CHAPTER NO 1
1.1 PREFACE
Though the origin of insurance is lost in antiquity yet evidence is on
record that arrangements e...
1.2 INTRODUCTION
Since independence, the Indian Navy and Indian Shipping had
undergone considerable expansion but as there...
1.3 DEFINITAIONS
Marine insurance defined :
A contract of marine insurance is an agreement whereby the insurer
undertakes ...
CHAPTER 2
2.1 OBJECTIVE:
2.2 LIMITATION: -
PRIMARY DATA: -
SECONDARY DATA: -
CHAPTER 3
REVIEW OF LITTERATURE
News & Analys...
CHAPTER 4
Liberalization
4.4 Problems with Liberalization
4.5 Result of above Point
CHAPTER 5
CHAPTER 6
CHAPTER 7
CHAPTER 8
CHAPTER 9
CASE STUDY
CHAPTER 10
Primary Data Collection
YES NO
•
• Reducing N.P.A
• Emphasis on Marketing
• Third party
DENA
BANK
42%
BANK OF
BARODA
58%
2.
YES NO
5.
YES NO
7.
YSE NO
√
√
√
8.
YES NO
For the Secondary Data collection
Magazine: -
CHAPTER 11
FINDING & CONCLUSION
CHAPTER 12
√
SUGGESTION & RECOMMENDATION
On above Project I am studied whatever change’s come in India
that changes are very difficulty...
CHAPTER 13
ANNEXURE-1
QUESTIONNAIRE
1. Is there any change’s in policy of your bank if yes please
specified?
YES NO
2. Is ...
8. Are there any growths of Indian banking in coming
recent year?
YES NO
9. How is your experience with Electronic Banking...
BIBLIOGRAPHY
I use many author, Internet, web site, magazine, newspaper and
many source of information.
Magazine: -
1. The...
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  1. 1. CHAPTER NO 1 1.1 PREFACE Though the origin of insurance is lost in antiquity yet evidence is on record that arrangements embodying the idea of insurance were made in Babylonia and India as quite as early period. The codes of Hammurabbi and of Manu had recognized the advisability of provision for sharing future losses. However, the genesis of insurance business in its present form can be traced back to underwriters in Lloyd’s Coffee House in London. Initially the concept of insurance arose out of the mercantile adventures of transporting goods across the sea. (ANOOP K. KAUSHAL S.K.MOHANTY)
  2. 2. 1.2 INTRODUCTION Since independence, the Indian Navy and Indian Shipping had undergone considerable expansion but as there had not been legislation governing marine insurance the Indian Marine Insurance continued to be governed by the British Marine Insurance Act of 1906. at the same time the insurance contracts in India also became subject to the provisions of Indian Contract Act, 1872. The insurance policy form used in India was the English form based on mercantile customs and business conventions. They at times were in conflict with the provisions of the Indian Contract Act, 1872. Due to this unsatisfactory position it was considered essential to have a comprehensive legislation consistent to Indian Conditions . To achieve this objective the Marine Insurance Bill was introduced in the Parliaments.
  3. 3. 1.3 DEFINITAIONS Marine insurance defined : A contract of marine insurance is an agreement whereby the insurer undertakes to indemnify the assured, in the manner and to the extent thereby agreed, against marine losses, that is to say the losses incidental to marine adventure.
  4. 4. CHAPTER 2 2.1 OBJECTIVE: 2.2 LIMITATION: - PRIMARY DATA: - SECONDARY DATA: - CHAPTER 3 REVIEW OF LITTERATURE News & Analysis
  5. 5. CHAPTER 4 Liberalization 4.4 Problems with Liberalization 4.5 Result of above Point CHAPTER 5
  6. 6. CHAPTER 6 CHAPTER 7
  7. 7. CHAPTER 8
  8. 8. CHAPTER 9 CASE STUDY CHAPTER 10 Primary Data Collection YES NO • • Reducing N.P.A • Emphasis on Marketing • Third party
  9. 9. DENA BANK 42% BANK OF BARODA 58% 2. YES NO 5. YES NO 7. YSE NO √ √ √
  10. 10. 8. YES NO For the Secondary Data collection Magazine: - CHAPTER 11 FINDING & CONCLUSION CHAPTER 12 √
  11. 11. SUGGESTION & RECOMMENDATION On above Project I am studied whatever change’s come in India that changes are very difficulty face by Indian bank because of the liberalization, privatization & globalization. But what ever change’s come in India that are profitable to the Indian bank I like to given a suggestion on my project as follow  In Indian bank can be required more changes compared to the foreign bank because this generation are required every think is automatically  R.B.I also create the change in interest rate on deposit  Also change in home loan not only home lone every type of loan or on that what ever R.B.I charge the interested rate on that also they can be change  Every bank given a extra facility to the their customer for attracting on bank
  12. 12. CHAPTER 13 ANNEXURE-1 QUESTIONNAIRE 1. Is there any change’s in policy of your bank if yes please specified? YES NO 2. Is there any Merger & Acquisition in your bank? YSE NO 3. Are change’s beneficial to your bank? Please specified? YES NO 4. Who are the major competitors? 5. Are Indian bank too more beneficial than foreign bank’s? YES NO 6. Changing environment is beneficial to the banks? YES NO 7. What kinds of problem do your bank to handle the client face?
  13. 13. 8. Are there any growths of Indian banking in coming recent year? YES NO 9. How is your experience with Electronic Banking? V. Good Good Average Bad 10.Has liberalization / privatization changes the way of banking? YES NO Some Extent 11. I.T in bank encouraging online frauds? YES NO 12. I.T in bank affect the work of the employee? ↑ The work ↓ the work Same at both levels’
  14. 14. BIBLIOGRAPHY I use many author, Internet, web site, magazine, newspaper and many source of information. Magazine: - 1. The Hindu Survey Of Indian Industry 2006 Page number – 49 2. Banking & Insurance (January –October 2004) Page number –13 Book: - Managing Indian Banks – Written by Vasant Joshi and Vinay Joshi Electronic Reference: - www.yahoo.com www.google.com www.wikipidia.com

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