This book is aimed at providing the students with a sound knowledge of banking system in India. The text keeps abreast of all the theoretical concepts and practices of banking in simplified, explicit and elegant way, so that the beginners are able to comprehend the subject with ease.
Accentuating a systematic presentation of the contents, the book explores the details of money and banking, monetary policy, financial system in India, and evolution of banking including modern banking system and structure. The book also deals with present day commercial banking, development banking, co-operative and rural banking, central banking/Reserve Bank of India and Banking Regulation Act. In the latter part of the book, the text provides with an in-depth coverage of sources and uses of funds, emerging trends in banking, project financing, factoring services, merchant banking, venture capital, e-banking/internet banking/online banking and banking ombudsman scheme.
Covering a broad range of topics, the purpose of this book is to present a concise, but complete text on the subject.
Primarily designed for BBA and B.Com students, the book fulfills the syllabus requirement of a core course on ‘Banking’. It will also be useful for the aspirants of CAIIB Examination, appearing for Part I of the Associate Exam, for the paper on ‘Practice and Law of Banking’. The students of MBA and PGDM will also find this book equally valuable.
About the Author
G.S. Popli, Ph.D. (Business Administration), is a Professor of Banking and Finance, Delhi School of Business, Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, Delhi. He has served at Oriental Bank of Commerce for more than three decades before moving to the fields of Academics. Dr. Popli is a CAIIB and CeBA qualified professional. |ANURADHA JAIN, Ph.D., is Dean, School of Business Studies at Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies (VIPS). At VIPS, she has an exemplary exposure of holding distinct positions of Dean Academics, Dean Examination, Chairperson of Anti-ragging Committee and Member of Centre of Intellectual Activities with great expertise. Professor Anuradha Jain is a Gold Medalist from the University of Bombay. Her areas of academic specialisation are international trade and international business and that of academic research is economics. She has been invited for various national and international conferences and has numerous research papers to her credit in diverse areas such as WTO and Indian agriculture, foreign direct investment in retail, sustainable development, Gandhian economics, etc. She has also been invited as a subject expert in economics in Selection Board for State Civil Services by various State Public Service Commissions.
Professor Popli specialises in Banking and Finance. He was conferred Delhi Udyog Rattan award by the then Industry Minister of National Capital Region of Delhi in 2008 for his contribution on SME Financing in India. He has more than 55 research papers to his credit, which have been published/presented in various international and national journals/seminars. He is also a regular visiting Professor to many Staff Training Colleges of the Banks and some premier Management Institutes of NCR Delhi.
Table of Contents:
Foreword • Preface Index
1. Money and Banking
2. Monetary Policy
3. Indian Financial System
4. Evolution of Banking
5. Indian Banking System
6. Structure of Banking
7. Banker and Customer Relationship
8. Special Type Accounts of Customers
9. Negotiable Instruments Act
10. Commercial Banking
11. Development Banking
12. Co-operative and Rural Banking
13. Central Banking/Reserve Bank of India
14. Banking Regulation Act
15. Balance Sheet and Credit Control
16. Sources and Uses of Funds
17. Emerging Trends in Banking
18. Project Financing
19. Factoring Services
20. Merchant Banking
21. Venture Capital
22. E-Banking/Internet Banking/Online Banking
23. Banking Ombudsman Scheme