KJ Udeshi named RBI's first woman deputy governor

The Reserve Bank of India has appointed Ms KJ Udeshi as a deputy governor. She becomes the first woman to hold the post of deputy governor and replaces GP Muniappan who retired on May 31.

Source: Financial Express

Ms KJ Udeshi was on Tuesday appointed deputy governor (DG) of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Ms Udeshi is the first woman deputy governor of RBI.

The government, in a notification, stated that she will hold charge as the deputy governor till October 12, 2005, when she attains the age

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