Empowerment of Women Through Leadership and Entrepreneurship

ISBN Number : 978-93-5051-348-4

Library Price : Rs.950

Library Dollar Price : 38$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2012

No. Of Pages : 340

About The Book

Empowerment means Swashakthi and women empowerment renders power to, power over and power within women to survive. Empowerment goes beyond economic betterment and well-being to strategic gender interests. Women empowerment takes place when women challenge the existing norms and culture, to effectively improve their well being in terms of universally valued functioning like proper nourishment, good health, shelter and better life style. Any gender differences occurring in the achievement of these basic functions would be proof of inequalities are countered. Initiation must be put up by the governments with modest consideration towards this inclusive perspective.

The Department of Business Management, AMS School of Informatics, Osmania University organizes the present National Conference on "Empowerment of women through Leadership & Entrepreneurship". The conference is aimed at assessing the current stake of Women Entrepreneurship and of Women Empowerment in India through Leadership & Entrepreneurship.

The book published in this context contains the papers presented in the conference. The papers bring about various facets of women empowerment through the buzz of leadership and entrepreneurship in the contemporary global context. This book will be useful to planners, policy makers, practitioners, academicians and researchers.

Contents :

1. Women Empowerment and SAARC
Prof. (Dr.) C.V. Ramamohan
2. Empowerment of Women through Leadership & Entrepreneurship
Sridevi Samineni
3. Empowerment of Women through Empowerment through Self Help Groups
Samunnatha V., G. Koteswar Rao
4. Women`s Empowerment and Development Policies in India : A Critical Analysis
K. Rajesh
5. Self Help Groups − Addressing Multiple Issues of Development
Y. Srilakshmi
6. Women Entrepreneur − A New Development
Dr. B. Saritha
7. Facts of Women Empowerment in India....
Shifali Mandhania
8. Leadership Gender Gap − How Big in Indian Perspective
Sridevi Samineni, Dr. V. Sudha, P. Savithri
9. An Analysis of the Sociological Problems of Women Entrepreneurs : A Study of Hyderabad & Rangareddy Districts in Andhra Pradesh
Samunnatha V., Samujwala V.
10. Impact of Self Help Groups in Empowering Women Voices from Rural Villages in Telangana Region
Jagan Kanthi
11. Women Entrepreneurship an Intrinsic Change in Economic Development − With Reference to Ranga Reddy District
T. Lavanya, G. Rajitha
12. The Development of Women Entrepreneurship in Vellore District, Tamilnadu : Contributions of Vit University
A.V.V.S. Subbalakshmi, S. Tamilmaran
13. Empowerment of Rural Women through Self Help Groups
Vangallu Subhashini
14. Enterprise Promotion and Self Help Groups (SHGs) in Andhra Pradesh − An Empirical Study
Dr. Rambabu Gopisetti
15. Women Empowerment through Self Help Groups in Nalgonda District of Andhra Pradesh
K.V. Sasidhar, A. Pravallika
16. Women and Gender Equality in the Selected Works of D. H. Lawrence
Anahita Hajarian
17. Socio Economic Status of Women (With Special Reference to Nalgonda District)
K. Sridevi, G. Laxmi Prabha
18. Women as a Leader : Success or Failure? A Study in Warangal District of Andhra Pradesh
S. Harinath
19. Women Empowerment and Panchyati Raj
Dr. Pralhad Changte
20. Issues in Women Empowerment through Presented Grass-Root Institutions : A Study in Tribal Habitations of Adilabad District, Andhra Pradesh
Sunkari Satyam
21. Leadership for Indian Women − A Validity Study
Dr. D. Venkoba Rao
22. Glass Ceiling in the Modern Era
Dr. S. Anitha Devi, T.N. Nimala Rani
23. Problems and Prospects of Women Entrepreneurship (With Special Reference to Bidar District − Karnataka)
Dr. Santosh Singh Bais
24. Educational Depreviation Questions Empowerment of Women − A View of Andhra Pradesh
Dr. S. V. Srinivasa Sastry
25. "Problems of Women Entrepreneurship in Hyderabad Karnataka Region of Karnataka
Mr. Gaudappa S. Malipatil
26. Empowering Women through Political Reservation in − Panchayat Raj : Some Observation
Grishma Manikrao Khobragade
27. Entrepreneurial Jump − Factors that influences HR professionals in employment to become Independent Recruitment Consultants
Hemalatha Ramakrishnan and Preeth Ganapathy
28. Socio − Economic Aspects and Constraints of Women Entrepreneurs − A case Study on Visakhapatnam Dist.
Sridevi Samineni
29. Women Empowerment and the Role of Government in Promotion of Women Welfare in India
A. Laxmi, Suresh Chandra CH.
30. Women Empowerment Through SHGs in Karnataka (Special Reference to Bidar District of Karnataka)
Dr. Sangappa V. Mamanshetty, Dr. Santosh Singh Bais
31. Women Employment in India − Challenges and Opportunities in 21st Century
N. Sridevi, Janda Ramesh
32. Indian Economic Growth − Role of Women Entrepreneurs
Mr. Ch. Prashanth, Wahed Mohiuddin
33. The Role of Communication in Tribal Women Empowerment
Srihari Mancha
34. ICT and Women Empowerment − A Case Study of E-Book Keeping in Andhra Pradesh −Dr. B. Ramalingam
35. A Book Review on Inside Every Woman (Written by: Vickie L. Milazzo)
Dr. B. Archana
36. Gender Budgeting − A Tool for Women Empowerment
Seema Ghosh
37. Behind A Successful Woman Executive...
Ms. U. Suma, Prof. R. Kumar Bhaskar
38. Women Empowerment and Entrepreneurship : A Case Study of Shri Mahila Griha Udyog Lijjat Papad
K. Suvarchala Rani
39. Women Leadership and Empowerment
V. Vaneendra Sastry
40. Inclusive Growth and Microfinance
Vani H., S. Vandana
41. Women Empowerment through Micro Enterprise Development
42. Women Empowerment through Self Help Groups A Case Study of Nalgonda District
P. Yadaiah
43. A Study on Micro Finance and Self Help Groups in Rural areas of Ranga Reddy District
R. Anita
44. Women Empowerment through Entrepreneurship and Leadership
Mrs. Archana Agrawal
45. Empowering Women Through Entrepreneurship − A Case Study
C. Latitha, G. Parvathi
46. Empowerment of Rural Women through Income Generating Schemes − A Case study of Productive Rural Housing in India (PHIRA)
Dr. N. Sravanthi
47. Work Life Balance &minus A Guide to Getting it Right!
G. Ravi Kumar
48. Women in Management : Challenges and Opportunities
Menaka B., K. Sridivya
49. Empowerment of Women through Leadership and Entrepreneurship
Ms. Lata J.
50. Self-Empowerment is the key to Women Empowerment in Rural India
Ms. Safia Binte Omer
51. Women in Management &minus A Focus on Leadership Issues
Ms. Sisira Neti
52. Women Entrepreneurship − Emergence of an Era in India
Swati Jain
53. Economic Growth − Role of Women Entrepreneurs
Dr. G. Uma
54. Micro Credit &minus An Effective Tool for Women Empowerment
Dr. P. Sridhar, T. Naresh Kumar
55. Women Empowerment through Micro Finance − A Myth or Reality
T.V. Janaki

