|ICCMCT-2018 | Special Issue | September 2018 | Published Online: 29 September 2018 PDF ( 246 KB )|
|Anila Balan 1|
1Asst. Professor, Department of Commerce ,Sree Narayana College Nattika, University of Calicut, Thrissur, Kerala (India)
Entrepreneurship is a key factor for economic development of a nation. Public, private and governmental organizations are taking various measures to promote entrepreneurship in different countries. World class universities and colleges have implemented various post graduate, undergraduates and diploma course on small business management and entrepreneurship. In a developing country like India, the role of entrepreneurship development is more important than in developed countries so far as the creation of self-employment opportunities and reduction of unemployment situations are concerned. It provides more opportunities to strengthen people. The entrepreneurs provide an improved allocation of resources for the best interest of their firms as well as the country they are the economic pioneers initiating changes in the economy. The Objective of the study is to understand the attitude/ perception of entrepreneurship among commerce students and to provide suggestion for the development of entrepreneurial skills among them. Though there are several dimensions in entrepreneurship the study limits its scope to the entrepreneurial attitude among commerce students in Vadanappally Grama panchayat of Thrissur District.
|Entrepreneurship, Aptitude, Economic development, Attitude, Efficacy|
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