Role of Scheduled Commercial Banks in the Socio-economic Development of Nagaland : An Analytical Study

ISBN Number : 978-93-5024-905-5

Library Price : Rs.409

Library Dollar Price : 17$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2011

No. Of Pages : 198

About The Book

This book highlights the functioning of Scheduled Commercial Banks in the state of Nagaland and its role in the socio-economic development of Nagaland. Comparisons have been made with respect to all-India levels and problems faced are highlighted with proper remedial measurers to overcome these problems.

This book will be helpful for the banks in Nagaland to formulate policies for further improvement. It will also help the financial institutions of Nagaland to uplift the economic development. It will be also helpful for the students of Commerce, especially in the field of Finance and Banking. Care has been taken to make the book flawless.

Contents :

1. Introduction
2. Historical Evolution and Theoretical Background of Scheduled Commercial Banks
3. An Analysis of Growth and Composition of Scheduled Commercial Banks Deposit in Nagaland and in India
4. An Evaluation of the Composition and Growth of Scheduled Commercial Banks Credit in Nagaland and in India
5. A Performance Evaluation in Terms of Credit Deposit Ratio of Scheduled Commercial Banks in Nagaland
6. Organisational Pattern of Management and Operational Activities of Scheduled Commercial Banks in Nagaland
7. Performance of Scheduled Commercial Banks Vis-a-Vis Socio-Economic Development of Nagaland (With the Help of Socio-economic Indicators)
8. Self Help Group
9. Summary of Findings, Recommendations and Conclusions

About The Author

Dr. Sanjay Chhabra s/o Late Shri. Kashi Ram Chhabra originally hailed from Rajasthan. His ancestors settled in Dimapur in 1880. His grandfather Late Udai Ram Chhabra was the Founder President of Sri Digambar Jain Samaj in Dimapur.

Dr. Chhabra did his schooling from S.D. Jain High School, Dimapur under NBSE Board and B.Com. (Honours in Accountancy) from St. Anthony`s College, Shillong under NEHU, passing out First Class with third position.

He left for Delhi for his further studies (C.A. course) and simultaneously did his M.Com. in Management from Delhi University. After completion of M.Com., he came back to Dimapur and became one of the founder lecturers of S.D.Jain Girl`s College in 1993. He took charge as an acting principal in 1995. During his tenure as principal in 1995, the first batch of college got all top ten positions in Nagaland University in XII Commerce exams. He served S.D. Jain Girl’s College from 1993 to 2004 as lecturer, Head of Commerce department and finally served the college as principal.

During his principalship, he completed his LL.B. from Assam University with good second class (56%) and did double M.Com. in Accountancy from Dibrugarh University First Class with first position in 2002. He joined Ph.D. under the Nagaland University Commerce department and achieved the prestigious degree in 2007 and became the first amongst the entire Marwari Community of Nagaland to achieve this degree. Till now he is the only one from Marwari community of Nagaland to achieve this degree.

He took up as the founder principal of Unity College in 2007 and is serving the college till date. He is also one of the counselors for postgraduate Commerce department in Dimapur Government College`s IGNOU study center since 2007. He is loved and respected by his all followers.

He was honored by All India Jain Talent at New Delhi in 2002. He is a man with zeal of academic and social activities. He is a life member of Indian Red Cross Society and Associations of Indian College Principals. He is also associated with Avantika Literary Competition Society of Delhi. He has served Lions Club of Dimapur, Bharat Vikas Parishad, Jan Jyati Kalyan Samiti (Kalyan Ashram), Dimapur Jain Samaj as an executive member. He is one of the members of Board of Undergraduate Studies in Commerce under Nagaland University. Dr. Sanjay Chhabra is a hardworking man, who is sincere and dedicated towards his works.

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