"Role Of Cooperative Banks In Rural Development" Essays and Research Papers

  • Role Of Cooperative Banks In Rural Development

    http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/1716433/ Co-operative Banks in India: Functioning and Reforms Description: Co-operative banks are an integral part of the Indian financial system. They comprise urban co-operative banks and rural co-operative credit institutions. Co-operative banks in India are more than 100 years old. Urban Co-operative Banks (UCBs) also referred to as primary cooperative banks?play an important role in meeting the growing credit needs of urban and semi-urban areas...

    Bank, British co-operative movement, Cheque 951  Words | 7  Pages

  • Role of Banks in the Economic Development

    Bank: An organization, usually a corporation, chartered by a state or federal government, which does most or all of the following: receives demand deposits and time deposits, honors instruments drawn on them, and pays interest on them; discounts notes, makes loans, and invests in securities; collects checks,drafts, and notes; certifies depositor's checks; and issues drafts and cashier's checks. Features of Bank: • Money Dealing • Acceptance of Deposit • Grant of loan and advances • Payment...

    Bank, Central bank, Cheque 2033  Words | 7  Pages

  • Role of Commercial Banks in Economic Development

    Role of Commercial Banks in Economic Development According to Kent: “An organization whose principal operations are concerned with the accumulation of the temporarily idle money of the general public for the purpose of advancing to others for expenditure.” Various economists have different views about the role of commercial banks in economic development. Schumpeter says, “It is the banking system which serves as a key agent along with the entrepreneur in the process of economic development”...

    Bank, Commercial bank, Economic development 1293  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nabard Bank

    NABARD BANK HISTORY NABARD was established on the recommendations of Shivaraman Committee, (by act 61, 1981 of Parliament) on 12 July 1982 to implement the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development Act 1981. It replaced the Agricultural Credit Department (ACD) and Rural Planning and Credit Cell (RPCC) of Reserve Bank of India, and Agricultural Refinance and Development Corporation (ARDC). It is one of the premier agencies to provide credit in rural areas. Nabard is India's specialised...

    Bank, Central bank, Finance 1042  Words | 4  Pages

  • Role of Commercial Banks in Economic Development

    regarding how banks provided finance for imperialist ventures in newly acquired colonies. Over time banks have formed an important part in providing an avenue for both savings and investments. Land, Labor, capital and entrepreneurs are the basic economic resources available to business. However, to make the use of these resources, a business requires finance to purchase of the land, hire labor, pay for capital goods and pay for individuals with specialized skills. Detail role of commercial banks in economic...

    Bank, Commercial bank, Economics 864  Words | 5  Pages

  • Cooperative Banks

    Supreme Court exempts Co-Operative Banks from claiming under Recovery of Debts Due to Banks and Financial Institutions Act The case of Greater Bombay Co-Op Bank Ltd. v. United Yarn Tex. Pvt. Ltd. and Ors., decided by a three judge bench of the Supreme Court finally settles the long-ranging debate about the interplay between Debt Recovery Tribunals and Co-operative Banks that had brought about a series of conflicting High Court decisions. The question in this case was whether the mechanism for...

    Bank, Bank regulation, Cooperative 916  Words | 3  Pages

  • Cooperatives and Urban Development

    TITLE: COOPERATIVES AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT ABSTRACT This paper contributes on the understanding of the cooperative governance and their contribution in urban development agenda. It takes Mamsera Rural Cooperative Society Limited and Karanga LCT SACCOS as the cases in point. The study was done through the use of interviews which were done through ready prepared questions. The interview was not the only methodology used to collect the data, other methods include Observation method where it involved...

    City, Co-operative Party, Consumers' cooperative 2428  Words | 7  Pages

  • Role of Commercial Bank in Economic Development in India

    country needs the services of financial institutions for accelerating the pace of development. Commercial banks have played a critical role in the economic development of a country. Now a day’s commercial banks are important not just from the point of view of economic growth, but also financial stability. In emerging economies, commercial banks are special for three important reasons. First, they take a leading role in developing other financial intermediaries and markets. Second, due to the absence...

