NRI deposits in Kerala banks continue to grow
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NRI deposits in Kerala banks continue to grow

Thursday, 27 August 2009, 10:17 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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Thiruvananthapuram: Deposits by non-resident Indians (NRIs) in Kerala banks grew marginally from 37,019 crore in March 2009 to 37,983 crore as on June 30.

These figures were released at a State Level Bankers Committee (SLBC) meeting held here Thursday.

The State Bank group bagged the highest share -- 42.88 percent -- of the total NRI deposits with 16,058 crore.

Private sector banks, which received 10,703 crore or 28.18 percent share, came second, while other nationalised banks accounted for 27.8 percent share with 10,559 crore.

It was in March 2007 that the NRI deposits peaked to touch 33,330 crore but they had a fall the next year when they touched 29,889 crore.

Of the total NRI deposits, 25,857 crore came to the semi-urban areas of the state.

There are more than two million Keralites settled outside the country of which close to 90 percent are in the Middle East countries.
Source: IANS
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1: Keralites are well educated and worthfull person. The Percentage of litracy is around 90%, The minuimum qualification of Keralities is at least HSC grade. Women as well as men both have good courage to do job after complition their study. They never wants to sit inside the Four wall. Thats the fact, the Kerala is really a well resourse of man power.
Posted by:VINOD - 27 Aug, 2009