Editors : Dr. G.T. Govindappa, Dr. Laxmana P
and Dr. Cirappa I.B.
Pages : 558
During the last 25years of Economic Reforms, the Financial Sector has changed metamorphically. Capital market today is on par with the capital markets in the developed world in terms of technology, trading and transparency. So also the Money market, Banking sector, insurance and the financial services. It is an appropriate time to assess and evaluate the reforms in financial sector. It was heartening that the Department of Commerce of Davangere university organized a Two –day National Conference on the theme, “25 years of Financial sector reforms: A look Back and ahead”. More than 100 papers were presented in the conference and opportunity was provided to post graduate students to participate and present papers in the conference.
I am also very happy to know that the Department is bringing out an edited volume of papers presented in the conference. I appreciate the faculty and the students for working collectively inorganizing the conference and in bringing out the edited volume. I extend my best wishes and support in all their endeavours.
1. Quarter Century of Financial Sector Reforms in India: Some Issues and Concerns
Dr. N.K. Thingalaya
2. Banking Sector Reforms – A Forward-looking Perspective
Dr. K Ramesha
3. Financial Sector Reforms in India
Prof. S G Hundekar
4. Wealth Tax Reforms Vis-à-vis Financial Sector Reforms
Mrs. Shamala K and Dr. G.T. Govindappa
5. Financial Sector Reforms and Indian Agriculture
Dr. K.B. Rangappa and Smt. S. Suchitra
6. A Journey of Financial Sector Reforms
Dr. Lakshmana.P and Prasanna S.H.
7. An Empirical Study on Systematic Investment Plan [SIP] in Capital Market - Special reference to HDFC Mutual Fund Company
Dr. Cirappa I.B
8. Growth of Alternative Investment Funds in India
Velmurugan PS and Perumalraja R
9. Banking Sector Reforms in India
K. Senthil Kumar and Dr. S. Rajendran
10. Entrepreneurship Development in India – The Rudseti Way
Dr. Jagadish B
11. Foreign Direct Investment in India: A Case Study on Life Insurance Industries in India
Dr. Kartikey Koti
12. An Analysis of Indian Private Sector Banks Using Camel Model Approach
Dr. Rajnalkar Laxman, Shivakumar Jagannath and Abhisek Limbare
13. Emerging Market Trends in Medical Tourism Services in Karnataka
Dr. Vinod N Sambrani and Mr . Sekappa N Makkalageri
14. Stock Market Integration Among Brics Nations - An Empirical Analysis
Mohammad Irshad VK and Dr.Velmurugan PS
15. Credit Cards and Cash Position Changes of an Individual: A Study
Dinesha K and Dr. P Laxmana
16. Social Entrepreneurship: A case study of Self Help Group Leaders in Davangere District.
Ravindra K.C. and Dr. G.T. Govindappa
17. Alternate Banking Channels in India for Customer Convenience
18. Impact of IASs on Indian Accounting Standards
19. Training and Development Practices as a Tool for creating work force efficiency of sustainable growth in organization
Rajendra Prasad G R and Dr. Manjunath K. R
20. A Gaze At The Information Technology Dissemination in Indian Banking System
Dr. Vinod N Sambrani
21. CSR Accounts Reporting In India
Dr. Vinod N Sambrani and Chidanand G Byahatti
22. Securitization in India: A Strategic Tool for Competitiveness
23. Financial Sector and Women Entrepreneurship -A Special Reference to Banking Industry
24. Role of Micro Finance through Self Help Groups - Opportunities and Current Issues
Manjunatha J M and Dr. Govindappa G T
25. Industrial Finance for MSMEs in India - Issues and Challenges
Aravinda M.N. and Dr. B. Hiriyappa
26. Financial Reforms and Growth of MSMEs in India
Prashanth Nayaka T R
27. Dynamic Interaction between, Foreign Portfolio Investment (FPI), Domestic Institutional Investors (DIIs), and Stock Market Returns in India
Dhananjaya K and Krishna Raj
28. Payments & Small Finance Banks – Their Role in Banking Space for Inclusive growth
Shankar Soppadla and Dr. Siddappa.o. Halasagi
29. Personal Financial Wellness and Human Resource Management
Dr. Jagadish B
30. Corporate Bond Market: A “spare tyre” of Indian Economy!
Velmurugan PS and Rinku Champramary
31. Emerging Challenges in the Process of Adoption of IFRS in India
Venktesh Babu S.
