Legal and Social Problem Encountered in Women Entrepreneurship with Special Reference to Ujjain District

Mamta Sharma Pandya, Mahesh Sharma


The increasing awareness towards economic development, changing social environment changing culture and modern civilization has affected various sectors of the world. Indian society is not an exception too. Women have proved their importance by accepting challenges in various work-areas. Today, women have achieved success in various economic and social work- areas and have proved that women can form a new culture, away from the traditional one. This research paper discuss some of the major problems which influence the growth of women entrepreneur units in Ujjain. For analytical purpose Legal and Social problems/ obstacles/ barrier of women entrepreneur are taken into accounts.

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