India - Financial Inclusion Index (CRISIL Method)

Financial Inclusion Index (CRISIL Method) in India was reported at 40.1 in 2011, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources.



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CRISIL Inclusix is a relative index that incorporates various forms of basic financial services into one single metric. CRISIL Inclusix is India’s first comprehensive measure of financial inclusion in the form of an index. It is a relative index that has a scale of 0 to 100, and combines three very critical parameters of basic banking services — branch penetration (BP), deposit penetration (DP), and credit penetration (CP) — together into one single metric. For each of these parameters, CRISIL evaluates financial inclusion at the national/ regional/ state/ district level vis-à-vis a defined ideal. A CRISIL Inclusix score of 100 indicates the ideal state for each of the national/ regional/ state/ district level vis-à-vis a defined ideal. A CRISIL Inclusix score of 100 indicates the ideal state for each of the three parameters.


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