SEMINAR
TOPIC:BANKING SECTOR IN INDIA
MANJIRI BHADKE
ANKITA CHAPLE
SHIRISH BHARDE
SUSHANT GHODE

YAMINI BHATKULKAR
ANUJA DESHMUKH
SHUBHAM CHAWRE
SHUBHAM SATHAWN...
Bank is a financial institution and a
financial intermediary that accepts
deposites and channels those deposites into
len...
STRENGTH

SUPPORT FROM THE GOVERNMENT
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

OPPORTUNITIES

ELECTRONIC FORMS OF BUSINESS
TECHNOLOGY
YO...
Public sector bank
Private sector bank
Co-operative bank
 Public

sector refers to the part of economy
concern with providing basic government.
 The public sector includes such ...
FUNCTION OF PUBLIC SECTOR BANK
 Employment
 Ruler

development
 National income
 Capital formation
 Social Order
 Go...
Some Public Sector Banks in
INDIA


Central Bank of India



Corporation Bank



Bank of India



Indian Overseas Bank...
 All

those bank ,which are held by the private
shareholders and not by government are
called as “ Private Sector Bank”.
...
Name of bank

Year establishment

City union bank
Dhanlaxmi bank

1920

Federal bank
Jammu kashmir
bank

1931

Karnataka b...
NEW PRIVATE SECTOR BANK

Name of bank

Year of establishment

Axis bank

1994

Bank of Punjab

1989

HDFC

1994

ICICI

`1...


A co-operative bank is an autonomous association of
person united voluntarily to meet there common
economic , social & ...
 Voluntary

and open membership
 Democratic member control
 Member economic participation
 Autonomy and independence
...
 RBI

– central bank of india
 Which was established on 1st April1935 under
the Reserve Bank Of India Bank
 The RBI use...
 Accepting

Deposits from public/others
 Lending money to public (Loans).
 Transferring money from one place to
another...
Money dealing
Acceptance of deposit
Grant of loan and advances
Payment and withdrawal of deposit
Transfer of funds
F...
7 P’s of banks
Product

Physical
Evidence

People

Promotions

Place

Process

Pricing
 It

is define as certificate of agreements of
loans which is given under the companies
stamps and ensure fixed returns o...
 RBS(Royal

bank of scotland group)
 Industrial and commercial bank of china
 Scheduled co-operative bank
 Non-schedul...
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Banking Sector

  1. 1. SEMINAR TOPIC:BANKING SECTOR IN INDIA
  2. 2. MANJIRI BHADKE ANKITA CHAPLE SHIRISH BHARDE SUSHANT GHODE YAMINI BHATKULKAR ANUJA DESHMUKH SHUBHAM CHAWRE SHUBHAM SATHAWNE GUIDED BY: DANDE SIR
  3. 3. Bank is a financial institution and a financial intermediary that accepts deposites and channels those deposites into lending activity, either directly by loaning or indirectly by through capital markets WHAT IS BANKING SECTOR?  Banking Sector is a financial institutions that conduct current account for customers and enable customers to pay and be paid by third parties
  4. 4. STRENGTH SUPPORT FROM THE GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE OPPORTUNITIES ELECTRONIC FORMS OF BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY YOUNG INDIA AND RISING STANDARD OF LIVING GLOBALISATION WEAKNESS TOO MANY SMALL BANKS REGULATORY ENVIORNMENT THREAT CHANGING CUSTUMER TASTE NEW DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS TAX INCREASES CHANGE IN POPULATION AGE STRUCTURE
  5. 5. Public sector bank Private sector bank Co-operative bank
  6. 6.  Public sector refers to the part of economy concern with providing basic government.  The public sector includes such services as the police military , primary education and health care for poor.  It plays and important role in economic development.
  7. 7. FUNCTION OF PUBLIC SECTOR BANK  Employment  Ruler development  National income  Capital formation  Social Order  Govt. Reveneue
  8. 8. Some Public Sector Banks in INDIA  Central Bank of India  Corporation Bank  Bank of India  Indian Overseas Bank  Oriental Bank of Commerce  Punjab Bank
  9. 9.  All those bank ,which are held by the private shareholders and not by government are called as “ Private Sector Bank”.  Today's private banks are equipped with all kind of contemporary innovations , monetary tools, & techniques to handle the complexities.
  10. 10. Name of bank Year establishment City union bank Dhanlaxmi bank 1920 Federal bank Jammu kashmir bank 1931 Karnataka bank 1924 1927 1938
  11. 11. NEW PRIVATE SECTOR BANK Name of bank Year of establishment Axis bank 1994 Bank of Punjab 1989 HDFC 1994 ICICI `1996
  12. 12.  A co-operative bank is an autonomous association of person united voluntarily to meet there common economic , social & cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly owned and democratically enterprise They are setup to provide easy l  Some example of co-operative banks in India  IDBI BANK(INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BANK OF INDIA)  IFCI BANK(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE COOPERATION OF INDIA)
  13. 13.  Voluntary and open membership  Democratic member control  Member economic participation  Autonomy and independence  Education training & information  Co-operation among co-operatives  Concern for community
  14. 14.  RBI – central bank of india  Which was established on 1st April1935 under the Reserve Bank Of India Bank  The RBI uses monitory policy to create financial stability in India and is charged with regulating the country’s currency and credit system  RBI serves the financial market in many ways ,one of its most important functiions is establishing an overnight interbank lending rate
  15. 15.  Accepting Deposits from public/others  Lending money to public (Loans).  Transferring money from one place to another  Acting as trustees.  Keeping valuables in safe custody.  Government business.
  16. 16. Money dealing Acceptance of deposit Grant of loan and advances Payment and withdrawal of deposit Transfer of funds Foreign exchange dealing Portfolio management
  17. 17. 7 P’s of banks Product Physical Evidence People Promotions Place Process Pricing
  18. 18.  It is define as certificate of agreements of loans which is given under the companies stamps and ensure fixed returns on the basis of interest rate and the principal amount whenever debenture mature.  TYPES OF DEBENTURES-TYPES OF DEBENTURES1.NCD 2.PCD 3.OCD 4.FCD
  19. 19.  RBS(Royal bank of scotland group)  Industrial and commercial bank of china  Scheduled co-operative bank  Non-schedule co-operative bank of india
  20. 20. THANK you YOU… Thank

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