The second one should be called "Narasimham Committee Report 1991 1998 - Recommendations", not ""Kalyan City articles". 1 Committee on Banking Sector Reforms (Narasimham Committee II) - Action taken on the recommendations Recommendation Action Taken Measures to strengthen the banking system: Capital Adequacy: 1. The Committee suggests that pending the emergence of markets in India where market risks can be covered, it would be desirable For example, the first one (which is currently labelled "The Frontline Article") needs to be re-named "Radical prescriptions", as this is the title of the article. The Narasimham-II Committee was tasked with the progress review of the implementation of the banking reforms since 1992 with the aim of further strengthening the financial institutions of India. NARASIMHAM COMMITTEE REPORT II ON BANKING SECTOR REFORMS – 1999 In 1998 the government appointed yet another committee under the chairmanship of Mr. Narsimham. The Narasimham committee on banking sector reforms plays a vital role in the Banking sector growth and the government directed this committee 2 times once in 1991 and 1998 to improve the efficiency of the banking sector in the country. Narasimham committee is a committee that was formulated by the Government of India in August 1991 for reviewing the financial system of the country. The Committee submitted its report to the Government on November 16, 1991. In order to initiate the second stage of financial sector reforms, the then Finance Minister Mr. P. Chidambaram constituted the Committee on financial sector reforms headed by Mr. M. Narasimham, the former Governor of RBI. Narasimham Committee I was a nine-member committee set up by the Government of India on 14 August 1991. This is the second time M. Narasimham has headed a financial sector reform […] In 1998 the government appointed yet another committee under the chairmanship of Mr. Narsimham. Committee on Banking Sector Reforms (Narasimham Committee II) - Action taken on the recommendations Recommendation Action Taken Measures to strengthen the banking system: Capital Adequacy: 1. It focused on issues like the size of banks and capital adequacy ratio among other things. The Committee suggests that pending the Banks are now required to assign capital for emergence of markets in India where market market risk. It is better known as the Banking Sector Committee. narsimhan committee was related to which of the following reforms - 21533946 It is better known as the Banking Sector Committee. The following points highlight the eighteen main suggestions of the Narasimham Committee. Narasimham committee. Narasimham Committee Report II - 1998. Narasimham Committee was established under former RBI Governor M. Narasimham on August 14, 1991, to look into all aspects of the financial system in India. ADVERTISEMENTS: Narasimham Committee Report on Banking Reforms! The report of this committee had comprehensive recommendations for financial sector reforms including the banking sector and capital markets. It was told to review the banking reform progress and design a programme for further strengthening the financial system of India. The government considers the inefficiency and low returns of the banking sector decided to remodel them for improving their performance. Narasimham Committee 1991. Capital Adequacy Norms 2.Recapitalisation 3.Partial Privatisation of Public Sector Banks 4.Prudential Accounting Norms 5.Recovery of Debts 6.Freedom about Bank Branches 7.Entry of Private Sector Banks 8.Department of Supervision and Others. It was set up to examine all aspects relating to the structure, organisation, functions and procedures of the financial system. Some of the suggestions are: 1. It was told to review the banking reform progress and design a programme for further strengthening the financial system of India.