    Bank, Commercial bank, Developing country 1746  Words | 6  Pages

  • Role of Commercial Banks in the Economic Development of a Country:

    Role of Commercial Banks in the Economic Development of a Country: Commercial banks are one of the three primary agents which help circulating funds in the market. Commercial banks provide loans and corporate bonds to the households, new start ups and small medium enterprises to run their businesses. It also obtains money from the households and invests that money to other profitable investments. The money held as customer account then accrues interest which is given to the customer in the form...

    Bank, Commercial bank, Economics 1100  Words | 4  Pages

  • Development Role of Rbi

    This role is, perhaps, the most unheralded aspect of our activities, yet it remains among the most critical. The Reserve Bank is one of the few central banks that has taken an active and direct role in supporting developmental activities in their country. The Reserve Bank’s developmental role includes -ensuring credit to productive sectors of the economy, ...

    Agriculture, Bank, Central bank 1190  Words | 4  Pages

  • Role of Ngo in Rural Development

    Suggestion for development of Hawkers Hawkers/Street vendors are most vulnerable to forced eviction and denial of basic right to livelihood. It causes severe long-term hardship, impoverishment and other damage including loss of dignity. Therefore, no street vendor should be forcefully evicted. They would be relocated with adequate rehabilitation only where the land is needed for a public purpose of urgent need. Therefore: a) Eviction should be avoided wherever feasible unless there is clear...

    Costermonger, Hawker, Retailing 1820  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Cooperative Bank

    examines the foundation and operational systems of the cooperative bank and its attempt to position itself within the context of two generic identities; the cooperative movement and the generic identity of the banking industry. It takes a look at the ethical policy concepts of the bank as its business model and how this has evolved as a differentiation characteristic for the banking industry. It also explores briefly the evolution of the bank since conception, its successes and challenges so far,...

    Bank, Barclays, Cheque 848  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural Development of Pakis

    Rural Development of Pakistan CSR Project Submitted to: Sir Uzair farooq Submitted by: M.Azeem khan MBO-20 Comsats University, Lahore Rural Development of Pakistan ...

    Economics, Economy, Population 1196  Words | 6  Pages

  • Rural Development

    Summary on Financial Literacy Financial inclusion in rural communities has become the focus of increased attention in recent years. There have been a number of financial literacy training programs and efforts to enhance participation in the formal financial sector by rural households. In this paper we describe the simply design process, result and general observation i.e. Financial Literacy for community based micro-finance institution in rural India. Financial stability and financial inclusion is...

    Bank, Economics, Finance 667  Words | 3  Pages

  • Cooperative in India

    organised the first multifacet cooperative enterprise of the country "The Cuttack Cooperative Store" as early as 1898. 2. The Cuttack Co-operative Store came into existence on 11th June, 1898 with Madhusudan Das as the honorary secretary and Jankinath Bose, the father of Netajee Subash Chandra Bose as the treasurer. 3. To save the poor cultivators from the exploitation of the money-lenders, the Co-operative Movement started in Orissa as early as in 1903. By the Cooperative Credit Societies Act, 1904...

    Agriculture, Andhra Pradesh, Cooperative 1291  Words | 6  Pages

  • Current Developments in Corporate Banking in India

    Current Developments in Cooperative Banking in India Mandira Sarma Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER) Core 6A, India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road, New Delhi 110 003 India mandira@icrier.res.in •First •Prev •Next •Last •Go Back •Full Screen •Close •Quit • The cooperative banks/credit institutions constitutes the second segment of Indian banking system, comprising of about 14% of the total banking sector asset (March 2007). • Bulk of the cooperative banks...

    Bank, Banking in India, Cooperative 1061  Words | 5  Pages

  • Ngo Activities in Rural Development

    activities in rural development: A criticalappraisal. Introduction:  Non-Government Organization (NGOs) started in this country in a limited scale as relief  provides following the devastating cyclone in 1970, which claimed colossal human lives and properties in the coastal belt and the off-shore islands. Devastations caused by the War of Liberation in 1971 prompted other foreign and newly established local NGOs to mount relief andrehabilitation Programs.Recognizing the need for development for alleviating...

    Bangladesh, Economic development, Grameen Bank 1875  Words | 7  Pages

  • Attempts at Rural Development in India

    Rural development generally refers to the process of improving the quality of life and economic well-being of people living in relatively isolated and sparsely populated areas.[1] Rural development has traditionally centered on the exploitation of land-intensive natural resources such as agriculture and forestry. However, changes in global production networks and increased urbanization have changed the character of rural areas. Increasingly tourism, niche manufacturers, and recreation have replaced...

