Central Banking

Shortage of note examiners at Indian central bank

INDIA - The Reserve Bank of India employees' union has warned of a shortage of currency note examiners and other experts in the central bank if the management does not reverse its policy of a "virtual" recruitment ban.

"While the currency notes in circulation is increasing in tens of millions of rupees, currency note examiners and other experts are not able to meet the workload as there has been a virtual recruitment freeze in the RBI for the last ten years," general secretary of the apex body

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