International Journal of Home Science
2018, VOL. 4 ISSUE 1, PART B
Management of enterprises run by women
Author(s): Rajnandini Baishya and Dr. Minaxi Pathak
In this dynamic world, women entrepreneurs are an important part of the global quest for sustained economic development and social progress. In India, women have played a key role in the society and women entrepreneurship development is an essential part of human resource development. The study on “Management of enterprises run by women” was conducted in two districts of Assam namely Sonitpur and Jorhat with 100 entrepreneurs. The present study was undertaken with the following objectives: study the personal and demographic characteristics of women entrepreneurs and enterprise own by them and management practices of women entrepreneurs to managed their enterprises. The major findings of the investigation revealed that 44 percent respondents belong to younger age group. Most of the respondents were married and had nuclear family. The most preferred enterprises of the respondents were beauty parlor, tailoring, handloom unit etc. In management of finance most of the respondents made budget and spend money accordingly. They kept their records regularly. Employees become a part and parcel of the enterprise and their views and suggestions were important consider for successfully run their enterprise. The responds appointed workers on the basis of skills and experience. They were engaged in the enterprises which were small and simple in nature without any sophisticated machinery and started with nominal investment.
How to cite this article:
Rajnandini Baishya and Dr. Minaxi Pathak. Management of enterprises run by women. International Journal of Home Science. 2018; 4(1): 92-95.