Entrepreneurial Characteristics Among Graduating Students: Role Of Entrepreneurial Education And Training In Gilgit Baltistan
Author: Ashfaq Hussain

The focus of this thesis work is to examine the entrepreneurial status of students from Gilgit-Baltistan studying in different universities in Pakistan and abroad. To do so, an evaluation was done to check their entrepreneurial profiling by comparing these students with those students who were not inclined towards entrepreneurship. This study included six psychological characteristics of entrepreneurship to check the inclination towards entrepreneurship. The random sampling method was used to collect the data of last year’s students from different universities. Based on the results of t-tests, it was observed that excluding self-confidence the 5 other entrepreneurial characteristics are the highest in the entrepreneurially inclined students when compared to that of non-inclined students. So, out of six psychological schools of thought traits, only one trait showed a similar score among both business and non-business students. This thesis work was only restricted to the graduated and last year university students, in this study the percentage of those students who were inclined towards entrepreneurship is 39. At last, this thesis work gives an understanding and importance of entrepreneurial education and training, and to what extent it is important to enhance the psychological characteristics of entrepreneurship among future entrepreneurs. Supervisor:- Dr. Mariam Mohsin

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Supervisor: Mariam Mohsin

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