About The Author

Dr. Ramamohan holds a M.Sc. & Ph.D. (Solid State Physics) from IIT Madras. He has CAIIB from Indian Institute of Bankers, MBA (Finance) from Osmania University. He has 38 years of industry experience and 3 years of teaching experience. He was invited as faculty at a number of institutions like ASCI, SBIICM, State  Bank Staff College and IDRBT. designed, developed and conducted a series of Entrepreneurial Development Programmes for SBI, mainly aimed at educated unemployed and rural / semi-urban areas. He headed the BFS vertical in CMC Ltd. He also headed a team of  professionals in the implementation of IT Strategy Initiative at Central Bank of Oman, Muscat; headed the Consultancy Services Division of SBI. He is a member of ISACA and AIMA. His areas of specialization include Banking & Finance, Innovation & Entrepreneurship and  Programme Management. He was a lead speaker at CeBIT international fair in Germany, Presentations made at a number of conferences like Banknet India, ET conference on Banking. He was a Panel Member for NASSCOM Conference, Headed projects of core banking implementations at a number of sites in India and abroad, and overseen implementations of ERP, ITIL and multiple Banking Application Systems.

Presently, Dr. Ramamohan is the Director, Andhra Mahila Sabha School of Informatics, Hyderabad.

Samunnatha Vemuri holds a post graduate degree in Business Management from Kakatiya University, Warangal and is a Law Graduate from Osmania University. She has 3 years of teaching experience at PG level and 1 year industry experience and is now pursuing Ph.D. from Osmania University, Hyderadab. Her area of specialization is Human Resource Management and her research interest include Women Entrepreneurship and Industrial Relations. She has published and presented papers in National Journals & Conferences.

Presently she is working as Asst. Professor in the Department of Business Management, Andhra Mahila Sabha School of Informatics.

Sridevi Samineni holds a post graduate degree in Finance & Accounting from Kakatitya University and is a post graduate in Business Management from Osmania University. She has teaching experience of nearly 8 years at the PG level and 1 year of industry experience and is pursuing Ph.D. from Osmania University. Her area of specialization includes Finance and Human Resource Management. She has published and presented papers in National & International journals & conferences. Her research interests include Women in Leadership & Entrepreneurship.

Presently she is working as Asst. Professor in the Department of Business Management, Andhra Mahila Sabha School of Informatics.

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