Free Essays on Indian Rural Banking Sector

  1. Banking Sector Analysis

    SECTOR ANALYSIS BANKING SECTOR IN INDIA • SUMMARY GROWING LENDING AND DEPOSIT: Total lending and deposits have increased at CAGR of 22.8 per cent and 21.2 per cent, respectively, during FY06-13 • HIGHER ATM PENETRATION: Total number of ATMs in India have increased to 1,04,500 in 2012 and is further...

  2. ECONOMICS COVER PAGE

    moneylenders. Shakespeare also referred to ‘Shylocks’ who made unreasonable demands in case the loans were not repaid in time along with interest. Indian history is also replete with the instances referring to indigenous money lenders, Sahukars and Zamindars involved in the business of money lending...

  3. Swot Analysis of Banking Industry

    SWOT OF THE BANKING INDUSTRY Strength of the Indian banking industry lies in its asset quality, growth and profitability over its global peers over the last few years. The banking index has grown at a compounded annual rate of over 51 percent since April 2001 as compared to a 27 percent growth in the...

  4. Innovations in Banking Sector

    INNOVATIONS IN BANKING SECTOR INTRODUCTION The term innovation means”to make something new”. Banks no longer restricted themselves to traditional banking activities but explored newer avenues to increase business and capture new market. INDIAN BANKING SECTOR From 1806 qualitative & quantitative...

  5. Overview of the Indian Banking Sector

    FINA0501 OVERVIEW OF THE INDIAN BANKING SECTOR Chan Yuen On Alice | 2010070314 Contents 1 2 3 Introduction History Mundell’s Holy Trinity 3.1 3.2 3.3 4 5 Floating Exchange Rate Free Capital Flow Limited Independence of Monetary Policy 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 Distinctive Characteristics Financial...

  6. Analysis on banking industry

    known as fractional reserve banking, in which banks hold only a small reserve of the funds deposited and lend out the rest for profit. They are generally subject to minimum capital requirements based on an international set of capital standards, known as the Basel Accords. Banking in its modern sense evolved...

  7. pestle of bd

    about implications of the theoretical knowledge in practical field, We have preferred ―Bangladesh‖. We are supposed to work on ―Pestle Analysis and Sector Analysis of Bangladesh‖ It is a matter of great pleasure to present this report work. Thus in order to survive in the market one should have theoretical...

  8. A Perceptual Study of Career Differences Between Careers in Public Sector Bank vs Private Sector Bank

    1.0 Indian Banking System The Reserve Bank of India acts a centralized body monitoring any discrepancies and shortcoming in the system. At the end of March 2007, India had 89 scheduled commercial banks (excluding regional rural banks), comprising 28 public sector, ...

  9. Report on Overview of Indian Banking Sector

    Introduction This report aims to provide an overview of banking sector in India for the purpose of expansion planning. The overview will be broadly divided into two parts: Indian Banking system and Bank-like financial institutions. For each type of banking institutions, a brief introduction, some recent statistics...

  10. Indian Banking Sector Information

    The Indian Banking Sector On the Road to Progress G. H. Deolalkar G. H. Deolalkar is formerly Managing Director of State Bank of India. 60 A STUDY OF FINANCIAL MARKETS Overview of Banking and Financial Institutions The Banking Sector The banking system in India is significantly different...

  11. Hr Practices in Bank

    ABSTRACT The survey was conducted to know the HR Practices in the Banking Sector. For this purpose we have taken three banks:- Two Private sector i.e., HDFC Bank and KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK and one public sector i.e., STATE BANK OF INDIA. The survey was conducted with the help of both primary data as...

  12. About bank nd iCICI bank

    1.1 Introduction Modern commercial banking, in its present form, is of recent origin. Though bank is considered to be an ancient institution just like money. Its evolution can be traced in the functions of money lender, the goldsmiths and the merchants. A bank has been often described as an institution...

  13. ablcl

    increasing speeds, and thus, has been revolutionizing human communication. Service sector in India contributes to almost 57% of GDP. Telecom Sector alone contributes around 6 % of total GDP in India. India telecom sector, the industry’s revenue grew 10.1 per cent in financial year 2014, compared with...

  14. Essay

    Overdraft - Cash credit 2) Secondary Functions Anywhere Banking, ATMs Debit cards Safe Deposit boxes Doorstep Banking Mutual Funds RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement System) STRUCTURE Reserve bank of India The R.B.I is the apex body in the banking system of India. It is the supreme monetary authority...

  15. Banking: Comparative Analysis of Public and Private Sector Banks

    BANKING: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS INTRODUCTION: The economic reforms in India started in early nineties, but their outcome is visible now. Major changes took place in the functioning of Banks in India only after liberalization, globalisation and privatisation. It...

