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    Banks and Bank Systems, Volume 6, Issue 2, 2011 99 Namita Rajput (India), Monika Gupta (India) Assessing the efficiency of foreign banks in Indian context Abstract Since early 1990s, the Indian financial sector has noticed various changes in the policies and prudential norms to raise the banking...
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  • Non Performing Assets
    Economic Practices and Theories, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2011 (October), e-ISSN 2247 – 7225 www.ijept.org A Comparative Study of Non Performing Assets in Indian Banking Industry by Pacha Malyadri, S. Sirisha Principal, Government Degree College, Osmania University, Andhra Pradesh, India Institute of...
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  • Finance
    The Study on CRM in Banking Sector: Exploring Critical success Factor Abstract In the today’s era of competition Customer relationship management (CRM) has become a big buzz in Banking Sector, as it is known to be widely implemented strategy for managing a company’s interactions with customers. In...
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  • Prime Bank
    Offering a superior product is no longer sufficient, as firms in the 21st century economy compete on a much broader platform. In terms of the banking sector, service quality has become an increasingly important factor for success and survival (Cui, Lewis, & Park, 2003). Provision of high quality service...
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  • Finance Project Titles
    Reich|143|B| 5|A study on financial analysis of HDFC bank|99|| 6|HDFC standard life|92|B| 7|Performance analysis of growth oriented income fund with special reference to HSBC asset management India pvt ltd|90|B| 8|A report on augmenting asset liability management practices at Canara bank|142|Icfai| 9|Working...
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    S u b m i t t e d B y : R i c h a K a l r a j s a j s 1 Comparative Analysis of Indian Private Banks A Research Project ON “Comparative Analysis of Indian Private Banks (HDFC , ICICI , Axis Bank) on the basis of Operating Profit, Profit...
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  • Home Loan
    © Kamla-Raj 2011 J Economics, 2(1): 45-56 (2011) A Comparative Study of Banking Services and Customer Satisfaction in Public, Private and Foreign Banks Surabhi Singh and Renu Arora* Department of Resource Management, Gujarat Agricultural University, Dantiwada, Gujarat, India *Department of Resource...
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  • NPAs
    of Public Vs Private Sector Banks in India Monika Hanspal* V.K Sareen** The global financial system is still away from full recovery because of slow down of US economy, impact of Euro debt crisis on the Euro countries. Though the Indian banking sector is protected by the central bank still...
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  • Bank Related Reviews
    to literature review the possibility of repetition of study can be eliminated and another dimension can be selected for the study. The literature review helps researcher to remove limitations of existing work or may assist to extend prevailing study. Several research have been conducted to analyse the...
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  • Bank Projects
    CHAPTER – II Literature Review, Research Methodology and Data Base 2.1 Literature Review It is relevant to refer briefly to the previous studies and research in the related areas of the subject to find out and to fill up the research gaps, if any. Literature on financial services can generally be found;...
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  • Alternate Banking Channels
    094635-99700, 01637-261188(R) Accepted 24th February, 2011 In the present day, total automation of banking operations is an imperative need for all banks to attract more customers, provide efficient services, and survive in the emerging new competition, apart from the profit motive which is the primary...
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  • Strategic Hr
    A Preliminary Investigation of Employee Motivation in Pakistan’s Banking Sector Abdul Qayyum, Sukirno & Ayyaz Mahmood Abstract ------------------------------------------------- The banking sector worldwide faces fierce competition due to the rapid expansion of the financial community during the...
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  • A Study on Non Performing Assets
    Tomorrow Vol. 2 No. 3 A Study on the Performance of Non-Performing Assets (NPAs) of Indian Banking During Post Millennium Period Siraj. K.K*, Research Scholar, School of Management Studies, CUSAT, Cochin Prof. (Dr). P. Sudarsanan Pillai, Research Guide, School of Management Studies, CUSAT, Cochin Abstract...
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  • A Study of Fdi and Indian Banking
    No. TITLE & NAME OF THE AUTHOR (S) DR. KAVALDEEP DIXIT & NEHA JAIN AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF GENERATION X MANAGERS DR. S. GANESAN & DR. R. KRISHNAMURTHI STUDY ON SOURCES OF FUND OF PRIMARY CO-OPERATIVE AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVLOPMENT BANKS IN COMPOSITE TO THANJAVUR DISTRICT...
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  • Pricing Strategy
    DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Guidlines to MBA STUDENTS For PROJECT REPORT Matrusri Institute of Post Graduate Studies Affilated to Osmania University, Recognised by AICTE # 16-1-486/1, Saidabad, Hyderabad - 59. INTRODUCTION In all professional courses it is customary to insist on...
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  • Solid Waste Management
     A study of municipal solid waste management system adopted by various municipalities Presented to: Prof. Dr. Dev Raj Adhikari Faculty of Management Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur Prepared by: DamodarNiraula Laxman Raj Kandel Kishore Dhungana Nischal Thapa YogendraAdhikari ...
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  • Summmer Intren Project
    CO-OPERATIVE BANK LTD. BHUBANESWAR. SUBMITTED TO RIMS, ROURKELA (B.P.U.T) In partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of degree of Master of Business Administration. (2008-2010) UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF Corporate Guide : Mr. Sarada Kanta Das Faculty of ACSTI, Orissa State Cooperative Bank Ltd...
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  • Fiscal Decentralization
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  • Chapter 3 Literature Review
    of an IT revolution. Nearly, all the nationalised banks in India are going for information technology based solutions. The application of IT in Banks has reduced the scope of traditional or conventional banking with manual operations. Nowadays banks have moved from disbursed to a centralised environment...
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