    Development, Government of India, International development 1723  Words | 6  Pages

  • Role of Agriculture in Development

    Role of Agriculture in the Development of Pakistan Zawar Hussain Agriculture is known as the base for the economy of Pakistan in the world view, because since the creation of Pakistan, the field of agriculture was of great focus for economic growth and one of the reason for making agriculture as base of our economy was fertile and rich land of Pakistan. But with the passage of time, to cope with the rest world , Pakistani economists had to think to increase their economic growth and they found...

    Agricultural economics, Agriculture, Economic development 1130  Words | 3  Pages

  • Cloud computing-silver lining for cooperative banks in India

    Cloud computing: Silver lining for cooperative banks "Our customers have increased expectations for better services, particularly in the areas of Internet and mobile banking. New, more sophisticated and intelligent technologies can empower change and create opportunities for our bank to deliver these services and at the same time manage growth, risk and efficiency," said B V Dwarakanath, Chairman of the Sree Charan Souharda Cooperative bank. By implementing the cost effective, state-of-the-art...

    Bank, British co-operative movement, Cloud computing 1711  Words | 7  Pages

  • Regional rural bank

    3/19/2014 STATE BANK OF INDIA :: INDIA's LARGEST BANK REGIONAL RURAL BANKS Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) were established in 1975 under the provisions of the Ordinance promulgated on 26th September, 1975 and Regional Rural Banks Act, 1976 with a view to developing the rural economy by providing, for the purpose of development of agriculture, trade, commerce, industry and other productive activities in the rural areas, credit and other facilities, particularly to small and marginal farmers...

    Assam, Bank, Banking 521  Words | 7  Pages

  • Globalization, Cooperatives and Credit Groups

    Non-governmental organizations, credit groups and cooperatives Due date: 16 September 2013 Table of contents Page No. 1. Introduction 1 2. Types of non-governmental organizations 1 2.1. NGO type by level of orientation 1-2 2.2. NGO type by level of cooperation 2 3. Cooperatives and credit groups 2-3 3.1. Developmental roles of cooperatives 3-4 3.2. Developmental roles of credit groups 4-5 3.3. Functions of cooperatives 5 3.4. Functions of credit groups 5-6...

    Cooperative, Economics, Housing cooperative 2189  Words | 7  Pages

  • Role of Ngos in Rural Developement

    Role of NGOs in Rural Development Shridhar Hegde, 2nd year MBA MSRIT Bangalore Kishan B.V , 2nd year MBA MSRIT Bangalore Abstract India has been a land of villages and the Government of India has been Implementing numerous rural development programmes for the upliftment of rural Communities. Non-government organizations with their advantage of non- rigid, locality specific, felt need-based, beneficiary oriented and committed nature of service...

    Government of India, India, Non-governmental organization 1296  Words | 5  Pages

  • Role of Nabard in Rural Development

    CONTENTS Message of Chief Minister of Orissa Message of Minister, Women & Child Development Message from Asst. Country Director, CARE-INDIA Message from CGM, NABARD Regional Office, Bhubaneswar Message from CGM, SBI Local Head Office, Bhubaneswar Message from GM, SIDBI, Regional Office, Bhubaneswar Message from DGM, UCO Bank (SLBC), Bhubaneswar Preface of Secretary WCD From the desk of Director, Mission Shakti List of Abbreviations Chapter – I : micro-Finance and Women’s...

    Bank, Grameen Bank, Microcredit 26571  Words | 91  Pages

  • empowering rural women in the agricultural sector

    inequality gap in women in agriculture. Development, food security and poverty alleviation will only be achieved through agricultural growth. Women farmers continue to being marginalised members of the rural development community. Executive summary Rural women farmers must be recognised and must be greatly appreciated. Women have tangible contributions to rural development, agriculture and food. Household food and nutrition security depends mostly on rural food production and this contributes greatly...

    Agricultural economics, Agriculture, Biodiversity 1818  Words | 7  Pages

  • Role of It in Banks

    Role of Information Technology (IT) in the Banking Sector Banking environment has become highly competitive today. To be able to survive and grow in the changing market environment banks are going for the latest technologies, which is being perceived as an ‘enabling resource’ that can help in developing learner and more flexible structure that can respond quickly to the dynamics of a fast changing market scenario. It is also viewed as an instrument of cost reduction and effective communication with...

