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A Study of Business Education and Entrepreneurial Capabilities in Central India

Author Affiliations

  • 1Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Business Management, Ujjain, M.P INDIA
  • 2 Maturadevi Institute of Technology and Management, M.P INDIA

Res. J. Management Sci., Volume 1, Issue (1), Pages 56-59, August,6 (2012)

Abstract

This study explores the relationships between business education in central Indian universities and the development of the entrepreneurial capabilities in students. It also focuses upon the potential differentials on entrepreneurial making among public and private universities. This is a cross-sectional casual study using questionnaire for a sample of 320 students of 15 different universities in Central India Madhya Pradesh India. Discriminate and regression analyses have been used to analyze the data. Results show relationship, though not very strong, between business education and entrepreneurial capabilities. Moreover, results also reveal that both private and public business schools are responsible for almost equal level of entrepreneurial capabilities.

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