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you can use this project for refrence. this was my first attempt of project in my first year of management studies.

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  • 1. INTRODUCTION:<br />29667201184275 In the modern age, banks are the important part of man's economic life.As we know that Finance is the life blood of the organization, banks help in providing funds to the economy. In Modern times bank occupy pivotal position in the development of business and industry. Finance is the lifeblood and controlling nerve centre of business and banks arrange right amount of finance at right time. Today bank is such an important industry that we cannot imagine our day-to-day life without bank. It has become part and parcel of our life. Modern banks are acting as friend, philosopher and guide for the business and industry. Numerous, varied and ever increasing functions and services to the business and industry. We all are aware that war devastated JAPAN and GERMANY economy was rehabilitated and restructured only due to co-operation and support of Banks.<br /> Banks are essential for the fast Economic Development of the nation. Bank is a financial institution which deals with other people's money ie., money given by depositors. Banks provide number of services to its customers as well as to economic activities. There are different kinds of banks in an economy ie private bank, government bank, etc. It also helps in strengthening the commercial activities as well as domestic processes. Bank is one of the most important aids to trade. Banks accept deposits, grant loans, make payment of bills, rent, etc on behalf of its customers.<br />HISTORY<br />Banking in India originated in the last decades of the 18th century. The first banks were The General Bank of India which started in 1786, and the Bank of Hindustan, both of which are now defunct. The oldest bank in existence in India is the State Bank of India, which originated in the Bank of Calcutta in June 1806, which almost immediately became the Bank of Bengal. This was one of the three presidency banks, the other two being the Bank of Bombay and the Bank of Madras, all three of which were established under charters from the British East India Company. For many years the Presidency banks acted as quasi-central banks, as did their successors. The three banks merged in 1921 to form the Imperial Bank of India, which, upon India's independence, became the State Bank of India.<br />Indian merchants in Calcutta established the Union Bank in 1839, but it failed in 1848 as a consequence of the economic crisis of 1848-49. The Allahabad Bank, established in 1865 and still functioning today, is the oldest Joint Stock bank in India.(Joint Stock Bank: A company that issues stock and requires shareholders to be held liable for the company's debt) It was not the first though. That honor belongs to the Bank of Upper India, which was established in 1863, and which survived until 1913, when it failed, with some of its assets and liabilities being transferred to the Alliance Bank of Simla.<br />When the American Civil War stopped the supply of cotton to Lancashire from the Confederate States, promoters opened banks to finance trading in Indian cotton. With large exposure to speculative ventures, most of the banks opened in India during that period failed. The depositors lost money and lost interest in keeping deposits with banks. Subsequently, banking in India remained the exclusive domain of Europeans for next several decades until the beginning of the 20th century.<br />Foreign banks too started to arrive, particularly in Calcutta, in the 1860s. The Comptoire d'Escompte de Paris opened a branch in Calcutta in 1860, and another in Bombay in 1862; branches in Madras and Puducherry, then a French colony, followed. HSBC established itself in Bengalin 1869. Calcutta was the most active trading port in India, mainly due to the trade of the British Empire, and so became a banking center.<br />The first entirely Indian joint stock bank was the Oudh Commercial Bank, established in 1881 in Faizabad. It failed in 1958. The next was thePunjab National Bank, established in Lahore in 1895, which has survived to the present and is now one of the largest banks in India.<br />Around the turn of the 20th Century, the Indian economy was passing through a relative period of stability. Around five decades had elapsed since the Indian Mutiny, and the social, industrial and other infrastructure had improved. Indians had established small banks, most of which served particular ethnic and religious communities.<br />495300173990<br />DEFINITION:<br />1. According to Dr.H.L.Hart.<br /> "A banker is one who, in the ordinary course of his business, honours cheques drawn upon him by person’s from and for whom he receives money on current account."<br />2. According to SAYERS.<br />501651376045 "Banks are institutions whose debts -usually referred to as "bank deposits"-are commonly accepted in final settlement of other people's debt."