    Bank, Banking, Banking technology 1575  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Role of Agriculture in Indonesia Economic Development

    The Role of Agriculture in Indonesia Economic Development Indonesia can be categorized as an agrarian nation, where the role of agriculture in Indonesia economy really significant. Agriculture sector in Indonesia has a role in: (a) providing job opportunity for the majority of labor force, (b) producing foods for the nation, (c) raw material producer for industrial sector, and (d) strengthening food security and rural development. The role of agriculture becomes more important when Indonesia...

    Agriculture, Economics, Economy 870  Words | 3  Pages

  • Role of Indian Banks in the Growth of the Indian Economy

    banking sector is no exception to this event. Banking, the world over, has been changing at a spectacular pace. This change is due to multifarious factors like the need to be efficient in functions, thirst for becoming finance superpowers than mere banks, growing importance of private banking, the rise in high net worth individuals, etc. the decade of 90s has witnessed a sea change in the way banking is done in India. Technology has made tremendous impact in banking. “ANYWHERE BANKING” and “ANYTIME...

    Bank, Banking, Central bank 2120  Words | 6  Pages

  • Cooperative Bank Case

    Title of the Report: Case Analysis of ‘The Cooperative Bank’ The Purpose: The purpose of the report is to submit the analysis of The Cooperative Bank based on the Activity Based Costing methodology To whom it is submitted (Name of the instructor): Prof. Sandhya Bhatia, Professor, Managerial Accounting, Indian Institute of Management, Udaipur Name of the Author: Abhishek Sengupta Anubhav Nigam Ravindran Damodaran Saurabh Srivastava Date of Submission: 24 February 2013 ...

    Activity-based costing, Cost, Costs 1444  Words | 6  Pages

  • Rural Bank of Suarez

    CASE ANALYSIS 2: RURAL BANK OF SUARES Synthesis: Peter Arguelles is bank general manager at Rural Bank of Suares. During the stockholder’s meeting, he proposed that the bank should open another branch in the city but the stockholders are questioning this movement given that there are already big banks in the city and there is already two rural banks. Based from the company’s history, they have financial difficulties for almost 20 years because of the government’s lending...

    Bank, Economics, Investment 775  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rural Insurance

    business in rural India, both among the rural wealthy and the not-so-wealthy, and most firms in the business are actually ahead of targets laid down by the sector’s regulator, Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority, or Irda. The companies claim that apart from helping them grow sales in locations outside the near-saturated urban markets, this strategy also helps them maintain their profitability at existing levels—which means that rural policies are as profitable as urban ones. “Rural and social...

    Business, City, Economics 760  Words | 3  Pages

  • The role of banks in an economy

     The role of banks in an economy One think one knows what a bank is and what it does. And not without reason: most people have had experience of at least one bank, even if it is only through having a salary account or withdrawing cash from an ATM. A bank's activities in all its divisions can basically be simplified as follows: it transfers money and information, and in doing so transforms money, maturities and risks. Some of the example of four lines of a bank's business to examine how it does...

    Bank, Central bank, Debt 1761  Words | 6  Pages

  • Rural Development in India

    Rural Development In India India has been a welfare state ever since her Independence and the primary objective of all governmental endeavors has been the welfare of its millions. Planning has been one of the pillars of the Indian policy since independence and the country’s strength is derived from the achievement of planning. The policies and programmes have been designed with the aim of alleviation of rural poverty which has been one of the primary objectives of planned development in...

    Panchayati raj, Poverty, Rural 1416  Words | 4  Pages

  • Role of Agriculture in Economic Development of Bangladesh

    The Role of Agriculture in the Economic Development of Bangladesh Muhammed Nazmul Islam Economic Portrait of Bangladesh After December 1971 Bangladesh was expected to be a prosperous economy by eradication of poverty & utilization of political freedom to avail economic liberation. With great ambitions in eyes & high responsibilities on the shoulder, Bangladesh reached to the 20th century with some achievements & lots of disappointments. In past 20 years (1990 to 2009) the Gross Domestic Product...

