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Personnel Management for Rural Banking

N R Sheth B G Shah Doubts have been raised from time to time, as to the effectiveness of the 'lead bank' scheme launched by the Reserve Bank to promote the objectives of agricultural growth and greater employment opportunities in rural areas. The specific task assigned to the banks is stated to be that of "surveying the potential for banking development, extending branch banking after identifying growth centres, extending credit facilities after locating viable and potentially viable proposals, and mobilising deposits out of rising levels of income".

The Credit Authorisation Scheme-Some Problem Areas in Its Implementation

Some Problem Areas in Its Implementation B G Shah This paper seeks to define and discuss same of the problem areas in the effective implementation of the Credit Authorisation Scheme operated by the Reserve Bank of India. These are :

Uncertainty Analysis in Capital Investment Decisions-Some Aspects

Uncertainty Analysis in Capital Investment Decisions Some Aspects V L Mote Venkutai H Patel B G Shah This paper does not propose to discuss the many conceptual problems in the areas of cost of capital or techniques of computing rates of return. Instead it discusses some aspects of the measurement of the benefits from investment and development of criteria for choice of a project.

Computers as Aids to Management Decisions-Application to Linear Programming

Application to Linear Programming V L Mote B G Shah The variables that need to be incorporated into management decision-making have increased mani- fold. At the same time, the magnitude of inputs that have to be committed to projects has increased considerably making sub-optimal decisions very expensive. Hence the need to use advanced 7nethods to aid decision-making.

Concept of Planning A Case Study

In this paper we cite a case study of "planning'' at the Ahmedabad Branch of the Praja Bank. The study underlines how creative aspects of the planning process can suffer if planning is reduced to a mechanistic target-setting and budgeting exercise with or without formal use of environmental data.
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