• bank sector
    of India which started in 1786, and the Bank of Hindustan, both of which are now defunct. The oldest bank in existence in India is the State Bank of India, which originated in the Bank of Calcutta in June 1806, which almost immediately became the Bank of Bengal. This was one of the three presidency...
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  • Bank Related Reviews
    Recommendations for Banks 3. Review of Literature related to Impact of Reforms on Indian Banks 4. Review of Literature related to Service Quality of Indian Banks2 The above mentioned literature have been obtained from following four major sources such as (i) Ph.D. research conducted in India, (ii) The...
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  • Monsoon Insurance
    IMPACT OF INDEX MONSOON INSURANCE IN INDIA Literature review • AGRICULTURAL INSURANCE IN INDIA-A PERSPECTIVE By Dr. A. Amarender Reddy Scientist (Agricultural Economics) Indian Institute of Pulses Research, Kanpur-208024. Abstract Background the...
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  • Iternational Review
    International Review of Business Research Papers Volume 6. Number 6. December 2010 Pp.95 – 107 Bank Market Concentration: A Case Study of India Manoj K. Sharma1 and Harpreet K. Bal2 Banking sector in India has undergone a deep transformation since 1992 Financial Sector Reforms and witnessed an...
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  • Microfinance
    been able to overcome challenges traditionally faced by the financial services sector in servicing the lower income population. In India, institutional credit agencies (banks) made an entry in rural areas initially to provide an alternative to the rural money lenders who provided credit...
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  • Financing
    Finance Gap amongst Smaller farmers in India, Punjab Navjot Sandhu University of Central England (UK) Abstract This paper examines the finance gap literature relating to farmers in general and specifically in India; reviews the financial provision and investigates the lending policies of...
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  • Role of co-operative bank in rural development
    of Co-operative Banking - Review of Existing Literature 3. Urban Co-operative Banks - Urban Co-operative Banks - Problems Encountered by Urban Co-operative Banks - Review of Existing Literature - Working Group on IT Support for Urban Co-operative Banks - Working Group on Umbrella Organization...
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  • Literature Review
    REVIEW OF LITERATURE REVIEW OF LITERATURE INTRODUCTION Marketing by service industries are yet to gain momentum, especially when it comes to marketing by comniercial banks. In India, the liberalization of the financial sector has impelled all the players to redefine what...
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  • Review Literature
    REVIEW OF LITERATURE: International Labour Office (ILO) , Promoting equity : Gender neutral job evaluation for equal pay : A step by step guide available at www.ilo.org McKinsey and company , Woman matter Gender diversity a cooperate performance driver available at Bank , Gender Equality as...
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  • Review of Literature
    Financial Restructuring and Its Impact On Corporate Performance In India CHAPTER – 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 21 Financial Restructuring and Its Impact On Corporate Performance In India LITERATURE REVIEW Finance is the life blood of business. A unit may fall sick because of a major...
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  • Challenges of E-Banking in India
    thereby the dimensions of the affectivity can be extracted. [5] Results The literature review was done by referring to studies and documentations on the implementation of electronic banking in various banks in India by various universities, and independent consultants. The focus of research...
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  • Cutomer Satisfaction
    satisfaction 1.4 Rural banking 1.5 Foreign banks in India 1.6 Nationalization of banking sector 1.7 Upcoming foreign banks in India 2. LITERATURE REVIEW………………………………………………. 3. NEED FOR RESEARCH……………………………………………….. 1. Need...
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  • Social Forestry
    of forest products with social justice. Literature Review 1. Social Forestry in Environmentally Degraded Regions of India: Case study of the Mayurakshi Basin. Social Forestry (SF) schemes have been implemented in India since the 1980s to combat deforestation, increase the supply of fuel-wood...
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  • Hdfc Bank Credit Cards
    | Contents TOPIC : “STUDY OF HDFC BANK CREDIT CARDS TOWARDS CUSTOMER” 1 1.Context /Background 3 2.Summary and literature review 4 3.Questions and hypotheses and justification 6 4.Summary of method 7 4.1:Research instruments 7 5.Ethics and Safety Requirements 8 6...
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  • Reaearch Praposal
    . Articles iii. News papers iv. Books v. Bank websites SAMPLE SIZE: 10 different banks which would consist of public as well as private sector players of the industry will be considered to conduct the study. Public sector: 1. State bank of India (SBI) 2. Bank of Baroda...
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  • Nbfc
    borrow loan may be 1-2 times in 5 years and considerable amount takes loan 1-2 times in a year where as very few say that they don’t take loan from banks and NBFI. As discussed in literature review the entire consumer borrowing in India is 2% of total household income. Indian consumer borrow loan but...
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  • Abc Ddd
    Indian stock market during the crisis. • To identify the impact on Indian banking system and its performance during and after the recession. • To compare Performance in India stock market and banks versus the performance in the US banking and stock market sector during the recession and to...
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  • Economic Growth and Poverty Alleviation
    % in 1990 from 43% in 2010, lifting 280 Million above the poverty line. (The World Bank, 2012; Appendix: Figure 2.1). Unprecedented growth of China, India, Latin America and few African countries contributed to this massive poverty reduction. Rodrik (2007) and Kenworthy (2011) mention that...
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  • The Caste System: Effects on Poverty in India
    article reviews the linkage between poverty and the caste system in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka. It also discusses the situation of the so-called Dalits (untouchables), which are typically considered to fall outside of the caste system. In addition to secondary evidence based on recent literature...
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  • Literature Review
    ) Radermacher et al. (2006) India, 1992 life, health, accident, property Sri Lanka, 2000 India, 2003 life, accident, disability, hospitalization health 24 LITERATURE REVIEW ON MICROINSURANCE INNOVATION MICROINSURANCE INNOVATION FACILITY Backed by a grant from the Bill & Melinda...
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