• Performance-Analysis-of-Top-5-Banks-in-India
    Overview of Banking Objective of study Research methodology Limitation of study 2. Review of literature CAMELS Framework 3. Company profile HDFC BANK SBI AXIS BANK IDBI ICICI BANK 4. 5. Findings and conclusion Bibliography Email: - satishpgoyal@gmail.com PUNE 2010 1|Page List...
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  • NPAs
     Performance Evaluation 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...
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  • Banking
    2231-4288 JOURNAL ON BANKING FINANCIAL SERVICES & INSURANCE RESEARCH Internationally Indexed & Listed Referred e-Journal A CAMEL MODEL ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS IN INDIA K. V. N. PRASAD*; G. RAVINDER**; DR. D. MAHESHWARA REDDY** *Assistant Professor, ITM Business School, Warangal, Andhra...
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  • Project on Comparison of Public and Private Sector Banking
    savings, investment and growth.Although a complete turnaround in banking sector performance is not expected till thecompletion of reforms, signs of improvement are visible in some indicators under theCAMELS framework. Under this bank is required to enhance capital adequacy, strengthenasset quality, improve...
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  • Compare of Public and Private Sector Bank
    COMPARISION OF PUBLIC BANKS AND PRIVATE BANKS WITH CAMEL METHODOLOGY SUMBITTED TO:- Prof. AMIT BHATTACHARYA SUBMITTED BY:- NIKITA DESAI. FARNAZ KAZI. MITTAL LAD. BHAVISHA MISTRY. VARSHA NANDA. RITA PATIL Abstract What are the trends observed in the performance of Public Sector and Private...
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  • Consolidiation and Its Impact on Assets Quality
    this period, the banks put in place effective risk management mechanisms, which is very important to the banking industry. By concentrating on the top line and bottom line, banks across the board have improved their profit while reducing their operational costs and more number of banks has improved their...
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  • fiil
    AS PER ECONOMIC VIEW 15 6 BANKING ANALYSIS AS PER INDUSTRY VIEW 22 7 BANKING ANALYSIS AS PER COMPANY VIEW 27 8 INTRODUCTION OF C.A.M.E.L. MODEL 28 9 METHDOLOGY 33 10 CONCLUSION 49 11 BIBLIOGRAPHY 50 1. OBJECTIVE:- The goal is to produce a value that investors...
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  • camel framework for banks
    1. INTRODUCTION Today banks have a key role in all countries. And their policies and strategies affect economic development, employment, prices, national income, etc. The operations of banks are known as one of the most important economic activity in the world. Any activity which requires investments...
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  • Merger
    4.0 HDFC BANK AND CENTURION BANK OF PUNJAB- A STUDY The Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited (HDFC) was first to receive approval of Reserve Bank of India to set up a bank in the private sector in liberalized era in 1994. The Bank was incorporated in August 1994 in the name...
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  • Summer Project
    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 after Tax ,EPS ,Capital Adequacy Ratio and seeing their...
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  • Credit Rating
    Fundamental and Technical Analysis of Banks: A Study Conducted on Public & Private Sector Banks of India. 1. Introduction: The Indian Banking sector well shielded by the Central bank of the country has managed to sail through most of the crisis. But, currently in light of slowing domestic GDP...
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  • Intenship Report
    Since liberalization of Indian economy, the number of banks nationalized has increased. Constant changes in regulation and interest rates by the Reserve Bank of India have created many trends in the banking sector. There are many international banks now entering the Indian Market due to the immense scope...
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  • Research
    Financial Performance of Commercial Banks in India: Application of CAMEL Model Prof. Dr. Mohi-ud-Din Sangmi Dean Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies University of Kashmir , Srinagar – 190006 Tel: 91-9419095039, E-Mail: sangmi_2k@yahoo.com Dr. Tabassum Nazir Assistant Manager, HDFC Bank , Srinagar...
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  • Fundamental and Technical Analysis
    prepared by the Basel Committee which was established by the central-bank Governors of the group of ten countries in 1974. The section explains the pillars of the Basel II accord on which it is made. CAMELS model is one of the most popular model being used for the analysis of the banking sector. A section of...
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  • Hdfc
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY A study on financial analysis of the HDFC is done for 45 days. HDFC is a reputed housing finance corporation with its head office located at Bombay. The main objective of the study was to study the overall financial analysis of HDFC. Finance is the lifeblood and nerve centre of a business...
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  • uco bank project
    Banking Project on UCO-Bank Analysis Submitted toDr. Puneet Dublish Submitted byAnish Bhattachayya [FT-09-] Anurag Kumar Mishra [FT-09-729] Durgesh Tiwari [FT -09-748] Jagat Singh Nagar [FT -09-754] Sourav Mukherjee [FT- 09-887] Shwetank Kumar [FT -09-856] Acknowledgement We take this opportunity...
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  • Merger & Acquisitions
    of Merged Indian Banks ………………………………... 16 5. Mergers & Amalgamation ……………………………………17 6. Amalgamation Process Flow Chart …………………………...28 7. Merger of B.O.P & Centurian Bank ………………………….32 8. Merger of Bank of Madura & ICICI………………………….40 9. Merger of Times Bank & HDFC ……………………………..46 ...
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  • Reaearch Praposal
    industry has undergone a sea change after the first phase of economic liberalization in 1991. The main aim of this study is to analyse various banksperformances and determine the best among them. The banking industry is a very important part of Indian financial system and this study will give us an opportunity...
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  • Organsiational Struture
    PROJECT REPORT ON “PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR MUTUAL FUNDS” (With reference to Selected Companies) SUBMITTED IN THE PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT OF “MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION” IN ...
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  • Bank Related Reviews
    research have been conducted to analyse the different aspects of performance of commercial banks in India and abroad. But there are very few research and literature available on the subject related to financial reforms and its impact on Indian banks. The available literature and research are divided into...
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