Call for Papers: SRCC’s Conference on Banking Sector Reforms [April 6-7, Delhi]; Submit by March 17

Shri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi, is an institution of repute in the area of commerce and economics education not only in India but Asia as well.

The College is going to organize this year’s conference on the topic mentioned above in continuation of its tradition of organizing national and international conferences for the exchange of ideas for research scholars and academician.

The proposed conference invites research papers from academicians, research scholars and policymakers on the following themes which provide broad indicative but not exclusive:

(a) changing contours of banking in India

(b) banking efficiency and productivity

(c) risk management strategies of banks and the role of regulators

(d) role of banks in financial inclusion and rural development

(e) issues of NPAs in Indian banking system

(f) issue of central banking in India and its role and

(g) financial innovations and its implications for Indian banking.

Date : April 6-7, 2015

Deadlines: Completed papers should be sent electronically at by 17th March, 2015.

Decision on the acceptance/rejection would be made by March 25, 2015 following a blind review process.

Travel Grant: Paper presenters (one per paper) will be paid only AC-III Tier railway fare as per the UGC rules for presenting paper in the conference.

Accommodation: Outstation paper presenters would be provided accommodation free of cost on twin sharing basis at Delhi University Guest House.

For any further query, an email can be sent at or contact telephonically at +91 9818639056 (Dr. Abhay Jain, Convener, College Seminar Committee).

You may also refer to the college website for further details about the conference.

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