Volume 2, Issue 7
Frequency: 12 Issue per year
Paper Submission: Throughout the Month
Acceptance Notification: Within 2 days
Areas Covered: Multidisciplinary
Accepted Language: Multiple Languages
Journal Type: Online (e-Journal)
Out of total population of India nearly 50% constitutes women population but when it comes to the employment rate and entrepreneurship the women’s participation rates or the opportunity available to them is very less. Since women comes under the vulnerable section among the population, careful attention or due importance should be given to them to come out of the vulnerability in terms of economic, political and social and lead an independent life. Women empowerment can be achieved only when they are economically and financially independent. To be economically and financially independent they need a special care and support system in terms of infrastructure like banks, markets etc. the support system from government, civil society, self-help groups, women associations, non-government organization plays a crucial role for the upliftment of women from all vulnerability and encourage her to take active participation in economic activity like entrepreneurship. The mention of one central government scheme called Mudra Yojana which is promoting women entrepreneurship tremendously in terms of year on year number of women account opened and loans sanctioned to them is the point of discussion.
Key Words: Banks, Women Entrepreneurship, Mudra Scheme, Interest Subvention.