A Comparative Study of Non-Performing Assets of Domestic Commercial Banks in India

Ajeet Kumar


The present study has been made to analyze the problem of NPAs among domestic bank groups  ( i.e., Public Sector Banks, Old and New Private Sector Bank Groups) of the country and for this purpose researcher has used Gross NPAs and Net NPAs as per cent to Total Assets. Further, the data used in study covers a period of ten year i.e., 2003/04 to 2012/13 and Kruskal Wallis test has been used. The results of the averages and C.V. showed that New Private Sector Banks are more efficient in handling their Gross and Net NPAs. But the results of Kruskal Wallis showed that the efficiency of all three categories of banks is same in handling their Gross and Net NPAs.

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