External Research Schemes


External Research Activities supported by the Reserve Bank through Development Research Group (DRG)
Corpus Funds
About Corpus Fund
Established RBI Chairs
Financing Research Project
About Financing Research Project
Indicative Guidelines for Financing Research Projects
Ongoing Research Projects
Project Studies Completed
Financing Publications of Research Journals
About Financing Publications of Research Journals
Indicative Guidelines for Financing Publications of Research Journals
Financing Conferences/Workshops/Seminars
About Financing Conferences/Workshops/Seminars
Indicative Guidelines for financing Conferences/ Workshops/ Seminars
Scholarship Scheme for Faculty Members from Academic Institutions
About Scholarship Scheme for Faculty Members from Academic Institution
Indicative Guidelines for Scholarship Scheme for Faculty Members from Academic Institutions
Prof. K N Raj Memorial National Fellowship Scheme
About Prof. K. N. Raj Memorial National Fellowship Scheme
Indicative Guidelines for Prof. K.N. Raj Memorial National Fellowship Scheme
Notification
Programme Funding Scheme
About Programme Funding Scheme
Indicative Guidelines for Programme Funding Scheme
DRG Study Series
About DRG Study Series
Indicative Guidelines for DRG Studies
Studies Completed
Current Studies
New Studies - Notification
Committees related to External Research Activities
Steering Committee on Economic and Policy Research (SCEPR)
Contact Us

External Research Activities supported by the Reserve Bank through Development Research Group (DRG)

The Reserve Bank (hereafter the ‘Bank’) provides financial support to Universities and Research Institutions to facilitate theoretical and quantitative research and teaching/ training in economics, banking, finance and other subject of interest to the Bank. The broad categories for providing the Bank’s financial support for Research Activities through Development Research Group (DRG) are:

  • Reserve Bank of India’s Endowment Scheme.

  • Development Research Group Study Series.

About Development Research Group

The Development Research Group (DRG) was constituted in the Bank as part of the Department of Economic and Policy Research (erstwhile Department of Economic Analysis and Policy) in November 1991 with the objective of undertaking quick and effective policy-oriented research, backed by strong analytical and empirical formulations, on subjects of current interest.

RBI Endowment Scheme

The RBI Endowment Scheme is the oldest channel for funding research programmes though there have been changes and modifications from time to time in line with evolving circumstances. The Scheme is being operationalised in the following four ways:

  • Corpus Funds

  • Funding of specific Research Projects,

  • Financial support for publication of Research Journals,

  • Financial support for Conferences/Seminars/Workshops/Publication,

  • Scholarship Scheme for Faculty Members from Academic Institutions,

  • Prof. K.N. Raj Memorial National Fellowship Scheme

  • Programme Funding Scheme.


Corpus Funds

About Corpus Fund

Prior to 2001, there were 17 RBI Professorial Chairs instituted in premier Universities and Research Institutions in India with due consideration to the geographical distribution and diversification in the areas/subjects. Grants for the Chairs, which were in the nature of advances/reimbursements of expenditure, were provided according to their approved annual budget estimates. With a view to modifying the Endowment Scheme in line with evolving circumstances, as approved by the Central Board, the system of annual funding of the RBI Chairs was replaced by setting up of corpus funds in these Universities/Research Institutions.


Established RBI Chairs

Corpus Funds in Universities/Research Institutions (Professorial Chairs)

Sr.No. Name and Address of University/Research Institute Area of Specialisation & Year of Commencement
1. University of Mumbai (Chair in Monetary Economics)

Department of Economics, Justice M.G. Ranade Bhavan,, Vidyanagari, Vidyanagari Marg, Mumbai- 400098
Monetary Economics
1957
2. Gokhale Institute of Politics And Economics

Deccan Gymkhana, Pune – 411004
Finance
1976
3. Institute of Economic Growth

University Enclave, North Delhi Campus, New Delhi -110007
Econometrics
1976
4. Institute for Social and Economic Change

