• Business
    development of HR strategy in a bank. The experience suggests that whilst HR type policies are being implemented, the outcomes can by no means be taken for granted. Introduction This paper sets out to explore the development of Human Resource Management (HRM) in the Co-operative Bank. It briefly...
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  • Syllabus
    Mortality Tables, Assignment, Nomination, Loans, Surrenders, Foreclosure, Reinsurance, Underwriting. 5. Overview of Banking Industry: Banking Structure in India- RBI, Commercial, Rural and Co-operative banks their role and significance, Capital Adequacy norms for banks, SLR, CRR, CAR. 6. Analyzing Bank...
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  • Core Papers Cc 101 Fundamentals of Business Economics - I
    : All units carry equal weightage of marks Unit:1 (1) Human Resource Management: meaning-Features-Difference between Personal Management and Human resource Management – Objectives of HRMImportance of HRM- Operative functions of HRM- Importance of HRM-Qualities of H.R. Manager-Roles of H.R. Manager (2...
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  • Case Studies
    Policy Urban Co-operative Banks Wholly-owned Subsidiary Wholesale Price Index SDDS SEBI SRO STR TACMP UCB WoS WPI 4 Report of the Committee on Financial Sector Assessment EXECUTIVE SUMMARY I. 1.1 INTRODUCTION Background The Financial Sector Assessment Programme (FSAP) is a joint...
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  • Amul case study
    . Following places have been studied. 9 GUJARAT CO-OPERATIVE MILK MARKETING FEDERATION LTD 1. Mahesana 2. Patan 3. Palanpur 4. Deesa Each and every town was studied individually and properly analysed. 4 Objectives : - Following are the major objectives : 1. To study the chocolate...
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  • Project
    Cards oPersonal Loans oHome and Car Loans oMutual Funds oBusiness Loans oSafe Deposit Boxes oDebit Cards oTrust Services oSignature Guarantees …and many other investment services. Introduction Of Co-operative Banks CO-OPERATIVE BANKING IN INDIA A co-operative bank is a...
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  • Mba Sylabus
    Co-Operative Credit Structure". 1976. Allied. Bombay. 3. Desai, Vasant, "Rural Development: Organisation and Management'.vol-3, 1988, Himalaya, Bombay. 4. 5. Jain, S.C. "Management in Agricultural finance". 1970. Vora Bombay. Naidu, L.K. "Bank Finance and Rural Development". 1986. Ashish, New Delhi...
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  • Rural Bankig Project
    State Governments. ABSTRACT Here 'RURAL BANKING' throws light on the following aspects: 1) Rural Banking – an introduction 2) Banks: functioning for development of rural areas 3) Co-operative banks and rural credit 4) Commercial banks and rural credit 5...
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  • customer satisfaction
    Scope of the study The scope of study is confined of services provided by the district co-operative bank the level of satisfaction derived by the customer with respect to these services provided. The scope of the study is limited to the assessment of customer satisfaction regard to selected...
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  • Rural Marketing
    habit in a big way. The commercial banks and the co-operative have been marketing the saving habits in rural areas for quite some years. Today, as much as 70% of the rural house hold are saving a part of their income. The habit is particularly widespread among salary owners and self employed non...
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  • Women Empowerment in India
    = 100 Objectives: The course has been designed to develop understanding of different concepts and theories underlying financial management and implications of various financial techniques. SECTION - A . Introduction to Financial Management: Meaning; Scope; Finance Function; Financial Goals; Agency...
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  • Economics
    proprietorship; partnership, JointStock companies (Private and Public), Co-operatives; Statutory Corporations, Joint ventures. Sources of funds. General and basic problems of business enterprises. Privatization and Commercialization as solutions to problems of public enterprises. 11...
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  • microeconomics
    HOUSING PROBLEMS FOR LOW AND MEDIUM INCOME GROUPS Siti Rohana Salleh Ahmad Ariffian Bujang INTRODUCTION Co-operative movement is a social economic organization registered under the provision of Co-operative Act, 1993 (Act 502). The membership, capital and administrations are based on...
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  • Essay
    . Following places have been studied. 9 GUJARAT CO-OPERATIVE MILK MARKETING FEDERATION LTD 1. Mahesana 2. Patan 3. Palanpur 4. Deesa Each and every town was studied individually and properly analysed. 4 Objectives : - Following are the major objectives : 1. To study the chocolate...
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  • Accounts M.Com
    . 10. Give the formula for valuation of fair value of Equity shares. 11 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING STANDARDS Unit Structure 11.1 Introduction 11.2 Meaning of IFRS 11.3 Objectives of IFRS 11.4 Scope of IFRS 11.5 List of IFRS 11.6 Challenges of IFRS 11.7 Convergence With IFRSs: Indian...
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  • Banking Theory & Practice- Notes
    in terms of certain defined, parameters, like growth pattern of RRBs; the credit distribution of RRBs; and the geographical distribution of RRBs. Till the birth of RRBs in India, branches of commercial banks and co-operative banks in thousand numbers were operating in the rural areas. But despite...
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  • Syllabus Bba
    .:-10 Introduction: Concept, Nature and Scope of Business; Concept of business as a system; Business and Environment Interface; Business objectives; Business Ethics and Values; Code of Conduct and Corporate Governance. Unit II No. of Hrs.:-12 Business Enterprises: Entrepreneurship – Concept...
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  • Syllabus
    basic concepts and knowledge with regard to a business enterprise and its various functional areas. Contents: Unit I No. of Hrs.:-10 Introduction: Concept, Nature and Scope of Business; Concept of business as a system; Business and Environment Interface; Business objectives; Business Ethics...
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  • Nature of Public Administration
    UNIT-1 Structure 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION - MEANING, NATURE, SCOPE AND IMPORTANCE 1.9 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.0 Learning Outcome Introduction What is Administration? Administration, Organisation and Management Defining Public Administration Nature of Public...
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  • M&a of Sbi and Sbindore
    merger can emanate from banks registered under the same State Act or from banks registered under the Multi State Co-operative Societies Act (Central Act) for takeover of a bank/s registered under State Act. While the State Acts specifically provide for merger of co-operative societies registered...
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