Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal (Print ISSN: 1096-3685; Online ISSN: 1528-2635)


DWCRA: An Explanatory Study in Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh

Author(s): Kalyan Kumar Sahoo, B. Raja Mannar, Girma Negussie Hurrisa, Vaibhav Patil

Women entrepreneurs in India have increased due to changing socio-cultural environments and increased educational and developmental changes. Women's entrepreneurship has long been regarded as a valuable economic resource. Women entrepreneurs not only benefit themselves but also others. Human resource development includes entrepreneurship development. India's female entrepreneurial development is lagging behind other countries. Focus on female entrepreneurship. The study discusses the socio-economic elements of female entrepreneurs and their issues. Women entrepreneurs in Andhra Pradesh's Chittoor district provide primary data. Secondary data is from articles, books, magazines, and websites. Detailed research is done on female entrepreneurs. The study found that job ambiguity, stress management, time management, and social support are key socioeconomic factors impacting women entrepreneurs in India. The public and commercial sectors must work together to foster female entrepreneurship. Their contributions are essential to the advancement of women and women entrepreneurs.

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