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Financial Sector in India
Author : Ed.: Mohammad Taqui Year of Publication : 2017 ISBN : 9788193472552 Language : English Binding : HB Pages : 144 Size : 23 cms Categories : Finance, Economics, 2017
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About the Book :
Finance is the lifeblood for survival of the economy and financial sector acts as an arteries to circulate the blood in the national organism. The financial sector is nothing but a system that permits the flow of funds between investors, lenders borrowers. In other words financial sector is the most important institutional and functional vehicle for economic growth, stability and transformation.
In the financial sector, banking, finance plays an important role in the modern financial system and benefits the economy as a whole. The expansion and extension of banking institutions, and its lending policy for financial inclusion is the motto of our government in modern times. The Government of India is launching many programmes and schemes of welfare and social security for uplifting the poor and vulnerable section through financial inclusion.
In this context the present book has contained the various views on the financial sector in India with main focus on banking finance. In the light of the papers contributed by scholars, this book focuses on the role of the banking sector in financial inclusion. Banks as an organized financial system have included within its ambit people with lower incomes. It is the delivery and credit and other financial services like savings, credit, insurance, payments and remittance facilities at an affordable cost to the vast sections of disadvantaged and low income groups. In this book financial inclusion issue has been dealt with integrating banking, finance which will be beneficial to the learners and common people.
This book is a compilation of papers on the broad theme of the financial sector and bank financing.
Contents include : New Issues in Indian Financial Sector : Banking Finance; Financial Inclusion : Analysis of Credit Tendencies of State Bank of India in Chhattisgarh (With Specific Reference to Weaker Section and Backward Classes); Financial Inclusion : Path to Inclusive Growth; Ensuring Financial Stability through Financial Inclusion; Financial Inclusion, Innovation and Performance of Banks in Odisha; Ensuring of Financial Inclusion in India; Impediments in the Imposition of Financial Inclusion; Important Role of Financial Budget in Rural Development; Bank Non-Performing Assets : Systemic Failure or Overreaction; Significance of Micro Finance Institutions in Rural Development; Adoption of Technology : A Solution for Integrative Financial Inclusion Policy.About the Editor :
Dr. Mohammad Taqui, M.A., Ph.D. in Economics from Magadh University, Bodh-Gaya, Bihar. Dr. Taqui currently working as Assistant Professor, Department of Economics and he also teaching Statistics, Mathematical Economics in A.N. College, Patna, Magadh University, Bodh-Gaya, Bihar, (ad-hoc), both under graduate and post graduate since 2012. Mohammad Taqui awarded Ph.D. Degree from Magadh University on the burning topic “The Study of Urban Labour Market Discrimination in India during Liberalization”. Dr. Taqui is a brilliant teacher and a researcher having vast experience of teaching and research for more than half decade. Dr. Taqui has been actively associated with the Indian Economic Association (IEA), Economic Association of Bihar and Jharkhand. Dr. Taqui has attended more than One dozen Seminars and Conferences and more than half dozen research articles published to his credit. He is a young teacher with unique organizational activities. He has been awarded for his organizational quality by the Principal.