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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Entrepreneurial Intention Among Women Students In Periyar University At Salem District

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AUTHOR(S)

Dr.S.Balamurugan, V.Sudha

 

KEYWORDS

Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial intentions Entrepreneurial education.

 

ABSTRACT

Main aim of this study is to articulate the sole model to the entrepreneurial intention among women students. The drive was to study anything group of university women students in Salem intended to do upon accomplishment of their college education start their own business to become entrepreneurs. This was an attempt to explore the entrepreneurial intention among women in Periyar University at Salem district. The data were completed to 225 respondents. The tools used for this study are chi-square and factor analysis. This study concluded that this understanding will help authorities towards set up the effective policies that would promote entrepreneurial activities and sustain economic development and growth and educational institutions focus their entrepreneurial training.

 

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