Measuring the Efficiency of Public Service Sector Banks in India Using Two-Stage Closed System DEA approach

  • Ms. Jenifer Christinal Bishop Heber College (Autonomous)
  • Dr. P. Mariappan Bishop Heber College (Autonomous)
  • Dr. Dinesh Dave Appalachian State University
Keywords: Banking-sector, Efficiency, Two-stage DEA approach, Input measure and Output measures.

Abstract

This paper examines the efficiency of public service sector banks in India using two stage Data Envelopment Analysis [DEA] technique. The proposed model investigates the efficiency of banks of with various input and production standards in each level. While comparing banks, it was determined that some banks are efficient in their profit earning, whereas other banks are efficient in functioning smoothly. The methodology defines the profit efficiency in stage 1 and performance effectiveness in phase 2 of the selected public sector banks in India. The study demonstrates the comparative assessment and efficiency rankings among the selected bank in India.

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Author Biographies

Ms. Jenifer Christinal, Bishop Heber College (Autonomous)

Research Scholar

PG and Research Department of Mathematics

Bishop Heber College (Autonomous)-Affiliated to Bharathidasan University

Trichy, Tamil Nadu 620017

India

Dr. P. Mariappan, Bishop Heber College (Autonomous)

Head

PG and Research Department of Mathematics

Bishop Heber College (Autonomous) - Affiliated to Bharathidasan University

Trichy, Tamil Nadu 620017

India

Dr. Dinesh Dave, Appalachian State University

Director and Professor of Supply Chain Management

Department of Marketing & Supply Chain Management

John A. Walker College of Business

Appalachian State University

Boone, North Carolina 28608

USA

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Published
2021-05-31
How to Cite
[1]
M. J. Christinal, Dr. P. Mariappan, and D. D. Dave, “Measuring the Efficiency of Public Service Sector Banks in India Using Two-Stage Closed System DEA approach”, TJOR, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 22-30, May 2021.