Examining The Role Of Technology In Preventing And Detecting Banking Frauds And Crimes In India

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Mr. Nirav Rashmikant Goda
Dr. Nishikant Jha


The banking sector in India has been facing significant challenges due to the increasing rate of frauds
and crimes. The advancements in technology have opened new avenues for banking criminals, which
has made it challenging for banks to prevent and detect such incidents. This research paper aims to
examine the role of technology in preventing and detecting banking frauds and crimes in India. The
study will use a mixed-methods research design, combining qualitative interviews with bank officials
and quantitative surveys with customers. The research will cover a range of topics, including the types
and prevalence of banking frauds and crimes in India, the current technological measures used by
banks to prevent and detect such incidents, and the effectiveness of these measures. The findings of
this research will provide insights into how technology can be leveraged to improve banking security
and fraud prevention in India.

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Author Biographies

Mr. Nirav Rashmikant Goda

Research Scholar – JJTU, BBI Coordinator, Thakur College of Science & Commerce, Mumbai

Dr. Nishikant Jha

Research Supervisor (Guide), Vice Principal (Commerce), HoD Accounting & Finance, Thakur
College of Science & Commerce (Affiliated to University of Mumbai)