A Study on the Funds and Investment Management of the Dehradun Urban Co-Operative Bank in Uttarakhand

  • Dr. V. Alagu Pandian Faculty, ICM, Madurai
  • Upnish Yadav Faculty, ICM, Dehradun


Cooperative credit can be broken down into Urban Co-operative Banks (UCBs) and Rural Cooperative Banks. Rural cooperatives play a big part in the credit delivery system in rural areas. Urban Cooperative Banks (UCBs) try to get savings from middle and low-income people and give them money to people who need it. People who work for UCBs and rural cooperative credit banks are regulated by the Reserve Bank of India and NABARD, respectively. Both are regulated by the State Government in regard to certain types of work they do.The research demonstrates that in the majority of situations, the bank handles money and investments more effectively and efficiently. On the other hand, the bank’s high cost deposits are on the higher side, which will have a stronger impact on the bank’s profit and profitability in the long run. To provide more contemporary banking services and to attract new consumers, the bank should place a premium on providing high-quality services. Delivering high-quality services and transitioning from conventional to digital banking will undoubtedly bring value to the bank. Developing an appropriate plan to address difficulties such as NPA management, increasing competition from new generation banks, small and payment banks, would undoubtedly increase the bank’s operating efficiency.

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