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BASICS of Entrepreneurship Development

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A short handbook for new entrepreneur & commerce students with all new schemes under new BJP led NDA Govt. e.g. MUDRA BANK, Start Up, Stand  Up & Skill India. With special chapter on  Women Entrepreneurship in Assam

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Content:

Chapter 1

1.1. Introduction

1.2. Concept of entrepreneur, origin………………………………………………………………………..

1.3. Definition of entrepreneur………………………………………………………………………………….

1.4. Characteristics of entrepreneur

1.5. Functions of entrepreneur, Role of entrepreneur

1.6. Classification of entrepreneur / Types of entrepreneur

1.7. Concept and Meaning of entrepreneurship

1.8. Characteristics of entrepreneurship

1.9. Distinction of entrepreneur, entrepreneurship,enterprise, Manager, and Intrapreneur

 

CHAPTER 2

2.1 Theories of Entrepreneurship……………………………………………………………………………..

2.1. a. Schumpeter’s theory of Innovation………………………………………………………………..

2.1. b. Max Weber’s theory of Social Change (Emphasis on impact of religion)

2.1. c. The uncertainty-Bearing theory of Knight

2.1. d. Theory of Frank Young (emphasis on changes in group level pattern)

2.1. e. Economic theory of entrepreneurship

2.1. f. Mark Casson theory (economic theory)

2.1. g. Kunkel’s theory (emphasis on entrepreneurial supply)

2.1. h. Hoselitz’s theory (emphasis on marginal groups)

2.1. i. Cochoran’s theory

2.1. j. E. E. Hagen’s theory (emphasis on withdrawal of status respect)

2.1. k. Leibenstein’s theory (emphasis on X-efficiency)

2.1. l. M. Kirzner’s view on entrepreneurship

2.1. m. Baumol’s view on entrepreneurship

2.1. n. Peter Drucker’s view on entrepreneurship

2.2 Leadership – styles

2.2.1. a. Autocratic or Authoritarian leadership

2.2.1. b. Democratic or Participative leadership

2.2.1. c. The Laissez-faire or Free-rein leadership

2.1.1.d. Paternalistic leadership

2.2.1.e. Transactional leadership:

2.3.1.Theories of Leadership

2.3.1.a.The great man theory:

2.3.1.b.Trait theories of leadership

2.3.1.c. Situational theory

2.3.1.d.Contingency theories

2.4.1.Entrepreneurial Development Programme (EDP):

2.4.2.Needs of EDP

2.4.3.Objectives of EDP

2.4.4.Weaknesses of EDP

2.4.5.Institutions involved in providing EDPs in India

 

CHAPTER 3

3.1. Entrepreneurial behaviour

3.2. Entrepreneurial behaviour and psychological theories

3.2.1. Maslow’s need hierarchy theory

3.2.2. McClelland’s need for achievement theory

3.3. Different roles of the entrepreneur

3.3.1. Entrepreneur as an innovator

3.3.2. Entrepreneur’s role in employment generation

3.3.3. Entrepreneur’s role in promotion of export

3.3.4. Entrepreneur’s role in promotion of import -substitution

3.3.5. Entrepreneur’s role towards the society

3.4 The entrepreneurship in India

3.4.1. The scenario of entrepreneurship in India

3.4.2. The initiatives and policies for promotion of entrepreneurship

3.4.2. i. Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship

3.4.2. i. National Policy for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship 2015

3.4.2. iii. National Skill Development Mission

3.4.2. iv. Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY)

3.4.2. v. Startup India

3.4.2. vi. Micro Units Development and Refinance Agency Bank (MUDRA Bank)

3.4.2. vii. Stand-Up India Scheme

3.4.3. Other initiatives and measures

3.4.3. i. Prime Minister Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP)

3.4.3. ii. Entrepreneurship Development Programmes (EDPs)

3.4.3. iii. National Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board

3.4.3. iv. The National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development

3.4.4. Initiatives for promotion of rural entrepreneurs

3.4.5. Other institutional support for women entrepreneurs

3.4.6. Entrepreneurship development initiatives in Assam

 

CHAPTER 4

4.1. Entrepreneurship and Economic Development

4.2. Women entrepreneurship

4.2.1. Emergence of Women entrepreneurship

4.2.2. Women entrepreneurship in global perspective

4.2.3. Women entrepreneurship in national perspective

4.2.4. Women entrepreneurship in regional perspective

4.3. Women entrepreneurship in Assam

4.3.1. Problems of women entrepreneurship in Assam

4.3.2. Opportunities of women entrepreneurship in Assam

4.3.3. Challenges of women entrepreneurship in Assam

4.4. Rural entrepreneurship

4.4.1. Concept and Role of Rural entrepreneurship

4.4.2. Problems and Prospects of Rural entrepreneurship

CHAPTER : 5

5.1. Micro Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act 2006

5.2. Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Organisation (MSMDO)

5.3. District Industries and Commerce Centre (DI&CC)

5.4. Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC)

5.5. Khadi and Village Industries Board( KVIB)

5.6. IIE

5.7. NEDFi

5.8. NEITCO

COMPENDIUM……………………………………………………………………………..

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