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Thursday, April 28, 2011

RBI creates two more ED posts

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has decided to increase the number of its executive directors from seven to nine. The two additional executive directors would be appointed in May. Since one of the executive directors would replace deputy governor Shyamala Gopinath, who would retire in May, RBI would conduct interviews to select a total of three executive directors. The move follows a review of the various important posts in RBI.

Among the eligible candidates P Vijay Bhaskar, regional director of Bangalore, is the most senior chief general manager, followed by B Mahapatra and G Padmanavan. A candidate requires three years of residual service to be eligible for the post of executive director. The retirement age for RBI employees is 60 years.

Of the seven RBI executive directors, V K Sharma is the most senior, followed by V S Das. G Gopalakrishna, HR Khan, D Mohanty, S Karuppasamy and R Gandhi are the other executive directors.

Source: Business Standard


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