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Answered on 09 Sep Tuition CBSE/Class 9/Mathematics Schools/CBSE Schools +1 CBSE/Class 10/Science less

G Ravinder

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Lesson Posted on 31 Aug Schools/CBSE Schools CBSE/Class 11/Commerce/Business Studies

Different types/kinds of banks in India - Class 11

Rajiv Vadera

I am MBA Finance. I believe in conceptual learning and not just theoretical.

Different Types of Banks- 1. Central Bank- The central bank is the apex bank in banking structure of any country. The Central Bank controls the flow of currency in the economy. It regulates the other banks in the country. It also works as a banker to the government. When other banks are in a problem,... read more

Different Types of Banks-

1. Central Bank- The central bank is the apex bank in banking structure of any country. The Central Bank controls the flow of currency in the economy. It regulates the other banks in the country. It also works as a banker to the government. When other banks are in a problem, they approach the Central Bank for assistance. Hence it is also called as a banker's bank. The Central Bank has sole authority to print the paper currency of the country. In India, the Reserve Bank of India is the Central Bank. Likewise, The Bank of England is the Central Bank of England and Federal Reserve Bank is the central bank of the United States of America.

2. Commercial banks- Commercial banks are the banks which do the banking business with the aim of earning profits. They accept deposits from the public and lend them to traders, manufacturers, and businessmen. For example, Bank of India, Axis Bank, HSBC etc.

3. Development Banks - These banks provide financial assistance to various industries for the purchase of machinery and equipment, modernization and expansion. For example, IFCI (Industrial Finance Corporation of India and SFCs (State Financial Corporations)

4. Co-operative banks - Co-operative banks are the banks whose main objective is to provide financial assistance to economically weaker sections of the society. Examples of cooperative banks are The New India Cooperative Bank, Cosmos Co-op Bank etc.

5. Specialized Banks- These banks specialize in providing financial assistance to a particular industry or sector. For example, EXIM Bank, SIDBI, NABARD etc.

6. Regional Rural Banks- The main aim of Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) is to provide banking services in rural areas. Its function is to provide financial assistance to small traders and farmers in rural areas

7. Exchange Banks. These banks are mainly concerned with the financing of foreign trade. The main function of such banks is to provide a facility for transfer of money from one country to another. Example Bank of America and Bank of Tokyo are Exchange banks operating in India

8. Indigenous Bankers - These are private lenders who charge a very high rate of interest on loans given by them

9. Savings Bank- The main aim of the Savings Bank is to cultivate a habit of saving among people. For example, Post Office savings bank

Refer - Various Types of Banks

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Lesson Posted on 28 Aug Schools/CBSE Schools CBSE/Class 12/Commerce

Public Economics - Non tax revenues of the government, Macro Economics

Rajiv Vadera

I am MBA Finance. I believe in conceptual learning and not just theoretical.

Economics Class 12 - NCERT, ICSE, State Board
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Lesson Posted on 28 Aug CBSE/Class 11/Commerce Schools/CBSE Schools Schools/ICSE Schools

Features of Private Sector Organisations - NCERT Business Studies

Rajiv Vadera

I am MBA Finance. I believe in conceptual learning and not just theoretical.

CBSE ICSE/ISC - Commercial Studies State Board - OC/OCM IGCSE/GCSE
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What are the fees for home tuitions of all subjects for Class VII? 

Ashmita Baidya

Rs.2000 per month
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Which are good 11th arts colleges/schools in Pune?

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Which is the Best preschool and dyacare center near hebbal?

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Lesson Posted on 25 Jul CBSE/Class 10/Science CBSE/Class 9 Schools/ICSE Schools

Motion Class - 9th CBSE

Tanmay Roy

I am a Mathematics and Science tutor presently residing in Mumbai. I have mentored hundreds of students...

Movement of any object from one position to another with respect to an observer is known as Motion. Position – Motion of any object is defined by its position with respect to the observer. Position is the location of the object. Reference Point – It is the point from which the location... read more

Movement of any object from one position to another with respect to an observer is known as Motion.

Position – Motion of any object is defined by its position with respect to the observer. Position is the location of the object.

Reference Point – It is the point from which the location of the object is measured.

Any object can be located only with the help of reference point and its direction.

Example: Suppose a person changes its position with respect to tree.

 

 

Motion in straight line

When an object moves in straight line with respect to the observer then the motion is called straight line motion.

Ex – Motion of a lift.

Vectors and Scalar

Scalar is a quantity with which direction is not associated.

Ex – Temperature, mass etc

Vector is a quantity which has both magnitude and direction.

Ex – Force, velocity etc

 

 

Distance and Displacement

Distance is the actual path travelled by the object from its initial position to final position. It is a scalar quantity.

Displacement is the shortest straight line path between initial and the final position.

  • If the initial and final position are same then the displacement will be zero.
  • Distance depends on path but not displacement.
  • Distance is always greater than or equal to displacement. They are only equal in straight line motion without taking U-turn.

 

 

Uniform and Non-uniform Motion

Uniform motion is a motion in which equal distance is covered in equal interval of time.

Non-Uniform motion is a motion in which unequal distance in equal interval of time.

Speed and Velocity

Speed is the distance travelled by an object in unit time.

Speed = distance/time

 

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