P.O. + Vill. – Kabitirtha
Churulia, Burdwan – 713368
(0341) 2778401,
Mob.: 09932575451


Designation: Assistant Professor
Department: Commerce
Qualification: M.Com , M.A(Education),MBA(Finance-Banking)
E-mail: dip11091979@gmail.com

Paper presentations at International and National Conferences-

  1. Paper titled, “Are infrastructural gaps responsible for imbalance in industrial credit flows to states ” presented at the National seminar on Addressing the problems of Inter-State and Inter-District Disparity of India organised by the Asian Development Research Institute, Patna  on October 1 , 2018


  1. Paper titled, “An Analysis of Personal Loans of Scheduled Commercial Banks in India : An Inter Regional Analysis ” presented at the International Conference on Financial Sector: Issues, ,Challenges and Strategies – organised by the Bhawanipur Education Society College on March 13, 2018
  2. Paper titled, “An examination of Priority Sector Lending by Scheduled Commercial Banks in India” presented at the International Conference on Research and Innovation in Finance organised by the Department of Commerce with F.M., VU on February 15 and 16, 2018
  3. Paper titled “A Critical Analysis Of Industrial Credit In India: Focus On Growth And Inequality” accepted for presentation at the International Symposium on Frontiers of Infrastructure Finance  being organized by VGSOM, IIT Kharagpur on December 14 and 15, 2017 




Publication in Journals-


  1. Sinha, A. and Kundu, D. (2018). Are Infrastructural Factors Important For Attracting Industrial Credit? A Study Of Indian States. SCMS Journal of Indian Management,  XV(1). 59-67.
  2. Sinha, A. and Kundu, D. (2018). A Critical Study On Priority Sector Lending By Scheduled Commercial Banks In India. Asian Journal of Research in Banking and Finance. 8(2). 1-12
  3. Kundu, D, and Sinha, A. (2018). Industrial Credit in India: An Investigation into the Growth pattern and Disparity in India. ANVESHAK- International Journal of Management. 7(1). 123-135.
  4. Kundu,D. and Sinha, A.(2018).An indepth insight into Non Performing Assets of Indian Banking sector,. The Indian Management Researcher.