<b>Libralization It’s Impact on Indian Banking Sector</b> Indian financial sector has undergone an important role in inspiring and stabilizing the growth of an economy. Economics essentially involves the efficient transfer of funds in exchange for goods, services or promises of future return, it brought momentous changes in the financial sector in general and banking in particular. While there have been striking changes in the financial structure, India remains a bank conquered financial system. One of the major purposes of financial liberalization was to make the financial institutions more efficient and competent. A number of developing countries have undertaken financial sector reforms in order to pursue the goals of economic growth and improved living standards. This paper examines aspects of the development of India’s financial sector particularly after 1990 when financial liberalization began. The usual confidence is that liberalization process allows for the development of a competitive financial system, which aids the efficient allocation of resources by mobilizing savings through the growth of financial intermediation and asset diversification. Liberalization, banking, Development, India 431-436 Issue-6 Volume-1 Mohd Azhar Ud Din Malik | Tariq Ahmad Malik | Ajaz Ahmad Dass