A STUDY AND OVERVIEW OF NONPERFORMING ASSETS (NPAS) ON DIFFERENT SEGMENTS OF BANKING SECTOR IN INDIA

Asha Brahmakshatriya

Abstract


The current era is highly regulated to the concept of liberalization and so this era can rightly be called the era of
transformation. This includes transformation of public sector to private sector and closed economy to globalized
economy. This is the new starting era of new private sector banks and foreign banks. Our study is focused on gross NPA to
gross advances and net NPA to net advances. Its covers the research period after the banking sector reforms started.


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