Overview of the Banking Industry in India-Pre Nationalisation , Nationalisation and Post Libralisation

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A REPORT ON

OVERVIEW OF BANKING INDUSTRY IN INDIA– PRE NATIONALIZATION, NATIONALIZATION AND LIBERALIZATION

By Shashank Tiwari Enrollment No: 09bshyd1084

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A REPORT ON
OVERVIEW OF BANKING INDUSTRY IN INDIA– PRE NATIONALIZATION, NATIONALIZATION AND LIBERALIZATION

By Shashank Tiwari Enrollment No: 09bshyd1084

A report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of MBA Program of IBS – Hyderabad

Submitted To Prof. Aruna

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
I take this opportunity with much pleasure to thank all the people who have helped me through the course of my journey towards producing this report a part of the MBA Program offered at IBS, Hyderabad. I would like to thank Prof. Aruna my Faculty Guide for always being approachable and giving his timely guidance and advice. My sincere gratitude also goes to all those who instructed and taught me through the years. Finally, this project would not have been possible without the confidence, endurance and support of my family. My family has always been a source of inspiration and encouragement. I wish to thank my Parents and all my friends who have helped in completion my project. Last but not the least I’d like to thank God for been there in my support always.

SHASHANK TIWARI        

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Table of Contents  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT .......................................................................................................................... 3  ABSTRACT ............................................................................................................................................ 7  1) INTRODUCTION  ............................................................................................................................... 8  . 2)OBJECTIVES ....................................................................................................................................... 9  3)METHODOLOGY ................................................................................................................................ 9  4)An Overview of Banking Sector in India  .......................................................................................... 10  . 4.1)  Pre‐Nationalization Era: .......................................................................................................... 12  4.2)  Nationalization Stages: ........................................................................................................... 13  4.3) Post‐Liberalization Era‐‐‐Thrust on Quality and Profitability: ................................................... 15  4.3.1)Private Sector Banks .......................................................................................................... 17  4.3.2)Entry of Private Sector Banks: ............................................................................................ 17  5)Current situation ............................................................................................................................ 19  6)Broad Classification of Banks in India: ............................................................................................. 20  6.1)The RBI:.................................................................................................................................... 20  6.2)Public Sector Banks: ................................................................................................................. 20  (6.3) Private Sector Banks: ............................................................................................................. 21  (6.4) Co‐operative Sector Banks: .................................................................................................... 21  (6.5)  Development  Banks:  Development  Banks  mostly  provide  long  term  finance  for  setting  up  industries. ...................................................................................................................................... 21 ...
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