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Financial inclusion : an evaluation of the experiments in reaching out /

Financial inclusion :  an evaluation of the experiments in reaching out /
DK Number:DK-219420
ISBN: 9789380966151
Title: Financial inclusion : an evaluation of the experiments in reaching out /
Author: M.S. Moodithaya.
Edition: 1st ed.
Imprint: New Delhi : Sunrise Publications,
Physical Desc.: xiv, 231 p. ; 23 cm.
Year: 2012
Price: USD 18.50
Subject Strings: Finance, Personal--India.
  Financial services industry--India.
  Banks and banking--India.
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It is widely recognised that the delivery of financial and banking services to all in a fair, transparent and equitable manner at an affordable cost is a prerequisite for the attainment of the objectives of inclusive growth. Keeping this in view, several attempts have been made by the State, NGOs and the Private sector to reach out to the unreached, in India and elsewhere, Despite these attempts, the targets and objectives of financial inclusion largely remain unattained. Against this background, the present study examines the problem of access for the inclusive financial services based on a field study in select districts of Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh in India.

It has been observed that though there have been many initiatives introduced, such as credit, linkages of SHGs with the banking system and the entry of microfinance institutions, they are yet to make significant impact on raising the income levels of the beneficiaries.


Title Contents
Chapter No.Chapter TitleChapter AuthorPage No.
1. Introduction1
1.1 Genesis of the Concept of Financial Inclusion
1.2 Thrust on Financial Inclusion
1.3 Operational Framework for the Study
1.4 Relevance of the Study
2. Financial Inclusion: The Indian Experience24
2.1 Banking Development - Lopsided
2.2 Extent of Coverage: Too Inadequate
2.3 Experiments made in the Past
2.4 Directed Lending Programmes: Varied Results
2.5 State - sponsored Schemes: Too Many, Too Little Impact
3. Latest Attempts to Reach-Out49
3.1 Promotion of Self - Help Groups
3.2 Advent of Micro - Finance Institutions
3.3 Replacing Village Money Lender
4. The Challenge of Financial Exclusion in India: An Assessment68
4.1 factors causing Financial Exclusion
4.2 Dimensions of Financial Exclusion
4.3 Financial Inclusion Initiatives in Different Countries
5. Targets Set for Financial Inclusion90
5.1 RBI Directives/Initiatives
5.2 Role of Government
5.3 Achievements by Banks
5.4 Scanning SLBC Proceedings
6. A Case Study of Two Villages136
6.1 Status Report on Banking Development in two States
6.2 Purpose and Methodology of Village Survey
6.3 Profiles of Selected Villages
6.4 An Assessment of Financial Inclusion
6.5 Causes of Financial Exclusion
6.6 Using SHGs for Reaching Out
6.7 Expectations from the Bank for Financial Inclusion
7. Conclusion and Recommendations
7.1 Macro-level Achievement: An Evaluation
7.2 Micro-level Implications
7.3 The Way Forward: Some Suggestions
7.4 Conclusion
Bibliography and References219

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