A Study on Impact of Motivational Factors on the Growth of Rural Entrepreneurs of Assam

  title={A Study on Impact of Motivational Factors on the Growth of Rural Entrepreneurs of Assam},
  author={Dipanjan Chakmraborty and DR. R. Barman},
India may be one of the fastest growing economies of the world today. But there is a large area of darkness in the rural hinterland. 69 percent of our population lives in the rural areas and majority of people in rural areas depend on agriculture for their livelihood. About 7 crore people are without employment as per the National sample survey report published in 2012. The share of agriculture has increasingly declined in recent years resulting in continuous migration from the rural to urban… CONTINUE READING

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