  16. Non Performance Assets

    reforms has not changed the mindset of Indian bankers. The legacy of the British raj has survived and flourished in the form of India's gigantic cancerous bureaucracy. The tentacles of his cancer have spread to almost all fields in India including banking. Indian banks and financial institutions are crying...

  17. Financial Inclusion

    vulnerable groups, continue to remain exluded from the opportunities and services provided by the financial sector. With a view to correct this situation and extend the reach of the financial sector to such groups by minimizing the barriers to access as encountered by them, financial inclusion has been...

  18. banking

    thought it would be an interesting idea to look and compare these numbers for the leading private (HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank and Axis Bank) and public sector (SBI, Punjab National Bank and Bank of Baroda) banks. In addition, we will also see how the same ratios have changed over the past few years. Credit...

  19. Awareness About Life Insurance in India

    order of Rs 450 billion. Together with banking services, it adds about 7 per cent to the country’s GDP. Gross premium collection is nearly 2 per cent of GDP and funds available with LIC for investments are 8 per cent of GDP. Yet, nearly 80 per cent of Indian population is without life insurance cover...

  20. Yes Bank

    Company overview 01 02 Promoters & Investors 02 03 Brand Vision & Strategy 03 04 A Differentiated Approach to Banking 05 05 SWOT Analysis 12 06 Banking Industry 14 07 Porter's Five Forces Model 16 08 PEST Analysis 17 09 CARMELS Strategy 18 10 YES BANK - Key...

  21. banker

    A Monthly Newsletter of Indian Institute of Banking & Finance (Rs. 40/- per annum) (ISO 9001 : 2008 CERTIFIED) Committed to professional excellence Volume No. : 6 Issue No. : 8 March 2014 Interim Union Budget Proposals : 2014-15 q Provision of `11,200 crore for capital infusion...

  22. Study Of Banking Service In India With Respect Of SBI And BOB

    Study of Banking Service in India with Respect of SBI and BOB Submitted to GUJARAT UNIVERSITY for the degree of Master in commerce Faculty: Commerce Subject: International Business and Banking By Harshad Sureshbhai Sumesara Name of College R.J.TIBREWAL COMMERCE COLLEGE College Seat No. Year:...

  23. Country Financial Market Project (India)

    India’s population is over 1.2 billion people. India is the largest populated democratic nation in the world. On the south it is surrounded by the Indian Ocean. The Arabian Sea lies on the south west and the most famous Bay of Bengal actually lies on the south east. The border of Pakistan lies on its...

  24. Role of Financial Institution in Economy

    moneylenders. Shakespeare also referred to ‘Shylocks’ who made unreasonable demands in case the loans were not repaid in time along with interest. Indian history is also replete with the instances referring to indigenous money lenders, Sahukars and Zamindars involved in the business of money lending...

  25. Indian Banking

    Dr. K.A. Goyal & Vijay Joshi Indian Banking Industry: Challenges And Opportunities Dr. Krishna A. Goyal kagoyala@gmail.com Faculty,Shri Govind Guru, Government College, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Banswara, 327001, India Vijay Joshi vij.joshi18@rediffmail.com Ph.D. Scholar, Business Administration...

  26. Top 5 Public Banks Analysis

    AFFECTING EFFICIENCY OF TOP FIVE PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS Banking industry in India is all poised for a major leap in coming years. The year 2004 witnessed some major positive changes in this industry. A pickup in demand for loans, chiefly in retail sector and good spreads in treasury transactions caused...

  27. Inurance

    Issues and Challenges of Indian Insurance Industry [pic] google Insurance Sector: Is Privatization on the Right Track The benchmark report of the Malhotra Committee has brought about a revolutionary change of insurance sector by facilitating paradigm shift from a totally regulated one to...

  28. democracy

    The Banking Sector in India  The Banking sector in India has always been one of the most preferred destinations for employment. In this decade, this sector has emerged as a sunrise sector in the Indian economy. Banking sector index has grown at a compounded annual rate of over 51 per cent since the...

  29. A Project Report on Financial Inclusion

    2.2.2. ROLE OF REGULATORY AND PUBLIC POLICY AGENCIES 2.2.3. ROLE OF GOVERNMENT AGENCIES 2.2.4. ROLE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 2.2.5. ROLE OF INTER-SECTOR COLLABORATION 2.3. KEY NATIONAL FINANCIAL INCLUSION INITIATIVES 2.3.1. INITIATIVES FOR PROMOTING F.I.–PRE 2005 2.3.2. INITIATIVES FOR PROMOTING F.I...

  30. Banking Reforms

    Banking Sector Reforms 3.0 for India Vighneswara Swamy Associate Professor, IBS 1. Introduction India is now reckoned among the fastest growing economies...