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UGC-Sponsored NATIONAL SEMINAR on BANKING AND FINANCIAL SERVICES INDUSTRY IN INDIA IN THE EMER

Emerging Scenario of Indian Banking and Financial System:

Indian banking sector has undergone paradigm shift in the ongoing era of financial sector deregulation initiated in the early nineties. There have been remarkable improvements in almost all financial parameters across commercial banks of all types over the years. Indian banking and financial system could exhibit high level of resilience and financial stability and could tide over the global financial crisis of 2007-08 and afterwards. The performance of the system is reasonably comparable with global benchmarks in many respects. Advancements in technology have enhanced the operational efficiency, risk management, outreach and profitability of banks. 

In spite of the resilience and financial soundness of Indian financial system over the last decades or more,  of late, there are growing apprehensions regarding their sustainability in view of the growing NPA menace, lesser prominence of social banking and financial inclusion, poor competitiveness vis-à-vis global peers, growing consolidation pressures etc. The National Seminar of the Dept. of Applied Economics seeks to explore into the strategies that can be adopted by banks and financial institutions in India in view of the growing complexity in the system.

Call for Papers: 

Papers, both conceptual and empirical, are invited from interested teachers, scholars and practitioners on any area as above. They are requested to contact the Seminar Co-ordinator immediately (before 20.08.2015) and send their papers in the shown e-mail ID. Papers presented will be published in the Seminar proceedings going to be published by the Department. Selected papers will be published by reputed ISSN Journals with Impact Factor.    

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