RBI Recruitment 2023: The government has taken out a post for the appointment of RBI Deputy Governor, whose monthly salary will be in lakhs of rupees. Information about eligibility has also been given in the notification.
RBI Deputy Governor: Government of India has invited applications for the post of Deputy Governor of RBI. Currently, MK Jain is on this post, whose tenure is getting completed in June. According to the notification issued, the government has taken out advertisements for this in newspapers on March 19 and the last date for application has been fixed till April 10.
What should be the qualification
The Government of India has said in the notification that there should be at least 15 years of experience in banking and financial market. There is a possibility that there may be one from the private sector as well. However, so far no deputy governor has been selected from the private sector. The age of the applicant should not be more than 60 years as on June 22, 2023.
This should also be a condition
Criteria for applicants should include extensive experience as a full time director or board member. Must have a very senior level understanding of supervision and compliance in the financial sector, strong ability to work with financial performance data, ability to discuss and present detailed information on any topic.
How much will be the salary
The government has issued a comprehensive notification for this qualification. According to this notification, the complete criteria for the post of Deputy Governor has been explained. The last date to apply is 10 April. A new deputy governor can be selected in June, as the post of the current deputy governor is falling vacant. According to the notification, the salary of the new Deputy Governor will be Rs 2.25 lakh (Level-17) per month.
Norms can also be relaxed
Explain that according to the notice, the Financial Sector Regulatory Appointments Search Committee (FRRSASC) is free to identify and recommend any other person on the basis of merit, who has not applied for the post. The committee may also relax the eligibility and qualification or experience criteria.