Strategies Adopted by the Indian Women Entrepreneurs and Their Success in Rural Areas

kalai selvi v, suganya s


The research has been mainly focused on the success of women entrepreneur in India among rural areas. The sample size has been choosen as 200 respondents and informations are collected through questionnaire.The stastical tools used for the research is simple percentage analysis, weighted average, ranking, chisquare.The research design used is simple random sampling.



















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