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Bhoomika Garg
Assistant Professor Rajdhani College, University Of Delhi, Bk-52 (west) Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi - 110088
Financial Inclusion And Rural Development
Nationalization of banks in 1969 and subsequent developments led to the expansion of geographical and functional reach by commercial banks, Regional Rural Banks and Co-operative credit institutions. Public policy aimed at “social” and “development bonding” by meeting rural credit needs and reducing the dependency on informal sector credit. It may be noted that despite of vast expansion, a

Bhoomika Garg
Assistant Professor Rajdhani College, University Of Delhi, Bk-52 (west) Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi - 110088
Role Of Msmes In Economic Development
It is well known that the MSME sector constitutes the spine of the nation, small Industry has been one of the major pillars of India’s economic development strategy since Independence. India accorded high priority to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) from the very beginning and pursued support policies to make these enterprises viable, vibrant and over time, these have

Bhoomika Garg
Assistant Professor, Rajdhani College, University Of Delhi, India
Talent Management In Banks
The objective of any organization is to generate products, provide services and market them to end clients. No matter whether the focus is on best quality, lowest cost, or on maximizing profit, one important asset in optimizing productivity will always be organization’s best people i.e. its top talent. An organization human capital is the force that can

Bhoomika Garg
Assistant Professor, Rajdhani College, University Of Delhi, New Delhi, India
Recent Developments In Indian Banking Industry
The Indian Banking Industry has undergone transformation over the years, which changed its structure and functions. The banking industry has evolved and transformed itself from a social banking to a liberalized, modernized and technology oriented industry. The Indian Economy’s liberalization in the early 1990 has resulted in the conception of various private sector banks which resulted in great

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