INTRODUCTION Entrepreneurs are to be considered as national asset to be Groomed


INTRODUCTION
Entrepreneurs are to be considered as national asset to be Groomed, Cultivated, and Motivated remunerated for the betterment of any economy. Every country, whereas a developing country needs entrepreneurs to initiate the process of development, the developed one needs entrepreneurship to sustain it.

Entrepreneur is a person, who tries to create something new, organizes production and undertakes risk involved in the establishment and operation of a business enterprises. Entrepreneurship is the act of being an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurship is the process of giving birth to new start-up ventures. Higher education plays a crucial role in preparing the future entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship offers students to get an idea about how to create new venture. Entrepreneurship as a part of the schools courses work in order to consider for academic credit. Entrepreneurship education is the surest means of attaining education for self-reliance. Entrepreneurship education provides students with the Knowledge, Skills, and Innovation to encourage entrepreneurs.
The study found that entrepreneurship education helps the students opting for self-employment and persons engaged in entrepreneurship development programs.

NEED AND SIGNIFICANCE
Study regarding the perception of students towards entrepreneurship on the basis of stream of study.

To study the role education system in creating a new entrepreneur
Identify the factors that influence the entrepreneurial intentions among students in higher education.

Identify the competencies can shine as a successful entrepreneur
LITERATURE REVIEW
On the basis of availability of literature, entrepreneurship is a young domine, and entrepreneurship education is one of the growing fields of education. Hala.W.Hatlab (2014) asserted that entrepreneurship education help to create intentions among students to start a new venture. The finding suggests that there is positive relationship between entrepreneurship education and intentions. Deepak Pandit et.al (2018)examined that higher education plays a major role in preparing the future entrepreneurs of India and the impact of implicit and explicit ways through which the entrepreneurship education in higher education influence entrepreneurial intention among students in India.

Hing Yin Ip et.al (2017) also found that personality traits, creativity and social capital affect social entrepreneurial intentions. This study suggested that there is some relationship between personality traits and entrepreneurial intentions of students.

Leouard.U.Ujogbo et.al (2016) examined that impact of entrepreneurship education on the development of entrepreneurial carrier intention and actions. The study advised that entrepreneurship education should be practical oriented to develop students interest
PriyaRenjini (2016) found that perception of students towards entrepreneurship on the basis of stream of study. The study calculated that commerce students are more interested towards entrepreneurship as a career.
AjteneAvdullahi (2015) emphasized that influence of vocational education and training fostering entrepreneurship. The study recommended that vocational educational trainees to start and run their own business.

Anu Thomas and RachanaAgarwal studied that entrepreneurship and skill training through vocational higher secondary schools in this study reveals that Entrepreneurial awareness education aims to increase knowledge about entrepreneurship and influence attitude that may affect intentions
NihanYildirimet. Al (2015) conducted a case study on the entrepreneurial intentions of students. Findings reveals that students have high attitude towards entrepreneurial behavior in terms of attraction, while perceived behavior control referring self-efficiency and need for achievement.

Elonalera and NevilaFurexhiv identify the factors which promote students entrepreneur intention. The study shows that perceived behavioral control has a positive impact on the development of entrepreneurial goal.

HessalOosterbeek et.al verifies the impact of entrepreneurship education program to develop entrepreneurship competencies and intentions among students. He recommended some traits and skills helps to fostering entrepreneurship Tung Moiet.al conducted a study about young adult response to entrepreneurial intent findings advised that some insight in to understanding the entrepreneurial intention of young adult.

Ngeremet.al investigated the role of entrepreneurial education on secondary school students is economic development. He point out that entrepreneurship education is the surest means of attaining education for self-reliance, the major purpose of this study is to determine teacher’s perceived influence of entrepreneurship education for economic development. The finding revealed that entrepreneurship education is a medium of steering the wheels of economic development.
Francisco Linan et.al identified the factors affecting entrepreneurial intention. He suggested that personal attitude and perceived behavioral control are the important factors affecting entrepreneurial intentions.

RituparnaBasu had affirmed that entrepreneurship course has twin objectives.ie, increasing the awareness of entrepreneurship as a career option and developing a new venture. He developed a proposed frame work for an effective entrepreneurship education eco-system in emerging economies.

J.F Maigida et.al examined that how entrepreneurial skills in Technical vocational education and training (TVET) can be used as a strategic approach for achieving youth empowerment. Entrepreneurship skills help the youth to create a mindset and know-how necessary to make self-employment. He recommended that vocational education and training should be included in the curriculum program to the entire educational system.