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Banking for rural transformation: issues for '90s
Banking for rural transformation in nineties will face many challenges that require hard choices. Challenges from demand side include (a) declining profitability and sustainability of agriculture, (b) continued stagnation ...
Banking in backward regions: banks-NGO-poor interface alternatives for action
The problem of improving access of poor to formal banking system in risky ecological regions has acquired added importance in recent times. The ecological imbalances, reduced opportunities for productive investments, ...
Women in Banks: Role Enlargement or Enrichment?
Banking on Gullibility
Delinquency and Formal Credit
Describes the phenomenon of delinquency in formal lending. It also contains the responses of borrowers (defaulters and non-defaulters) to a set of hypotheses developed to identify willful default. Important characteristics ...
The Farm Clinic
This case describes the information, planning, and control systems deployed by the Syndicate Agricultural Foundation and the Syndicate Bank for implementing their farm clinic programme. Background information has been given ...
Entry strategy for a private sector bank
(Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, 1997)
Study of the merchant banking divisions of ICICI, BCCI and Gridlay's bank
(Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, 1988)
Appraisal of Working Capital Loans
The case describes how two farmers in a village seek crop loan from a branch of a nationalized bank. Information is provided on stock of capital, sale of farm produce, purchases of inputs and services, and generation and ...