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					                    KANNUR                      UNIVERSITY
                  SCHOOL OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
                 DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED ECONOMICS
                       Decennial Celebration -2011
                          International Conference on
                    Innovation and Inclusion in Banking:
                        Issues, Strategies and Options
                  (Sponsored by NABARD, ICSSR & U G C)

                               On 3rd and 4th February 2011
                             OUTLINE OF PROGRAMMES

  03-02-2011
  Registration: 8.00AM to 9.15AM

                                    DAY-I (03-02-2011)
TIME               VENUE-I           VENUE -II        VENUE-III  VENUE-IV
9.30AM-11.30AM                                 INAUGURAL SESSION
11-30 AM11.45AM                                   Tea Break
11-45AM-1.00PM     Plenary Session-I
                   Financial Inclusion and Micro credit
1.00PM-2.00PM                                       Lunch Break
2.00PM-3.00PM      Plenary Session-II
                   Financial Inclusion and Human Development
3.00PM-3.15PM                                         Tea Break
3.15 PM-4.30PM                                     Parallel Session
4.30PM-6.30PM                                      Parallel Session
7.00PM-8.30PM                                    CULTURAL PROGRAMME
8.30 PM                                                   Special Dinner
                                                 DAY-II (04-02-2011)
9.30AM-11.00AM     Plenary Session III
                   Financial Inclusion Through Banking; Scope and Dimensions
11.00AM-11.15AM                                       Tea Break
11-15-AM-1.00PM                                    Parallel Session
1.00PM-2.00PM                                       Lunch Break
2.00PM-3.30PM                                      Parallel Session
3.30PM-3.45PM                                         Tea Break
3.45 PM                                         VALEDICTORY ADDRESS



                                            1
                       INAGURAL SESSION 3rd FEBRUARY 2011
                                   (9.30AM to 11.30AM)

9.30 AM                                          Prayer
Welcome Address                                  Gangadharan.K
                                                 (Conference Director and Head, Department of
                                                 Applied Economics, Kannur University)
Presidential Address                             Michael Tharakan.
                                                 (Vice Chancellor, Kannur University)
Inaugural Address                                Sri. Mullappally Ramachandran
                                                 (Hon’ble Minister of State for Home Affairs,
                                                 Government of India)
Release of the Abstract Volume and Special       Sri.Shashidhar. K.C
Address                                          (Chief General Manager, NABARD, Kerala
                                                 and Lakshadweep Region, Trivandrum)
                                                 Babu Anto
                                                 (Syndicate Member, Kannur University)
                                                 Jayachandran. C
                                                 (Vice President, North Malabar Chamber of
Felicitation                                     Commerce)
                                                 Satheesh Kumar
                                                 Chairman, Departmental Students Union,
                                                 Kannur University Campus, Palayad
Key Note Address                                      Harsha Aturupane.
                                                 (Lead Economist, Human Development Unit
                                                 World Bank, Colombo)

Vote of Thanks                                    Abdur Rasheed. K.M.
                                                 (Registrar, Kannur University)

                                      National Anthem




                                             2
                                        PLENARY SESSION- I
SUBTHEME: FINANCIAL INCLUSION AND MICRO CREDIT
Chairman: Annamali.S
           Professor, School of Banking Management,
           Alagappa University, Karaikudi.
Date:03-02-2011                                               Time: 11.45AM to 1.00PM
Venue: I
 No     Time                         Title                   Author(s)&Affiliation
 1    11.45AM New Dimensions of Micro Finance Under      George K.M*
          To     NGOs To Ensure Sustainable Development Mrs. Isabella George**
      12.25PM Through Corporate Social Responsibility    * Former– UN Advisor
                 Under Millennium Development Goals of   **CEO, AGES
                 the UN.
 2    12.25PM Micro credit and Capability Enhancement:   Shankaran Nambiar.
          To     An Institutional Perspective.           Senior Research Fellow &
       1.00PM                                            Head, Policy Studies Division,
                                                         Malaysian Institute of Economic
                                                         Research,
                                                         Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia




                                     PLENARY SESSION-II

SUBTHEME: FINANCIAL INCLUSION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT.
Chairman: George.K.M
            Former– UN Advisor.
Date:03-02-2011                                                 Time: 2.00PM to 3.00PM
Venue: I
No    Time                         Title                   Author(s)&Affiliation
 1   2.00PM Challenges of Financing Higher Education Alimullah Miyan
         To     from Inclusion Perspectives.
                                                     Vice Chancellor, International
     2.30PM                                          University of Business Agriculture
                                                           and Technology, Bangladesh
 2   2.30PM    Furthering Financial Inclusion through      Annamali.S
        To     Financial Literacy and Credit Counseling.
                                                           Professor, School of Banking
     3.00PM
                                                           Management, Alagappa University,
                                                           Karaikudi.




