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Day 2: Public Sector and Private Sector Banks- Banking Awareness (in Hindi)
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Banking Chronicle - "I Can And I Will" With Ankush Lamba, Kapil Kathpal & Niharika John Mehra

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no sir aapnay shi kha video ki saray content English may hi thik hay but. explanation Hindi may hi hona chaiya. hmlog Hindi Kay pichay bhagtay hay yhi hmlogo ki kamjori hay jissay hmlog banking ka exam qualify nhi kar patay hay . mujhay aapsay request aap jis trah say prah rhay hay usi trah say learn karwiya may banking conical Kay saray btaya hua marg par chal RHA hu mujhay 2019 may job layni hi kisi hal may . may ak chotay say village say belong karta hu or mere financial condition bhut weak but may aapna dream banking cronical Kay through pura karna chahta hu.sir I am proud of you .jay hind jay bharat.
great bro same here... Best of luck for your golden future👍👍👍
Sir can you make a lesson on international institution like ABD World bank IMF etc.? Why they give loan to other countries? what is the basic function of these institutions in a brief... Plz sir...
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thank you kapil sir ....ankush sir is really great providing such fruitful classes ..m following from day 1 all classes ...gud initiative 👏👏
Nyc session sir,, thnx a lot
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  1. BANKING CHRONICLE GUILD Sanking Chronicle I CAN ANDI WILL


  2. COMPLETE BANKING EXAM PREPARATION FOR 2019 BASIC TO ADVANCE ALL SUBJECT


  3. Daily Classes anking & Financial Awareness Banking Exams Kapil Kathpal


  4. * Credit & Risk Analyst (S.O. Post) in a Public Sector Bank. * 7 years Banking experience. Selected as SBI PO and also cracked IBPS PO * Appeared in UPSC Civil Services Mains (2017) Academics: Chartered Financial Analyst (C.F.A.) Masters in Commerce (Accounting & Business Statistics). Diploma in Treasury, Investment & Risk Management. JAIIB & CAIIB Follow me on Unacademy: https://unacademy.com/user/Zinni "RATE REVIEW & RECOMMEND" VERIFIED


  5. Daily Classes anking & Financial Awareness Banking Exams Kapil Kathpal


  6. Public Sector Banks Public Sector Banks (PSBs) are banks where a majority stake (i.e. more than 50%) is held by a government. 19 Nationalised Banks SBIIDBI 21 PSBs The Central Government entered the banking business with the nationalization of the Imperial Bank Of India in 1955. A 60% stake was taken by the Reserve Bank of India and the new bank was named as the State Bank of India. The seven other state banks became the subsidiaries in 1959 when the SBI(Subsidiary Bank's) Act was passed. The next major nationalisation of banks took place on the 19th of July 1969 when the government of India nationalised an additional 14 major banks.


  7. Private Sector Banks The private-sector banks in India represent part of the Indian banking sector that is made up of private and public sector banks. The "private-sector banks" are banks where greater parts of share or equity are not held by the government but by private share holders. Banking in India has been dominated by public sector banks (since the 1969) when all major banks were nationalised by the Indian government. However, since liberalisation in government banking policy in the 1990s, old and new private sector banks have re- emerged Kapil Kahpal


  8. Private Sector Banks VThe private sector banks are split into two groups by financial regulators in India, old and new. The old private sector banks existed prior to the nationalisation in 1969 and kept their independence because they were either too small or specialist to be included in nationalisation. The new private sector banks are those that have gained their banking license since the liberalisation in the 1990s The Nedungadi Bank was the first private sector bank in India which was founded in 1899 by Rao Bahadur T.M. (Thalakodi Madathil) Appu Nedungadi in Kozhikode, Kerala. Kapil Kathpal


  9. Old Private Sector Banks The banks, which were not nationalized at the time of banks are closely held by certain communities their operations are mostly restricted to the areas in and around their place of origin. Their Board of directors mainly consist of locally prominent personalities from trade and business circles. Kapil Kathroal


  10. Name 1. Nedungadi Bank (Merged with Punjab National Bank in 2003) 2. city Union Bank 3. Karur ysya Bank 4. Catholic Syrian Bank 5. Tamilnad Mercantile Bank 6. Nainital Bank (Wholly owned subsidiary of Bank Of Baroda) 7. Karnataka Bank 8. Lakshmi Vilas Bank 9. Dhanlaxmi Bank 10. South Indian Bank 11. ING Vysya Bank (Merged with kotak Mahindra bank) 12. Federal Bank 13. Jammu and Kashmir Bank 14. RBL Bank 15. SBI Commercial and international Bank 16. IDB Bank Ltd (reverse merged with parent IDBl in 2004 to become IDBI Bank. Making this private bank into public sector) 17. Bank of Punjab (actually an old generation private bank since it was not founded under post-1993 new bank licensing regime) 18. Centurion Bank of Punjab (Merged Bank of Punjab in late 2005 to become Centurion Bank of Punjab, acquired by HDFC Bank Ltd. in 2008) 1994 19. Global Trust Bank (India) (Merged with Oriental Bank of Commerce) Year established 1899 1901 1916 1920 1921 1922 1924 1926 1927 1929 1930 1931 1938 1943 1955 1964 1989 1994 Kapil Kathpal


  11. 1. Axis Bank (earlier UTI) 1994 2. HDFC Bank 1994 3. DCB Bank 1995 4. ICICI Bank 5. Induslnd Bank 6. Kotak Mahindra Bank 1996 1994 2003 7. Yes Bank 2005 8. IDFC Bank 2015


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