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FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN INDIA ITS IMPACT ON BANKING AND INSURANCE SECTOR
Synopsis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Of BANGALORE UNIVERSITY By KALMESHWAR.B.GUNDGADGI (Register Number: 09201013) Under the guidance of PROF.DHANAM SANJEEVI
CMR Institute of Management Studies C.A. #2, 3rd C cross, 6th µA¶ Main, HRBR layout 2nd Block, Kalyana Nagar Bengaluru-560 043 2009-2011
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN INDIA ITS IMPACT ON BANKING AND INSURANCE SECTOR Introduction to topic Foreign direct investment is investment made by a foreign individual or company in productive capacity of another country. with an objective of having a balanced growth in the economy. So it is important to understand the concept and trends of FDI. therefore in this study an attempt is made to find out the inflows. It is the movement of capital across national frontiers in a manner that grants the investor control over the acquired asset. A parent business enterprise and its foreign affiliate are the two sides of the FDI relationship. . Together they comprise an MNC. The parent enterprise through its foreign direct investment effort seeks to exercise substantial control over the foreign affiliate company. Problem Statement In today¶s economy FDI plays an important role in a each sector. equipments and organization. analysis and interpretation of inflows and the impact of FDI on different sectors. both incorporated and unincorporated. FDI reflects the objectives of obtaining a lasting interest by a resident entity in one economy (Direct Investor) in entity resident in an economy other than that of the Investor (Direct investments enterprise). Direct investment involves both the initial transaction between the two entities and all the subsequent capital transactions between them and among affiliated enterprises. The lasting interest implies the existing of a longterm relation between the direct investor and the enterprise and a significant degree influence on the management of the enterprise. Foreign direct investments (FDI) are investment of foreign assets into domestic structures.
policies and guidelines of FDI in India. LITERATURE REVIEW.SAMPLE DESIGN.Objectives To find out the trends and patterns of FDI in India.With the inflows of FDI in a particular sector . DATA SOURCE & TOOLS & TECHNIQUES OF DATA COLLECTION RESEARCH METHODOLOGY The researcher conducted a descriptive research to arrive at the analysis and findings. for foreign investors. To find out various investment. more specifically. A descriptive research is the suitable kind of research methodology which has been used for conducting this study because the study involves an in depth knowledge and a lot information about the subject matter. an attempt to find out the reasons for India being one of the favorites amongst all Asian countries. To do the complete analysis and interpretation of inflows of FDI in two sectors in Indian economy HYPOTHESIS HO: With the inflows of FDI in a particular sector .there is a significant increase in the growth of that particular sector RESEARCH DESIGN ± METHODOLOGY. .there is no significant increase in the growth of that particular sector H1:. To find out the reasons for the flow of funds to India.
PLAN OF ANSALYSIS The study begins with the understanding of the topic under discussion. On the basis of the yearly and sector flow of FDI in this sector. This study is just an overview of such sort of investment options and their effect on our country. LIMITATION The study and the analysis are limited to the information available on the internet. The researcher has tried to explain the impact and affect of FDI by selecting the Banking and Insurance sector. Banking and Insurance of an Indian economy. the researcher has made an attempt to explain the effect and impact of FDI. i. various survey reports and journals. as well as. . LIMITATION AND SCOPE OF STUDY SCOPE OF STUDY The study will be basically focusing on the analysis and interpretation of inflows of FDI sector wise but it will be restricted to three sectors i. Foreign Investment Decision in India. with the data on yearly flow of FDI in the country.Moreover.e. It explains the importance of foreign investment. its history in India. An in depth coverage of the topic was not possible as it is very vast and requires expert knowledge.e.SAMPLE Sample Unit: FDI Sampling Size: 2 Sectors Sampling Technique: Convenience Sampling Technique The sample shall be the FDI inflows of 3 sectors of an Indian economy over a period of 10 years. as well as. the study aims to explain the reasons for the increase in the flow of FDI in the country.