Money and Credit (CBSE CLASS X)

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Money and Credit (CBSE CLASS X)

  1. 1. MONEY AND CREDIT
  2. 2. BARTER SYSTEM• It is a system in which goods are exchanged for other goods.
  3. 3. LIMITATIONS OF BARTER SYSTEM• Lack of double coincidence of wants• Difficulty of storing value.• Differed payments are difficult• Some goods are indivisible
  4. 4. MONEY• Anything which is used as a medium of exchange, store of value and standard of differed payments is called money
  5. 5. FUNCTIONS OF MONEY• Medium of Exchange.
  6. 6. Store of value
  7. 7. OLD FORMS OF MONEY
  8. 8. MODERN FORMS OF MONEY
  9. 9. RESERVE BANK OF INDIA
  10. 10. DEMAND DEPOSITS - ANOTHER FORM OF MONEY
  11. 11. BANK’S LOAN ACTIVITIES
  12. 12. CASH RESERVE
  13. 13. CREDIT• Credit (loan) refers to an agreement in which the lender supplies the borrower with money, goods or services in return for the promise of future payment.
  14. 14. TERMS OF CREDIT• Collateral security• Documentation required• Term of the loan• Mode of repayment• Rate of interest
  15. 15. IMPORTANCE OF CREDIT FOR FARMERS IN RURAL AREAS• Farmers need credit to buy seeds, fertilisers pesticides, electricity, equipments,etc.• There is a minimum period of three to four months between the time when the farmers buy these inputs and when they sell the crop.• Farmers usually take crop loans at the beginning of the season and repay the loan after harvest.
  16. 16. FORMAL SOURCES OF CREDIT• Commercial Banks, co-operative societies and Regional Rural Banks constitute the formal sector of credit• The Reserve Bank of India supervises the functioning of formal sources of loans.• They collect low rate of interest.• They follow some well defined rules and procedures
  17. 17. INFORMAL SOURCES OF CREDIT• The informal lenders include moneylenders, traders, employers, relatives and friends, etc.• There is no organisation which supervises the credit activities of lenders in the informal sector.• They collect high rate of interest• They do not follow any rules or procedures
  18. 18. SOURCES OF CREDIT IN RURAL AREAS• Money Lenders - 30%• Other informal sources – 18%• Co operative Societies – 27%• Banks – 52%
  19. 19. CREDIT IN URBAN AREAS• Poor takes 85% credit from informal sources and only 18% from banks and other formal sources• Rich takes more than 90% of loans from formal sources• So formal sources mostly serve the rich people
  20. 20. WHY ARE THE BANKS NOT ADVANCING LOANS TO THE POOR PEOPLE?• Poor people do not have anything to offer as collateral security• Banks are not available in many rural areas• Banks do not consider the poor people as credit worthy.• Poor and ignorant people find it difficult to produce the needed documents.
  21. 21. SELF HELP GROUP
  22. 22. SELF HELP GROUP• A SHG has 15-20 members, mostly women of a neighbourhood• Each member contributes some money• Members can get small amounts as loans from the group. Rate of interest is low and it is decided by the members.• After 2 years the group can get loans from the bank
  23. 23. IMPORTANCE OF SHGs• Members can get loans at low rate of interest.• The group will encourage the members to find self employment• Members can discuss and act on many social issues such as health, nutrition, domestic violence, etc.• Banks will give loans tp SHGs without any collateral

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