Established with a vision to bring about innovation in higher education and learning in emerging areas of the knowledge society, the not-for-profit NIIT University (NU), launched a book, Banking Industry and Non-Performing Assets (NPAs) at its Neemrana campus. The book is co-authored by Professor Arun Kumar, Associate Professor, NU; Anoop Kumar Sharma and Ganesh Komma, both at present, working with ICICI Bank and former students of NU’s industry linked MBA programme in collaboration with ICICI Bank. Banking Industry and NPAs highlight the problem of NPAs faced by the Banking Industry. It analyses the top 10 cases of NPAs and suggests remedial measures that need to be taken to avoid them in the future. The book also highlights that not all NPAs are bad and can become goldmines as these assets would have generally made 100% provisions, so any recovery will add to the profit of the bank.
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