This research work, the developmental impact of rural banking in Nigeria, a case study of United Bank of Africa (UBA) was carried out to measure to what extent the rural commercial banks have been able to involve the inhabitant of our rural areas in economic activities in terms of awareness and influence on their style of living through banking activities and how successful the bank are measuring up with their major aim of existence.
Chapter one, is an introductory aspect of the study. It contains items like the statement of the problem, objective of study, scope limitation and definition of terms.
Chapter two, this chapter is essentially made up of review of related literature, where attempt is made to keep the readers full understanding of the theories underlying subject matters.
Chapter three, is on research design and methodology. This chapter tried to justify the method of data collection method of data presentation, which can be used in the research method.
Chapter four, data presentation and analysis in the financial statement interpretation and ratio analysis in the financial statement.
Chapter five will deal with the finding, conclusion, recommendations and appendix.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of contents
1.1Aims and objectives
1.2Statement of research problems
1.3Significance of study
1.4Scope of study
1.5Limitation of scope
1.6Statement of Research Hypothesis
1.7Definitions of terms
2.0Review of Related Literature
2.1Historical Background of United Bank of Africa, Enugu Branch
2.2Banking marketing awareness and acceptance
2.3The social responsibilities facing banks
2.4Rural banking and agricultural development
2.5Rural banking and rural infrastructural development
2.6Rural banking and other development
2.7The rural banking scheme
2.8Evaluation of the rural banking scheme
3.1Sources of Data collection
3.4Organising and analyzing gathered data
4.0Data presentation and analysis
4.1Data presentation analysis
4.3Personal interview analysis
4.4Test of Hypothesis
4.5Interpretation of results
5.0Summary, conclusion and recommendation
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