    Agriculture, Economic development, Economic growth 1150  Words | 4  Pages

  • Mobile Finance for Rural Banks

    Edition (J2ME) 4 Short Message Service (SMS) 4 Secured Short Message Service (SSMS) 5 Figure 1 5 Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) 5 SIM Application Toolkit (SAT) 6 Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) 6 Mobile Finance for the Rural Environment 6 Mobile Finance solution 6 Products 7 Stakeholders 7 Recommendations 8 List of Mobile Finance software vendors and their products 8 Introduction Mobile Finance refers to the provision of a set of banking and financial services...

    Cellular network, GSM, Mobile banking 1547  Words | 7  Pages

  • Historical Background of Rural Finance of Bangladesh

    Historical background of rural finance The non-institutional or informal rural finance Informal rural finance markets enable flow of funds and transfer of rural financial assets through relatively localised transactions in money, and real goods and services among friends, relatives, kin-members, landlords, neighbours, shopkeepers, farmers, artisans, itinerant traders, marketing intermediaries, village mahajans (moneylenders), and other local income groups. Informal financial markets do...

    Bangladesh, Bank, Bond 1527  Words | 4  Pages

  • Role of Financial Institution in Economy

    Role of Banks and Financial Institutions in Economy Money lending in one form or the other has evolved along with the history of the mankind. Even in the ancient times there are references to the moneylenders. Shakespeare also referred to ‘Shylocks’ who made unreasonable demands in case the loans were not repaid in time along with interest. Indian history is also replete with the instances referring to indigenous money lenders, Sahukars and Zamindars involved in the business of money lending by...

    Bank, Banking, Cheque 1261  Words | 4  Pages

  • Land Bank of the Philippines: Company Profile

    Mission To serve as a catalyst for countryside development through innovative approaches in building stronger and more cohesive cooperative organizations with viable and sustainable business enterprises. Brief History Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) is a financial institution wholly owned by the Philippine National Government. It was created under the Agrarian Reform Law enacted by Congress in 1963. Later, LBP became the first universal bank by charter with expanded commercial banking powers...

    Bank, Commercial bank, Credit union 749  Words | 3  Pages

  • Cooperative Banks

    COOPERATIVE BANKS Introduction Co-operative bank, in a nutshell, provides financial assistance to the people with small means to protect them from the debt trap of the moneylenders. It is a part of vast and powerful structure of co-operative institutions which are engaged in tasks of production, processing, marketing, distribution, servicing and banking in India. A co-operative bank is a financial entity which belongs to its members, who are at the same time the owners and the customers of their...

    Bank, Bank regulation, Commercial bank 6590  Words | 20  Pages

  • Role of Commercial Banks in Development

    Role of commercial banks in development. INTRODUCTION A commercial bank is something with which every one of us is well known. However different bankers and economists have defined it in a different way:  According to Kent: “An organization whose principal operations are concerned with the accumulation of the temporarily idle money of the general public for the purpose of advancing to others for expenditure.” According to Banking Companies Ordinance 1962: “Banking...

    Bank, Cheque, Commercial bank 3979  Words | 13  Pages

  • Space for Rural Management in the Next Decade

    Office room NO 323 FPRM Scholar ,ANAND-388001-gujarat Spaces for Rural management in the next decade Introduction Rural Management encompasses art, practice and knowledge contributed by Rural Management Practitioners to the society. As a practice, it is the specific application of business acumen with a developmental sensibility to solve problems of decision making, planning, organising and delivering desirable outcomes for rural interface organisations. As a teaching discipline, it is contributing...

    Business, Design management, India 1119  Words | 4  Pages

  • Executive Summary of Rajasthan Gramin Bank

    is highly influenced by rural economy; therefore the role of Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) in the rural development is phenomenal. Regional Rural Banks in India are an integral part of the rural credit structure of the country. Since the very beginning, when the RRBs were established in October 2, 1975, these banks played a pivotal role in the economic development of the rural India. The main goal of establishing regional rural banks in India was to provide credit to the rural people who are not economically...

    Bank, Central bank, Core banking 1290  Words | 4  Pages

  • Infrastructure Development V/S Rural Economy

    INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT V/S RURAL ECONOMY Infrastructure is of great importance for an economy and without developing of proper infrastructure no country can ensure its economic growth. The development of infrastructure in any economy is directly related to the economic welfare of its people. Rural infrastructure includes the roads, finance, transport, electricity, communication and warehousing. In...

