Rural Banking in India

Manas Chakrabarti

Verlag: New Century Publications, 2011
ISBN 10: 8177082620 / ISBN 13: 9788177082623
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Agriculture and rural sectors play an important role in India?s overall development strategy in terms of income and employment generation and poverty alleviation. Great significance has, therefore, been accorded to developing appropriate institutions and mechanisms for catering to the credit requirements of these sectors. Government of India promoted Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) through the RRBs Act of 1976 to bridge the gap in the flow of credit to the rural poor. The RRBs have a special place in the multi-agency approach adopted to provide agricultural and rural credit in India. These banks are state-sponsored, regionally-based and rural-oriented. Besides the RRBs, commercial and co-operative banks have been catering to the credit requirements of the rural sector. The renewed emphasis on agricultural and rural development by the Government of India would lead to a growing demand for different types of financial services in the rural areas. The present structure of rural credit may not be able to cater to the same. RRBs would be called upon to play a greater role in providing such services due to their rural character and feel. RRBs have to take over a larger share of credit disbursements calling for much larger resource mobilization, as also greater efforts for their institutional strengthening. It was announced in the Union Budget for 2008-09 that the Central Government and the State Governments had reached an agreement on the content of the package for revival of the long-term cooperative credit structure. The cost of the package was estimated at Rs. 3,074 crore, of which the Central Government?s share would be Rs. 2,642 crore. Buchnummer des Verkäufers NewCentury-9788177082623

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Inhaltsangabe: Agriculture and rural sectors play an important role in India's overall development strategy in terms of income and employment generation and poverty alleviation. Great significance has, therefore, been accorded to developing appropriate institutions and mechanisms for catering to the credit requirements of these sectors. The government of India has promoted Regional Rural Banks (RRBs). These banks are state-sponsored, regionally-based, and rural-oriented. Besides the RRBs, commercial and co-operative banks have also been catering to the credit requirements of the rural sector. The renewed emphasis on agricultural and rural development by the government would lead to a growing demand for different types of financial services in the rural areas. RRBs would be called upon to play a greater role in providing such services, due to their rural character and feel. This book explores development of RRBs in India.

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Titel: Rural Banking in India
Verlag: New Century Publications
Erscheinungsdatum: 2011
Einband: Hardcover
Zustand: New

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Buchbeschreibung GAZELLE BOOK SERVICES Nov 2012, 2012. Buch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - Agricultural sector occupies a key position in the Indian economy. It provides employment to about 65 percent of the working population of India. It is but natural that the problems of farmers are addressed with a sense of urgency. Agriculture being a State subject, the bulk of public investment in agriculture takes place at the level of States and the Central Government supports the States as a catalyst. Being the backbone of the Indian economy, agriculture has all along been treated as a priority sector for the allocation of institutional credit. The low growth rate of agriculture in the past few years has further strengthened the channels of credit flow to this sector. Micro credit has emerged as a visible credit channel to the poor as their access to conventional credit channels is constrained by the requirement of collateral and high transaction cost. Micro finance is routed through self-help groups (SHGs). Over the years, SHG -- Bank Linkage Programme -- which includes commercial banks, regional rural banks and co-operative banks -- has emerged as the major micro finance programme in the country. This volume contains 12 well-researched papers, authored by experts in the field of agricultural finance, which provide an in-depth analysis of current state of agricultural/rural finance in India, emergence of micro finance, financial inclusion efforts and related matters. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9788177083248

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