India is one of those countries, which have accorded high priority to entrepreneurship development through the operational performance of industrial estates. In the post-independence period, the Government of India felt the need for entrepreneurship development. Since 1950 a substantial amount of research and development effort has taken place in this area. The Entrepreneurship Development Programmes (EDPs) became the most novel approach. The process of EDP ranges from identification of appropriate candidates, imparting necessary skills and knowledge about financial, technical and managerial aspect of business, to developing motivation and giving infrastructural support for establishing new business enterprises. Government of India has implemented several programmes in order to generate employment among unemployed youth.