<br />IMPORTANCE OF BANKS<br /> Banks play very important role in the economic life of the nation. The health of the economy is closely related to the soundness of its banking system. Although banks create no new wealth but their borrowing, lending and related activities facilitate the process of production, distribution, exchange and consumption of wealth. <br /> In this way they become very effective partners in the process of economic development. Today, modern banks are very useful for the utilization of the resources of the country. The banks are mobilizing the savings of the people for the investment purposes. The savings are encouraged and saving rate increases. If there would be no banks then a great portion of a capital of the country would remain idle. <br /> A bank as a matter of fact is just like a heart in the economic structure and the Capital provided by it is like blood in it. As long as blood is in circulation the organs will remain sound and healthy. If the blood is not supplied to any organ then that part would become useless. So if the finance is not provided to Agriculture sector or industrial sector, it will be destroyed. Loan facility provided by banks works as an incentive to the producer to increase the production. <br /> <br /> Nobody wants to credit you money if you don't have a depository account. You get superior interest rates when you have a good times past of barrowing money and paying it back. Good credit is an advantage. No credit or bad credit is a Liability. No matter which that makes life easier is ok with me. <br /> Without bank, there would be no investment. We would all run out of money and back to bargain. By the time you earned enough to buy banquet you would not have an adequate amount to pay for a bed to sleep in.Thus the banks form the middle core of each and every nation of the world....<br />-154940610235<br />FUNCTIONS OF BANKS:<br /> Modern banks perform a large number of functions and services to industry and commerce. It is not possible to make an exhaustive list of its functions and services as they are diverse ,varied and ever-expanding.The functions of banks are increasing day-by-day depending upon the environment prevailing in the country. The functions and services rendered by modern banks can be grouped under the following heads:<br />(A)Banking functions or Primary functions.<br /> 1. Receiving deposits. 2. Advancing loans.<br />333375015875-30480015875<br /> <br />3. Discounting of bills of exchange . 4. Credit creation<br />333375066675-30480066675.<br /> <br />(B)Nonbanking functions or secondary functions.<br /> 1. Agency services: The agency services are provided to regular customers of the bank. While providing agency services ,bankers acts as the agent of the customers. Some of the important services are :<br />(a)Payment of insurance premium, subscriptions and contributions etc. of societies, club, association’s etc.which are of recurring nature.<br />(b)Collection of salary and pension bills, dividend coupons and interest payable on debentures and other securities.<br />(c)Collection of postal orders.<br />(d)Execution of standing orders eg, payment of electric bills, water charges etc.<br />(e)Collection and payment of cheques ,bills ,and promissory notes.<br />2. General utility services: some important utility services are as follows:<br />(a)Issuing of letters of credit, circulars notes ,bank drafts ,travelers cheque etc.<br />(b)Providing master cards services.<br />(c)Acceptance of bills of exchange for customers.<br />(d)Receiving in safe custody customers valuables ,ornaments and jewels ,documents and deeds.<br />(e)Providing internet banking services, Telebanking facility, which enables a customer to perform banking operations through telephone<br />TYPES OF ACCOUNTS<br />1. Current Account<br />
    • Current Account indicates deposits always payable on demand. Hence they are called demand deposits.
    • 2. There is no restriction on the number and amount of withdrawals from this account.
    • 3. Banks insist on the maintenance of certain minimum balance on current account. If the balance goes below this amount, the bank has a right to close that account.
    • 4. Generally no interest is paid on money deposited in this type of account. Recently, banks have started giving lower interest on this account.
    • 5. Overdraft facilities are given in case of current accounts only.
    • 6. Current account suits the requirements of businessmen, joint stock companies, institutions, societies, public authorities and public corporations etc. whose banking transactions happen to be numerous on every working day.
    • 7. All banking services are made available to current account holders at reasonable service charges.
    • 8. 3257550558165Banks are given full freedom to decide the rules and regulations regarding the operation of current account.
    • 9. 2. Savings Account:-
    • 10. 38931851801495As the name indicates, these accounts are opened for the purpose of mobilizing savings .These accounts are meant to encourage savings and to develop the habit of thrift. It aims at checking extravagance of the people .This account may be joint or single.
    • 11. Though money can be deposited in this account as often as the depositor wishes, it cannot be withdrawn more than twice or thrice a week. At present 25 withdrawals are permitted quarterly by most of the banks. Rules in this regard may vary from bank to bank and from time to time.
    • 12. This account can be opened by depositing nominal amount.
    • 13. The rate of interest payable by the banks on this account is generally prescribed by Central Bank of the country. It is generally 4% to 5% .Interest is calculated on minimum monthly balances at credit of the account generally between the close of the tenth day or the last day of each calendar month. Interest is paid twice a year.
    • 14. Money from this account can be withdrawn by cheques or by using bank’s withdrawal slips.
    • 15. No limit is prescribed in India for the maximum amount that may be held in a savings bank account .But banks in India allow interest on a maximum balance of Rs.1 lakh only in one account.
    • 16. Savings account is not given overdraft facilities like current account.
    • 17. This account is more suitable to salary earners, wage earners and persons of limited means.
    • 18. Usual banking services are provided to savings bank account holders.
