Narolac Paints

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ..................................................................... 3
CHAPTER-1 INTRODUCTION ................................................................ 4 1.1 Types Of NBFC‘s ...................................................................................... 5 1.2 Regulations of NBFC‘s ............................................................................... 6 1.3 Guidelines for new deposits ........................................................................ 8 1.4 Responsibilities .......................................................................................... 11 1.5 Current Scenario ....................................................................................... 12
CHAPTER-2
Literature review ....................................................................................... 14 2.1 Importance Of NBFC‘s .............................................................................. 15 2.2 Role of NBFC‘s ... ................................................................................. 16 2.3 On Global Crisis .................... .............................................................. 17 CHAPTER-3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY ............................................................. 18 3.1 RESEARCH DESIGN ............................................................................. 19 3.2 Objective .................................................................................................. 19 3.3 SCOPE OF THE STUDY......................................................................... 19 3.4 data collection…...

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