Non Performing Assets (npa), A Challenge For Indian Public Sector Banks
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Non Performing Assets (npa), A Challenge For Indian Public Sector Banks
This paper try to make an attempt to analyze how efficiently public sector banks have been managing their NPA. A statistical tool, least square method for projection of trend is used. The study shows that for public sector banks, Non Performing Assets (NPA) is great challenge and have enough capital in hand to deal with future contingencies. Gross NPA and net NPA as percentage of advances are continuously declining which shows the efficiency of public sector banksDownloadViews: 693

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