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Design and Implementation of Organisational Intervention in Microenterprise Development: Comparative Study from Maharashtra

Journal of Organization and Human Behaviour

Volume 3 Issue 4

Published: 2014
Author(s) Name: Nisha Bharti | Author(s) Affiliation: Asst Prof, Symbiosis Inst of Int Buss, Symbiosis Int Univ, Pune, Maharashtra, India.
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Abstract

Indian economy is considered to be one of the largest agrarian economies in the world. Most of the Indian agriculture is rain fed and unable to provide sustainable income generation round the year. In this situation, self-employment in general and micro-enterprise in particular is evolving as a prospective option for livelihood and income generation. Various initiatives by different organisations have been taken to promote entrepreneurship among poor. This paper is an attempt to document the design and implementation of some of the successful experiences in promoting micro-enterprise development. Selection of these organisations was done based on secondary data collected from various sources. This paper will be useful for organisations working in the similar field as well as policy makers in developing micro-enterprise development interventions.

Keywords: Organisation Intervention, Microenterprise Development Intervention, Design of Intervention, Implementation of Intervention

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