Print ISSN: 2204-1990

Online ISSN: 1323-6903

Keywords : State bank of India

The Mediating Effect of Job Satisfaction on the Relationship of Employee Engagement and Employee Performance: Empirical Evidence from non-managerial employees of State Bank of India Raipur, Chhattisgarh region

Dr. Roopendra Singh,Dr. Hemant Kumar, Dr. Nitin Kalla, Dr. Bharati Pujari

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2022, Volume 28, Issue 4, Pages 1275-1284
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2022.28.04.098

An organization's progress depends on employee engagement and performance. The satisfaction level also leads to their performance as well as the organization's overall growth. Customers perceived  State Bank of India as a reliable bank especially in rural India and the employees doing the job in that bank are regarded as the caretaker and custodians of the villager’s hard-earned money. The study analyzes the effect of employee engagement of non-managerial employees at SBI in the Raipur region of Chhattisgarh on their employee performance when mediated through their job satisfaction. The predictor variable was employee engagement, the mediator variable was job satisfaction and the dependent variable was employee performance. The findings revealed that there was a significant indirect effect of Employee Engagement on Employee Performance through Job Satisfaction.

A Financial Performance of Indian Banks Using CAMELS Rating System

Meraj Banu; Sudha Vepa

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 2135-2153

Undoubtedly, the banking system in India has witnessed the fastest growth in comparison to other governing sectors of the Indian economy. The solvency and sustenance of banks do not only concern the depositors but equally to the other participants viz., the employees, the customers, the shareholders and the country as a whole. The banking system’s assistance in smooth functioning of trade and commerce across the globe indicates an imperative need for its timely and regular monitoring. The study aims at analysing the financial and operating performance of the Indian Banking Sector.
The HDFC and ICICI as the largest private banks and State Bank of India (SBI) and Syndicate Bank as the largest public sector banks are selected for this purpose. The evaluation is done using CAMELS rating system as recommended by Padmanabhan Committee. The various ratios, noted below, are considered for the study based on CAMELS acronym in the following order.
Capital Adequacy ratios
Asset Quality ratios
Management Capability ratios
Earnings Quality ratios
Liquidity ratios and
Sensitivity to market risk
The period, considered, is from 2010 – 2019. The descriptive statistics is used to analyse the results thereof. Correlation and t -test are executed to test the hypothesis.