Contents: Venue Capital: Recent Trends in the Liberalization Context, Role of Financial Institutions and Developmental Organizations in Promoting Rural Non-farm Small Enterprises, Challenges for Indian Banking Industry, HRD Practices in Banking Sector: An Analysis, The Balance Sheet of Liberalization: A Study of the Banking Sector, The Menance of Non-performing Assets: Challenges and Remedial Measures, Credit Disbursement by Commercial Banks After Second Generation Reforms, Financial Sector Reforms and Their Impact on Banks, Voluntary Retirement Scheme: Impact on Banking Sector, Emerging Challenges of Electronic Banking, Information Technology in Banks, Relationship Between Stock Prices and Exchange Rates, Corporate Governance: An Overview, Corporate Frauds: A Model for Good Governance, Development of Technical Entrepreneurship, Perspectives of Entrepreneurship Development Role of STEPs, and Innovation and Business Incubators, Management of Human Resource, Human Resource Managers Challenges, Managing Talent: A Market Driven Approach, Hallmarks of High Performing Organizations, India Shining with Human Strategic Strength, Human Resource Management with Specific Case Studies in India, Human Resource Management: Challenges in the New Millennium, Traditional Professional Communities: Their Reorientation, Human Resource Development As Strategic Strength, HRD As A Strategic Power, Developing Human Resource As A Strategic Strength, Transcultural Human Values, Rationalisation: A Competitive Advantage.banks has come up in the form of a#39;SWADHANa#39; a shared payment network system which has a card base of 1, 00, 000 with 30, 000 ... This explains the reason why Times Bank, Centurion Bank, Global Trust Bank and HDFC Bank have been setting up new branches at a fast pace. ... though exceptions are there like Bank of Baroda and Stae Bank of India, who have aggressively pushed their credit cards.
|Title||:||Banking Sector and Human Resources|
|Publisher||:||Discovery Publishing House - 2006-01-01|