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A Comparative Study of Customers’ Perceptions of Service Quality Dimensions between Public and Private Banks in India

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Author(s): Neelotpaul Banerjee | Santosh Sah

Journal: International Journal of Business Administration
ISSN 1923-4007

Volume: 3;
Issue: 5;
Date: 2012;
Original page

ABSTRACT
Banking firms like other service providing firms are trying to improve their service quality to make customers satisfied with their services in order to survive in the dynamic business environment. This research paper uses the SERVQUAL model to identify the gap between customer expectations and perceptions of the actual service received in public and private banks in India. Outcomes of the study outlined that customers’ expectations are more with the private banks and the level of satisfaction is also higher while they deal with the private banks. In order to satisfy the customers the public banks should focus on improving the service in terms of tangibility, reliability, responsiveness and empathy.
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