• Phd Thesis
    for business strategies. Role of exim bank if Indian generating foreign exchange through export promoting Monitoring of economic offences : a management control systems perspective Private and public sector mail and messenger, angadia and selected courier services in Maharashtra. Analytical study of...
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  • Eco Project
    Discussion Profitability per Employee: The profit per employee is in the range of Rs.0.41 to 2.32 lakhs during the study period in G-I, similarly, it was between Rs.0.77 to 2.04 lakhs in G-II, Rs.1.08 to 6.15 lakhs in G-III and Rs.8.07 to 15.17 lakhs in G-V. The G-I, II (Public Sector Banks), even...
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  • Finance Project Titles
    study on Midcaps and its impact on NIFTY Market|55|| 91|The study on working capital in S M Dyechem Limited|89|V| 92|A study conducted for Lords Apparels Private Limited on working capital management and ratio analysis|147|B| 93|Financial planning and solutions with life insurance with...
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  • Non Performing Assets
    state of affair of the Non performing Assets (NPAs) of the public sector banks and private sector banks in India with special reference to weaker sections. The study is based on the secondary data retrieved from Report on Trend and Progress of Banking in India. The scope of the study is limited...
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  • Prime Bank
    performance. In the current study the researcher intends to find out the customer service performance of Prime Bank Limited and also compare the performance with other private sector banks. The Prime Bank Limited is a national banking group that is incorporated on the 12th February, 1995 as a...
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  • questionnaire
    - Appendix 1 (b)Communicated Papers  Surendra, B., Nyangau, A. S., Nyangosi, R. “Non-performing Assets in Public sector banks: An emerging bottleneck in Kenya” KAIM Journal of Management and Research (INDIA)  Nyangosi, R., Arora, J.S. “Online banking in India: a study of customers...
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  • Finance
    . With in category of customers one hundred fifty respondents each have been picked up from the public sector and private sector. And in the same manner in the category of banking officers fifty respondents each have been picked up from the public and private sector banks and financial institutions...
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  • Home Loan
    IT adoption in public sector banks and to which extent? 2.2 Research Design Descriptive research design was chosen to find out various services provided by public sector, private sector and foreign banks, the A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BANKING SERVICES AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION 49 extent of...
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  • Summer Project
    j s a j s 6 Comparative Analysis of Indian Private Banks INDUSTRY PROFILE Major constituents of the Indian financial sector are banks, financial institutions, and markets, which mobilize the resources from the surplus sector and channelize the same to the different needy sectors...
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  • online banking
    International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 3, Issue 9, September 2013 ISSN 2250-3153 1 A Comparative Study of Customer Perception toward E-banking Services Provided By Selected Private & Public Sector Bank in India Ms. Fozia Aligarh Muslim University, India...
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  • Bank Related Reviews
    (1994) in their paper, Comparative performance of publc sector banks in india” Prjanan, Vol. XXII, have analyzed and compared the efficiency in six public sector banks, four private sector and three foreign banks for the year 1996-97. Operational efficiency is calculatedin terms of total business and...
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  • NPAs
    effective performance of the banks leads the growth of any economy. In the present study, attempt has been made to measure the efficiency of the banks. For the purpose of study, the top five public sector banks and top five private sector banks operating in India are taken. Their efficiency is...
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  • Alternate Banking Channels
    The study is concerned with the banking industry in India. Post-LPG (Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization) period has shown transformation in banking industry. Particularly, with the introduction of IT in banking industry a lot of changes have taken place in public sector banks but slowly...
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  • A Study of Fdi and Indian Banking
    INDUSTRY P. SURJITH KUMAR & DR. N. PANCHANATHAM TO STUDY MARKETING STRATEGIES FOR CAR LOANS CUSTOMERS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MEERUT, U. P. ADITI SHARMA & DR. SUDHINDER SINGH CHOWHAN FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LIMITED...
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  • A Study on Non Performing Assets
    ., & Mittal, P. (2012). Non-Performing Asset: Comparative Position of Public and Private Sector Banks in India, International Journal of Business and Management Tomorrow, Vol.2 (1). Ahmed, JU. (2010). An Empirical Estimation of Loan Recovery and Asset Quality of Commercial Banks, The NEHU Journal, Vol...
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  • E-READINESS
    provided by the private and public sector banks from local to global scale. The developed countries i.e. Denmark, USA, Singapore and Japan etc. are enjoying the fruit of digitalization at 360o in their banking systems while developing countries i.e. Pakistan, Vietnam, Bangkok, Malaysia) are...
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  • MarketReportsOnline: 2018 India Cord Blood Stem Cell Banking Industry Analysis & Forecasts
    Cell Banking in India Table 2-1: Unique Issues Related to Cord Blood Transplantation Table 2-2: Public v/s Private Stem Cell Banks Table 2-3: Top 15 Preferred Location (Cities) for Cord Blood Banks in India Table 3-1: Comparative Procedure Charges in India & US (US$) Table 3-2: Cord Blood Stem...
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  • Strategic Hr
    sectors. In short, the study compared the relative importance and availability of various motivational factors to bank employees within and between the public and private sectors in Pakistan. Theoretical Framework Employee motivation is one of the most intensively studied topics in the field of...
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  • Bank Projects
    . Comparative productivity and profitability of public sector banks, nationalized banks and private sector banks is analyzed with the help of various ratios through average, correlation, regression, and factor analysis. It also studies the relative significance of 55 adverse profitability. The study...
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  • Fiscal Decentralization
    in Latin America: A Comparative Study of Chile, Colombia, and Bolivia (Boston: Harvard School of Public Health). Burki, S.J., Perry, G.E., and Dillinger, W.R., 1999, “Beyond the Center: Decentralizing the State, World Bank Latin American and Caribbean Studies, (Washington, DC: World Bank...
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