Nagarbhavi P.O., Bangalore - 560072
Social Services
1976
5. National Institute of Public Finance and Policy

18/2 Satsang Vihar Marg, Special Institutional Area, Near JNU, New Delhi -110007
Fiscal Policy
1977
6. Centre for Development Studies

Ulloor, Thiruvananthapuram – 695011 Kerala
Development Economics
1976
7. Council for Social Development

IMPART Unit, Hyderabad5-6-151, Rajendranagar (Near NIRD Gate), Hyderabad 500030
Rural, Urban Development
1986
8. Madras Institute of Development Studies

79, Second Main Road, Gandhi Nagar, Adyar, Chennai - 600020
Regional Economics
1985
9. Utkal University

Vani Vihar,Bhubaneswar – 751004
Institutional Finance
1979
10. University of Mumbai (Chair in Monetary Economics)

Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Professorship in Political Economy, Vidyanagari, Vidyanagari Marg,Mumbai – 400098
Political Economy
1991
11. Centre for Studies in Social Sciences

R-1, Baishanabghata-Patuli Township, Kolkata– 700 094
Industrial Finance
1991
12. Jawaharlal Nehru University

Centre for Economic Studies & Planning, School of Social Sciences, New Campus, New Delhi - 110007
Economic Theory
1992
13. Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad

Vastrapur, Ahmedabad- 380015
Industrial Economics
1976
14. Institute of Rural Management,

P.B.No.60 Anand – 388001
Problems in Rural Sector
1985
15. Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations

East Court;4th floor,India Habitat Centre, Core 6A, Lodi Road, New Delhi-110003
International Economics
1993
16. Indian Institute of Management Bangalore

Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore-560076
Infrastructure Management
1997
17. Centre for Research in Rural and Industrial Development

Sector 19- A, Madhya Marg Chandigarh – 160 019
New Chair - June 2011 Regional Economy, Informal and Formal Credit and Financial Inclusion in the North-West Region.
18. Administrative Staff College of India

Bella Vista, Raj Bhavan Road Hyderabad – 500 082
New Chair - June 2011 Financial Management, Innovation and Regulation

Financing Research Project

About Financing Research Project

The Reserve Bank has been financing research projects since 1985 under the endowment scheme, initially on an annual basis and for small specific projects submitted by individual scholars, to cover full/part of the cost of specific research projects/programmes. The Bank has been also extending finance for projects for longer periods since 1996-97. The projects are given financial assistance with a view to support the Bank with research in the areas like real, monetary, financial economics etc. for policy purpose.


Indicative Guidelines for Financing Research Project

Initiation of Project

  • Based on the research Project recommended by the Central/Local Boards of the Bank, the Bank may use www.rbi.org.in website platform to invite applicants for projects.

  • Project may also be taken up with outside researcher/institution/experts as identified by SCEPR from the Research Agenda of the Bank.

  • The applications containing all the necessary details for undertaking scrutiny including the budget estimates and the time line for the Project will be examined by the Bank for short listing.

Assignment of Project

  • The Bank may decide the assignment of the Project based on the scrutiny of the Project proposals received through its website. In case no application is received through website or not satisfied with the proposals received, the Bank may decide to assign the Project directly to an institution/ researcher/ expert.

  • With a view to benefit the Bank’s researchers, the Bank may identify internal team of at least two researchers to be a part of the research project.

Compensation of Project

  • The magnitude of the grant for projects should be based on the need of the project, considering the theme/ subject area of each project proposed by the researcher/institution.

  • Regarding the funding of the Project, it may be a one-time amount (budgeted) taking into all factors during the period of the Project. The Bank may design the phasing of release of money during the period of the Project subject to fulfilment of terms and conditions indicated in the letter of offer from the Bank.

  • The Bank may not entertain any cost escalation or additional amount for the project.

Duration

  • As decided by the Bank it will be indicated in the offer letter.

