D. Subba Rao: Governor
Dr. D. Subba Rao is 22nd Governor of Reserve Bank of India. He is an IAS of 1972 Batch of Andhra Pradesh Cadre. Born in Vijayawada , Andhra Pradesh, he was educated at IIT Kharagpur and IIT Kanpur.
He served as Finance Secretary to the Government of Andhra Pradesh in 1990s and was in the Prime Minister's economic advisory council in early this decade. He was a lead economist with the World Bank and had worked on various issues in public finance in countries of Africa and East Asia.
H.R. Khan: Deputy Governor
Khan is in charge of the Department of External Investments and Operations, Foreign Exchange Department, Internal Debt Management Department and Inspection Department and some others.
Dr. K C Chakrabarty: Deputy GovernorDr. Kamalesh Chandra Chakrabarty took over the charge as Deputy
Governor of the Reserve Bank of India in June 2009. He oversees Customer Service Department, Department of Administration and Personnel Management, Department of Information Technology, Department of Payment and Settlement Systems, Human Resources Development Department, Rajbhasha Department, Rural Planning & Credit Department, Urban Banks Department. He held the posts of Chairman and Managing Director of Indian Bank and Punjab National Bank and Chairman, Indian Banks' Association before taking charge as Deputy Governor in the Reserve Bank of India.
Anand Sinha : Deputy Governor
Reserve Bank of India's 4th Deputy Governor Anand Sinha was appointed in January 2011.
He was an executive director of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Its worth note that a deputy governor in RBI can be appointed for a maximum of five years or till the age of 62, whichever is earlier. Mr. Sinha holds a Masters' degree in Physics from the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi. He had joined the central bank in 1976. He has been elevated to the post after retirement of Usha Thorat in November 2010.
Urjit Patel: Deputy Governor
Urjit Patel succeeded Subir Gokarn to become new deputy governor at the RBI.
He is a PhD in economics from the Yale University and a non-resident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, a US-based think-tank. He will have a 2-year term at the regulator.
Note: RBI has four deputy governors, of which, by convention, two are promoted from within the ranks, one is an economist and the other one a commercial banker.