Dr. A. Balu


The role and effect of education, including training, on entrepreneurial activities has been a major topic of discussion in
the last decade. Entrepreneurship is often defined as the opportunistic pursuit of economic wealth by limited resources.
Governments all other the world undertake many programmes to boost entrepreneurial spirits amongst students -
potential entrepreneurs. A dynamic economic development and several uncertainties had created numerous business
opportunities for future entrepreneurs, including students at various levels of education, who noticed an opportunity to
become committed entrepreneurs. The purpose of this study is to assess how grades obtained by students influence
their entrepreneurial attitudes and secondly to assess students' entrepreneurial skills.

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