  • Whatever the time-line prescribed in the project terms and conditions, it should be strictly adhered to by the project managers.

Monitoring and reviewing of the Project

  • The Steering Committee on Economic and Policy Research (SCEPR) may review the progress of the Project.

  • If the Project is not progressing as per terms and conditions/ lack of compliances/ poor response for follow-up, the Committee may take a view on shelving the Project/release of instalments.

Peer Review of the Project Report

  • Peer Review condition will be indicated in the terms and conditions of the project.

  • The Bank may send the project report to internal as well as external referees seeking their comments on the Project Report.

  • The comments/views may be addressed before finally submitting the project Report.

Copyright issues and Publication

  • The copyright for the Project output will rest solely with the Bank.


Ongoing Research Projects

No. Institute and Project Subject
1. RBI - Madras School of Economics (MSE) Macro Econometric Modeling
2. Dr. Seema Arora, Visiting Scholar, Stanford University An Evidence Based Evaluation Framework for Technologically Delivered Financial Intermediation

Project Studies Completed


Financing for Publications of Research Journals

About Financing for Publications of Research Journals

The Reserve Bank provides financial support to non-profit professional societies/ research associations for meeting a part of the cost incurred by them in publishing their Journals covering disciplines like Economics, Econometrics and allied subjects. Financial support is extended for bringing out publications in diverse areas like demography, agricultural economics, agricultural marketing, health economics, econometrics, development economics, monetary economics etc.


Indicative Guidelines for Financing Publications of Research Journals

Application submission

Any non-profit academic/research institution is eligible to apply to the Bank for financial grant for publication only once in a financial year.

Details to be submitted in the application

The Reserve Bank may be given the following details for scrutiny of applications from institutions seeking funding for publications of research journals.

  • Name of the Institution

  • Non-profit institution or not

  • Name of the Journal

  • Date of the publication

  • List of co-Sponsors

  • Exact Budget estimates for the Publication (covering details on various major heads, and amount committed form other sponsors).

About Co-sponsor

As the Bank provides only part of the cost of publication after rigorous scrutiny, no application may be entertained without any co-sponsors or commitment or indication from the publisher to spend money from his sources.

Compliances

  • The Bank may insist on compulsory submission of utilisation certificate issued by the Chartered Accountant within one month from the date of the release of the said publication.

  • Two copies of the publication may have to be compulsorily submitted along with utilization certificate.

  • In case of non-compliances, the Bank will reserve the right to reject the future proposals.

Publications

The finally cleared project study by the Top Management will be published on the Bank's website

Project Studies Completed


Financing of Conferences/Workshops/Seminars

About Financing of Conferences/Workshops/Seminars

The Reserve Bank provides financial support to professional bodies/research associations and also to Universities/Research Institutions for holding Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops (henceforth event) in areas which are of relevance to the Bank.


Indicative Guidelines for financing Conferences/Workshops/Seminars

Application submission for holding events

The Reserve Bank provides financial support to professional bodies/research associations and also to Universities/Research Institutions for holding Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops (henceforth event).

  • Any academic research institution is eligible to apply for the grant only once in a financial year (July-June).

  • It is mandatory that all applications should be submitted two months before the date of the event.

  • The Bank may reserve the right to reject the application ab initio if the terms are not complied with.

Details to be submitted in the application

The Reserve Bank may seek the following information from the institutions for considering grant for the event:

  • Name of the Institution holding the Seminar/ Workshop/ Conference.

  • Title of the event.

  • Themes and objectives of the proposed event.

  • Number of expected participants/ invitees/Experts/panelists.

  • Date/Duration of the event.

  • Venue of the event.

  • List of Co-Sponsors.

  • Detailed Budget estimates for the event (covering details on various major heads, amount committed form other sponsors).

About Co-sponsor

As the Bank sponsors the event partially, no application for event will be entertained without any co-sponsor(s).