32. Micro Finance Through Self Help Groups (SHGs) (A Case Study of Tumkur District)
Dr. Laxmana P and Lakshmikantha Nayaka T.O
33. Role of SHGs in Entrepreneurial Development and Empowerment of Women-A Case Study of Mayakonda Hobali in Davanagere District.
Chandrashekhara Y. and Dr. Pallavi S. Kusugal.
34. Empirical Relationship between US and Indian Interest Rates Swap Markets
Velmurugan PS and Veeraraghavan R
35. Corporate Governance Practices in Financial Institutions (A Study on Selected Commercial Banks in India)
Dr. Cirappa I.B. and Mr. Muttesha N.
36. A Study on the Performance of Public Sector General Insurance Companies in India
T. Chandrashekhara and Dr. (Smt) K.S. Sarala
37. Institutional approach for Financial Inclusion: A Study with Special Reference to Dakshina Kannada
Ms.Florin Shelomith Soans
38. Problems of Industrial Estate Entrepreneurs - An Analysis
Dayanand C. Naik and Janet SSM
39. Job Satisfaction – A Study on Employees’ Perception
Dr. Sumukha P S and Dr. Mamata V. Hegde
40. Empowerment of Rural Women Entrepreneurs through Sri Kshethra Dharmasthala Gramabhirodhi Yojana – A Study in Chitradurga District.
Smt. Jamunarani H.S.
41. An Empirical Study on the Role of Public Sector Banks in Rural Development (With Special Reference to SBI)
Dr. Cirappa I.B. and Sowmya N.R.
42. Performance Evaluation of Karnataka Vikas Grameena Bank towards Agricultural Development
43. Banking and Insurance Sector Reforms in India
Dr. K. Shanmukha
44. A Role on Micro Finance in Self Help Groups with Special Reference to Davangere District
Dr. Cirappa I.B and Mr. Chethan C.V
45. Corporate Social Responsibility Reforms and Practices in Financial Institutions: A Study on Selected Insurance Companies in India
Mr. Muttesha N.
46. 25 Years Banking Sector Reforms and Its Impact on Indian Economy: Look Back and Ahead
47. Impact of Banking Sector Reforms on Indian Banking Systems Opportunities and Challenges in India
48. Financial Risk Protection and Life Insurance in Davangere City
Ms Shwetha M.B.
49. “A study on employees’ job satisfaction with special reference to Anantha Refinery Pvt., Ltd., Challakere”
Dr. Cirappa I.B. and Leelavathi K.
50. Financial Inclusion Programmes in India: An Analytical View on Past 25 Years and Future Ahead
Mr. Punith Kumar.D.G
51. Reforms in Indian Capital Market
Rajaram H.G. and Dr. B. Hiriyappa
52. Financial Sector Reforms – Issues, Challenges and Future Road Map Towards Indian Economic Development
Dr. Vinod. N. Sambrani and Naveen Pol
53. Merger and Acquisition in Indian Information Technology Sector
Sandeep N.V. and Dr. B. Hiriyappa
54. A Review on Indian Capital Market
Dr. Cirappa I.B. and Nagaraju H.P.
55. Entreprenureship In Dairy Industry
56. Financial Reforms and Its Exclusive Waves on Small Scale Industries in India
57. Financial Inclusion and Socio-Economic Change
Prof. B.K.Mohamed Swaleha and Mahesh M.J.
58. Non-Performing Assets of Indian Banks
Dr. Laxmana P and Kanakaraj S
59. Emerging Challenges of Credit Risk Management in Banking Sector
Arati N. Rawal
60. A Study on Financial Sector Reforms in India: Causes, Policy Changes and Impact
61. Cyber Entreprenurship
62. Financial Reforms in India and its Implications on Banking Sector
63. Capital Markets discover Urban Cool: Real Estate through the Lens of the Indian Economy
Alina Zohrain Sarkar
64. 100% Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in E-commerce with effectiveness of Marketplace Model
Vinay Kumar J
65. A Paper on 25 Years of Financial Sector Reforms in Banking Services, a Look Back and Ahead
66. 25 Years of Financial Reforms in Stock Exchanges in India
Ms. Gagana T.N. and Ms. Chaitra A.S.
67. A Technique of Camel Rating to Evaluate the Performance of Banks. [A Study on Shiva Co-Operative Bank].
68. A Study on the Role of Women Empowerment in Micro Finance in India
Pradeep kumara Y.N
69. A Paper on Corporate Governance Practices in Indian Financial Institutions: An Analysis on Post Financial Reforms
Mr. Sharath. B.C. and Miss. Megha S.