    • 19. This account is meant for all those who want to build up personal savings for meeting emergencies and contingencies.
    748665154305<br />Fixed Deposit Account:-<br />
    • Fixed deposits are deposits received for a fixed period specified in advance. No withdrawal is allowed during this period. Therefore they are called time deposits.
    • 20. The depositor is neither given a cheque book nor a pass book. Withdrawal of interest or principal through cheque is not permitted. The depositor gets a fixed deposit receipt, acknowledging the receipt of sum of money specified therein.
    • 21. The fixed deposit receipt is non-transferable; It is not a saleable asset.
    • 22. The depositor gets attractive rate of interest on money deposited in this account .The rate of interest allowed varies with the period of deposit. The longer the period of deposit, higher the rate of interest .Interest paid half yearly.
    • 23. If the depositor is in need of money before the due date, he can borrow from the same bank against the security of his fixed deposit receipt. Of course, he has to pay a slightly higher rate of interest. In India the directive of Reserve Bank of India requires the banks to charge a minimum of 1% above the rate payable on such deposits.
    • 24. Individuals, firms or companies with surplus money may invest their idle funds profitably in this account. The persons who want safety of funds and steady return, deposit money in this account . These deposits are called earning assets.
    • 25. Some of the leading banks transfer funds in excess of some minimum amount from current account to Time deposit so that the accountholder gets income on the same.
    • 26. According to recent Reserve bank circular, the Time deposits can be kept even for a period of seven days for the amount in excess of 15 lakhs and above.
    281305303530<br />Recurring Deposit Account:-<br />
    • This type of account is the latest innovation with most of the banks in India .Banks have introduced this scheme with the object of affording convenience and incentive to small depositors for savings.
    • 27. A depositor opening a recurring deposit account is required to deposit an amount chosen by him , generally a multiple of Rs.5/- or Rs10/- in his account every month selected by him. The period for recurring deposit varies from bank to bank two to ten years.
    • 28. The rate of interest given on recurring account stands favorably as compared with the savings bank account because the former partly resembles the fixed deposit account. According to the latest directive of the Reserve Bank of India, banks are required to ensure that the rates of interest offered by them on recurring deposits are generally in accordance with the rates prescribed for various term deposits.
    • 29. As in savings bank account a customer is served with a passbook. The passbook ordinarily has to accompany each installment as and when it falls due. The account holder can give a standing order to deduct installments from his saving bank account in the bank.
    • 30. At the expiry of the period, the depositor gets a lump sum representing the installments and handsome interest on his savings.
    • 31. In case of depositor needs money before the due date he may borrow up to 90% of the amount in the account at the prevailing rate of interest.
    • 32. Recurring deposit accounts are transferrable from one branch to another.
    • 33. -3441701024255The recurring deposit account can be opened by any person, more than one person jointly or severally, by a guardian in the name of a minor and even by a major.
    TYPES OF BANKS<br />(1) COMMERCIAL BANK:<br />Commercial bank is the most important type of bank in every country. Most<br />Of the banks operating in every country are commercial bank. England is the birth place of commercial banking .In England these bank are called<br />Joint stocks banks. The main activity of commercial is to accept deposits and to grant loans, cash credits and overdrafts.<br />The functions of commercial banks are not the same anywhere. Actually speaking, their functions differ from country to country and even from time to time. In many countries, separate banking laws are made for regulating the activities of commercial banks. They are now performing wide range of functions. They are now performing function of other bank as well. It financier and investor, providing foreign exchange and performing variety of functions to help business and industry.<br />(2) INDUSTRIAL BANK:<br />As the name indicates, Industrial banks provide long term to industry and help the process of industrialization. Commercial banks do not give advances for long period as their deposits are repayable on demand. Moreover, commercial banks do not possess specialized and trained staff to understand intricacies of industrial finance .Germany are the home of industrial banking. Such banks are popular in Japan and Germany. The financial assistance provided by these banks may take the following forms:<br />• Granting of loans and advances for long term period to industrial units.<br />• Subscribing directly to the shares and debentures of industrial concerns.<br />• Underwriting of shares, bonds or debentures issued by industrials units.<br />• Guaranteeing of loans raised by the industrial concerns which are repayable after a long period.<br />523240410210• Providing technical, managerial and financial guidance to industrial units.<br />(3) AGRICULTURAL BANKS:<br />3028950322580Agricultural sector of the economy has its own financial problems. In order to tackle these problems, separate banks are necessary. Commercial and other banks are generally reluctant to provide finance to agriculture because of various reasons. Due to this, most of the countries have established separate banks to deal with the agricultural sector. These banks provide short term as well as long term advances to agriculturists. They also play a very crucial role in rural rehabilitation and reconstruction activities.