Compliances

  • It is compulsory to submit utilisation certificate issued by the Chartered Accountant within one month from the date of completion of the event.

  • Proceedings of the event to be submitted after the conclusion of the event within one month along with utilization certificate.

  • In case of non-compliance within the said period, the Bank may reserve the right to reject the future proposals. This may be communicated to the institutions while intimating them about sanction/ release of fund one month prior to the date of the event.


Scholarship Scheme for Faculty Members from Academic Institutions

About Scholarship Scheme for Faculty Members from Academic Institution

The scholarship scheme for faculty members aims at bringing on board scholars, who would be able to take up and pursue critical projects successfully and thereby contribute to the Bank’s research universe. The Reserve Bank of India invites full time faculty members teaching economics or finance in any UGC-recognised institution in India to undertake short term research in the areas of monetary and financial economics, banking, real sector issues and other areas of interest to the Bank.


Indicative Guidelines for Scholarship Scheme for Faculty Members from Academic Institutions

Objectives

The broad objectives of the scheme are:

  • To increase awareness about the activities of the Bank amongst faculty members and student community; and

  • To provide exposure to faculty members teaching economics and/or finance in different areas/activities in the Bank.

Eligibility

The eligibility criteria for the scheme are as follows:

  • Full-time faculty teaching economics and/or finance in any UGC-recognised academic institution in India.

  • Indian nationals.

  • Age below 55 years.

Theme

The major themes of research for the visiting faculty will be decided by the Bank.

Schedule of Scheme

  • The scheme would be operated every year.

  • The completed applications should reach the Bank within one month from the date of advertisement.

  • Interview of short-listed candidates would be held within amonth after listing the eligible candidates.

  • Commencement of the scholarship scheme would be within three months from the date of selection of candidates.

Notification

The Bank reserves the right to choose the mode of communication to public, in any/ all of the following ways:

  • Publishing advertisements in leading newspapers across India, including vernacular press.

  • Displaying the advertisement on the RBI website.

  • Sensitisation of full time faculty of colleges/Universities/other academic institutions through our Regional Directors.

  • Information sent directly to select Research Institutions/Universities.

Submission of Application

  • The application in hard copy may be forwarded to the Director, Development Research Group, Department of Economic and Policy Research, 7th Floor, Central Office Building, Reserve Bank of India, Fort, Mumbai - 400 001. The application should be sent along with detailed curriculum vitae and Research proposal of not more than 1000 words.

  • The application can also be sent in a soft version at deprdrg@rbi.org.in

  • Any queries related to the scheme may also be addressed to the same e-mail address as above.

Selection Process

The applications received from full time faculty would be scrutinized by the Development Research Group. The short-listed candidates will be interviewed by a selection panel comprising of senior officials from DEPR and other departments of the Bank. The candidates found suitable would be invited to undertake research in the topic agreed by the Bank.

Number of scholars

A maximum of three faculties would be considered for one financial year depending on mutual convenience. The Bank, at its discretion, may vary the number of faculty for any year.

Duration of the Project

The length of each visit of the faculty could be flexible but will not be normally more than six months.

Administration of the scheme

The scheme will be administered by Development Research Group, Department of Economic and Policy Research, 7th Floor, Central Office Building, Reserve Bank of India, Fort, Mumbai - 400 001.

Facilities

The main facilities that will be made available to the visiting faculty would be as follows:

  • Economy class return airfare from place of work in India.

  • Payment of monthly allowance for research assistance as decided by the Bank. In addition to the monthly remuneration, on completion of the Project/ Research paper and on acceptance of the same by the Bank, payment of honorarium as decided by the Bank will be made.

Responsibilities

The selected faculty will have the following responsibilities:

  • The visiting faculty will be required to submit a research paper/project report that contributes to the Bank’s research activities.

  • The visiting faculty could be asked to share the research output through a seminar or a publication within the Bank.

