An Analysis of the Lack of Large-Scale Entrepreneurship in IT Industries of India

Document Type : Primary Research paper


1 Professor, Department of Computer Science, RGM College of Engineering and Technology, Nandyal, Andhra Pradesh, India. Srikar and Associates Intl., USA, Australia & India.

2 Associate Professor, Department of Management Studies, RGM College of Engineering and Technology, Nandyal, Andhra Pradesh, India.

3 Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering (VVCE), MYSURU, Karnataka, India.


Entrepreneurship in non-service sectors of IT is critical to India, if it wants to be a player in the ICT world. However, the Indian IT sector is predominantly service based and only recently some efforts have been taken up by some lead players to move to non-service sectors. However, with the ubiquity of smart phones, non-IT sectors are becoming critically important in this ICT world. Thus App development and attractive social site design and development have become important for both security and safety of India, as data and information collection about individuals and organizations – sometimes intrusively – are fast becoming rampant worldwide. This paper presents some of the causes for this state of affairs in India and provides a survey-based analysis of the situation. Besides presenting the test-hypotheses and validating them, this paper makes several recommendations that both Governmental and non-Governmental sectors can take up in order to foster entrepreneurship culture among SMEs in no-service IT sectors.


Volume 12, Issue 1
International virtual conference on Newer Trends and Innovation in Nanotechnology Materials Science . Science and Technology
March 2021
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