The Reserve Bank of India was established on April 1, 1935 in accordance with the provisions of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934.
The Central Office of the Reserve Bank was initially established in Calcutta but was permanently moved to Mumbai in 1937. The Central Office is where the Governor sits and where policies are formulated.
Though originally privately owned, since national sation in 1949, the Reserve Bank is fully owned by the Government of India.
- Post Name : Medical Consultant
- No. of Vacancy : 01 Post
- Pay Scale : Rs.750/- (Per Hour)
RBI Recruitment :
- Educational Qualification : MBBS degree of any recognized university by the Medical Council of India in the allopathic system of medicine.
- Age Limit : As per RBI rules
Job Location : Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh)
Selection Process : Selection will be based on Interview.
Application Fee : There is no application fee.
How to Apply : Interested candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with relevant documents send to the Regional Director, Reserve Bank of India, Human Resource Management Department (Recruitment Section), Mahatma Gandhi Marg, Kanpur – 208001 on or before 09.10.2017.
The responsibility for ensuring financial stability has entailed the vesting of extensive powers in and operational objectives for the Reserve Bank for regulation and supervision of the financial system and its constituents, the money, debt and foreign exchange segments of the financial markets in India and the payment and settlement system. The endeavour of the Reserve Bank has been to develop a robust, efficient and diversified financial system so as to anchor financial stability and to facilitate effective transmission of monetary policy. In addition, the Reserve Bank pursues operational objectives in the context of its core function of issuance of bank notes and currency management as well as its agency functions such as banker to Government (Centre and States) and management of public debt; banker to the banking system including regulation of bank reserves and the lender of the last resort.
The specific features of the Indian economy, including its socio-economic characteristics, make it necessary for the Reserve Bank to operate with multiple objectives. Regulation, supervision and development of the financial system remain within the legitimate ambit of monetary policy broadly interpreted in India. The role of communication policy, therefore, lies in articulating the hierarchy of objectives in a given context in a transparent manner, emphasising a consultative approach as well as autonomy in policy operations and harmony with other elements of macroeconomic policies.