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Factors effecting entrepreneurial intent among business students of Pakistan universities

Author: 
Bilal Bangash, M. and Hummayoun Naeem
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

Entrepreneurship is the Creativity of business idea which than materializes into big ventures and then those ventures helps in supporting the nation. For this Entrepreneurial intent is the force which makes entrepreneurs Motivated practically. Entrepreneurs use to lead themselves through Big time lapses and troubles, only one thing keeps them going and fighting to all odds and that is how well they are trained. In this research the researcher has focused on the factors which affect the entrepreneurial intent of students. Business students are the key in entrepreneurial field and if they are trained well on the grounds from their university level so they are much mature to hold market after few years. Affectingfactors are extracted as Perceived structural support (PSS), Perceived Relational support (PRS), Perceived Educational support (PES), Attitude towards Entrepreneurship (AE) and Self Confidence (SC) as mediator variable affecting over the Entrepreneurial intent (EI) of students. These factors were one by one measured and proved by getting the results analyzed through Likert scale by tool of 400 samples of questionnaires distributed 100 each in 4 different universities.2 Private universities and 2 public universities. And then results were compared together to see where Private and Public institutes stand in terms of entrepreneurship. It is to be noted that this research is not stick to within Pakistan universities but in fact the reference are taken in a way in which Pakistan is compared to international standards and countries who have taken measures in terms of enhancing Educational support , Structural support, Relational support to make young students more motivated in specific field. More importantly countries like Turkey, China, Malaysia, USA, Europe, Peru and India in precisely. This research finds problem, give comparative analysis and gives out solution of how to deal it and what measures should be taken in Pakistan. The best solution recommended by researcher in this paper is that the Business students should be trained and motivated with attitude of being Entrepreneurs rather than to do a job, and the solution suggested was that all Education policy makers and universities should sit together and make a ruling of not allotting degrees to business students unless they don’t show up establishing small or big but their own venture or business.

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