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Volume 5 Issue 5
Financial Sustainability of Indian Banking Sector
|Abstract||Indian banking system is plagued by the surge in Non-Performing Assets (NPAs) since 2009, post global financial crisis. Repeated measures taken by the Government and Reserve Bank of India (RBI) collaboratively or individually did not bring the expected outcomes and more-so it exacerbated to the core and heightened the level of deterioration of asset quality of Indian banks. Prominently the public sector banks are worse hit than its private counterparts, though the latter made entry into the world of devastation in the recent years and thereby added to the ceremonial growth of stressed assets. The paper has attempted to focus on the vulnerability of the Indian banks, both public and private sector towards its burgeoning NPAs post 2008. The study revealed that the sustainability of the Indian banking sector became troublesome as disadvantages in uncontrollable asset quality deterioration; growth outpaces the advantage of the remedial measures.|
|Keywords||Indian banking sector, NPA in Indian Banks|
|Field||Sociology > Banking / Finance|
|Published In||Volume 1, Issue 3, November-December 2019|
|Cite This||Financial Sustainability of Indian Banking Sector - Naina - IJFMR Volume 1, Issue 3, November-December 2019.|
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