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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 3, Issue 3, Part N (2017)

Rural entrepreneurship in India: Drawback - A Meta analysis review

Author(s)
Ranjit Prasad Verma
Abstract
Rural entrepreneurship has an important role to play in the development of Indian economy. Taking into account the fact that nearly 70 percent of the Indian population calls rural India it’s home, adequate funding and support can provide a thriving entrepreneur atmosphere in these communities. So far as it is known that rural India as compared to the mainstream population is economically poor, younger, more isolated geographically, isolated from the main markets, culturally imbedded in tradition, less dynamic economically and experiencing depopulation. On the contrary it is also a fact that the majority of rural entrepreneurs is facing many problems due to not availability of primary amenities in rural areas of developing country like India. Lack of education, financial problems, insufficient technical and conceptual ability it is too difficult for the rural entrepreneurs to establish industries in the rural areas. The present study makes an attempt to find out the drawback for the potentiality of Rural Entrepreneurship. The main focus of drawback especially, marketing products, financial amenities.
Pages: 936-939  |  232 Views  3 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Ranjit Prasad Verma. Rural entrepreneurship in India: Drawback - A Meta analysis review. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(3):936-939.
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