A ‘CAMEL’ is basically a ratio based model for evaluating the performance of banks. It is a management tool that measures capital adequacy, asset quality and efficiency of management, quality of earnings and liquidity position of Banks. In the present study, the financial performance of the public sector banks is measured and compared to ascertain which bank work efficiently. All the banks were first individually ranked based on the sub-parameters of each parameter. The sum of these ranks is then taken to arrive at the group average of individual banks for each parameter. Final the composite rankings for the banks were arrived at after computing the average of these group averages. Banks were ranked in the ascending / descending order based on the individual sub-parameter. Economic development of any country is mainly influenced by the growth of the banking industry in that country. The overall performance table in the study clearly shows that the Bank of Baroda is ranked at top position, followed by Indian Bank, Andhra Bank, Punjab National Bank, Syndicate Bank, Bank of India.
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Shailaja P. Yadav. Performance evaluation of public sector banks with reference to ‘CAMEL model’ for the period of 2006 – 2013. Asian J. Management 5(4): Oct.- Dec., 2014 page 374-379.
Shailaja P. Yadav. Performance evaluation of public sector banks with reference to ‘CAMEL model’ for the period of 2006 – 2013. Asian J. Management 5(4): Oct.- Dec., 2014 page 374-379. Available on: https://ajmjournal.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2014-5-4-2