The Debt Recovery Tribunals have been established by the Government of India under an Act of Parliament (Act 51 of 1993) for expeditious adjudication and recovery of debts due to banks and financial institutions and they are auctioning some properties. Subsequently With an aim to provide a structured platform to the Banking sector for managing its mounting NPA stocks and keep pace with international financial institutions, the Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest (SARFAESI) Act 2002 was put in place to allow banks and Financial Institutions (FIs) to take possession of securities and sell them. Various Banks, State Financial corporations , and Asset Reconstruction companies are auctioning their Non performing assets, i.e housing properties, commercial properties and Industrial properties under SARFAESI act 2002.
Public Sector Banks are shifting to new system called Core Banking System (CBS), which automatically processes and updates transactions, helping identify NPAs on a daily basis, as against the current system where most transactions are managed manually, leaving scope for slippages. As a result of this the NPAs of some banks are expected to increase by as much as 150%. According to latest data from the Reserve Bank of India, the gross non-performing assets of state-run banks touched 68,597 crore at the end of December 2010, an increase of 27% from a year ago.
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