                                            3
                                      PARALLEL SESSION- I

SUBTHEME: FINANCIAL INCLUSION AND MICRO CREDIT
 Chairman: Harikumar. S                                                  Rapporteur: Karunakaran.N
            Department of Applied Economics,
           Cochin University of Science and Technology.
Date:03-02-2011                                                             Time: 3.15PM to 4.45PM
              Venue: I
No                       Title                                  Author(s)&Affiliation
 1 Micro Finance: Way for Financial Inclusion. Harikumar. S
                                                 Professor, Department of Applied Economics,
                                                 Cochin University of Science and Technology.
 2 Quality Assurance of Innovation               Babu Appat.
     Management in Micro Financing.              Faculty, University of Calicut.
 3 Financial Inclusion in India: A Comparative Baligatti. Y. G., *Shridevi Patted**
     Study of PSBs, RRBs, Foreign Banks, and     * Associate Professor K.R.C.E.S’s Degree College,
     Private Banks.                              Bailhongal.
                                                 **Assistant Professor Govt. First Grade College,
                                                 Tyamagondlu, Bengaluru Rural District.
 4 Micro Finance-Role of Self Help Group For Baby. K
     Poverty Alleviation.                        Assistant Professor in Economics, Govt.College,
                                                 Chittur, Palakkad
 5 An Evaluation of Innovative Endeavors of      Biju john. M*, Mary Joseph.T**
     Commercial Banks Towards Financial          * Asso.Professor in Commerce,       St.Thomas’
     Inclusion.                                  College, Thrissur
                                                 **Former Director and professor.
                                                 School of Management studies
                                                 Cochin University of Science& Technology
 6   Micro Finance for Poor Women: AStudy        Hemalatha. . A.V
     of Self Help Groups in Kerala.                Associate Professor in Commerce, P R
                                                   N.S.S.College, Mattanur
 7   Financial Inclusion – A Tool for Upliftment   *Johnson. B., **Vijayachandran Pillai.B
     of the Socially Backward Class.               Reader, Department of Commerce & Management
                                                   Studies, University of Calicut
                                                   Reader, Department of Commerce & Management
                                                   Studies, University of Calicut




                                              4
                                      PARALLEL SESSION- II

SUBTHEME: FINANCIAL INCLUSION: ISSUES AND DIAMENSIONS
  Chairman: Arabi. U                                      Rapporteur: Shaharban. V
            Associate Professor,
            Department of Economics, Mangalore University

Date:03-02-2011                                                           Time: 3.15PM to 4.45PM
Venue: II
No                      Title                                   Author(s)&Affiliation
 1 Financial Inclusion in India: Emerging          Vipin Chandran. K.P
    Trends and Challenges of Banking.              Assistant Professor, P.G. Department of
                                                   Economics, Zamorin’s Guruvayurappan College,
                                                   Calicut.
 2    Financial Inclusion vis-à-vis Economic       *Manju S.Nair, ** V.Nagarajan Naidu
     Efficiency of Commercial Banks in India       * Reader, Department of Economics, University
                                                   of Kerala.
                                                   **Associate      Professor,     Department    of
                                                   Economics, University College, Trivandrum
 3    A Case Study of Financial Inclusion - with   *Aathira.K. **R.Shanthi
      Special Reference to Kanthalore Village      * Research Scholar, Department of Commerce,
      PSBS.                                        University of Madras.
                                                   **Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce,
                                                   University of Madras.
 4    RRBs and Financial Inclusion.                Sukumaran. P.V, North Malabar Gramin Bank,
                                                   Kannur.
 5    Importance of Financial Inclusion and The    Reveendran.V, State Bank of Travancore
      Barriers to The Access of Financial          Peyode branch, Tamilnadu.
      Services in India.
 6    Regional Rural Banks and Financial           Preethi.K.N, Assistant Professor, Department of
      Inclusion.                                   Economics, S.V.R.N.S.S.College, Vazhoor.
 7    Financial Inclusion: An Indian Scenario.     Pandey. N.S
                                                   Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce
                                                   M.G Govt. College,Mahe
 8    Financial Liberalization, Development and    *Niranjan.R, ** Manjappa.D.Hosamane
      Corporate Sector in India.                   *Research Scholar, Department Of Economics
                                                   and Co-operation, University of Mysore
                                                   ** Vice-Chancellor, Vijayanagara Sri
                                                   Krishnadevaraya University, Bellary, Karnataka




                                               5
                                     PARALLEL SESSION- III

SUBTHEME: FINANCIAL INCLUSION, MICRO FINANCE AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH
   Chairman: Saleena. N.J                                       Rapporteur: Divya Karikkan
             Associate professor,Department of Economics,
             Nirmalagiri College, Kuthuparamba
Date:03-02-2011                                                          Time: 3.15PM to 4.45PM
Venue: III
No                        Title                                 Author(s)&Affiliation
 1 Financial Inclusion: A Strategic Approach       *Devika .L, ** Sasikumar.K,
      Towards Inclusive Growth.                    *Research Scholar, Department of Commerce,
                                                   University of Kerala
                                                   **Department of Commerce, University of
                                                   Kerala
 2    Ensuring Financial Inclusion of the Rural    Naveen Kolluju. Research Scholar, Jawaharlal
      Excluded through Micro-Credit Lending:       Nehru University, New Delhi.
     Need for a Balanced Approach.
 3 Progress of SHG-Bank Linkages in India: An Sandhya. P, Research Scholar, P.G. Department
     Assessment of Key Issues.                     of Economics, Government Brennen College,
                                                   Thalassery, Kannur University
 4 Questions on Financial Inclusion:               *sajan. K., ** M A Joseph
                                                   Research Scholar, Dravidian University,
     Credit Requirements and Credit Sources of
     Low Income Groups – Need for New Credit Kuppam, Andhra Pradesh
     Facility Models and Products.           **Reader, Department of Commerce and
                                             Management Studies, University of Calicut
 5   Role of Micro Finance Institutions In *Sarumathi S., **Mohan.K
     Women’s Empowerment An Empirical Study * Research Scholar, Dept. of International
     in Pondicherry Region Rural Areas.      Business, Pondicherry University.
                                             ** Prof and Head, Dept. of International
                                             Business, Pondicherry University
 6   Micro Insurance- a key to Financial     **Shahanas Beegam. P.P., **A.K Sarada
     inclusion An Evidence from Malappuraram * Research Scholar, DCMS, Calicut University.
                                             ** Professor, DCMS, Calicut University.
     District.
 7   Financial Inclusion: A Study of              Sreejith. A
     Economically and Socially Backward           Research scholar, Department of Economics
                                                  Karyavattom Campus, University of Kerala
     Classes in Kerala.
 8   A Study on Impact of Micro Finance and        *Srividya M, **M.Jagadeeshwaran
     Urban Poor In India.                         * Research scholar, Bharathiar University,
                                                  Coimbatore
                                                  ** Assistant Professor, Bharathiar University,
                                                  Coimbatore




