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Author(s): Lalita Agrawal, Madhulika Agrawal

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Address: Commerce Department, Durga Mahavidyalay, Raipur
Commerce Department, Govt. E.V.P.G.College, Korba.

Published In:   Volume - 20,      Issue - 1,     Year - 2015

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ABSTRACT:
Implementation of the financial inclusion plans is an efforts of RBI is to reach the large Indian population who are not getting the facilities of product and services provided by banks but it is not limited up to the opening branch net work or priority sector lending target but also to educate them about the use and benefit of the information and communication technology, and the national objective of GOI and RBI will achieve through improved services of banks at both the level, state and district to encourage the segment of rural population to develop culture of savings and provide the facilities of easy access to credit. According to 57th SLBC meeting (2015) Priority sector advances to total advances recorded a percentage 44.68 as on December 2014 which is more than the targeted level of percentage 40 in Chhattisgarh which indicate that there is a continuous achievement of objectives of the financial inclusion plans.

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Agrawal and Agrawal (2015). Impact Of Financial Inclusion Plans Of Banks In Chhattisgarh. Journal of Ravishankar University (Part-A: Science), 20(1), pp.63-68.


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