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Banking System, Frauds and Legal Control

R.P. Nainta (Author)
Synopsis India’s Banking system has several outstanding achievements to its credit, the most striking of which is its reach. An extensive banking network has been established; and India’s banking system is not longer confined to metropolitan cities and towns. In fact, Indian banks are now spread out into the remote corners of our country. A sound banking system should possess three basic characteristics to protect depositors interest and public faith. These are, (i) a fraud-free culture, (ii) a-tested Best Practice code, (iii) an in-house immediate grievance remedial system. All these conditions are either missing or extremely weak in India. The bank therefore, has to ensure, at all times, that the money of the depositors is not drawn fraudulently. Time has come when the security aspects of the bank have to be dealt with on priority basis. Safety and security are primarily an attitude, an awareness, and a state of mind that recognizes risk and danger and does something to reduce that risk and danger. The present book throws lights on the evolution of the banking system, Reserve Bank of India, nature of crime in the banks, legal provisions in this regard, the methods of Safety and Security measures etc. The book is definitely an improvement over existing literature available on the subject. It is expected that the book would prove useful to all those who are interested in the study of banking system, frauds and legal control.
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About the author

R.P. Nainta

Dr. R.P. Nainta passed his B.A. (Hon’s) examination from Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla in 1985. He obtained his L.L.B. degree from the same University in 1988. Dr. Nainta obtained his L.L.M. degree in 1990 and thereafter pursued doctoral research in Law. He was awarded Ph.D. degree in law by the University in the year 1993. Besides, Dr. Nainta did Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication and Post Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management and Labour Welfare. Dr. Nainta is working as Lecturer-in-Law in the Agriculture Cooperative Staff Training Institute of the H.P. State Cooperative Bank Ltd., Shimla and presently he is teaching Cooperative Law and other Laws to the trainee officers of the Cooperative Institutions of the country. Dr. Nainta is also visiting faculty to Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla and various other institutions of the country. In 1995, Dr. Nainta also worked as Lecturer (Law) in the Institute of Cooperative Management (Govt. of India) at Jaipur. Dr. Nainta has three dozen of research publications to his credit besides five books titled, “Governor Under the India Constitution” (1992), “Bonded Labour in India: A Socio-Legal Study” (1997), “The Law of Cooperative Societies in India” (1999), “Principles of Banking Law and Negotiable Instrument Act”, (2002) and “Laws Relating to Cooperative Societies: A Commentary” (2004).

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Bibliographic information

Title Banking System, Frauds and Legal Control
Author R.P. Nainta
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8176296244
length xvi+292p., Appendix; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.