                                              6
                                    PARALLEL SESSION- IV

SUBTHEME: MICRO CREDIT, SHGs AND MOBILISATION OF RURAL SAVINGS.
  Chairman: Raveendran. P.T                                    Rapporteur: Shihabudheen. M.T
            Professor, Department of Management Studies,
            Kannur University
Date:03-02-2011                                                        Time: 3.15PM to 4.45PM
Venue: IV
No                      Title                                Author(s)&Affiliation
 1 Micro Finance And Entrepreneurship -         Raveendran. P.T
     A Tool For Empowerment Of Poor.            Professor, Department of Management Studies,
                                                Kannur University
 2 Savings mobilization in rural areas –role of *Vineeth Chandra K.S., **Rajesh T
     KSFE.                                      *Research scholar, University of Kerala,
                                                Thiruvanathapuram
                                                **Assistant Professor, Department of commerce,
                                                Mannaniya College of Arts and Science,
                                                Pangode

 3   Poverty Eradication and Micro credit: A       Mallika.M.G, Assistant Professor Economics,
     Study on Selected Kudumbasree units in        The Zamorins’ Guruvayoorappan College,
     Kannur and Kozhikode Districts in Kerala.     Kozhikode
 4   Growth of Micro Credit And Self Help          Vineeshkumar K V,
     Group In India:An Evaluation.                 Project fellow UGC MRP, Department of
                                                   Applied Economics, Kannur University
 5   Rural Women Livelihood Through                Senthil Kumar.A.P,
     Credit Systems Among Self Help Groups.        Asst Professor, Department of Social Work,
                                                   CMS College of Science and Commerce,
                                                   Coimbatore
 6   Approaches To Micro Finance In India.         *Gobi S., ** Muniyandi
                                                   * Research Scholar, Department of Economics,
                                                   Bharathiar University,Coimbatore
                                                   **Professor, Department of Economics,
                                                   Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
 7   Role of SHGs in Achieving Financial Inclusion Rakhi Chandrasekhar
                                                   Research scholar
 8   Gender Issues as Barriers to Environmental    *Ranjana Mary Varghese**D.Mavoothu
     Empowerment of Kudumbashree Members           * Research Scholar, School of Management
                                                   Studies, CUSAT
                                                   ** Associate Professor, School of Management
                                                   Studies, CUSAT




                                            7
                                      PARALLEL SESSION- V
    SUBTHEME: CO-OPERATIVE BANKS AND NEW DIAMENSIONS OF FINANCIAL
                                           INCLUSION.
   Chairman: Asokan .T                                             Rapporteur: Rajula Helan. K.P
             Professor& Head, DMS, Kannur University.
Date:03-02-2011                                                       Time: 4.45PM to 6.15PM
Venue: I
No                       Title                                Author(s)&Affiliation
 1                                                * Mohammed Razik Parakandi, Assistant
     Human Capital Preparedness for Banking
     Sector Productivity: Empirical Evidence      Professor, DMS, Kannur University.
                                                  ** T. Asokan, Professor& Head, DMS, Kannur
     from Public Sector and Private Sector Banks.
                                                  University.
 2   An Overview of Credit Risk and NPA of        Anupam Mitra, AICWA
     Urban Cooperative Banks In India             Assistant Professor,Dept of Commerce, RPM
                                                  College, University of Calcutta, India
 3   Role of Rural Co-Operative Credit Society    *Mohan Kumar H.M., **Sanjeev Kumar
     In Indian Agriculture With Special Reference Research Scholars, Department of Economics
     To Hassan Taluk                              Universtiy Of Mysore

 4   Technology innovations in urban co-           * Yatnalli.C.S** Basavaraj H. Huggi
     operative banking sector - A case study of    * Associate Professor in Commerce M A S C
     Haveri District. (Karnataka)                  College, Haunsbhavi, Karnataka
                                                   **Asst Prof in Commerce & Management, Govt.
                                                   First Grade College, Ranebennur, Karnataka
 5   An Imperative Need For Revitalizing           *Shekera, ** Shripathi. K.P,
     Cooperative Credits For Financial Inclusion   * Research Scholar, Department of Economics,
                                                   Mangalore University
                                                   ** Associate Professor, Department of
                                                   Economics, Mangalore University
 6   X-Efficiency in District Co-operative Banks   Feroze P.S
     in Kerala.                                    Department. of Commerce, Sree Narayana
                                                   College, Nattika, Thrissur
 7   Microfinance And Fishing Community            *Suresh.M, ** Mohan.K
     SHG’s in Andaman Islands (with Special        * Research Scholar, Dept. of Management Studies,
     Reference to Andaman&Nicobar Island.          Pondicherry University
     State co-operative bank, port blair).         ** Professor and Head, Department. of
                                                   International Business, Pondicherry University
 8   Financial Inclusion – Role Of Co-              Gopinathan. P., Associate Professor in
     Operatives.                                   Commerce, Sreekrishna College, Guruvayoor
 9   Co-operative Sector and Banking Finance in    *Lakshmi Sunitha Kakulla.,** Asi Vasudeva
     India.                                        Reddy
                                                   * Assistant Professor – KL University
                                                   ** Assistant Professor – KL University
10   Cooperative Sector And Rural                  Venugopalan.K.V
     Development In India.                         Associate Professor, P.G. Department of
                                                   Commerce & Research Centre, St. Peter’s
                                                   College, Kolenchery



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11   Financial inclusion – Role Of Cooperative     Zakir Hussain. A.K, Faculty Member, Institute of
     Banks.                                        Cooperative Management, Kannur.

