P A L N S Kalyani


Entrepreneurship acts a catalyst for the economic prosperity of a country as it leads to generation of new employment opportunities, contributes to National Income, Rural development, industrialization, technological development, export promotion etc.

The Government has taken initiatives to promote entrepreneurship culture in the country. In spite of numerous challenges faced by the entrepreneurs which obstruct the growth of entrepreneurship, the government initiated a new set of policy reforms to meet those challenges and promote start-up culture in the economy.

The present paper provides fundamentals for growing start-ups in Entrepreneurship which helps the society in general and youth in particular to promote start-up culture. It also studies recent reforms in special focus on skill development measures giving birth to Technology enabled start-ups.

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