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Exploring Critical Success Factors for Naga Women Entrepreneurs in Nagaland-A Review Study


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1 Assistant Professor & Head, Department of Management Studies, St. Joseph University, Dimapur, Nagaland, India
2 M.Phil Research Scholar, Department of Management Studies, St. Joseph University, Dimapur, Nagaland, India
     

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Women entrepreneurs across the world have been encouraged in order to bring gender equality for the development and promotion of the nation in every sphere. Even though several challenges occur their way, women are rapidly becoming known in the world of entrepreneurship. At this existing Naga people’s generation, the most female receive equal education like their male siblings in the family due to the rising educated parents which construct an eye-opener towards women entrepreneurship, solving unemployment problems. This review study was conducted to explore the critical success factors for Naga women entrepreneurs in Dimapur district of Nagaland and bring out some distinct issues and problems faced by them while contributing towards socio-economic stabilities. Around 40 papers have been reviewed to explore those factors. This study comes to a conclusion that Naga women entrepreneurs are rising and also creating jobs for themselves as well as for the educated and uneducated; dropouts and less privileged people. This prompts to develop a distinct Naga society where women are encouraged to become entrepreneurs and promote the socio fiscal permanence and status of the individuals. Challenges cannot be denied irrespective of the background from where the women entrepreneurs emerge but they still continue to sustain and enables to create job breakthrough as well as manage to sprint the business effectively and maintain self-reliance.

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Critical Success Factor, Naga Women Entrepreneurs, Socioeconomic Factor.
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Authors

Sethupathy K.
Assistant Professor & Head, Department of Management Studies, St. Joseph University, Dimapur, Nagaland, India
Moakumla Ao
M.Phil Research Scholar, Department of Management Studies, St. Joseph University, Dimapur, Nagaland, India

Abstract


Women entrepreneurs across the world have been encouraged in order to bring gender equality for the development and promotion of the nation in every sphere. Even though several challenges occur their way, women are rapidly becoming known in the world of entrepreneurship. At this existing Naga people’s generation, the most female receive equal education like their male siblings in the family due to the rising educated parents which construct an eye-opener towards women entrepreneurship, solving unemployment problems. This review study was conducted to explore the critical success factors for Naga women entrepreneurs in Dimapur district of Nagaland and bring out some distinct issues and problems faced by them while contributing towards socio-economic stabilities. Around 40 papers have been reviewed to explore those factors. This study comes to a conclusion that Naga women entrepreneurs are rising and also creating jobs for themselves as well as for the educated and uneducated; dropouts and less privileged people. This prompts to develop a distinct Naga society where women are encouraged to become entrepreneurs and promote the socio fiscal permanence and status of the individuals. Challenges cannot be denied irrespective of the background from where the women entrepreneurs emerge but they still continue to sustain and enables to create job breakthrough as well as manage to sprint the business effectively and maintain self-reliance.

Keywords


Critical Success Factor, Naga Women Entrepreneurs, Socioeconomic Factor.