Reserve Bank of India is the Central Bank of India. It can easily be termed as the ‘apex’ regulatory body of Indian financial system along with SEBI. The career at RBI provides you with following benefits:
- Social esteem – working with the Central Bank of India, the fastest growing economy entitles you for a greater social esteem. The general nature of the work encapsulate agenda of wider public good. You are the super banker and the most informed technocrat in the area of Indian economy. With an unblemished history of more than 80 years in the service of nation nothing can match the repute an RBI official draws in social circles.
- The Work-Life Balance – The RBI is known for providing the best in class work life balance. The work related stress is limited and salary structure along with attractive perks make it the most sought after employer.
- The knowledge driven career – The officers are known to have a wide array of knowledge on diverse topics because the organisation is termed as a knowledge institution. They are provided with wide exposure on money and banking subjects through various domestic and international trainings.
- The choice of masses– Despite being dreaded by many, every year more than 1 lac candidates are appearing in this exam. The recruitment cycle is shorter than of UPSC hence less stress. RBI is one of the most preferred employer in survey conducted by universumglobal . RBI was ranked as high as 2nd and 3rd during year 2017 and 2018.
- The package to envy– In public sector only All India Services and Central Government’s Group A services are comparable when it comes to salary and allowances. The lump-sum CTC is around Rs.16 lac for a newly recruited RBI Grade B officer.
- The best back up– For UPSC folks nothing can beat RBI when it comes to a sound back up having similar work exposure and esteem. Also, it’s the most suitable natural progression for any commercial banker. It’s a natural choice for any MBA/ECO guy.
- The social agenda– Through its social inclusion agenda and policies, RBI touches life of every Indian in a known or unknown way.