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Vol. 10, Special Issue 1 (2021)

Socio psychological characteristics of the practicing women entrepreneurs emerged out of self-help groups in Andhra Pradesh

Author(s):
GK Siddeswari, PV Sathya Gopal, V Sailaja and B Ravindra Reddy
Abstract:
The present investigation was carried out in three district of Andhra Pradesh viz., Chittoor (from Rayalaseema region), East Godavari (from Coastal region) and Srikakulam (from North Coastal region) during 2016-18. The results of the study shown that majority of the women entrepreneurs were in middle age (59.59%), illiterates (30.84%) and completed high school education (25.83%), medium level of experience in SHG (70.83%), annual income (75.42%), social participation (83.33%), mass media exposure (76.67%), extension contact (84.58%), not received the training (55.42%), medium level of innovativeness (66.67%), decision making ability (57.50%), achievement motivation (72.92%), value orientation (60.83%), management orientation (60.00%), economic orientation (69.17%), scientific orientation (54.17%), risk orientation (60.00%) and credit orientation (65.00%)..
Pages: 14-21  |  106 Views  5 Downloads
How to cite this article:
GK Siddeswari, PV Sathya Gopal, V Sailaja and B Ravindra Reddy. Socio psychological characteristics of the practicing women entrepreneurs emerged out of self-help groups in Andhra Pradesh. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(1S): 14-21.
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