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Financial Inclusion

Financial Inclusion in NER

 

1. Extracts from Economic Survey 2011-12 - Chapter 13: Human Development, Page 306

 

Developmental Data

 

1. Financial Exclusion in North Eastern States – Major Indicators

 

(as in April, 2012)
(Prepared by Ministry of DONER)

 

Financial Exclusion in North Eastern States – Major Indicators
States Population per Branch (Number) Percentage of rural branches Average Annual Growth rates in Deposits and Credit Amounts and C-D Ratios (Percentage)
Deposit Credit C-D Ratio
1991-2001 2001-2010 1991-2001 2001-2010 1991 2010
  (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
Arunachal Pradesh 17282
(16936)
63.8
(81.2)
15.4 24.4 8.1 34.5 28 27
Assam 21103
(21803)
53.5
(64.5)
16.2 19.7 11.2 21.7 50 36
Manipur 33602
(31618)
43.2(55.9) 14.9 20.7 8.3 23.1 72 41
Meghalaya 13916
(13687)
59.2
(71.8)
15.8 22.6 12.9 31.5 22 26
Mizoram 11133
(11707)
55.1
(77.2)
14.4 19.1 12.8 27.2 28 24
Nagaland 22007
(30360)
41.1
(52.1)
15.4 19.4 1.7 27.7 44 30
Sikkim 8252
(NA)
64.9
(76.6)
18.9 20.0 6.0 21.1 68 25
Tripura 19120
(18274)
49.8
(65.6)
NA 20.3 NA 34.4 14 37
NER 19465 53.6
(65.6)
16.2 19.8 10.2 22.5 47 35
All-India 13916 38.1
(48.2)
16.8 18.9 15.8 21.9 62 73

 

Source:
  1. Research study report on ‘Expanding Financial Inclusion in the North-Eastern States’ by Justice K. S. Hegde Institute of Management, Nitte, Karnataka.
  2. Report of the RBI Committee on Financial Sector Plan for NER. 

 

Note:
  1. Figures in bracket in Column 1 show population per branch in 2005 as per the Report of the RBI Committee on Financial Sector Plan for NER. The highlighted figures show a lower population per branch in 2005.
  2. The highlighted figures in bracket in Column 2 show a higher percentage of rural branches in 2001.

 

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Smt. Kirti Saxena, Economic Adviser