Efficiency of Microfinance Banks and Institutes: In Creation of Self-Employment in Pakistan


  • Hassan Ali Department of Management Sciences, Capital University of Science and Technology Islamabad, Pakistan.
  • Rameez Nasir Department of Accounting and Finance, University of Central Punjab, Rawalpindi Campus, Pakistan.




Microfinance Banks, Microfinance Institutions, Self-Employment


The aim of this research is to make comparison between the microfinance banks and microfinance institutes in creation of self-employment in Pakistan. The data extract from the years 2018-2022, the 4 financial banks and institutes has been taken. The different types of profitability ratio are used in this research. The population of the research is twenty-seven but the sample size of this research is eight and the random sampling technique is used. The SPSS was used and the t-test was applied to the data. To analyze for the purpose of investigating for their performances. The various ratios to apply for their productivity, rates of lending loans as well as how much people got loans from them and what are the criteria of lending loans, feasibility of lending the loans and profitability trend in each sector. This research concludes that after applying all the ratios analyzing its return and seeing the efficiency of microfinance banks and institutes, as their major focus is to make the country prosperous by lending the loan to the people as it has consumed less days to grants loans that creates self-employment in Pakistan. The researcher comes to this point that from considering all the facts and figures, terms and conditions, rules and regulations of all aspects of microfinance banks and institutes. The basis of this research, its profitability is more, the customers are more attracted towards it. The less working days it consumes than the other ones. Its liabilities and expenses are less than the others.





How to Cite

Efficiency of Microfinance Banks and Institutes: In Creation of Self-Employment in Pakistan. (2023). International Journal of Management Research and Emerging Sciences, 13(4). https://doi.org/10.56536/m22jnf66

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