WOMEN EMPOWERMENT THROUGH SKILL DEVELOPMENT (WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDORE DIST.)

Dr. Sudha Jain

Abstract


Small-scale industries (SSIs) also known as MSME are defined & categorized by the Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006. The act categorizes different scale of industries on the basis of investment in plant & machinery in case of manufacturing industries and on the basis of investment in equipment in case of service sector industries.

In recent scenarios India is seeing a significant growth in the small scale industries. Also in this growth the contribution of women is impressive. Around the world, you can see new women entrepreneurs rising above their difficult situations. Even though they face many hurdles, in the 21st century women are ruling the world.


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