                                 PARALLEL SESSION- VI
SUBTHEME: BANKS: TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION &EFFICIENCY.
  Chairman: Michael Raj. M                                              Rapporteur: Shaharban. V
            Associate Professor, Department of Economics,
             St.Stephen’s College, Pathanapuram
Date:03-02-2011                                                        Time: 4.45PM to 6.15PM
Venue: II
No Title                                          Author(s)&Affiliation
1    On Financial Innovation And The Changing     Ashok K. Dubey
     Nature Of Banks.                             Professor, Dept. of M.B.A, PES Institute of
                                                  Technology, Bangalore
2    E-banking – beneficiaries’ perception on     *Nadia Sha.** Simon Thattil. G.
     innovations.                                  *UGC- Research scholar, Department of
                                                  Commerce, University of Kerala
                                                  ** Associate Professor, Department of
                                                  Commerce. University of Kerala
3    Banking Reforms And Changing Face Of         * Rashmi Soni, ** Ashok K. Dubey
     Indian Banking.                              * Professor, Dept. of M.B.A, PES Institute of
                                                  Technology, Bangalore
                                                  ** Professor, Dept. of M.B.A, PES Institute of
                                                  Technology, Bangalore
4    Technology innovations In Banking – Do       Dhanya.K.A, Lecturer in Commerce, Amal
     They Reach Out The Common Man?               college of Advanced Studies, Nilambur

5    Frauds And Security Threats Associated        * Thulaseedharan.G, **A.S Dileep, Associate
     With The Use Of ATM-A Case Study In           Professor, Department of commerce,
     Thiruvanathapuram District.                   M.M.N.S.S. College, Kottiyam
                                                   Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce,
                                                   N.S.S College, Pandalam
6    Innovations In Banking: Indian Model- A       Radhakrishna Bhat M, Associate Professor
     Critical Insight.                             Department of Economics, Pompei College,
                                                   Aikala, Mangalore
7    Innovations in Modern Banking: A              *V. A. James, ** Bindu Anto Ollukkaran
     Review on Issues faced by Indian.             * VF in IIPM ** Faculty Member, IIPS Thrissur
8                        Innovations in Modern     * Venkateswara Kumar. K.S., ** Rama Devi.V
     Banking and Innovative Financial              * Assistant Professor K L University Business
     Inclusion – Issues and Challenges.            School (KLUBS)
                                                   ** Professor K L University Business School
                                                   (KLUBS)

9    Innovations in Modern Banking –               Visalakshi. C.A, Assistant Professor,
     A Tool For Inclusive Growth.                  Department. of Commerce, Govt.College,
                                                   Chittur.
10   Implementation of E-Banking in Indian         Poonam R. Lohana, - Lecturer in peoples
     Banks.                                        college, Nanded, Maharashtra


                                               9
                                    PARALLEL SESSION- VII
SUBTHEME: INNOVATIONS, EFFICIENCY AND C.S.R OF INDIAN BANKS.
  Chairman: Manju S.Nair.                                           Rapporteur: Johnson. K.A
             Reader, Department of Economics,
             University of Kerala
Date:03-02-2011                                                     Time: 4.45PM to 6.15PM
Venue: III
No                       Title                             Author(s)&Affiliation
 1 Information technology in co-operative     * Lekshmy Prasannan ** Mohanachandran B.S.,
     banks in Kerala.                         *Research Scholar, MarIvanios college
                                              Thiruvananthapuram
                                              **Principal, University College (Rtd),
 2 Reverse Mortgage- A Distant Reality        Chetana B.S. Faculty, ICICI Manipal Academy,
 3 Developments In Payment And Settlement     Shivakumar.D, Selection Grade Lecturer,
     Systems A Study of RTGS.                 ICICI Manipal Academy,
 4   Corporate Social Responsibility of Indian        Laxminarayana Maroli,faculty
     Banks.                                           Acharya’s Bangalore B School, Bangalore

 5   CSR in Banking Milieu.                           *Jain Rani.S, ** Gabriel Simon Thattil
                                                      *Research Scholar
                                                      Department of Commerce, University of Kerala
                                                      ** Associate Professor, Department of
                                                      Commerce, University of Kerala

 6   Awareness and Preference on Mobile          * Rahamath Nisha.A, ** Jagadeeshwaran.M,
     Banking in Coimbatore District -An          * Research Scholar, Bharathiar University,
     Analysis.                                   Coimbatore,
                                                 ** Assistant Professor, Bharathiar University
                                                 Coimbatore
 7   Innovations in Customer services in indian  * Nixon Amirtharaj. E,** MSumathy.M
     banking sector.                             * Research Scholar, Department of Commerce,
                                                 Bharathiar University,Coimbatore
                                                 **Reader in Commerce,Department of
                                                 Commerce,Bharathiar University,Coimbatore.
 8   Banking and Corporate Social Responsibility Jiya K. Shahani
                                                 Research Scholar, Centre for studies in
                                                 Economics and Planning, Central University of
                                                 Gujarat




