Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Women Entrepreneurial Ventures in Select District of Sixth Schedule Areas of Assam: A Study
Miss Tanuja Basumatary , Prof Ayekpam Ibemcha Chanu , Dr Arabinda Debnath
There are different types of women entrepreneurial Ventures which are engaged in different entrepreneurial activities. The main purpose of present paper is to examine the growth of women entrepreneurial ventures and type of such ventures in the study area. It is assumed that there is no significant relationship between the amount of investment and number of employment provided by the ventures. The registered micro women enterprises have been considered and the findings reveal that Number of employment generated is related with the type entrepreneurial ventures. The study clearly proves that there is relationship between the type of women entrepreneurial venture and volume of employment. The women entrepreneurial ventures employment has a significant relationship with the amount of investment level.
Women, employment, investment, ventures, growth
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