By P.K. Jain, Seema Gupta, Surendra S. Yadav (auth.)
The booklet examines a few of the points of non-financial imperative public area agencies (PSEs) in India, for a interval from 1986-87 to 2010-11. The research relies on the entire key monetary ratios; specifically, profitability, potency, liquidity, leverage and productiveness.
Liberalization and globalization have brought on pageant in India and feature reduced the revenue margins. whilst, Indian govt has lowered subsidies and budgetary aid for PSEs to curtail their very own financial deficit. Strategic and monetary reforms have been additionally brought in PSEs to make their operations commercially ecocnomic in order that they usually are not depending on the govt to fulfill their monetary necessities at the one hand, and feature their very own profits to finance their expansion/modernization requisites in addition to their social responsibilities, at the different. To what volume, the PSEs have succeeded during this goal constitutes one significant point of the current examine paintings. the opposite both very important element tested is monetary functionality of the PSEs that have opted for disinvestment and feature signed memorandum of knowing (MoU)/ self tasks. The Indian executive has wanted the crucial PSEs to be ecocnomic of their operations in post-liberation period of Nineteen Nineties. For this goal, significant tools, specifically, disinvestment and MoUs, have been brought. This publication examines, intimately, monetary functionality of PSEs which had opted for disinvestment and feature signed MoU. in keeping with research/ findings and literature at the topic, the booklet comprises a few concrete feedback that will end up super precious to Indian govt to additional enhance their monetary functionality.
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In finance from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. A. (economics). She has more than a decade of teaching experience and 3 years of industrial experience. She teaches financial and management accounting, cost accountancy, and financial management. Her research papers have been published in the journals of national and international repute: Journal of Advances in Management Research (UK), Journal of Applied Finance and Banking (Greece), International Research Journal of Applied Finance (USA), Public Enterprises (Slovenia), and Global Journal of Flexible System Management (Delhi).
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Public Sector Enterprises in India: The Impact of Disinvestment and Self Obligation on Financial Performance by P.K. Jain, Seema Gupta, Surendra S. Yadav (auth.)