Document Type : Primary Research paper
Assistant Professor & Head, PG Department of Commerce, Government Arts and Science College, Pennagaram, Dharmapuri District.
Research Scholar (PT), PG Department of Commerce, Government Arts and Science College, Pennagaram, Dharmapuri District.
Indian women are evolving, and they are quickly establishing themselves as prospective entrepreneurs. To break down conventional perceptions on men's and women's sectors, women in non-traditional business sectors should be role models. In nearly every country, women-owned businesses are fast-growing economies. The rising understanding of the function and position of economic society has gradually altered women's latent entrepreneurial potential. A key reason for women in business is their skills, expertise, and flexibility to the economy. Women are entering the business world with ideas for small and medium businesses. Women entrepreneurs are individuals who come up with the idea for a business, start it up, organise and integrate production components, run the firm, take chances, and deal with the economic uncertainty that comes with it. Women choose to work from home because they find it difficult to find suitable occupations and want to gain social recognition. The present study covers women entrepreneur's awareness about government schemes in Dharamapuri District.