Understanding the ease of doing business vs. financial problem to create new employment opportunities through start-up in India
Ravi Raj Singh, Dr. MS Khan
Today India is a second biggest country in the world by its populations and seventh by its area in the world. India where have 1.2 billion populations. This large population contain big market potential in the world, however it also indicates of heavy employment pressure in India society. At present time the self-employment consciousness emerging among the college students. Because this increasing number of graduates entrepreneurship they less likely to be depend on parents at school time they wait of new opportunities as Small Medium Enterprise (SMEs). That by they tend to take initiatives to look for new opportunities for themselves. The aim of this research paper is to highlight the problems of finance and new employment opportunities on the way of ease of doing business, in the prospects venture capital for start-ups in India. This paper also highlighted on the various aspects of financing problems and opportunities faced by India. The start-ups in India and valuable discussion on finance resources related with start-ups in India are being explored by using authentic literature. This research is purely based on secondary data drawn from a number of sources like, journals, magazines, books and periodicals.
Ravi Raj Singh, Dr. MS Khan. Understanding the ease of doing business vs. financial problem to create new employment opportunities through start-up in India. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, Volume 3, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 268-272