The banking sector in India has witnessed an unprecedented and historical developments ever since 14 major commercial banks were nationalised and as a result of the subsequent introduction and implementation of banking sector reforms in the year 1991, a series of structured, functional and portfolio changes have taken place in the banking industry.
In the present study, an attempt has been made to evaluate the relative performance of public sector banks in the light of banking . policy in the post-reforms period. An humble attempt is also made to analyze the management of NPAs in public sector banks.
This empirical investigation on public sector banks in India is comprised of seven chapters. The first chapter presents the introduction, need, scope, objectives, methodology, limitations and review of the literature of banking industry scenario in India. The second chapter presents evolution and evaluation of commercial banks in India. The third chapter presents profile and role of the public sectior banks in India. The fourth chapter analyses performance of scheduled commercial banks in India. The fifth chapter derives performance evolution of public sector banks on branch and employee based. The sixth chapter deals with management of non-performing assets in public sector banks. The penultimate chapter presents summary and suggestions with reference to public sector banks.
Definitely, this will serve as a reliable reference work to academics as well as professionals in the field, besides administrators and policy planners.