International Journal of Entrepreneurship (Print ISSN: 1099-9264; Online ISSN: 1939-4675)


Impact on Employees Perception in Public Sector Banks in the Chennai Metropolis.

Author(s): Shyam Sundar J, Thiruchelvam C

 The banking and financial sector is an important sector for the development of the economy and the nation as a whole, which helps to provide the necessary financing to the different sectors of the economy. As a service industry, employee efficiency has an impact on the quality of service offered. After the liberalization of the Indian economy in 1991 and the banking sector reforms of 1998, the Indian banking sector has witnessed the realization of a realistic model of change. For India's banking sector was designed to comply with the Basel Accords with the trustworthy insolence of the RBI. This regulation aimed to ease direct credit restrictions in the area of priority sector lending measures, reduce legal preemption, deregulate interest rates and promote prudential rules. This is an area where the banking sector needs a considerable change in the basic premises for the management and development of human resources. Therefore, the present study titled "Impact of Perception of Employees of Public Sector Banks in Chennai." The area covered is the city of Chennai and the study is limited to public sector banks. This study examines the impact of public sector banks. Some employees of public sector banks in Chennai this study was considered to be both analytical and descriptive. It depends on both primary and secondary data.

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