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RBI: FY 2011-2012 registered highest NPA levels in past 5 years

RBI: FY 2011-2012 registered highest NPA levels in past 5 years
Banking sector woes on rising non performing asset (NPA) are still not over. In a recent report published by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) indicates that the NPA levels in the FY 2011-2012 are the highest for past 5 years.
The asset quality in the system has deteriorated as well as net non performing ratios have also gone up, except in the new private sector banks' and 'foreign banks' groups. For all scheduled banks, the Net NPA ratio has gone up from 1% to 1.28%.
State Bank of India reported net NPA ratio of 1.82% in 2011-12 compared to 1.63% reported a year back. SBI advances are about 17% of the total banking system. 
The data reveals that almost all the public sector banks have witnessed rise in NPA levels. Punjab National Bank has Net NPA ratio of 1.52% as compared to 2007-2008 of 0.64%, Oriental Bank of Commerce has Net NPA ratio standing at 2.21% as compared to 2007-2008 of 0.99%, Canara Bank registered Net NPA ratio of 1.46% while the Net NPA ratio in FY 2007-2008 stood at 0.84% only.
RBI published a profile of Indian banks for 2011-12. RBI in its report said that profitability in terms of return on assets (RoA) declined in 2011-12 compared to previous financial years while cost of funds (CoF) increased for the banks.  


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