• Non Performing Assets
    2010 9800 98 1.0 16000 32 0.2 151.7 -43.05 2006 2007 CAGR 34.54 -6.38 -30.42 127.04 Source: Report on Trend and Progress of Banking in India 2004 – 2010 Figure 2. Comparison between Old private sector banks and New private sector banks % OF NPAs pertaining to...
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  • Comparison Between Public and Private Sector Banks
    , Unit 1063 Storrs, CT 06269–1063 Phone: (860) 486–3022 Fax: (860) 486–4463 http://www.econ.uconn.edu/ Abstract India’s public sector banks (PSBs) are compared unfavorably with their private sector counterparts, domestic and foreign. This comparison rests, for the most part, on financial measures...
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  • non Performing loan
      India Pakistan Public Sector Banks 72% 54% Private Sector Banks 21% 30.20% Foreign Banks 7% 15.80% NPL: Pakistan vs India Below, a comparative analysis of non performing loans has been presented by reviewing the data for the last thirteen years that is from 2000 to 2012. The data have...
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  • Aman
    21.05 percent to 12.16 percent whereas Nationalised banks and all Public Sector Banks show less fluctuation in comparison to other on the whole, the ratio for all the scheduled commercial banks improved between 2001-02 and 2006-07. The significance of such income in India has increased mainly on...
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  • Project
    report higher profitability in comparison with others, i.e. public sector banks and private sector banks. Moreover, Foreign Banks with 8 per cent of the total assets of Scheduled Commercial Banks, generated 14.2 per cent of the total net profits of Scheduled Commercial Banks as at March end 2009...
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  • Synopsis - Indian Banking System
    industry in the nineties had paved the way for a level playing field between the various ownership groups. Historically, the industry was dominated by the public sector banks while the activities of the private sector (both domestic and foreign) were severely controlled by India's Central Bank, the...
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  • Banking
    & apply multidisciplinary concepts, tools & techniques to solve vital problems. • It familiarizes with the various services provided by Merchant Bankers. • They would help us to draw comparison between public & private sector companies engaged in Merchant Banking activities. • Based upon the...
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  • Comparative Study of Customer Satisfaction in Indian Public Sector and Private Sector Banks
    perception and expectation of services provided by public and private sector banks to draw a comparison between the two using the servqual model. SERVICE QUALITY IN BANKS Much of the research on service quality has been in the developed countries (Herbig & Genestre, 1996), even though services...
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  • Papaer
    values greater than threshold of 0.60 (Walsh, 1995). Hence it can be conclude that the items reliably measure the defined constructs. 6.2 Comparison between Public and Private Sector Banks Showing the Effect of Banking Services on Customer Satisfaction As the descriptive statistics in table 2...
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  • A Review of Private Infrastructure Finance in India
    private investment and innovative instruments like Viability Gap Funding, public private partnership etc., In the last two decades, there is a welcome resurgence of private financing for infrastructure projects, According to South Asian Economic Review PPP investments between 1990 and 2008, India...
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  • Service Mktng
    environment with key focus on customer relationship management. This research mainly focuses on studying about both customer perception and expectation of services provided by public and private sector banks to draw a comparison between the two. With India now at the path of growth and aiming...
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  • Telecom Industry Analysis
    %, while the advances showed a growth trend between 39% to 71%. The net profits by private sector banks recorded a compound annual growth of 27% to 36%. Deposits Trend in private and public banks The public sector banks have shown growth in their credits in comparison to their private and foreign...
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  • Perception of Service Quality in Public Sector Banks
    that traces its origins back to June 1806 and that is the largest commercial bank in the country. Currently, India has 88 scheduled commercial banks - 27 public sector banks (that is with the Government of India holding a stake), 31 private banks (these do not have government stake; they may be...
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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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  • Banking Sector
    lend aggressively where the prospects are good, though, as will be discussed later, better regulation of public banks may also achieve similar goals. Historically, a crucial difference between public and private sector banks has been their willingness to lend to the priority sector. The recent...
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  • Growth Sonci 1991
    plants, among other industries, were effectively nationalized in the mid-1950s. Capitalism and Private sector did not exist before 1991. Elaborate licences, regulations and the accompanying red tape, commonly referred to as Licence Raj, were required to set up business in India between 1947 and 1990...
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  • Excecutive Summary
    commercial banks (SCBs) - 28 public sector banks (that is with the Government of India holding a stake), 29 private banks (these do not have government stake; they may be publicly listed and traded on stock exchanges) and 31 foreign banks. They have a combined network of over 53,000 branches and 17,000...
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  • Banking Reform in India
    in India. Section 3 investigate the quality of intermediation. We begin by presenting evidence that there is substantial under-lending in India. To understand what role public ownership of banks may play in underlending, we identify differences between public and private banks in the sectoral...
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  • Private vs Public Sector in India (Exemplified with Icici & Sbi Banks))
    between the public sector and the private sector ,. Over the years after independence, the banking sector in India was primarily dominated by the state banks. They played a significant role in the development process of the c9ountry's economy. The period 1969-1990,witnessed rapid branch expansion...
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  • Kotak Mahindra Bank
    , kick started the banking sector in India, which has been rapid growth with strong contribution from all the three sectors of banks namely- government banks, private banks and foreign banks. Almost 80% of the business is still controlled by Public Sector Banks (PSBs). PSBs are still dominating the...
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