A Study of Gross and Net Non-Performing Assets of Select Public Sector Banks in India for the Period 2007-2008 to 2017-2018
The Non-Performing Assets (NPAs) are considered as one of the important parameters for anlysing the health of the Indian Banks. The Authors have taken a look at the Literature Reviews related to the non-performing assets related studies looked into by other Research Scholars. The authors in this research study has made an attempt to study the secondary data related to Gross and Net Non-Performing Assets or Loans of select Banks in India, which is available in the public domain of the regulators of Indian Banks i.e. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) from April 2007 to March 2018 and has performed the ABC analysis as per cumulative (decreasing method) to study the performance and the management and governance of those Banks. Finally, the authors conclude that some of the select Indian Banks taken for study appear in the various Groups formulated for study i.e. Group A (Poor Performance), Group B (Satisfactory Performance) and Group C (Good Performance) are thus a matter of great concern to the economy of the country.
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