• Central Banker Often Talks the Market
    severe recession? RBI is silent on it, but eloquent about increasing dangers of global recession. Now looking back clear indications were given by Central banker about the recessionary pressure on the Indian economy due to global scenario. And statement made by the central banker contradicted or...
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  • Indian Banking Sector
    is the backbone to the nation’s economy. It provides the necessary funds for the nation’s growth and development. Banks play a pivotal role of not just accepting deposits and deploying large amounts of public funds but also leverage such funds through credit creation. The Banking system had...
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  • Rbi-India's Central Bank
    Ratio Cash reserve ratio is the minimum percentage of the deposit to be kept as reserve by the banks with central bank. It can be used as the technique of monetary policy. By changing cash reserve ratio, RBI can contract or expand credit in Indian economy.  → If RBI wants to contract credit, and...
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  • Retail Banking on Dhanlaxmi Bank
    OVERVIEW Growth and Stability in every Industry has always been one of the basic requirements for a sustained Economic Development. Banking sector in any Economy plays a major role in its sound growth. Every Country Has a governing body which regulates the functions and norms of the...
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  • Banking and Financial Institutions Notes
    indigenous banks are popular in villages and small towns. They perform combined functions of trading and banking activities. Certain well-known indian communities like Marwaries and Multani even today run specialised indigenous banks. Type 6. Central / Federal / National Bank Every country of the...
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  • Project Title
    " "Funds And Returns" "Insight On Home Loans" "Management Of NPAS In Indian Commercial Banks - With Special Reference To Federal Bank Ltd "Mgt Of Forex Risk" "Mutual Fund Analysis" "Mutual Funds: Risk And Return" "Performance Analysis Of Schemes Of HDFC Mutual Funds" "Pipes Future Ahead" Project...
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  • Currency Market
    THE WORLD * US Dollar Us dollar is by far the most widely traded currency. In part, the widespread use of the US Dollar reflects its substantial international role as “investment” currency in many capital markets, “reserve” currency held by many central banks, “transaction” currency in many...
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  • Strategic Analysis of Bank Industry
    Bank took on the role of central bank for the Indian government, while acting as a bankers' bank for the growing Indian banking sector. At the same time, the Imperial Bank, which, despite its role in the government financial structure remained independent of the government, carried on its own...
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  • Gp Topics
    In Indian Commercial Banks - With Special Reference To Federal Bank Ltd 28 "Mgt Of Forex Risk" 29 "Mutual Fund Analysis" 30 "Mutual Funds: Risk And Return" 31 "Performance Analysis Of Schemes Of HDFC Mutual Funds" 32 "Pipes Future Ahead" Project Undertaken In Saw Pipes 33 "Receivable Mgt" 34...
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  • Npa in J& K Bank
    important instrument of development, while with the strenuous NPAs, banks have become helpless burden on the economy. Looking to the changing scenario at the world level, the problem becomes more ironical because Indian banking, cannot afford to remain unresponsive to the global requirements. The...
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  • Group 1 Syllabus
    development - Sectoral changes in the Indian Economy (GDP and work force). Indian Planning – Objectives, priorities, specific aims of the recent 5 year plan-- experience and problems. Changes in the role of public-Private Sectors and their shares in the total plan outlay before and after economic...
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  • The impact of interest based banking on Socio-Economic Enviroment and Its solution through Islamic Finance Concept
    . All this happen due to proper allocation and circulation of fund in the economy in form of healthy financial services. Banks are very prominent in providing these financial services. From this point, the role and importance of banks can www.ijsrp.org International Journal of Scientific and...
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  • Retail Loans
    as through alternative delivery channels like ATMs, Phone Banking, Net Banking and Mobile Banking. . Retail Banking business in Bihar with special reference to IDBI Bank * 39. 28 4.4 Retail Banking In India The Indian players are bullish on the Retail business and this is not totally unfounded...
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  • Retail Banking
    do not necessarily endorse or approve any statement made, opinion expressed or conclusion drawn therein but approve the Summer Project Report only for the purpose it is submitted. Signature (i) Retail Banking business in Bihar with special reference to IDBI Bank EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Banking...
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  • An Empirical Study on Gold as a Commodity Derivative
    currency (even oil, gold and commodities have all been priced in U.S dollars since 1975 when OPEC officially agreed to sell its oil exclusively for US dollars. From 1944 until 1971, US dollars were convertible into gold by central banks in order to adjust for any trade imbalances between countries...
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  • Contribution of Indian Financial Institution Towards Economy
    Contribution of Indian Financial Institution towards Economy Abstract: Banks over the year play an significant role in development of Indian economy. After liberalization, the financial depression, the position of banks have become all the more important in the course of working of the money...
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  • Private Equity Funding in India – Issues and Challenges
    time. The economic reforms process has brought forth a burst of new entrepreneurial energies across the board in almost all sectors. As a consequence, the country is now recording substantial economic growth in excess of eight per cent. The above changed scenario of Indian economy is attracting more...
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  • Mba Syallbus Srm University
    of consignment tax.-The Central Excise including Central Value Added Tax (CENVAT); Basics of Indian Income tax act (theory only) – Service Tax – Fringe Benefit Tax - Entry Tax and Octroi MBN506 BUSINESS TAXATION Reference Books: 1. Business Tqaxation by T.S.Reddy & Dr.Y.Hari Prasad Reddy...
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  • Gold - a Project Report
    aims at investigating the factors for steep rise in the prices of gold in India from period of 2002-2012. This study is majorly based on secondary data that have been collected from the database on Indian economy which is maintained by Reserve Bank of India. The study analyses the yearly domestic...
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  • Essays
    considered to have clean, strong and transparent balance sheets relative to other banks in compatible economies in its region. The RBI is an independent body and government authority interference is low. The stated policy of the Bank on the Indian Rupee is to manage volatility but without any fixed...
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