A Constructive Change within the Social Standing social entrepreneurship is a rising pattern that’s attracting curiosity from a wide range of industries


Business executives know the concept because they have the vision to implement new ideas in their company. New social enterprises in India targeting the country’s water problem, energy, health and education, social entrepreneurship is a growing trend that is attracting the interest of a wide variety of industries. Social entrepreneurship is a transformative act that enables universities to share the strategy of many well-known companies and companies. And opened the way for those who would otherwise be excluded from opportunities. Social entrepreneurs are disruptors of the status quo in society.

The current economic situation in Jammu and Kashmir is catastrophic. The workload on this topic is low and further efforts are needed to attract the interest of educational institutions. From this perspective, it might be a good idea to make social entrepreneurship a topic for future students. Despite the government’s efforts to help young people, the number of unemployed, educated people continues to rise. The UT is urgently needed. The introduction of entrepreneurship will encourage them to develop their skills. Qualities and contribution to the economic prosperity of the Union territory

As is well known, every business needs financial resources to get started. Social entrepreneurship requires the same capital that the involvement of financial institutions can facilitate. To do this, the entrepreneur needs to be motivated enough to develop a method of finding the information. Social entrepreneurs need guidance, implementation guidelines, training and certification support. The difficulty for social entrepreneurs in Kashmir is to take on profitable projects. Get cheaper and still have a long-term social impact. Investors should support and encourage the development of social enterprise with high potential. The advent of the “glass ceiling” shaken arch tax and regulatory burdens can bring with it if the glass ceiling is breached. In addition to resolving employee skills shortages, for example, business development is a non-financial resource; Financial education initiatives, technological literacy, training and market access.

It’s a goal-oriented endeavor, and while wealth is part of the process, it is not the main concern. Your real goal is to promote systemic transformation. Social entrepreneurs, like commercial entrepreneurs, use methods and opportunities to improve the system. Entrepreneurs working in the social sector have limited access to traditional market support systems and capital in a social environment. They are socially motivated to generate profits, tap the potential of society and revolutionize existing systems.