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Impact of Entrepreneurial Traits on Entrepreneurial Intentions among Management Students


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1 Research Scholar, Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore (M.P.), India
2 Associate Professor, The NorthCap University, Gurugram, India
     

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The vital role of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship is more evident in a country like India where problems of unemployment and poverty coexist. Today’s students are tomorrow’s entrepreneurs; by bringing innovations they boost up, directly or indirectly, productivity. Research should provide insight into developing programs so as to improve specific attributes that can lead individuals to be more entrepreneurial. The present study aims to explore relationship between entrepreneurial intentions, attitude towards entrepreneurship, risk taking propensity and locus of control among students of management institutes. The study used primary data from students perusing management education. The results indicated that attitude towards entrepreneurship and locus of control positively affect entrepreneurial intentions among management students.

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Shakuntla Jain
Research Scholar, Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore (M.P.), India
Swaranjeet Arora
Associate Professor, The NorthCap University, Gurugram, India

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The vital role of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship is more evident in a country like India where problems of unemployment and poverty coexist. Today’s students are tomorrow’s entrepreneurs; by bringing innovations they boost up, directly or indirectly, productivity. Research should provide insight into developing programs so as to improve specific attributes that can lead individuals to be more entrepreneurial. The present study aims to explore relationship between entrepreneurial intentions, attitude towards entrepreneurship, risk taking propensity and locus of control among students of management institutes. The study used primary data from students perusing management education. The results indicated that attitude towards entrepreneurship and locus of control positively affect entrepreneurial intentions among management students.

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