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Recapitalisation of Public sector banks - 2.11 Lakh Crore Lifeline, Will it save banks? Basel III

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Aneek Roy Choudhury (15 days ago)
Simple analysis, but you forgot to mention the most important player of the game, RBI!
Dinesh Bansal (3 months ago)
Very well explained.
S K Gupta (4 months ago)
AFTER SOME DAYS THERE SHALL BE NEED FOR RECAPITALISATION OF INDIA.
Poetry pH62 (7 months ago)
Simply flawless...all doubts cleared...thank u so much sir...looking forward to more videos from you...God Bless.
roopam garg (8 months ago)
Nice explanation..:)
Ajitesh Dani (10 months ago)
Is INDRADHANUSH PLAN a part of this?
sanapala mani (10 months ago)
For education loans is there any credit guarantee by Govt?
sanapala mani (10 months ago)
Excellent information.... Thank you
praveenreddy gottimukkula (10 months ago)
where will the banks statutory liquid ratio kept,either with the rbi or within bank itself!please reply
competitive series (10 months ago)
I got clear idea
sarvankumar pakala (10 months ago)
U - a good teacher brother ,thank you .
Zzz (11 months ago)
Is it legal binding on banks to adopt basel 3 norms till 31march 2019
Mridul Dawar (11 months ago)
Your work is simply remarkable. I can't possibly thank you enough.
Ulfat Ali (11 months ago)
best explanation of recapitalisation of banks..thankyou so much sir..
ankit kumar (11 months ago)
Sir Why this 18000 budgetary support to banks does not result in increases share of government in bank... Does this 18000 crore budgetary support is in form of donation without creating any liability on bank....???
Amol Patil (11 months ago)
Hindi me banao
king jesh (11 months ago)
Sir excellent loved your teaching
aiswarya shaji (1 year ago)
Excellent teaching..... Please do video on insolvency and bankruptcy code
Shashi Chandra (1 year ago)
wow, such a nice exposure have ever seen, I studied this topics 3 or 4 times but not up to mark understandable as I am now after watching your nice explanation videos...wow..thanks much and looking forward for more videos on current topics as per upsc syllabus...Thank you so much..
Pratiksha Sharma (1 year ago)
@19:37, in this scenario, the bank lends Rps.155 more to corporate sectors. If in worst case, the entire loan turns out be NPA, then from where the bank would pay back Rps.155 to its investors/account holders?
Radhika Verma (1 year ago)
It was awesone👌
BeAsT rIdEr SwApNiL (1 year ago)
excellent and comprehensive explanation of every aspect of recapitalization with the help of simpler example. Looking forward to more such good explanations and videos would there be in offing. thank you very much sir.
Bhat Yasmeen (1 year ago)
Thank you very much for this info ur great well done
Jashwanth Tej (1 year ago)
Best audio quality is the value addition for good knowledge which is lacking.... Improve the audio quality....
rishabbhatia (1 year ago)
Is this 2.11lak cr as capital infusion different from 70,000 cr given by government in four installment 2015-2019 Does it mean we will maintain more than Capital adequacy required ?? Required amount is 1.8 lakh crore(<2.81lakh cr )
siddhesh matkar (1 year ago)
Nic explanation
Trinayana Kaushik (1 year ago)
Thank you so much. You explained each and every details of such a complex topic. It's crystal clear now. I am so glad I watched the video. All the articles I read in the newspaper is making sense now. Thank you very very much.
anusha anusha (1 year ago)
Thanks sir
rishabbhatia (1 year ago)
Thanks for sharing knowledge I have 2 question 1) How can banks hide NPA loan account ? As there is clear condition of 90 days on schedule payments 2) There is loan collateral against which we get loan .Why cant government use that for credit infussion Looking forwards towards tour reply Thanks
Tanuj Upreti (10 months ago)
1)banks can hide NPA through window dressing... by manipulating the dates and scheme codes.... 2)to convert collaterals into liquid money requires time and legal proceedings and also recovery process is complex...
ashish ekka (1 year ago)
awesome explanation with example
Amin Rabbani (1 year ago)
Thanks sir
Manvendra Singh (1 year ago)
What an excellent explaination of such a complex topic ! So simple and easy to understand. Many thanks sir.
suraj tiwari (1 year ago)
Why they are afraid of CBI, CVC when taking taking bold decision? Is this because management is also a accomplice (corrupt managers and practice of giving out loans without proper verification) in making the asset (public money) a NPA.
ananta mondal (1 year ago)
Thank you sir
pradeep kumar Yadav (1 year ago)
sir pls make a video on Insolvency and Bankruptcy code 2016
PRADEEP KUMAR (1 year ago)
Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala Sir is case Ko full detail m Samjha diniye
shashank srivastava (1 year ago)
Thank you sir
sriram saikrishna (1 year ago)
Make a video on special purpose vechile
sriram saikrishna (1 year ago)
Super
sarika (1 year ago)
thank you sir...
Yogesh Natkar (1 year ago)
Very well said sir..... Keep it up
POOJAgood yes YADAV (1 year ago)
Sir kya acio ib ka exam cancelled ho gya h.
satya LSD (1 year ago)
thank u sir fr making in english and it is clear nd precise
Rajat Mishra (1 year ago)
Pllzzz send link sir.. I can't see
iap 17 (1 year ago)
Thanks sir,plz try to sum up in less than 20 minutes
sumit jaiswal (1 year ago)
You made it so clear for me...##thank u
DAKSH KHURANA (1 year ago)
sir what happend if Bank would not hold capital base ?? N why bank do not recognize their NPA ?
Sandeep Tripathi (1 year ago)
Sir the Hindu ka editorial nhi aaya aj . please upload
Samar Khan (1 year ago)
thnks to study iq
Abhi Agnivanshi (1 year ago)
sir plz rajasthan ki history pe bhi videos banaiye ,,, rajasthan history is very long and difficult so u can make 3or 4 videos on mevad' maarvaad or jaipur or other states
Abhi Agnivanshi (1 year ago)
sir tnq u so mch for making educational videos
Sailendra kumar Sahoo (1 year ago)
Sir, why the capital base came down to 5 rupees after the NPA amounted to 5 rupees ? I mean whatever the situation is , banks should maintain 10% capital base in BASEL3 norms. So shouldn’t it be 9.5 rupees ?
suraj tiwari (1 year ago)
If you have got no money then how?
Trinayana Kaushik (1 year ago)
That's because banks have a responsibility to pay the people who has kept money in banks. If corporates do not return the money then banks have to pay it from the capital amount.
Niranjan Selvam (1 year ago)
Excellent thanks for teaching in english ☺️☺️☺️☺️
Rajat Mishra (1 year ago)
Sir pllzz make this in hindi
Nichols Tesla (1 year ago)
Nicely explained
Study Favor (1 year ago)
Good afternoon sir

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