• Dr. Sudhansu Sekhar Nayak Lecturer in Commerce, R.N.College, Dura, Berhampur-10, Ganjam(Odisha)
  • Mr. Prasenjeet Sarangi P.G.T.(Commerce), Sai Valley World School, Vedavyasa, Rourkela, Odisha


Dimension, Indicator, Hierarchy, Client, Empathy, Responsive


The main aim of paper dissertation is to know the development performance of commercial bank in odisha. Orissa has typically been considered a backward state till some time back. Now it rules the A Commercial bank is a type of Bank / Financial Institution that provides services such as accepting deposits, making business loans, and offering basic investment products. "Commercial bank" can also refer to a bank, or a division of a large bank, which more specifically deals with deposit and loan services provided to corporations or large/middle-sized business - as opposed to individual members of the public/small business - Retail banking, or Merchant banks. The general role of commercial banks is to provide financial services to general public and business, ensuring economic and social stability and sustainable growth of the economy. In this respect, "credit creation" is the most significant function of commercial banks. While sanctioning a loan to a customer, they do not provide cash to the borrower. Instead, they open a deposit account from which the borrower can withdraw. In other words, while sanctioning a loan, they automatically create deposits, known as a "credit creation from commercial banks"

*Commercial banks accept various types of deposits from public especially from its clients, including saving account deposits, recurring account deposits, and fixed deposits. These deposits are payable after a certain time period

*Commercial banks provide loans and advances of various forms, including an overdraft facility, cash credit, bill discounting, money at call etc. They also give demand and term loans to all types of clients against proper security.


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Dr. Sudhansu Sekhar Nayak, & Mr. Prasenjeet Sarangi. (2019). PROFITABILITY STATEMENT OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN ODISHA : AN ANALYSIS. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 5(12). Retrieved from