• Bharat Me Fdi
    1. Difference of recruitment Public sector banks recruit mainly through bank exams and public notices. Private banks, on the other hand, prefer campus placements and referrals. For entry level jobs too, private banks usually go through campus placements. You would seldom find a public notice issued by...
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  • Comparative Study of Customer Satisfaction in Indian Public Sector and Private Sector Banks
    COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN INDIAN PUBLIC SECTOR AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS 1Puja Khatri & 2yukti Ahuja 1 School of Management Studies, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Kashmere gate, Delhi, India 2*Jagan Institute of Management Studies, 3, Institutional area, sector – 5...
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  • Banking Profitability
    Pp.157 – 176 Bank Profitability: The Case of Bangladesh Mohammad Abu Sayeed*, Piyadasa Edirisuriya** and Mohammad Hoque*** This study attempts to examine the impact of asset and liability management on the profitability of commercial banks in Bangladesh. Commercial banks are segmented into...
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  • Draft
    the relationship between ownership structure and efficiency of banks in Malaysia. There are many types of bank exist in Malaysia’s banking industry, they include Central Bank, Universal Bank, Retail Bank, Investment Bank and so on. This proposal we will focus on the Commercial Banks that exist in Malaysia...
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  • Kool
    Job Satisfaction of Bank Officers in Bangladesh By Nazrul Islam* and Gour Chandra Saha** Abstract This study attempts to evaluate job satisfaction of bank officers in Bangladesh. It focuses on the relative importance of job satisfaction factors and their impacts...
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  • Strategic Hr
    the difference in terms of the relative importance and availability of various motivational factors considered as the driving forces for 165 employees in public and private banks in Pakistan. The results of the study showed that a majority of the 12 motivational factors, which employees in public bank...
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  • Banking Reform in India
    nationalized banks, which are banks that are owned by the government, in some, increasingly less clear-cut way. Moreover, even the non-nationalized banks are subject to extensive regulations on who they can lend to, in addition to the more standard prudential regulations. Government control over banks has always...
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  • Sme Products
    A COMPARISON OF INDIAN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS BASED ON BANKING SERVICE QUALITY MODEL Mihir Dash1 Professor, Quantitative Techniques School of Business, Alliance University Chikkahagde Cross, Chandapura-Anekal Road, Anekal, Bangalore, Karnataka-562106 India tel: +91-9945182465 e-mail: mihirda@rediffmail...
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  • Perception of Service Quality in Public Sector Banks
    Consumer Perception of Public & Private Sector Banks: A Service Quality Approach TABLE OF CONTENTS |S. NO. |PARTICULARS |PAGE NO. | | |Executive Summary ...
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  • Supper Market
    Retailing and Consumer Services 13 (2006) 1–13 www.elsevier.com/locate/jretconser Building marketing strategies for state-owned enterprises against private ones based on the perspectives of customer satisfaction and service quality Lien-Ti BeiÃ, Cian-Fong Shang Department of Business Administration...
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  • The Effect of Private Information
    The Effect of Private Information and Monitoring on the Role of Accounting Quality in Investment Decisions* ANNE BEATTY, The Ohio State University W. SCOTT LIAO, University of Toronto JOSEPH WEBER, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1. Introduction Information asymmetry between managers and outside...
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  • Financial Management
    the Jamaican financial system to Valentino by the consultancy team of JMMB. What are the three primary ways in which capital is transferred between savers and borrowers? Capital may be defined as the money, property, and other valuables which collectively represent the wealth of an individual...
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  • Service Mktng
    II Introduction III Research Methodology IV Data analysis & Interpretation a) Customer Questionnaire b) Bank Questionnaire c) Consolidated analysis V Observations & Findings VI Conclusion VII Bibliography ...
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  • Comparison of Stress Level Among Emolyees of Pubic and Private Sector Banks
    “Comparison of stress level among employees of private and public sector banks” Submitted to Lovely Professional University In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of degree of MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Submitted by: ...
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  • Bd Bank Comapare
    PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITY INVOLVEMENT OF COMMERCIAL BANKS: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS AMONG THREE GENERATION BANKS IN BANGLADESH Quazi Sagota Samina Senior Lecturer East West University e-mail: qss@ewubd.edu Razib Alam Assistant Professor University of Dhaka e-mail: razibdu@yahoo.com Time Period: 2010 ...
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  • Sbi and Icici
    government's decision to privatize banks by reduction in state ownership culminated in the banking reforms based on the recommendations of Narasimha Committee (3). The prime mover for banks today is profit, with clear indications from the government to 'perform or perish'. Banks have also started realizing...
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  • Consumer Perception on Public vs Private Bank
    Consumer perception on Public Bank versus Private Bank A survey Report Prakhar Agarwal (09FN-077) Ravi Jain (09FN-090) Sachin Gogia (09FN-094) Sandeep Agarwal (09FN-099) Saurabh Kumar (09FN-101) Sunay Jain (09FN-110) * CONTENTS Particulars ...
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  • Credit Risk
    Publishing, Inc. 2011 http://www.eurojournals.com/finance.htm An Empirical Analysis and Comparative Study of Credit Risk Ratios between Public and Private Sector Commercial Banks in India Somanadevi Thiagarajan Ph.D. Scholar, Management Sciences, Anna University of Technology, Coimbatore, India Lecturer...
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  • Comparison Between Public and Private Sector Banks
    Comparison of Public, Private, and Foreign Banks T.T. Ram Mohan Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad Subhash C. Ray University of Connecticut Recommended Citation Mohan, T.T. Ram and Ray, Subhash C., "Productivity Growth and Efficiency in Indian Banking: A Comparison of Public, Private, and Foreign...
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  • Conceptual Framework
    competitive advantage for business organization. Public and private sector organizations in India differ with regard to their functioning and ownership, legal environment and criteria for accountability and control. The viability of performance of public sector units has been a matter of concern for the...
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