Seybold Report ISSN: 1533-9211
Dr.M.Thirunarayanasamy, Mrs. I.Hemalatha
Vol 18, No 11 ( 2023 ) | Licensing: CC 4.0 | Pg no: 122-130 | Published on: 28-11-2023
For a considerable amount of time, entrepreneurship has been seen as a crucial element in the economic development process. The capacity and willingness of individuals to recognize and generate new business prospects and to take their ideas to the market is what is known as entrepreneurship. “Utilization of Entrepreneurs Empowerment Schemes by Women Entrepreneurs with Reference to Pondicherry Region” is the source of the research. The research's primary goals are to investigate how government-sponsored programs are used by female entrepreneurs and to look into any discrepancies between the types of entrepreneurs and the extent to which they use these programs. According to the report, over 50% of female entrepreneurs employ government-sponsored business programs. A primary source was utilized to gather data from 550 respondents, and the interview schedule was employed in this process. Data has been analyzed and interpreted using SPSS 20. Chi-square analysis, ANOVAs, and the T-test have all been applied. The findings of the study indicate that women entrepreneurs are not fully aware of the programs designed to encourage them to pursue entrepreneurial endeavors; therefore, in order to raise awareness, the government and financial institutions should host various workshops and seminars.
Utilization, Awareness, Government sponsored Scheme, Women Entrepreneurs