<br />[A] Co-operative Banks:<br />3970655346075The primary purpose of co-operative banks is to help the co-operative movement in the country. Co-operative banks constitute the pivotal of the co-operative movement in the country. They provide short term advances to agriculturists for purchasing seeds, manures and short- term and to finance day to day agricultural operations. They also develop among the members spirit of self-help and thrift. Advances are given only to the members of the society for productive purposes. Loans may be secured or issued on personal security.<br />[B]Land Development Banks:<br />3465830328930These banks are called land development banks because they mainly give advances for the development of agricultural land. The advances are given for different purpose like construction of well, purchase of tractor, purchasing costly agricultural equipment, effecting permanent in land, buying more land, etc. these banks are supplementary to co-operative credit agencies and provide long term credit to agriculture.<br />(4) Exchange banks foreign banks:<br />3676650239395Foreign exchange business is a specialized type of business. Exchange banks are necessary for financing the foreign trade and for conducting foreign exchange transaction. The main function of an exchange bank is to provide foreign exchange for financing imports and exports. Its brings about the settlement of debts transactions between the different countries. It is a specialized type of bank and deal mainly in foreign exchange transactions. It opens branches at important commercial and industrial centers and maintains worldwide contacts.<br />(5) SAVINGS BANK: <br />304800093980Savings is a bank established for collecting savings of the people. Savings banks are actually thrift promotion institutions. They are established for the mobilization of savings. Interest is also paid on the deposits collected. These banks collect small savings of the people and impose indirect check on extravagant spending.<br />(6) CONSUMERS BANKS:<br />296354598425Such banks are usually found only in industrially advanced countries like U.S.A and Germany. The main object of this bank is to advances to the consumers for the purchase of consumer durables. The advances are mainly granted for the purchase of articles like motor car, washing machine, television set, and furniture etc. Consumers’ banks collect funds by the shares, bonds and other securities. They also borrow from commercial and industrial banks. Since advances are mainly provided to middle class people i.e., consumers for the purchase of consumption articles, they are called consumers bank.<br />(7) RURAL BANKS:<br />1600200589280Rural banks are recently started in India. These banks are mainly for meeting the commercial needs of rural sector. Rural bank provides financial facilities to small and manufactures in the rural areas. Financial help is also given to artisans engaged in village industries and agro-industries. Rural banks are mainly for rapid growth of rural sector economy. Public sector banks take active interest in the formation of rural banks. The beneficiaries of rural banks are mainly small farmers, rural artisans, craftsmen and other self employed persons. Rural banks are established on a large scale in U.P. Bihar and other northern states. Rapid development of rural areas is possible through rural banks.<br />(8) INTERNATIONAL BANK:<br />International bank is international in character. It is regarded as an example of international monetary co-operation. In fact, international financial institutions are not banks in the usual sense of the term. They usually meet the development needs of member countries. Important international banks are as follows: <br />a) International Bank for Reconstruction and Development popularly called World Bank(IBRD) <br />b) Asian Development Bank (ADB)<br />c) International Finance Corporation (IFC)<br />133350776605d) International Monetary Fund (IMF) <br />(9)CENTRAL BANK<br />Central bank stands at the top of all banking institution of the country .It is regarded as the leader of the money market and also of the banking system. It is different from the other types of the banks. Central bank is not the profit hunting institution but concerned with the promotion of general monetary stability. In the present century, all the countries of the world have independent central banks. The Central Bank of our country is called Reserve Bank of India. Central Banks are owned and managed by the Government.<br />Important functions of the Central Bank are as follows:<br />i. Acting as Bank of Notes Issue. It is given the monopoly of note issue.<br />ii. Acting as Government’s Banker, agent and adviser.<br />iii. Acting as banker’s bank and also as a lender of the last resort.<br />iv. Acting as a custodian of the Nation’s reserves of international currency. It also keeps supervision and control on foreign exchange transaction.<br />v . Acting as controller of credit.<br />vi.Collection and publication of financial and statistical information.<br />128905631190vii. Performing any other function entrusted by the Government from time-to-time.<br />Conclusion<br />Banks, today, have become integral part of our society as well as of our nation. Banks play a vital role in stabilizing the economic activities of the country. Thus, from above statement6s we all can conclude that banks are very important part our lives as well as for the fast economic growth of every country.<br />Banks are in existence since 18th century. We can say that banks are as old as our civilization. Banks today perform various and innumerable functions which has benefited human life. Thus, banks are useful in man’s economics as well as personal life.<br />533400414020<br />628650-323850<br />