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    SYNOPSIS PRESENTATION

    Pawan sharmaPGDM-II

    Roll No.-33

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    TITLE OF THE PROJECT

    A Study on entrepreneurial challenges for backward classes with Reference to AGRA(U.P.)

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    Introduction

    The Constitution of India guarantees equality of law to all its citizens and this guarantee

    applies to all aspects of national life-including social and economic.

    This provision was meant to be a tool especially for the upliftment of those sections of the

    population that had suffered deprivation for long periods in history owing to the pernicious

    caste system.

    One such section is that of backward Castes known variously as Harijans or Dalits.

    According to the Economic Survey 2006-07, Scheduled Castes constitute 16.23% of the total

    population of the country (2001 Census) but continue to suffer on account of severe socio-

    economic deprivation arising out of poor asset base, dependence on wage labour,and other

    unclean jobs.

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    Our history is evidence that many small enterprises like fan-making, and

    manufacturing of musical instruments were their monopoly. These deserve to berevived with help of the new available technologies.

    Although reservation has been provided to the backward Castes in Government jobs, the number of such openings is obviously small compared to their populationsize. Entrepreneurship is particularly important as the so called backward Casteshave run and managed a number of traditional such as handicrafts, pottery, leather-

    work for centuries

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    NEED OF STUDY

    Despite its evident importance for the socio-economic up-liftment of backward Castes, no

    estimates appear to be available about the number of entrepreneurs in those classes. It is the

    general perception that their number is abysmally small. This appears to be the reason why

    entrepreneurship has not been able to make an appreciable or visible impact on the economic

    status of the backward classes.

    In order to harness their potential and for the sake of their continuous growth and

    development, it is necessary to formulate appropriate strategies for making them aware, for

    stimulating them, for extending them support and ultimately, for sustaining their efforts in

    the right direction.

    The research on backward entrepreneurship is scarce and there are few in-depth studies on

    this subject. There is an urgent need as well as wide scope for research on backward

    entrepreneurship in a developing country like India .

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    RESEARCH ETH ODOLOGYData c llecti :-

    1. Primary Sources :

    I ri ar ata, r file f e iti bac ar e tre re e rs, t eir busi esses,

    t e r ble face by t e i c e ci a r unn ing of t e e ntures ill

    be collecte t r ough qu esti onn aire.

    2. Secondary Sources :

    Data base of bac ar e ntre re neurs f or SME d e el opm ent institute.

    Sampling Technique - A rea sa mpling

    Area of Research - A gra

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    LITERATURE OF RE IEW

    Dalit Empowerment through Entrepreneurship: A Case of Punjab

    Gurpreet Bal

    Department of Sociology

    Guru Nanak Dev University

    Indian ist of dalit studies

    working papeer series

    nov 2010

    Dalits in Business:

    Self-Employed Scheduled Castes in Northwest India

    Surinder S. Jodhka

    Working Paper