Enterpreneurship For B.Com. by Dr. Sapna Bansal And Indu Singh
This book is a set of my experience of fourteen years of teaching and personal interaction with number of entrepreneurs to whom I met in this wonderful world and the students of University of Delhi, and other reputed educational institute of India and abroad. Sometimes it just seems like a magic how a entrepreneur convert a desert into a cultivate land which not only contribute to the investor but also helps a society and well being of a economic development of a country. The text of this book is an attempt to provide a wider understanding of the basic concepts and practices of entrepreneurship in terms of innovations, as well as its features keeps its readers informed about the development and the matrix of these changing trends in business world. The book adopts fresh and novel approach to study of all aspects of entrepreneurship. The approach of this book has been kept readers friendly. Accordingly, this book has been specially designed and written to syllabus of Choice Based Credit System B.Com., Semester-V, Paper No. BC 5.3(a) Delhi University. The book will also be of great help to the students pursuing courses in commerce and business administration.
Key Features :
Some distinguishing features of this book are as follows:
1. Exposition of the text is clear and precise.
2. Learning objectives outlining the contents of the chapter.
3. Adequate number of diagrams, tables and boxes have been used to make the complex topic self explanatory.
4. Suitable examples from industries have been given at appropriate places to keep the subject more interesting for the students.
5. Summary has been given at the end of each chapter for the easy recapitulation
6. Case studies have been incorporated in various chapters to bridge the gap between theory and actual practice in business.
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for B.Com Student.
Table of Content:
Unit I: Introduction
Unit II: Types of Business Entities
Unit III: Entrepreneurial Sustainability
Unit IV: Business Plan Preparations
Unit V: Start up Issues