An Analytical Study on Banking Liquidity in India – Private and Public Sector Banks

Dr. Makarand Upadhyaya

The country’s banking system is a reflection and the health of the country. In the resent scams surfacing in the banking sector has caused economic turmoil reflecting in the countries growth. The India most look up projects like “Make in India” may suffer due to cleaning of the banking sector which may cause a setback for the economy. In just one years after Demonetization was announced in 6th November, 2017 its effect were just settling down that the scam dynamic started unfolding it may the effect of demonetization which was getting the black money and fraud out in the open. Staggering rupees ten lakh core has been getting accumulated in the Indian banking system in the form of bad loans or non-performing assets (NPAs), according to the last remarks given by in first post. The economy has finally begun showing some signs of caution after the recent outbreak of India’s biggest bank fraud of more than INR 11,400 core. This study is done through CAMEL model to understand the banking system financial management and system control. The study was done through SPSS20. Tools like Bonferroni Tests and ANOVA were used. In site of company’s liquidity understanding.

Volume 11 | 04-Special Issue

Pages: 2275-2281