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This paper gives a brief analysis of the attitude of the respondents towards role of DIC in Entrepreneurship Development. Entrepreneurship means the function of seeking investment and production opportunity, organizing an enterprise to undertake a new production process, raising capitals, finding site, introducing a new technique, discovering new sources of raw materials and selecting top managers for day to day operations of the enterprise. The main objectives of the study is to analyse the attitude of the respondents towards role of DIC in Entrepreneurship Development. This study is an empirical research. Data were collected from 300 respondents and a sample size of 60 each from of all the five Taluks. The researcher used convenient sampling method to collect data from the sample respondents. First hand data were collected from the entrepreneurs of micro enterprises directly by the researcher himself with the help of an interview schedule. Secondary data are collected from journal, magazine, newspaper, and relevant books and web site. Percentage analysis and Chi-square test were used to analyse the data. The study in Theni district from December 2016 to April 2017. Finally conclusions were drawn and suggestions were offered.
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