70. Financial Reforms in Foreign Direct Investment in Indian Perspective
Mr.Muttesha.N and Mr. Harish Tigari
71. RBI Reforms on Loans and Advances
72. A Paper on Empowerment of Women Entreprenures through Selected Public Sector Bank in Chitradurga: An Analysis on Financial Reforms
Chitra Shree B.S. and Bhavana A.R.
73. A Paper on Rights & Privileges of Shareholders in Financial Institutions: An Analysis of After Financial Reforms in Co-Operative Societies
Mr. Sharath. B.C. and Miss. Hina Kouser S.
74. “Farmers Attitude Towards Loan Schemes of Regional Rural Banks in India; A Case Study on Pragathi Krishna Gramina Bank in Hireguntanur Hobli.”
Mr. Babu.S and Miss. Chaitra.B
75. Banking Reforms on Non Performing Assets (NPAs) (an empirical study)
76. Consumer Satisfaction towards Mobile Banking [A study on teenagers of Davangere city]
Sneha S.P. and Savita M.B.
77. “Reforms of Insurance Sector in India” (with special reference in Life Insurance Sector)
78. “Role of Financial Institutions in the Growth and Development of Women Entrepreneurship”
Mr. Karibasaiah. E
79. Investors’ Response Towards Different Investment Alternatives (An Emperical Study in Davangere City)
Mr. Kasim Ali U. and Ms. Jayashree J.
80. A Paper on Changes in Human Resource Policies and Procedure Financial Institutions; After Financial Reforms.
Pavithra S.A. and Kruthika C.S
81. Relationship Between Economic Indicators and Stock Market Indicies
Manjula A.N and Mr. Punith Kumar D.G
82. Financial Reforms in Commercial Banks in Relating to Educational Loans
Mahantesha C and Mallamma K M
83. Implications of IFRS on Small and Medium Size Enterprises in India
84. Money Market
85. Finacial Refoms In Indian Money Market
86. A Paper on Corporate Governance in World Bank
Mis. Priyanka. B.R. and Mis. Reshma. M.S.
87. The Challenges and Opportunites of Insurance Sector in India
88. Profitability Analysis of Co-operative Bank (A Case Study on Davangere Urban Co-operative Bank)
Jyothi.S.G and Kavitha.V.M
89. Financial Refomrs in Commercial Banks in India
Mr. Muttesha N. and Ms. Sabah Anjum A
90. Indian Banking Sector Reforms
91. A Study on Financial Performance of Co-operative Banks (With Special Reference Bapuji Co-operative Bank Ltd., Davangere)
92. Indian Capital Market Reforms
Agnes Stella M and Uma Maheshwari.A
93. ‘‘Investors Awarness and Practices Towards Capital Markets Instruments in India; A Case Study on Chitradurga City.”
Mr. Babu.S and Mr. Ramesh C Teli
94. “Evolution and Growth of Life Insurance in India”
95. “A Comparative Analysis between Old Private Sector Banks and New Private Sector Banks in India.”
Miss. Akshatha .K and Mr. Sandeep .M
96. “Consumer Attitude Towords to Invest in Matual Funds; A Case Study on Chitradurga City’’
Siddesha G.S., Madukumar M.N and Hareesh Patil P.O
97. Role of Commercial Banks in Agricultural Finance: A Special Reference to SBM Agriculcural Development Bank, Davanagere
98. Role of Taxation in Capital Markets
99. A Study on Usage and Satisfaction of Customers on Credit Cards (A Case Study on Davanagere City)
Mr. G.R. Sateeshnaik
100. Youth Entrepreneurship as a Way of Boosting Indian Economic Competitiveness
101. A Study on 2015-16 Innovation in Indian Capital Market - Special Reference to Sovereign Gold Bond
Ms. Madhuri S and Ms. Bhavana Kumari Chouhan
102. Capital Markets Reforms in India, Since 1991.
Ms. Shalini J R
103. A Study on Online Trading and Demat Account in India
Mr. Sachin M.A.
104. Innovative Services Offered by Banks (With Special Reference to ICICI Bank)
Vidyadhare.A.R and Ranjitha.K
105. Reforms in Capital Market in India and the role of SEBI
Mr. Vivek K.R
106. Challenges Faced by Women Entrepreneurs
Bibi Ghousia and Sumegha S.S.
107. Challenges Faced by Indian Enterpreneur after 1991 (LPG)
108. 25 years of Financial Reforms in India : Achievements and Challenges
Dr. G.T. Govindappa, Mrs. Shamala K and Mr. Manjunatha J.M.
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