An Empirical Study on Role of Commercial Banks in Rural Credit: A Case Evidence from Coimbatore District

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  • A. Maheswari Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce with Professional Accounting and Accounting and Finance, Hindusthan College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore, India

Keywords:

Rural, credit, banking, services, customer, economic development and finance

Abstract

The present study focus on development of the rural areas becomes vital for the rapid development of the economy as a whole. With a view to improve the economic status of the rural poor, the Government of India has taken various measures in the recent years. The establishment of institutional agencies provides inputs such as finance, implements, seeds, fertilizers, etc. Among various inputs catering the needs of the rural people, finance gains much importance. The availability of sufficient funds at reasonable terms is a must to ensure rapid economic development of a village. Commercial Banks play a vital role in financing the target groups in rural sector. Therefore, this research attempts to study the role of Commercial Banks in Rural Credit.

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05-01-2022

How to Cite

[1]
A. Maheswari, “An Empirical Study on Role of Commercial Banks in Rural Credit: A Case Evidence from Coimbatore District ”, IJRAMT, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 7–12, Jan. 2022.

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