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A Study on Growth of Small Enterprises in Dindigul District


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1 DDE, Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu, India
     

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Governments worldwide increasingly recognise the growing role of small enterprises and entrepreneurship as drivers of growth and job creation, and as effective tools for poverty alleviation. Historically businesses located in favorable geographic locations tend to survive and grow. Furthermore, the fertility of land plays a crucial role as well. The Dindigul district is home to textile spinning industry. Chinnalapatti, which is located 11 kilometres from Dindigul, known for its flourishing hand loom industry. Silk art sarees known as sungudisarees produced in chinnalapatti are well known throughout India. More than 1000 families are engaged in this industry. Nilakkottai town is known for brass vessels, jewellery and also for flowers and grapes. Ottanschatram is a noted market centre for vegetables. In this paper an attempt is made analyse the growth of small enterprises in Dindigul district.

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Small Enterprises, Farm Sector, Priority Sector, Investment, Employment.
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Authors

T. Srinivasan
DDE, Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu, India
R. Karthikeyan
DDE, Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract


Governments worldwide increasingly recognise the growing role of small enterprises and entrepreneurship as drivers of growth and job creation, and as effective tools for poverty alleviation. Historically businesses located in favorable geographic locations tend to survive and grow. Furthermore, the fertility of land plays a crucial role as well. The Dindigul district is home to textile spinning industry. Chinnalapatti, which is located 11 kilometres from Dindigul, known for its flourishing hand loom industry. Silk art sarees known as sungudisarees produced in chinnalapatti are well known throughout India. More than 1000 families are engaged in this industry. Nilakkottai town is known for brass vessels, jewellery and also for flowers and grapes. Ottanschatram is a noted market centre for vegetables. In this paper an attempt is made analyse the growth of small enterprises in Dindigul district.

Keywords


Small Enterprises, Farm Sector, Priority Sector, Investment, Employment.

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