    Economic development, Economics, Economy 1649  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rural Banking

    Rural Retail Banking in India: 2020 Faculty Contributor : Jayadev M., Associate Professor and Roger Moser, Visiting Faculty Student Contributors : Madhulika Kaul and Charvi Tandon Financial inclusion is seen as one of the means for overall economic development of a country. The growth of the rural retail banking industry fosters financial inclusion by providing financial products and services to people in the farthest reaches of the country. In India, even now the rural areas lack access to...

    Bank, Banking, Central bank 2477  Words | 7  Pages

  • rural livelihood

    SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT OF RURAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COURSE : SOCIAL ECONOMICS OF RURAL LIVELIHOOD CODE : ERL213 LECTURE : FRANCIS UNGAPEMBE STUDENT : GIFT KAPOTA YEAR : 2 ASSIGNMENT : Seven QUESTION : Discuss the role of government in promoting socio-economics of rural livelihood DUE DATE : 7 September 2013 DATE SUBMITTED: 2 September 2013 Government has a role to play...

    Economic development, Economics, Land reform 1383  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rural Sociology

    Rural sociology is a field of sociology associated with the study of social life in rural areas. It is an active field in much of the world, and in the United States originated in the 1910s with close ties to the national Department of Agriculture and land-grant university colleges of agriculture.[1] The sociology of food and agriculture is one focus of rural sociology and much of the field is dedicated to the economics of farm production. Other areas of study include rural migration and other demographic...

    Agricultural experiment station, Agriculture, Land-grant university 1569  Words | 5  Pages

  • Functions of Development Banks

    What are the functions of Development Banks? Describe its Quantitative and Qualitative roles. Solution: Development Banks or Development Finance Institutions (DFI’s) as these are normally called in the financial world are a post World War II phenomenon. Their establishment in Africa, Asia and other developing countries in most cases coincided with the attainment of independence. Their mission being “to expedite the pace of development in accordance with the national priorities and aspirations...

    Developing country, Development, Economic development 778  Words | 3  Pages

  • Potentials and Constraints of Rural Development in Zambia

    Introduction Development is essential for every aspect of life. To improve a nation, the economy has to be developed. Among the socio-economic targets of all countries is the development of the rural areas. Rural development in general is usually used to denote the actions and initiatives taken to improve the standard of living in non-urban neighborhoods, countryside, and remote villages. This paper intends to discuss rural development, how its brought about and the effects both positive and negatives...

    Development, Development economics, Economic development 1901  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Role of the Central Bank

    Role of A Central Bank as Lender of Last Resort Introduction Nowadays, monetary and central bank policy become more and more important. Besides, many references are regularly made to the function of central bank as lender of last resort(LOLR). LOLR contributes a lot to solve the financial crises. As central banks are independent from government, they seem to have strong priorities. In modern society, with the growth of the global economy, central banks have been playing especially important...

    Bank, Bank of England, Central bank 2365  Words | 7  Pages

  • Role of Financial Institutions and the Central Bank in Kenya

    Question 1: Briefly explain role of the following Financial Institutions in the economic development of Kenya: a) Kenya Industrial Estates: Kenya Industrial Estates (KIE) Limited was established in 1967 as a subsidiary of Industrial and Commercial Development Corporation (ICDC) with a major role of promoting indigenous entrepreneurship by financing and developing small scale and micro enterprises. KIE Limited was established to facilitate development and incubation of micro, small and medium...

    Bank, Central bank, Economics 1895  Words | 6  Pages

  • rural development policies vs urban development policies

    nation can only achieve new levels of growth by implementing both rural and urban development strategies simultaneously, as they converge towards the advancement of the entire country where all citizens of the country benefit from government policy. This essay encompasses three different cases. In Case 1, we outline the various rural development strategies and assess the impact of any developing nation favouring rural development policies over urban biased policies. Then, in Case 2, we list possible...

    City, Developing country, Economic development 2022  Words | 6  Pages

  • Rural Bank of Suares

    Group 2 Rural Bank of Suares Case Synthesis: In a stockholders’ meeting of the Rural Bank of Suares (RBS), Peter Arguelles, the bank general manager, proposed that the bank should open another branch in the capital city. However, the stockholders are reluctant with this motion, given that there are branches of the big banks of Manila and already two rural banks in the city. For more than 20 years, the Rural Bank of Suares struggled financially because of the government’s lending program. Point-of-View: ...

