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An Analysis of Entrepreneurial Potential and Motives among Budding Business Managers: a Study of VBS Purvanchal University


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1 Department of HRD, VBS Purvanchal University, Jaunpur (UP), India
2 Department of Business Economics VBS Purvanchal University, Jaunpur (UP), India
3 Department of Financial Studies, VBS Purvanchal University, Jaunpur (UP) 115, India
 

The entire change and transition in the civilization to a large degree is the result of industry, commerce and trade. In this transformation process, role of human resources and entrepreneurship is very significant and contributing to the national economy at large. The world s modern economy and democracy, depends on the participation of professional education seekers. This is quite true in the context of western culture. But when it comes to Indian sub-continent the idea of being or perusing entrepreneurship for livelihood vanishes. Arguably one can seek sowing of the seeds of entrepreneurship in the budding business managers during their study. The contribution of entrepreneurship and employment opportunities generated in the human development index of a nation can not be ignored for longer time. The present study tries to focus on the potential of budding business managers for developing into the future entrepreneurs. At the same time an attempt has been made to find out motives of these students for self employment preferences.
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Authors

Ajay Wagh
Department of HRD, VBS Purvanchal University, Jaunpur (UP), India
H. C. Purohit
Department of Business Economics VBS Purvanchal University, Jaunpur (UP), India
Omkar Gautam
Department of Financial Studies, VBS Purvanchal University, Jaunpur (UP) 115, India

Abstract


The entire change and transition in the civilization to a large degree is the result of industry, commerce and trade. In this transformation process, role of human resources and entrepreneurship is very significant and contributing to the national economy at large. The world s modern economy and democracy, depends on the participation of professional education seekers. This is quite true in the context of western culture. But when it comes to Indian sub-continent the idea of being or perusing entrepreneurship for livelihood vanishes. Arguably one can seek sowing of the seeds of entrepreneurship in the budding business managers during their study. The contribution of entrepreneurship and employment opportunities generated in the human development index of a nation can not be ignored for longer time. The present study tries to focus on the potential of budding business managers for developing into the future entrepreneurs. At the same time an attempt has been made to find out motives of these students for self employment preferences.


DOI: https://doi.org/10.20968/rpm%2F2010%2Fv8%2Fi1%2F92860