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Title: A study of impact of performance Management practices on the Financial Performance of selected Co op Banks in Sangli District
Researcher: PADVAL RAJAN DONDIRAM
Guide(s): BASAVARAJ S KUDACHIMATH
Keywords: Social Sciences,Economics and Business,Management
University: Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi
Completed Date: 2018
Abstract: newline The Indian social format is very different and nearly 70 % of the population is staying in rural areas. In old days rural people were not having awareness about the banking, therefore in financial needs they were borrowing money from moneylenders and sahukars. Therefore, in those days it was a need of the society for having banking in rural background, which will allow rural people to avail the financial services in their financial needs. In this way, cooperative banking has played an important role of relieving rural people from the clutches of moneylenders and sahukars and ultimately developing farming with proper financial backup. Cooperative movement has largely developed in rural areas and their main purpose in the initial stages was to cater the financial needs of agriculturist and rural masses. newline newlineIn the initial stages, cooperative movement faced many problems because of not having the supportive legal structure. After independence, Reserve Bank of India had appointed many committees like Marathe committee, Chitale committee and Sarayya committee to create a legal framework which will be compatible to cooperative banking and which will enhance cooperative banking in India. Today there are about 1562 cooperative banks with more than 10000 branches across India. Maharashtra has nearly the 1/3rd of the total count of cooperative banks in India which shows that how the movement is deeply rooted in Maharashtra. Volume of cooperative banking in comparison to total banking in India is very small, which is contributing to less than 3% of the entire banking assets and deposits and less than 3.5 % of total advances. newline newlineIn 1991, due to Globalization, the entire economic conditions of India are drastically changed and lot of foreign and private banks started their businesses in India. This has created the cutthroat competition in India, which was never before in the sector. Cooperative banking with its limitations is fighting with this massive competition and is facing many problems.
Pagination: 233
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/301337
Appears in Departments:Department of Management

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