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                                    PARALLEL SESSION- VIII
SUBTHEME: BANKING SECTOR REFORM AND FINANCIAL CRISIS
Chairman: Mohanakumar. P.S                                       Rapporteur: Vineesh Kumar. K.V
           Professor, DCSMAT, School of Media and Business,
           Trivandrum.
Date:03-02-2011                                                          Time: 4.45PM to 6.15PM
Venue: IV
No                        Title                                Author(s)&Affiliation
 1 IMF Governance, Reforms And International Mohanakumar. P.S. Professor, DCSMAT,
     Financial Inclusion.                         Thiruvanathapuram
 2    Impact of Global Financial Meltdown on      Radhakrishnan.N, Associate Professor, P.G.
     India’s Banking Sector: An analysis in terms Department. Of Economics, The Zamorin’s
     of Operation and Performance of              Guruvayurappan College, Calicut
     Commercial Banks in the Post crisis period.
 3 Pros And Cons Of New Economic Policy on Shihabudheen .M.T, Rejula Helan
     Indian Banking System.                       Assistant Professors (on contract)
                                                  Department of Applied Economics, Kannur
                                                  university.
 4 Global Financial Crisis and Indian Banks       Venugopalan, Associate Professor, PG
                                                  Department of Commerce, Govt.college,
                                                  Madappally
 5 Global Financial Crisis And Indian Banks.      *Govindasamy.R,* Subramanian.C
                                                  * Research Scholars, Department of Economics,
                                                  Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
 6 Global Melt down and It’s Effects on Indian *Mahima.S, Nandha Kumar.M
     Banks.                                       Research Scholars, Department of Economics,
                                                  Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
 7 The Global Economic Crisis: Impact On          *Myilsamy.A ,Periyasamy.P
     India And Policy Responses.                  Research Scholars, Department of Economics
                                                      Bharathiar University, Coimbatore

 8   Indian Banking And Financial Reforms             * Priya.P, ** Govindarajalu.K
     Sector: An Overview.                             * Research Scholar, ** Professor, Department of
                                                      Economics, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
 9   Global financial crisis and its impact on        Periyasmay.P, Research Scholar, Department of
     Indian banking system.                           Economics, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
10   A Study On Impact Of Global Financial.           * Chitradevi.S,** Chellasamy.P
     Crisis In Banking Industry In India.             * Research Scholar, Department of Commerce,
                                                      Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
                                                      **Assistant     Professor,    Department      of
                                                      Commerce, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore -.
11   Global Financial Crisis and Its Impact on        * Saravanan.R, ** Ponnarasu.S
     India.                                           * Research Scholar, ** Assistant Professor
                                                      Department of Economics, Gobi Arts and
                                                      Science College, Gobichettipalayam, Erode
                                                      District




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                                         04-02-2010

                                       PLENARY SESSION- III
SUBTHEME: FINANCIAL INCLUSION THROUGH BANKING: SCOPE AND DIMENSIONS.
Chairman: Shankaran Nambiar.
           Senior Research Fellow & Head, Policy Studies Division
           Malaysian Institute of Economic Research
           Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Date:04-02-2011                                                          Time: 9.30AM to 11.00AM
Venue: I
No     Time                          Title                           Author(s)&Affiliation
 1    9.15AM Financial Inclusion and Inclusive Growth         Gangrgadharan.K
         To      through Banking: Lessons from India.         Head, School of Development Studies
     9.45 AM                                                  Kannur University
 2    9.45AM The Scope For Financial Inclusion.               Errol D’Souza
         To                                                   Professor in Economics, IIM
     10.15AM                                                  Ahmadabad.
 3 10.45AM Electronic Banking In India- Issues And            Ramanjaneyulu.M,
         To      Challenges.                                  Professor of Economics, Bangalore
     11.15AM                                                  University
                                       PARALLEL SESSION- IX
SUBTHEME: BANKS: AGRICULTURE AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Chairman: Retnaraj.D                                                 Rapporteur: Rajula Helan. K.P
            Professor& Head, Department of Economics,
            Calicut University
Date:04-02-2011                                                         Time: 11.15AM to 1.00 PM
Venue: I
 No                       Title                                 Author(s)&Affiliation
 1    Student Loan Scheme: Problems And            Anitha.V, Assistant Professor In Economics,
      Prospects In Kerala.                         Department of Economics, S.N.College,
                                                   Sivagiri, Varkala
 2    Regional Rural Bank’s Potential Role in      Arabi.U, Associate Professor, Dept. of
      Financial Inclusion in India: The Challenges Economics, Mangalore University
      Ahead.
 3    Financial Capital paradigm and Income        * Clifford Machogu, Jairus Amayi**Nicas
      Poverty Reduction in Tanzania: Perceptions Nibengo,
      of Customers of Financial Institutions and   *Lecturers, Faculty of Business Administration,
      Markets in Mwanza City Tanzania.             St Augustine University of Tanzania
                                                   ** Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Business
                                                   Administration , St Augustine University of
                                                   Tanzania
 4    An Analysis Of Agriculture Credit And        Michael Raj.M, Associate Professor, Department
      Capital Formation In Indian Agriculture:     of Economics, St.Stephen’s College,
      Pre Reform And Post Reform Comparison.       Pathanapuram
 5    An Economic analysis of Agricultural         Ranjith Mathew Abraham. **M.Michael Raj,
      Credit Flow in Kerala.                       * Associate Professor, Dept. of Economics, Bishop
                                                   Moore College, Mavelikara **Associate Professor,
                                                   Department of Economics, St.Stephen’s College,


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                                                    Pathanapuram.
 6    Evaluating The Performance Appraisal          Ruby.S, Asst.Professor, S.N Sanskrit college
      System In New Generation Banks With           Pattambi.
      Special Reference To ICICI Bank.
 7    The Impact Of The Growth Of Financial         Dinesh.K, Assistant Professor, Ballari Institute of
      Engineering On Deposits And Loans: A          Technology & Management
      Case Study Of ING Vysya Bank.
 8    Farm Credit – The Dimensions.           *Naga Raju.A, **I.B. Raju, ***B.C. Sunkanna
                                               * Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce
                                              D.N.R. College, Bhimavaram, Andhra Pradesh
                                              ** Assistant Professor, Department of Finance,
                                              GITAM Institute of Management, Andhra
                                              Pradesh
                                              *** Lecturer in Commerce, Sri Sankara’s Degree
                                              College, Karnool, Andhra Pradesh
                                     PARALLEL SESSION- X
SUBTHEME: BANKS: AGRICULTURE AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT.
Chairman: Mani. K.P                                         Rapporteur: Vipin Chandran. K.P
          Professor, Department of Economics,
          Calicut University.


