The book is a collection of articles/research papers contributed by academics, scholars, administrators, officials of various organisations, professionals and entrepreneurs of Tripura. It is a unique contribution in the area of entrepreneurship and small business of the state. The book deals with different aspects of entrepreneurship development in small scale sector of Tripura. The book examines the growth and development of entrepreneurship and explains how the goal of entrepreneurship development in SSI sector can be achieved, identifies the potential areas of entrepreneurship development, analyses the problems and constraints, assesses the entrepreneurial ability of women and rural people of the state, advocates the strategy of development, highlights the role of development agencies and suggests the measures to create a congenial environment for development of entrepreneurship in Tripura. The volume has been designed to create to the needs of students, academics, researchers, policy makers, administrators and entrepreneurs. It is expected to be an outstanding contribution to the scanty literature on entrepreneurship and small business in Tripura.
Kiran Sankar Chakraborty (b. 1960) took his Master’s degree in Commerce from Calcutta University in 1983. He obtained Ph.D. degree from Tripura University in 1998. He has a PG Diploma in Business Management from Institute of Modern Management, Kolkata. He has worked as Asstt. Professor and Reader in Government Degree College in Tripura since 1985. At present he is Regional Director, Indira Gandhi National Open University, Agartala Regional Centre. He is also a Guest Faculty in the Department of Commerce, Tripura University. A good number of his research papers and articles have been published in many reputed journals of India. He has contributed many papers in different national and international seminars and conferences. He is associated with a few research projects and is also the author of Anatomy of Overtrading. His areas of interest are accounting and finance, rural marketing, economic issues of North-East India, etc.
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