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Journal: International Journal of Management (IJM) (Vol.10, No. 6)

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Page : 741-749

Keywords : Multidimensional growth; women; population; participating; economics activities and decision-making; resources of health; nutrition; education.;

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It's been almost fifty years since India's independence. Even though India has developed in many ways since its independence, his worries are still valid. Women make up about half of India's 1.2 billion strong population, but they are routinely shut out of economic and political decision-making, as well as denied basic necessities like enough food, water, and healthcare. As a result of prejudice and exclusion, the percentage of women in the labor force is low; in 2018, just over 20% of Indian citizens were female, down from 30.3% in 1990. Entrepreneurship is a novel and straightforward method of empowering women to break out of subjugation and conventional gender roles in the workplace. The government has developed many initiatives, like as the Mudra Yojana, Udyogini Scheme, Annapurna Scheme, or Stand Up India, to increase women's involvement in the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

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