CERTAIN CONCEPTS--commercial banking
A. Commercial Banks refer to both scheduled and non-scheduled commercial banks which are regulated under Banking Regulation Act, 1949.
(a) Scheduled Commercial Banks are grouped under following categories:
1. State Bank of India and its Associates
(b) Non-Scheduled Commercial Banks
Note: Banks in the groups (1) & (2) above are known as public sector banks whereas, other scheduled commercial banks mentioned at group (5) above are known as private sector banks.
B. Bank Offices comprise of branches doing banking business (i.e. accepting deposit and/or offering credit to their customers) and administrative offices.
C. Branches of banks refer to those offices which are engaged in either;
1. banking business ( i.e., either accepting deposit and/or offering credit to their customer); or
D. Administrative Offices include head office, zonal office, regional office, local head office, training centre, clearing cell, service branch, asset recovery branch, divisional office, etc..
E. Banked Centre is a centre, which has at least one branch or office of commercial or co-operative bank.
F. Unbanked Centre is a centre in which no branch of any commercial/ co-operative bank is functioning.
G. Population group of banked centres are defined as below:
H. Type of Business activity wise Designatory Code of
Branches/Offices of banks
I. Authorised Dealer(AD) Branches:
Branches of banks authorised to deal in foreign exchange business. Authorised Dealer Category (AD-Category):
J. District-wise list
District-wise list of branches/offices are based on latest available information on districts, inclusive of details available on formation/re-organisation of districts.
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