    Bank, Bond, City 830  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Role of Extension in Agricultural Development

    THE ROLE OF EXTENSION IN AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT by Ifeoma Irohibe Department of Agricultural Extension, University of Nigeria, Nsukka Agriculture is the science of cultivating crops and rearing animals for the benefit of man and also includes other processes such as processing, storage and marketing of agricultural produce. The agricultural sector is essential in the economic development and poverty alleviation drive of many sectors. The importance of this sector is more pronounced in developing...

    Agricultural economics, Agricultural extension, Agriculture 704  Words | 3  Pages

  • Future of Rural Insurance in India

    FUTURE OF RURAL INSURANCE IN INDIA India is fast emerging on the world map as a strong economy and a global power. The country is going through a phase of rapid development and growth. All the vital industries and sectors of the country are registering growth and thus, luring foreign investors. And insurance sector is one of them. The rural market in India, constituting 742 million people, is by far the largest potential market in the world. The annual rural household income of Rs 56,630 (as per...

    Business insurance, Economics, Endowment policy 786  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural Bank of Suares

    Dynamics of Management Practice Case RURAL BANK OF SUARES In a stockholders meeting of the Rural Bank of Suares (RBS), Peter Arguelles, the bank general manager, reported on the financial performance of the rural bank in the past year (see Exhibits 1 and 2). The stockholders were pleased with the report since it showed substantial growth in both profitability and resources as compared to the preceding years. They were however surprised by Arguelles proposal that the bank should embark on the opening of...

    Asset, Bank, Central bank 1289  Words | 2  Pages

  • ROLE OF THE STATE IN ENSURING DEVELOPMENT IN A COUNTRY

     Moi University COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES IRD 200: DISCUSSION ON THE ROLE OF THE STATE IN ENSURING DEVELOPMENT IN A COUNTRY Submitted By: FRED WAICHERE M. FEBRUARY 2013 INTRODUCTION A state may be simply defined as a nation or territory considered as an organized political community under one government. Claude Ake (1992) defines a state as: The organized aggregate of relatively permanent institutions of governance. It is seen as a set of associations and agencies...

    Africa, Development economics, Economic development 1763  Words | 6  Pages

  • Rural

    Even after 56 years of Independence, right from the Nehru era to the Vajpayee era, the rural India of today still short of basic amenities, like drinking water, electricity, roads, housing, food and clothing. Once Gandhiji told the renowned author Mr. Mulk Raj Anand that we can't build India unless we build villages. Gandhiji wanted to make the villages independent republics, independent in governance and for routine requirements, governed by the people of the villages and self sufficient for...

    City, Population, Rainwater harvesting 1417  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rural Bank of Suarez

    THE RURAL BANK OF SUARES To be submitted to Mrs. Dina Wong-Remoto in partial fulfillment of the requirement in Management 12-D Earl Adrian C. Aseñas Gil J. Buenavista Georgette Mae P. Dineros Christine Y. Lu Ma. Nathalie D. Refamonte Divina Mari A. Tubat January 24, 2014 I. Central Problem Major Problem: Should Rural Bank of Suares (RBS) expand and open a new branch in the city? Minor Problem: If they choose to do so, what is the best way to expand the bank in the...

    Bank, Economics, English-language films 820  Words | 4  Pages

  • Development of Rural Women Through Entrepreneurship

    Development of Rural Women through Entrepreneurship Key Words: - Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship, Industrialization , unemployment Abstract: - Empowerment of women has emerged as an important issue in recent times. The economic empowerment of women is being regarded these days as a Sine-quo-non of progress for a country; hence, the issue of economic empowerment of women is of paramount importance to political thinkers...

    Economic development, Economic growth, Economics 1637  Words | 6  Pages

  • Role Development

    Role concepts Anita C. Perkins Research College of Nursing Role development in Advanced Nursing NU6060 Dr. Jan Andrews February 04, 2013 Role concepts This article touched on the role concept of transition that the nurse practitioner experiences when starting out in their new role. The key theme of the article was role transition. Role transition is a change in the direction from one state to another state and functioning in a different manner (Hunter & Lops, 1996). In this article...

    Critical thinking, Diploma in Nursing, Healthcare occupations 773  Words | 3  Pages

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