Sector Wise Non Performing Assets for MBA Students

Banks mainly lend to three sectors they include priority sector, public sector and non-priority sector. The lending composition of Indian banks during the last two years is depicted in the following table.

TABLE NO: 1SECOR WISE NPA’S-BANK GROUP-WISE   (AMOUNT IN RS.CRORES)

Sector public sector             old private sector

2007-08  2008-09    2007-08  2008-09

Private sector

2007-08  2008-09

All SCB

2007-08  2008-09

A. Priority sector 25,287

(0.8)

24,318

(0.7)

1,338

(0.7)

1,233

(0.50)

2,080

(0.3)

2,407

(0.3)

28,705

(0.7)

27,958

(0.5)

i)agriculture 8,268

(0.3)

5,708

(0.2)

243

(0.1)

263

(0.10)

1,225

(0.2)

1,178

(0.2)

9,735

(0.2)

7,149

(0.21)

ii)small scale industries. 5,805

(0.2)

6,984

(0.2)

359

(0.2)

307

(0.2)

292

363

6,456

(0.2)

7,654

(0.2)

iii) Others 11,214

(0.4)

11,214

(0.3)

737

(0.4)

663

(0.3)

563

(0.1)

866

(0.1)

12,514

(0.3)

13,155

(0.3)

b.public sector 299

474

75

299

549

c.Non-prority sector 14,163

(0.5)

19,251

(0.5)

1,219

(0.6)

1,839

(0.8)

8,339

(1.1)

11,334

(1.4)

23,721

(0.6)

32,423

(0.6)

Total(a+b+c) 39,749

(1.3)

44,042

(1.2)

2,557

(1.3)

3,072

(1.3)

10,419

(1.40)

13,815

(1.7)

52,725

(1.2)

60,930

(1.2)

SOURCE: RBI report on trends and progress of banking in India 2008-09. Figures in bracket indicate percentage to total assets of the respective bank group. The analysis of the table shows there was NPA increase in rupees, the percentage of NPA to total advances was almost the same. The reason for this was the one-time loan restructuring measures adopted by RBI. The observation of the table further showed that NPA of all scheduled commercial banks (SCB) for non-priority sector was more when compared to other sectors during the year 2008-2009.

banking sector

The figures shown above indicate that NPA for priority sector and non-priority sector were more. Public sector loans had least NPA

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