons, for the Choice of the Present Line of Enterprise, • Conclusion, Dr. Neerja Jaiswal, 24. The Role of Banking to Encourage the, Entrepreneurship in Women, Abstract • Introduction • Materials and Methods, • Result and Discussions • Opinion of the Women, Entrepreneurs • Branch Manager's Opinion, • Conclusion, Bharti V. Oza, 25. Farm Oriented Microenterprises for Women, Meaning of Microenterprise • Why to Promote, Microenterprises? • Planning for Women's Microenterprises, Promotion • Goat Farming • A case of, woman goat farmer • Bee Keeping • A case of woman, bee keeper • Vermicompost • A case of, vermicomposting by woman farmer • Silk Cocoon, Production • Case Study • Conclusion, Shobha Nagnur, Channamma N. and Geeta, Channal, 221, 235, 267, 247, 253, 26. Constraints in Utilization of Drip Irrigation, Technology in Agricultural Entrepreneurship, Abstract • Introduction • Methodology • Result and, Discussion • Conclusions, B.N. Kalsariya, M.N. Popat and N.D. Bharad &, K.M. Karetha, 27. Farm Women's Behaviour to Agricultural, Entrepreneurship on Improved Mango, Cultivation, Abstract • Introduction • Methodology • Findings, and Discussion • Conclusion, B.R. Karkar, M.C. Dhaduk, B.N. Kalsariya and, N.D. Bharad, 28. Self Help Group: An Accelerate of Sustainable, Production in Agricultural Entrepreneurship, Abstract • Introduction • Methodology • Results and, Discussion • Conclusion, N.D. Bharad, B.N. Kalsariya, B.R. Karkar and, M.N. Popat, 29. Correlates of Knowledge of Farm Women on, Improved Mango Cultivation, Abstract • Introduction • Methodology • Findings, and Discussion • Conclusion • Implication, M.C. Dhaduk, B.R. Karkar, B.N. Kalsariya and, N.D. Bharad, 30. Scope of Women Entrepreneurship through, Home Science Curriculum in Traditional, University, Introduction • Comparison of Home Science, Education Between Science Oriented and Social, Sciences Stream • Entrepreneurship through Home, Science Curriculum, Kamble Rajkumar and Shinde Ulka, 31. Entrepreneurship: A Key to Empowerment, Introduction • Empowerment of Women • Status of, Women Entrepreneurs • Recommendations, • Conclusion, Sangeeta Patel, 261, 267, 275, 283, 289, 293, Contents 11, 12 Women and Entrepreneurship, 32. Women Entrepreneurs in Lower Middle Class, Families and Their Problems, Introduction • Material and Method • Results, and Discussion • Discussion • Conclusion, • Acknowledgement, Kamalamani Rao, 33. Constraints of Women Entrepreneurs, Abstract • Introduction • Objectives of the Study, • Methods and Procedures • Findings of the Study, • Marketing / Sales Problems • Legal Problems, • Other Problems • Nature of Problem Solving, • Conclusion, Neerja Jaiswal, 34. Women Entrepreneurship and Micro, Enterprises - Some Potential for Economic, Development, Challenges of Women Entrepreneurship, • Bibliography, Anuradha Mathu, Appendix, Index, 303, 313, 323, 331, 339About The Book:- This Book Is An Attempt To Make Each Reader Into A Potential Entrepreneur. This Book Is Intended For Trainers Who Want To Make Their Trainees Into Efficient Entrepreneurs For The Student And Teachers Of Various Institutes Of Entrepreneurship, For The Students In The Departments Of Home Science Extension And Communication Or Extension Eucation. The Institutes Like Edi -A 'Bad And Edcell At Baroad And Various Such Instituted Will Find This Book Very Useful For Their Various Entrepreneurship Related Programmes And Courses.,Content:- Contents, Preface, Introduction, List Of Contributors, 1. The Concept And Theories Of Entrepreneurship, Introduction • Theories Of Entrepreneurship • An, Economic Theory • Theory Of High Achievement, • Theory Of Profit • Theory Of Adjustment Of Price, • Theory Of Market Equilibrium • Modern Concept, • Conclusion, Medha Mehta, 2. Issues And Problems Of Women, Entrepreneurship, Introduction • Basic Problems Of Women • Problems, Of Women Entrepreneurs • Awareness • Conclusion, Varsha P. Jobanputra, 3. Awareness About Factories Acts For Women, Entrepreneurship, Introduction • The Small Scale Enterprises Are, Being Regulated And Governed By The Following Acts, • Conclusion, Shantaben Makawana, 4. Women Entrepreneurship Information About, Financial Facility, Introduction • Financial Institutions • Financial, Assistance Is Being Provided By Icici • Conclusion, Mandaliya Nilamben V., 13, 17, 21, 25, 31, 37, 41, 6 Women And Entrepreneurship, 5. The Challenges, Prospects And Problems To, Women Entrepreneurs, Scenario Of Gujarat • Entrepreneurship Development, For Women • Swot Analysis Of A Typical, Unemployed Educated Urban / Semi Urban Women, Swot Analysis • The Challenges For Women, Entrepreneurship • Problems To Women, Entrepreneurs • Prospects To Women Entrepreneurs, Shailesh Vasavada, 6. The Encouragement Provided To The Women, Entrepreneurship, Introduction • The Term "Entrepreneur" Is Defined, In A Variety Of Ways • Some National Financial, Institutions For Entrepreneurship Development, • Some State Financial Institution For, Entrepreneurship Development • Discussion, • Conclusion, Maithili T. Pathak, 7. Capacity Building - Means And Ends Towards, Economic Empowerment Of Women, Introduction: The Context • Typologies Of Women, Entrepreneurs • Why Women-Operated Micro-, Businesses Do Not Grow? • The Macro Sphere • The, Meso (Institutional Sphere) • The Micro Sphere, • Constraints Faced By Women Entrepreneurs, • Constraints Faced By Women Entrepreneurs, • The Situation Of Women Entrepreneurs • Women, Entrepreneurship And Support Activities, • Constraints Of Potential Women Entrepreneurs, And Development Inputs • Sequencing Of Medp, Activities And Inputs: A Brief Outline • Institutional, Capacity Building - Meso Sphere • Market, Segmentation And Product Differentiation, • Provision Of Specialist Support • Conclusion, Dinesh Awasthi And Manoj Mishra, 8. Women Entrepreneurs In Lower Middle Class, Families And Their Problems, Introduction • Material And Method • Results, 47, 55, 63, 83, And Discussion • Discussion • Conclusion, • Acknowledgement, Kamalamani Rao, 9. Scope Of Women Entrepreneurship Through, Home Science Curriculum In Traditional, University, Introduction • Entrepreneurship Through Home, Science Curriculum, Kamble Rajkumar And Shinde Ulka, 10. Entrepreneurial Motivation: A Comparative, Study On Male And Female Entrepreneurs, Abstract • Methodology • Findings • Conclusion, • Implication • Bibliography, Bishnupriya Dasgupta, 11. Training Women To Start Day Care Centres In, Baroda City, Introduction • Child Care Training: Why Do We Need?, • Importance And Need Of Child Care Services, • Choosing A Day-Care Centre • What Parents Should, Think About When Choosing Day-Care Centres, • Justification Of The Project • Major Objective Of, The Project • Specific Objectives Of The Project, • Methodology • Evaluation Of The Project, • Suggestions Given By The Participants • Problems, During The Project Work • Conclusion, And Recommendations • Recommendations, • Bibliography, Darshnini Durkal And Rameshwari Pandya, 12. A Study Of Small Scale Enterprises, (Industries) Training Centre By N.G.Os. For, Women Entrepreneurs, Introduction • Objectives • Material And Method, • Result And Discussions • Conclusion • Suggesions, • Acknowledgement, Manisha N. Khakhar, 13. A Study Of The Attitude Of New Generation, Girls Regarding Entrepreneurship, Introduction • Methods And Materials • Result, 89, 93, 101, 127, 137, Contents 7, 8 Women And Entrepreneurship, And Detailed Interpretations • Conclusion, • Acknowledgement, Ranch Bhavna D., 14. Problems Faced By Women Entrepreneur And, Importance Of Training In Their Enterprise, Method And Material • Result And Discussions, • Conclusion, Varsha P. Chhichhia, 15. Handicrafts And Entrepreneurship, Introduction • Materials And Method • Conclusion, Veena Somani, 16. Pioneering Innovative Women Entrepreneurs', Classifications And Their Problems, Introduction • Studies On Women Entrepreneurs, • Functions Of An Entrepreneur • Qualities Of An, Entrepreneur • Types Of Entrepreneurship, • Classification Of Entrepreneurs • Escaping To, Something New • Putting The Deal Together, • Rollover Skills/Contacts • Purchasing A Firm, • Leveraging Expertise • Aggressive Service, • Pursuing The Unique Idea • Methodical Organising, • A Further Classification On The Basis Of The, Entrepreneur'S Use Of Pioneering Innovative (Pi), Heuristics Can Be Made (Mathew, 1999) • Problems, Of Women Enterprises • Conclusion, Sucheta Singh, 17. Cultivating Entrepreneurship Education, Introduction • Need For Entrepreneurship, • Traditional And Contemporary Approach, • Envisioning Entrepreneurship Education, • Conclusion, Anjali Pahad And Avani Maniar, 18. Women Entrepreneurs: Problems And, Difficulties, Definition • Women Entrepreneurs • Financial, Problems • Lack Of Education And Technical, Knowledge/Skills • Social Problems • Psychological, 143, 151, 159, 179, 185, Problems • Lacking Of High Achievement Motivation, • Other Problems, Shilpa Kapadia And Shetal Barodia, 19. Women Entrepreneurship, Introduction • Academic Entrepreneurship Refers To, The Empowerment Of Academicians To Design, • Develop And Implement The Need Based Programs, • A Paradigm Shift • Academician And, Entrepreneurship • Conclusion, Varsha Parikh, 20. Entrepreneurial Competencies, Personnel Management • Time Management, • Negotiation • Management Of Fixed Assets, • Financial Management • Budget And Control, • Marketing And Selling, Bishnupriya Dasgupta, 21. Institutional Support For Women, Entrepreneurs, Institutional Support • National Level Standing, Committee On Women Entrepreneurs • Small, Industries Development Organisation (Sido), • National Institute For Entrepreneurship And, Small Business Development (Niesbud), • Entrepreneurship Development Institute (Edi), • National Institute Of Small Industries Extension, Training • Hyderabad (Niesiet) • National, Research Development Corporation Of India • Small, Industries Development Bank Of India (Sidbi), • National Small Industries Corporation (Nsic), • State Bank Of India • Industrial Development Bank, Of India (Idbi) • Ifci Scheme Of Interest Subsidy, For Women Entrepreneurs • National Association, Of Women Entrepreneur And Executives • Suggested, Areas As Suitable To Indian Women Entrepreneurs, • Problems Faced By Women Entrepreneurs, • Conclusion • Suggestions, Sarjoo Patel, Vrushali Datar, Veena Gandotra And, Ms. Sonia Thakur, 191, 195, 203, Contents 9, 10 Women And Entrepreneurship, 22. Women Entrepreneurship Training: A Need Of, An Hour, Introduction • Entrepreneurship Has Two Distinct, Aspects • Realization For Development Of Women, Entrepreneur • Entrepreneurship Development, Programmes • Entrepreneurship Programme, Contents • Need For Developing Women, Entrepreneurship • Title: An Action Project To, Promote Entrepreneurship Among The Women Of, Baroda City In The Year 1999-2000 Was Undertaken, • Bibliography, Asha Patil And Dimple Kshatriya, 23. What Motivated Women To Adopt An, Entrepreneurial Career? A Study, Abstract • Introduction, Objectives Of The Study, • Methodology • Major Findings Of The Study, • Motives Responsible For The Respondent'S, Entrepreneurial Career • Financial • Social, • Personal • Familial • Motives For Running The, Enterprise • Source Of Idea Generation • Reasons, For The Choice Of The Present Line Of Enterprise, • Conclusion, Dr. Neerja Jaiswal, 24. The Role Of Banking To Encourage The, Entrepreneurship In Women, Abstract • Introduction • Materials And Methods, • Result And Discussions • Opinion Of The Women, Entrepreneurs • Branch Manager'S Opinion, • Conclusion, Bharti V. Oza, 25. Farm Oriented Microenterprises For Women, Meaning Of Microenterprise • Why To Promote, Microenterprises? • Planning For Women'S Microenterprises, Promotion • Goat Farming • A Case Of, Woman Goat Farmer • Bee Keeping • A Case Of Woman, Bee Keeper • Vermicompost • A Case Of, Vermicomposting By Woman Farmer • Silk Cocoon, Production • Case Study • Conclusion, Shobha Nagnur, Channamma N. And Geeta, Channal, 221, 235, 267, 247, 253, 26. Constraints In Utilization Of Drip Irrigation, Technology In Agricultural Entrepreneurship, Abstract • Introduction • Methodology • Result And, Discussion • Conclusions, B.N. Kalsariya, M.N. Popat And N.D. Bharad &, K.M. Karetha, 27. Farm Women'S Behaviour To Agricultural, Entrepreneurship On Improved Mango, Cultivation, Abstract • Introduction • Methodology • Findings, And Discussion • Conclusion, B.R. Karkar, M.C. Dhaduk, B.N. Kalsariya And, N.D. Bharad, 28. Self Help Group: An Accelerate Of Sustainable, Production In Agricultural Entrepreneurship, Abstract • Introduction • Methodology • Results And, Discussion • Conclusion, N.D. Bharad, B.N. Kalsariya, B.R. Karkar And, M.N. Popat, 29. Correlates Of Knowledge Of Farm Women On, Improved Mango Cultivation, Abstract • Introduction • Methodology • Findings, And Discussion • Conclusion • Implication, M.C. Dhaduk, B.R. Karkar, B.N. Kalsariya And, N.D. Bharad, 30. Scope Of Women Entrepreneurship Through, Home Science Curriculum In Traditional, University, Introduction • Comparison Of Home Science, Education Between Science Oriented And Social, Sciences Stream • Entrepreneurship Through Home, Science Curriculum, Kamble Rajkumar And Shinde Ulka, 31. Entrepreneurship: A Key To Empowerment, Introduction • Empowerment Of Women • Status Of, Women Entrepreneurs • Recommendations, • Conclusion, Sangeeta Patel, 261, 267, 275, 283, 289, 293, Contents 11, 12 Women And Entrepreneurship, 32. Women Entrepreneurs In Lower Middle Class, Families And Their Problems, Introduction • Material And Method • Results, And Discussion • Discussion • Conclusion, • Acknowledgement, Kamalamani Rao, 33. Constraints Of Women Entrepreneurs, Abstract • Introduction • Objectives Of The Study, • Methods And Procedures • Findings Of The Study, • Marketing / Sales Problems • Legal Problems, • Other Problems • Nature Of Problem Solving, • Conclusion, Neerja Jaiswal, 34. Women Entrepreneurship And Micro, Enterprises - Some Potential For Economic, Development, Challenges Of Women Entrepreneurship, • Bibliography, Anuradha Mathu, Appendix, Index, 303, 313, 323, 331, 339
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