Date:04-02-2011                                                          Time: 11.15AM to 1.00 PM
Venue: II
No                       Title                                   Author(s)&Affiliation
 1    Role Of Banks In Financing Higher             * Balamurugan.S, ** Govindarajalu.K
      Education Aspirants.                          *Research scholar, Department of Economics.
                                                    Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
                                                    ** Professor, Department of Economics,
                                                    Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
 2    A Comparative Study On The Nationalized       *Deepa Paul, **Muraleedharan.K.P* Research
      Kerala Based And New Generation Bank          Scholar, Department of Commerce and
      Customer's Adoption Of Internet Banking.      Management,Studies,University of Calicut
                                                    ** Professor & Dean , Department of Commerce
                                                    and Management, Studies, University of Calicut.
 3    Socio-Economic Impact Of Micro-               * Deepa Viswan,** Joseph.M.A
      Enterprise Credit: Evidence From Micro        * Research Scholar, Department of Commerce
      finance Institutions In Palakkad District.    and Management Studies, University of Calicut
                                                    **Associate     Professor,    Department     of
                                                    Commerce and Management Studies, University
                                                    of Calicut

 4    Role of Banks in Rural Development.           *Mohanasundari.P, **Vanitha.B
                                                    Research Scholar, Department of Economics,
                                                    Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
                                                    ** Associate Professor, Department of Economics,
                                                    Bharathiar University, Coimbatore



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 5    Agriculture And Institutional Credit.        *Parthasarathy.R,** Shanmugam.P
                                                 * Research Scholar, Department of Economics,
                                                 Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
                                                 ** Assistant Professor, Department of Economics,
                                                 Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
 6    Bank and Rural Development in India.       *Rajkumar.S, **Kumar.N
                                                  Research Scholars, Bharathiar University,
                                                 Coimbatore
 7    Agricultural Tourism –As a factor of Rural * Sravana.K., ** Joseph. M.A.
      Development in Kerala.                     *Junior Research Fellow, DCMS, University of
                                                 Calicut
                                                 ** Associate Professor, DCMS, University of
                                                 Calicut
 8    Impact of Financial Inclusion In The         Vimya K P* Sarada.A.K**
      Economic Empowerment Of Kudumbashree * Research Scholar, DCMS, University of
      Food Processing Unit And Catering Unit - Calicut.
      A Comparative Study.                       ** Professor DCMS, University of Calicut
 9    Issues in Agricultural Credit: a Study on  Sajith.M
      Customer Perspective.                      Assistant Professor,
                                                 NMSM Government College, Kalpetta



                                     PARALLEL SESSION- XI
SUBTHEME:INTEREST FREE BANKING SERVICES: NEW DIAMENSIONS.
Chairman: Pavithran. K V                                           Rapporteur: Karunakaran. N
           Associate Professor,
       Institute of Technology, Mayyil, Kannur.
Date:04-02-2011                                                      Time: 11.15AM to 1.00 PM
Venue: III
No                           Title                           Author(s)&Affiliation
 1 Interest Free Banking For Inclusive Growth: Shaheed Ramzan.C.P
     Prospects And Challenges In India.         Associate Professor,Department of Economics,
                                                Government College,Kodanchery, Kozhikode
 2 Interest Free Establishments As An           * Pavithran. K V, **Muhammed K Palath
     Alternative Model For Financial Inclusion  * Associate Professor, Institute of Technology,
                                                Mayyil, Kannur
                                                ** Research scholar in Economics, Kannur
                                                University
 3 Investment in Gold Exchange Traded Funds: Joshy Andrews, Assistant Professor,Nehru
     A Safe and Novel Approach to Investment in School of Management, Pampadi
     Gold.
 4 Islamic banking – New Dimensions For         Ullas.p, Rubinas.K.K,
     Modern Banking.                            Paavai    Engineering      College,     Namakkal,
                                                Tamilnadu
 5 An Islamic micro finance model - the         E. Sulaiman, Reader
     missing dimension.                         School of Management and Business Studies,
                                                MG University, Kottayam


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 6   Sneha Gramam – Sneha Card Scheme                P.Mammed, Associate Professor in Commerce
     Financial inclusion schemes of South            P.S.M.O.College, Tirurangadi, Malappuram
     Malabar Gramin Bank An innovative scheme
     towards the money lender free village A case
     study of SMGB Chemmad Branch.
 7   Bancassurance: A Performance Evaluation of *Sreesha C.H, ** Joseph.M.A,
     ICICI Bank.                                * Assistant Professor, PSMO College,
                                                Tirurangadi
                                                ** Reader, D C M S, Calicut University.
 8 Regulation Of MFI Institutions For Uplifting * Vararuchi.R, ** I maruthi Ram Prasad
     Of Self Help Groups.                       * Principal Investigator UGC M R P
                                                ** Associate Professor, KLU Business School,
                                                KL University
 9 Utilization Of Bank Credit By Agriculturists *Vasanthagopal.R, ** Suby Baby
     And MSMEs: An Empirical Study With         * Associate Professor of Commerce, The Cochin
     Reference To Kerala.                       College Kochi
                                                Senior Research Fellow, The Cochin College
                                                Kochi
                                    PARALLEL SESSION- XII
SUBTHEME: FINANCIAL EXCLUSION SCOPE FOR SHGs AND MICRO CREDIT
Chairman: Ushakumari.L                                                 Rapporteur: Shaharban. V
          Associate Professor, Department of Commerce, SD College,
          Alappuzha.

