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Banking Sector : NPAs & Financial Inclusion
Author : Ed.: Shailesh Kumar Year of Publication : 2019 ISBN : 9789388147088 Language : English Binding : HB Pages : 196 Size : 23 cms Categories : Banking, Economics, New Books, 2019
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About the Book :
The role of Indian Banking Sector constitute to grow with a large increase in population and multifarious economic activities, banking sector provides most vital input such as credit and related expertise for economic development and plays a crucial role in financing a number of programmes. To meet the requirements of various schemes a variety of credit has come to be recognized as an instrument of financing industries, trade, agriculture, consumer activities and employment generating activities.
In India, after nationalization, Public Sector Banks not only carry out its traditional banking activities but also do the work of social change with its vast network. Bank branches have been established in the villages and toil for the rural development schemes. This is a sign of financial inclusion.
This book brings together a discussion of the Non-Performing Assets (NPAs) in the Indian Banking Sector and Financial Inclusion by banks in India.
Contents include : Non-Performing Assets and Macroeconomics in India; Non-Performing Assets of Scheduled Commercial Banks in India; Non-Performing Assets (NPAs) in the Indian Banking Sector; Increasing Non-Performing Assets (NPAs) in Public Sector Banks; Impact of Non-Performing Assets (NPAs) on Indian Economy; Why Non-Performing Assets are more in Public Sector Banks in India?; Financial Inclusion, Financial Literacy and Consumer Protection; Financial Literacy, Financial Inclusion and Consumer Protection; Progress of Financial Inclusion by Banks in India; Impact of Financial Inclusion Reforms Under Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (Pmjdy) Scheme in the Indian Banking System; Financial Inclusion among Rural Households in Guntur District of Andhra Pradesh; HR Strategy Planning and Implementation Process; Socio-economic Development of Women Entrepreneurs Through Self Help Group-Bank Linkage Programme.About the Editor :
Dr. Shailesh Kumar is currently working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at Bharati College, University of Delhi, Delhi. He has done his M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from B.R.A. Bihar University, Muzaffarpur (Bihar). Dr. Kumar has a good academic career. Previously, he worked as lecturer in the Department of Economics, H.N.B. Government P.G. College, Khatima, Udham Singh Nagar and B.D.P. Government P.G. College, Bageshwar (Kumaun University, Nainital), (Uttarakhand). After that he has also worked as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Business Economics at S.G.N.D. Khalsa College, University of Delhi, Delhi.
Dr. Kumar has participated in various seminars and conferences and has contributed papers. His articles have been published in reputed journals and edited books. He has also edited two books of Indian Economic Association titled "Employment and Economic Growth : Policies and Strategies" published in 2016 and "Macro Economic Performance Related to Revenue : An Overview" published in 2017 respectively. He is also the life member of Indian Economic Association, Indian Society of Labour Economics and Economic Association of Bihar.