Npa Management

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CONTENTS

|Chapter no. | Title |Page no. |
| |Executive Summary |2 |
|1 |General Introduction | |
| |Introduction to the Topic |4 |
| |Company Profile |6 |
| |Non performing assets |10 |
|2 | Research Methodology |32 |
|3 | Data Analysis & Interpretation |38 |
|4 | Findings, Suggestions & Conclusions |64 |
|5 | Annexure: | |
| |a) Bibliography |68 |
| |b) Questionnaire |70 |

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

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