Impact of Entrepreneurship Development Programmes Saini, J S.

By: Saini, J S
Contributor(s): Bhatia, B.S
Material type: ArticleArticlePublisher: The Journals of Entrepreneurship 1996Description: 65-80Subject(s): Entrepreneurship Development | EntrepreneurshipOnline resources: Click here to access online In: The Journal of EntrepreneurshipSummary: The beginnings of entrepreneurship development programmes (EDPs) can be traced back to the early 1960s. While the movement has gained considerable momentum since then, attempts to evaluate their effectiveness and impact are being made only since the last few years. Not only are the studies directed to this end few in number, they by and large have assessed these programmes with reference only to the number of trainees launching their own enterprises. This, the authors claim, is too limited a criterion. They employ a more comprehensive framework to evaluate such programmes organised in a specific region of the country.
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The beginnings of entrepreneurship development programmes (EDPs) can be traced back to the early 1960s. While the movement has gained considerable momentum since then, attempts to evaluate their effectiveness and impact are being made only since the last few years. Not only are the studies directed to this end few in number, they by and large have assessed these programmes with reference only to the number of trainees launching their own enterprises. This, the authors claim, is too limited a criterion. They employ a more comprehensive framework to evaluate such programmes organised in a specific region of the country.

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