Reserve Bank Of India Jobs for Gov Medical Consultant in Mumbai
Reserve Bank Of India
Post Name : Banks Medical Consultant (BMC) No. of Vacancy : 02 Posts Pay Scale : Rs. 750/- (Per hour) Educational Qualification : Candidate should be a MBBS degree of any university recognized by the Medical Council of India in the allopathic system of medicine with 02 years experience in any hospital or as Medical Practitioner. Nationality : Indian Age Limit : As per RBI Rules Job Location : Mumbai (Maharashtra) Selection Process : Selection will be made on Interview. How to Apply RBI Vacancy : Interested candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with attested copies of relevant documents & experience certificate send to the Regional Director, Reserve Bank of India, Human Resource Management Department, Recruitment Section, Main Building, Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg, Mumbai 400 001 on or before 16.05.2016. Important Dates to Remember : Last Date For Submission of Application : 16.05.2016
Candidate should be a MBBS degree of any university recognized by the Medical Council of India in the allopathic system of medicine with 02 years experience in any hospital or as Medical Practitioner.
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2016-04-22 to 2017-04-22
About Reserve bank of india
The Reserve Bank of India was set up on April 1, 1935. It is one of the few central banks to document its institutional history. So far, it has brought out four volumes of its history. Volume 1, covering the period from 1935 to 1951, was published in 1970. It details the initiatives taken to put in place a central bank for India and covers the formative years of the Reserve Bank. It highlights the challenges faced by the Reserve Bank and the Government during World War II and the post-independence era.
Volume 2, covering the period from 1951 to 1967 was published in 1998. This period heralded an era of planned economic development in India. This volume captures the initiatives taken to strengthen, modify and develop the economic and financial structure of the country. Apart from the Reserve Banks role as the monetary authority, it highlights the endeavour to establish an institutional infrastructure for agricultural and long-term industrial credit in India. This volume succinctly covers the external payment problems faced by the country and the rupee devaluation of 1966.
On March 18, 2006, Honble Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh released the third volume of the Reserve Banks history covering the period from 1967 to 1981. An important event of this period was nationalisation of fourteen banks in 1969, leading to spread of banking in countrys hinterland. The issues of safety and prudence in banking also gained prominence. Internationally, the abandonment of the Bretton Woods system in 1971 posed serious challenges for the developing countries including India. The volume also deals with the matters of co-ordination between the Reserve Bank and the Government.