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Indian Banking System : Conundrums & Opportunities

  • Economics

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  • Author   :    Ed.: Abhishek Kumar
    Year of Publication   :   2019
    ISBN   :   9789388147095
    Language   :   English
    Binding   :   HB
    Pages   :   172
    Size   :   23 cms
    Categories   :   Banking, New Books, 2019, Economics
    Price  :  800
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    About the Book :

    This book “Indian Banking System : Conundrums and Opportunities” gives an idea of revolution in the banking business. Being deviated from the old and archaic system of banking, a new trend have been developed by introducing information technology. In the scenario of banking system, IT has brought about revolutionary changes in its working and it has accelerated the pace of globalisation. Different technological innovations have changed the working systems of banks in each and every field. Now, the banking system has easily adapting itself to the technological advancements.

    Keeping in view of the pros and cons of an electronically equipped banking system, this book is being presented to gang the conundrums and opportunities of sixteen papers contributed by different scholars. Some authors have cast their opinion in favour of change in the system to meet the challenges and some have highlighted towards the problem of inefficient working in comparison to private banks. In this connection, readers of this book have to decide as to what will be a better solution of the challenges faced by Banks? This is really a conundrum. This is why, this book is being presented for close examination in a logical way.

    This book will be useful to the researchers as well as to the students. It is also useful to the bankers. It will acquaint the readers, particularly with the development of information technology in the banking system.

    Contents include : Challenges of E-Banking in India; Determinants and Impact of Banking Technologies in Jammu Region of India; Mudra Bank : How the Mudra Bank Helps SMEs to Grow? Cyclical Behaviour of Indian Bank Capital Buffers; Customer Satisfaction Towards Mobile Banking; Factors Influencing the Usage of Digital Wallets; Dynamics of Emerging Issues and Challenges of Indian Banking Sector; Major Challenges and Opportunities for the Indian Banking System; Institutional Credit for Short-term Loan Issued in India; Rationale for Privatisation of Banks in India; Private Banks Dominate Public Banks in Providing High Quality Customer’s Satisfaction; Digitalization of Indian Banking System and Challenges Ahead; Issues and Challenges of E-Banking; Challenges of Banking System : Bank Loan, Cyber Threats and Bank Frauds; Post-Reform Challenges and Opportunities for Indian Banking Sector.

    About the Editor :

    Dr. Abhishek Kumar is working as an Associate Professor in KIIT School of Management, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar (Odisha). Dr. Kumar has more than thirteen years of varied experience in industry, academia and research. He has thirty-six publications in national and international journals to his credit and authored nine books in the field of economics and monetary policies. Five research scholars have been awarded Ph.D. under his supervision and currently guiding six more Ph.D. scholars.

    One of his book titled “Black Money and Parallel Economy : Causes, Effects and Remedial Measures” was released by Prof. (Dr.) Kaushik Basu, Chief Economist and Senior Vice-President, World Bank, Washington, D.C. and Prof. (Dr.) Sukhadeo Thorat, Chairman ICSSR (Ministry of HRD, New Delhi) and Former Chairman UGC. His second book titled "Economic Growth and Employment : Pre- and Post-Reform Analysis and Challenges” was released from the hands of Dr. Y.B. Reddy, Chairman 14th Finance Commission and Former Governor Reserve Bank of India and Prof. (Dr.) Sukhadeo Thorat.

    Dr. Kumar has been awarded with prestigious Dr. Asha Sablok Memorial Gold Medal for the best research paper in the IEA 2014 Annual Conference by the hands of the then RBI Governor, Dr. Raghuram Rajan. Beside this he has got several other awards from the industry and academia. Dr. Kumar has also the credit of bringing the first funded major project for the KIIT School of Management entitled "Process Documentation of the  Best Practices and Innovations in Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA)”, approved by Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), Ministry of HRD, Government of India, New Delhi. Dr. Abhishek Kumar is a Research Scrutiny Committee (RSC) Member and highly engaged in several research activities of KIIT School of Management.

    Further, Dr. Kumar is also associated with several key administrative responsibilities assigned by the KIIT University. He is the Chairperson of the Hostel Committee and also the Chairperson of the Disciplinary Committee. Dr. Kumar is also a Member of KIIT Knowledge Tree-Lecture Series of the University. Dr. Kumar is the Professor-in-charge, National Service Scheme (NSS). He is also Faculty Chairperson of Mentor-Mentee System in KSOM for the holistic development of students. Further to his credit, Dr. Kumar is also closely associated with NGOs, corporate consultancy and innovations.

    For the outstanding contribution of the Author in the field of Economics, Prof. (Dr.) Kumar has been awarded "KAUTILYA ARTHASHASTRA AWARD 2016" by Economic Association of Bihar.