Volume 1 Issue 2

Volume 1 Issue 2

The New Normal Era in Social Control and Banking Law

By Isha Bharti,
Student , ILS Law College, Pune


Financial institutions have become an unavoidable and significant institution for a nation’s growth. These banks have served as both a regulator and a driver for the country’s economic progress. We may now see the development of banks in the country, with the poor and underprivileged being the principal beneficiaries of the banking programme. Banks began as urban money lending companies for businesses and industries. Only via government assistance could the benefits of banking reach the poor and rural people. The process of transforming banks from simply financial entities to social institutions is known as ‘social control.’ This paper aims to provide a neutral view of banking law and presents a new perspective in the Covid-19 era.

Recommended Citations :


Isha Bharti, ‘The New Normal Era in Social Control and Banking Law’, [2021] 2 IJBLS


Bluebook 19th Ed.

Isha Bharti, The New Normal Era in Social Control and Banking Law, 1 IJBLS 2, 86-104 (2021)