The gross NPA of banks has risen to 9.6 per cent (of total advances) in March 2017, from 9.2 per cent in September 2016, as per the RBI data.
Current Banking Scenario (2017). What does financial stability Report June 2017 of RBI say ? (Just to inform you, RBI releases this Financial stability
Indradhanush- A.B.C.D.E.F.G of Banking Sector Reforms The Indradhanush framework includes seven pronged plan, for revamping Public Sector Banks (PSBs) of India.
Market Stabilisation Scheme bonds Before Proceeding towards Market Stabilisation scheme bonds, consider following concepts.
Cropping pattern refers to the following Proportion of area under different crops Changes in this proportion of area over a period Factors
Food Crops – Rice, Wheat, Millet, Maize, Jawar,Bajara, Rogi, Pulses, gram, Yur(Arhar). Cash Crops – Cotton, Jute,
Cropped area of rice is one fourth of total cropped area. In eastern and Southern region rice is a staple food . In total there are 10000 varieties of rice
Wheat is the 2nd most important crop after rice in India. Staple food for north India and north west India.
Considered as an inferior grain used for food as well as fodder for cattle. Its Grain used to obtain starch or glucose.
These are basically grasses ,grown in areas where warm weather is predominant and where any other main crops, like rice and wheat , cannot be grown.
Baajra is used as food in dry regions of the country. →The stalk is used to feed animals. →In certain areas Baajra is used for thatching purpose.
Ragi( Figurine millet or buck wheat ) Mainly grown in dry parts of south India . North India also contributes a small amount of Ragi production.
COTTON Cotton is a crop of topical and sub tropical climate .It requires high temperature (21°c to 30°c). Temperature below 20° c is very harmful for its
Pulses It Includes number of crops which are mostly leguminous . Pulses are main source of vegetative protein for vegetarian population of India.
India’s NSFI is in co ordination to a World Bank 2018 Programme called Developing and Operationalizing a National Financial Inclusion Strategy (DONFIS). The DONFIS is part of World Bank group’s Vision “Universal Financial Access by 2020”. However each Country has its own Socio Economic Realities and challenges. Thus each country shall device its own Financial Inclusion […]
On 20th February 2015, The Reserve Bank of India and Government of India signed the Monetary Policy Framework Agreement.
Evidences suggest that banking used to exist in India since vedic period. However the modern Banking in India started to develop between 1600 to 1800 AD.
Background: In India, Agriculture is a state subject. Moreover all these matters like sale of Agriculture commodity from farm to mandies (wholesale Markets)