Date:04-02-2011                                                           Time: 11.15AM to 1.00 PM
Venue: IV
No                       Title                                   Author(s)&Affiliation
 1 Financial Exclusion And Banking Sector In         Khyser Mohd. **Aparna.K
     India - A Study On The Exclusive Banking        *Associate Professor & Head, Department of
     Sector.                                         Business Management, Telangana University,
                                                     Nizamabad
                                                     **Assistant Professr, Department. of Business
                                                     Management, Telangana University
 2   Micro financing in India: diverging from        *Rajesh K, **Salini K
     objectives?                                     *Assistant Professor, Dept. of Economics,
                                                     St.Aloysius College, Thrissur
                                                     ** Faculty, IIPS, Kanattukara, Thrissur
 3   Self-Help Groups: A Keystone Of Micro           *Revathy.B, ** Sheeba.E
     finance In India.                               Associate Professor, Department of Commerce,
                                                     Manonmaniam Sundaranar University.
                                                     Research Scholar, Department of Commerce,
                                                     Manonmaniam Sundaranar University,
                                                     Tirunelveli.
 4   Discredited Credit’- Examining The Politics     Sabu Thomas, Assistant Professor in Politics,
     Of Financial Exclusion In India.                SGTDS, MG University Kottayam
 5   Micro Finance – Panacea For Women               . *Wajeeda Banu, ** Shripathi K.P,
     Empowerment: A Case Of Karnataka.                *Lecturer in Economics, P.A First Grade
                                                     College Mangalore.


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                                                   **Associate Professor, Mangalore University
 6   Stri Shakti Groups – One Step Ahead In     *Banakar.M.B,**Yatnalli.C.S
     Women Empowerment.                         B.R.Tambakad Arts, commerce
                                                & Science First Grade College,
                                                Hirekerur.
                                                **Mahantswamy Arts, Science & Commerce
                                                College, Haunsabhavi
 7 Self Help Group And Rural Development In *Boopathi.S , **K.Kannan R. Shaji
     India.                                     **Assistant Professor, **Research Scholar,
                                                Department of Economics, School of
                                                Economics, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
 8 Financial Exclusion: A Theoretical           *Pradeep Kumar.B, **.P.J.Philip
     Approach.                                  *Assistant Professor, P.G. Department of
                                                Economics, P.M.Govt.College, Chalakudy
                                                ** Research Guide, Marthoma College,
                                                Thiruvalla
                                      PARALLEL SESSION- XIII
SUBTHEME: FINANCIAL INCLUSION, INVESTMENT OPTIONS AND RURAL
              DEVELOPMENT THROUGH BANKS
Chairman: Thomas. E.M                                           Rapporteur: Shihabudheen. M.T
          Assistant Professor,
          Christ college, Irinjalakuda.
Date:04-02-2011                                                        Time: 2.00PM to 3.30 PM
Venue: I
No                        Title                               Author(s)&Affiliation
 1 Financial Inclusion Through NREGA-A          Thomas E.M. Assistant. Professor, Christ college
     Case Study Of Two Village Panchayath In    Irinjalakuda.
     Kerala.
 2 Micro Finance- a Decaying Ethic.             **Deepa T.S, **Gabriel Simon Thattil
                                                *Research scholar MG University,** Associate
                                                Professor, Department of commerce, University
                                                of Kerala.
 3 MGNREGs: A New Initiative Of Inclusive       Rajimol M. Assistant Professor in Economics,
     Banking: A Case Study Of The Scheduled     Government College, Wayanad.
     Tribes In The Sulthan Bathery Thaluk Of
     Wayanad District.
 4 Options as a Strategy for a Volatile Market. Sunil M. Ikharkar, Lecturer, Govindrao Wanjari
                                                College of Engineering & Technology, Nagpur

 5   Financial Inclusion – The real Issues.        T.C.G Namboodiri , Assistant General Manager,
                                                   Lakshmi Vilas Bank, Head office, Karur, Tamil
                                                   Nadu.
 6   Financial Inclusion with out Financial        Ushakumari.L, Associate. Professor, Department
     Literacy Does More Harm Than Good.            of Commerce, S D College,Alappuzha
 7   Bank Finance Through SGSY and                 Reji. M.A, Associate Professor, P.G Department of
     Development Of Women Entrepreneurship -       Commerce and Research Centre, St. Peter’s College,
     A Review.                                     Kolenchery.



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 8   Micro Finance a Panacea for Financial        Binal Kachela
     Inclusion                                    ICICI Manipal Academy.



                                     PARALLEL SESSION- XIV
SUBTHEME: BANKS INVESTMENT PATTERN, CUSTOMER UTILIZATION, CREDIT
PROMOTION STRATEGIES AND TOOL FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT.
Chairman: Resia Beegam. S                                            Rapporteur: Karunakaran. N
            Professor, Department of Commerce,
            University of Kerala
Date:04-02-2011                                                         Time: 2.00PM to 3.30 PM
Venue: II
No                        Title                               Author(s)&Affiliation
 1 Applicability of Business Correspondents      *Ajesh S. R, **Resia Beegam. S
     Model for Sustainable Financial Inclusion.  * Research Scholar Department of Commerce,
                                                 University of Kerala.
                                                 ** Professor, Department of Commerce,
                                                 University of Kerala.
 2 Designing a Methodology to Investigate        *Manohar V. Serrao,**Basil Hans.V
     Accessibility and Impact of Financial       *Research Scholar, Manipal University,**
     Inclusion.                                  Associate Professor St Aloysius Evening
                                                 College, Mangalore
 3 A Study on Customer Satisfaction Relating     *Divya.H,** Prem kumar.M.P
     To The Services Rendered By Commercial      *Assistant Professor, Dept. of Economics,
     Banks - With Reference to Nationalized and S.N.College, Kannur. ** Research scholar Dept
     Non Nationalized Bank in Palakkad District. of Applied Economics, CUSAT
 4 Kudumbasree: A Panacea for Financial          Retheesh. P K
     inclusion in rural Kerala.                  Lecturer in Economics, EKNM Govt college,
                                                 Elerithattu.
 5 Self Help Group – A Micro Bank for Poor       Jagadeesh B, Assistant Professor of commerce
     Villagers.                                  Department of Commerce and Management
                                                 Field Marshal K.M.Cariappa College, Madikeri
 6 Micro Credit And Social Capitalism In Rural *A. Jayaraman, **.K.Nagaraju
     Coimbatore District Tamilnadu.              *Assistant Professor, Department of Social
                                                 Work, Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya
                                                 College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore.
                                                 **Associate Professor, Dept. of Social Work,
                                                 Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya College of
                                                 Arts and Science, Coimbatore.
 7 Impact of Financial Inclusion Towards         N.Vijayalakshmi, A.Vijayalakshmi
     Regional Rural Banks In India.              Research Scholars, Department.of commerce,
                                                  Bharathiar university, Coimbatore




