Vol 9 , Issue 1 , January - June 2020 | Pages: 31-36 | Research Paper
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A sound and effective banking system are essential for any country’s economic growth. Through the various medium, the bank helps the citizen of the country to deposit their savings, make an investment, avail loans and facilitate in trading both outsides and within the country. Indian Banking has undergone various changes over the years, and, has timely evolved with their products and services. In the 1980’s a need was felt to improve customer service, MIS reporting, and bookkeeping. To overcome the problem, in 1988, RBI had set up a committee under Dr. C. Rangarajan. The objective of the committee was to implement computerization in Indian Banking System. Since then, the journey of transforming the Indian banks from computerized banking to digital banking has been successful, but, has seen many ups and downs. Though they have been successful to some extent, there are still major issues and challenges in from of Indian Banks to completely turn India into digital banking.
Digital Banking, E-Banking, Rural Banking, Issues and Challenges in Banking, Technology in Banking.