Public sector banks are been always priority for the public to get credits. These banks have straight policy and good deposits so always public sector banks are on tops for credits. Compare to other countries where other private sector banks have good number of credits, In India public sector banks have good number of credits. We have accumulated two comparative years data for credits of public sector banks and we prepared 2 data charts for year 1969 and 2012 respectively.
We have prepared these 2 data chart which shows the comparison of 35 states/union territory of India regards with different public sector banks branches. Public Sector Banks include are State Bank of India and its associates, Nationalised Banks and IDBI Bank Limited. The Gross Bank Credit represents bank credit (excluding inter bank advances) as per form 'A' return under Sec. 42(2) of RBI Act, 1934 together with outstanding amount of bills re-discounted with RBI / financial Institutions. Figures are in crore.
|Year 1969 (click to enlarge)|
Above data chart represent that many states have very less credit for year 1969 and Maharahstra, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu were among the tops.
|Year 2012 (click to enlarge)|
As looking year 2012 data, Maharashtra is again on top with Delhi on second and Andhra Pradesh on third which shows that last two have good credit policies for different operations.
|Number||State \ Union Territory||June_1969||March_2012|
|1||Andaman & Nicobar||Nil||768|
|8||Dadra & Nagar Haveli||Nil||364|
|9||Daman & Diu||Nil||344|
|15||Jammu & Kashmir||1||3746|