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                                    PARALLEL SESSION- XV
SUBTHEME: FINANCIAL LIBERALIZATION, BUSINESS PROMOTION STRATEGIES,
            SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND CUSTOMER CARE
Chairman: Anitha.V                                       Rapporteur: Rajula Helan. K.P
          Assistant Professor, Department of Economics,
          S.N.College, Varkala.

Date:04-02-2011                                                      Time: 2.00PM to 3.30 PM
Venue: III
No                     Title                                  Author(s)&Affiliation
 1 Liberalization, Globalization and Indian     Padmakar I. Shahare, Lecturer, Govindrao
     Bank.                                      Wanjari College of Engineering & Technology,
                                                Nagpur
 2   ATM Services in the Perception of User –   * Liji.K.T, **Valsa John C
     A Case Study.                              Dept.of Economics, St.Joseph’s College,
                                                Irinjalakuda, Thrissur
                                                Head, Dept.of Economics, St.Joseph’sCollege,
                                                Irinjalakuda
 3   Financial De-regulation and Financial      *Madhava Menon.N, ** Rajendran Nair.P
     Exclusion With Special Reference To        * Reader in Economics,N S S College, Cherthala
     Priority Lending.                          ** Reader in Economics,N S S College,
                                                Pandalam.
 4   Banking Finance and Socio Economic Manoj Pillai, Assistant Professor,
     Development of India: A Critical Analysis. Department of Commerce, MG Govt. College
                                                Mahe.
 5   Rural Finance Indian and Role of Banks– A  Pradeep Kumar Singh, Assistant Professor,
     Critical Evaluation.                       Department of Commerce, Mahatma Gandhi
                                                Government Arts College, Mahe.
                                                Premavally
                                                Payyannur College, Payyannur




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                                   PARALLEL SESSION- XVI
SUBTHEME: INCLUSIVE BANKING: NEW DIMENSIONS.
Chairman: Radhakrishnan.N                                            Rapporteur: Divya Karikkan
          Associate Professor, P.G. Department of Economics,
          The Zamorin’s Guruvayurappan College, Calicut.

Date:04-02-2011                                                       Time: 2.00PM to 3.30 PM
Venue: IV
No                    Title                                    Author(s)&Affiliation
 1 Promotion Strategies for Banking Services       Joseph Sebastian Thekedam D,
                                                   St. Berchmans’ College, Changanacherry
 2   Micro Finance – Panacea for Financial         Ramesh Babu P.K, Assistant Director (Pers)
                                                   NHRDF, Chittegaon Phata, NASIK
     Inclusion
 3   Merger, Acquisition and Inorganic Growth:     Antony Akhil .K, Research Scholar,
     Scope and Challenges                          Central University of Kerala, Kasaragod
 4   Green Banking in India: Constraints and       Ratheesh Krishnan.R ,Asha Ajith
     Prospects                                     Department of Economics, uUniversity of Kerala
 5   Financial Literacy Among the Tribal People    *Ramya Krishnan.M, **Joseph.M.A
     in Kerala                                     *Research Scholar, DC M S, University of
                                                   Calicut.
                                                   ** Reader, DC M S, University of Calicut.
 6   SHG and Rural Credit Availability in India    * Rema.R ** Govindarajalu.K
                                                   *Research Scholar, Department of Economics,
                                                   Bharathiar University, Coimbatore.
                                                   **Professor,    Department     of    Economics,
                                                   Bharathiar University, Coimbatore.

 7   Microfinance Visionary for Poverty and        Sruthi. G K, Department of Education, PKM
     Muhammed Yunus                                College of Education, Madampam
 8   Inclusive Growth: Emphasis on Micro           Murali. K
     Finance in India                              Selection Grade Lecturer, ICICI Manipal
                                                   Academy.




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               VALEDICTORY SESSION: 4th FEBRUARY 2011
                          (3.45PM to 4PM)



Welcome Address                            Gangadharan .K
                                           (Conference Director and Head,
                                           Department of Applied Economics,
                                           Kannur University)

Presidential Address                       Kuttykrishnan.A.P
                                           (Pro Vice Chancellor, Kannur
                                           University)
Valedictory Address                        Alimullah Miyan
                                           (Vice Chancellor, International
                                           University of Business Agriculture and
                                           Technology,
                                           Dhaka, Bangladesh)
                                       Feedback

Distribution of the Certificates to        Premkumar.P.A
Participants                               (Assistant General Manager, NABARD,
                                           Kannur)
Vote of Thanks                             Shaharban.V
                                           (Convener, Organizing Committee &
                                           Lecturer, Department of Applied
                                           Economics, Kannur University)




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