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Title: Evaluation of Loan Schemes of Maharashtra Gramin Bank with Special Reference to Beed District
Researcher: Ghumbre Dhammapal Nivaratirao
Guide(s): Shrirame A H
Keywords: Business Finance
Economics and Business
Social Sciences
University: Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University
Completed Date: 13/12/2019
Abstract: The relationship between finance and development has been a subject newlinematter of public policy for a long time. Financial development couldbe considered newlineas a by-product of economic development. The Indian banking sector has newlineachieved a tremendous growth particularly after the nationalization of 14 major newlinecommercial banks in 1969 and 06 commercial banks in 1980. It is a known fact newlinethat the economic planning cannot succeed unless and until there is an uplifment newlineof the rural people. Therefore, regional rural banks were created in the year 1975 newlineas a component of commercial bank to cater the credit needs of the rural people. newlineIndia is a home to the largest rural branch expansion program undertaken in any newlinecountry. newlineThe banking commission recommended establishing an alternate institution newlinefor rural credit and the working group under Shri.M.Narshimhan that gave birth to newlineRural Regional Bank (RRBs) in the year 1975.With a modest beginning with five newlinebanks covering 11 districts of five states with 17 branches as many 196 RRBs newlinewere operating in 487 districts of 26 states with branch network of 14350 as on newline31stMarch 2005. newlineMaharashtra Gramin Bank is a Regional Rural Bank sponsored by Bank of newlineMaharashtra came into existence on 20.07.2009 by merging erstwhile two RRBs newlineviz Marathwada GraminBank and Maharashtra Godawari Gramin Bank is newline2 newlinesponsored by Bank of Maharashtra, Government of Maharashtra and Government newlineof India. newlineThe area of operation of the bank comprises is 16 districts of Maharashtra newlineState namely Nanded, Parbhani, Hingoli, Beed, Latur, Osmanabad, Pune, newlineAurangabad, Jalna, Thane, Ahmadnagar, Jalgaon, Dhule,Nandurbar,Nashik and newlineRaigad. newline
Pagination: 266p
Appears in Departments:Department of Commerce

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