  • The visiting faculty would have the permission to publish it elsewhere outside the Bank with prior permission of the Bank in writing.


Prof. K N Raj Memorial National Fellowship Scheme

About Prof. K. N. Raj Memorial National Fellowship Scheme

Prof. K N Raj Memorial National Fellowship Scheme has been established by Reserve Bank of India from 2012-13 in honour of Prof. K N Raj for rendering outstanding services by contributing to the economic development of the nation. The Scheme will facilitate research scholars from domestic/abroad to engage in research activities for short term in identified academic institutions in India.

Indicative Guidelines for Prof. K. N. Raj Memorial National Fellowship Scheme

The broad objectives of the Fellowship Scheme are:

1. Objectives

  • To strengthen and promote academic research activities by encouraging collaborative efforts with eminent research scholar to work in University/ Research institution.

  • To address some of the policy challenges through short term research activity.

  • To provide an opportunity to the researchers in University/Research institutions to work with distinguished economists.

2. Eligibility

The eligibility criteria for the Scheme are as follows:

  • Distinguished scholars in the field of social sciences from reputed domestic/ international Universities/ Research institutions (Indian or foreign nationals).

  • Scholars having outstanding professional contributions including publication of papers/articles in leading international Journals.

  • Scholars sponsored by reputed domestic/international Universities/Research institutions fulfilling the eligibility criteria.

3. Theme

The theme identified by the Steering Committee on Economic and Policy Research (SCEPR) of Reserve Bank of India will become the basis for research.

4. Selection Process

  • Only those applications, complete in all respects, as per format along with a research proposal of not more than 1000 words, received before due date will be considered.

  • The candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of the research proposal and curriculum vitae by the selection Committee set up by Reserve Bank of India.

  • The shortlisted candidates will then be interviewed by a selection panel.

  • The candidates found suitable would be invited to undertake research on the theme decided by Reserve Bank of India.

N.B.: The Reserve Bank will identify research/academic institution (host institution) where the selected scholar has to carry the research work.

5. Submission of Application

The application, along with detailed curriculum vitae and the research proposal, completed in all respect in the prescribed form (format enclosed) should be sent to “Director, Development Research Group, Department of Economic and Policy Research, 7th Floor, Central Office Building, Reserve Bank of India, Fort, Mumbai - 400 001”.
The soft version (in addition to hard copy) and/or any queries related to the Scheme may be sent to deprdrg@rbi.org.in

6. Number of Scholarship

Only one Scholar may be selected at a time under the Scheme.

7. Duration of the Scheme

The duration of the Scheme will be for a period of three months but could be spread across a period of six months in order to give flexibility to the scholar.

8. Administration of the Scheme

The Scheme will be administered by Development Research Group, Department of Economic and Policy Research, Central Office Building, Reserve Bank of India, Fort, Mumbai – 400 001.

9. Responsibilities

The responsibilities of the selected scholar include the following:

  • The selected scholar will firm up the research topic in consultation with Reserve Bank of India

  • The selected scholar will have to adhere to the time frame committed to the Reserve Bank under the Scheme.

  • The scholar on completion of the study should make a seminar presentation at Reserve Bank, Mumbai.

  • The Reserve Bank reserves the first right to publish the research study paper as web publication in the DRG web portal.

  • Both the Reserve Bank and the scholar will have the copyright over the Study.


Notification

Programme Funding Scheme

About Programme Funding Scheme

The Programme Funding Scheme has been established to bridge the gap of existing Endowment Schemes and also to encourage research activities to address the newly emerging complex policy issues.


Indicative Guidelines for Programme Funding Scheme

The Programme Funding Scheme to be operated by the Bank will have the following features:

  1. Annual Plan of research programmes (including detailed budget) received from Universities/Research institutions will be processed under the Scheme by DRG and put up to SCEPR for consideration/approval.

  2. Funding under the Scheme to the institutions will cease to exist after a period of three years.

  3. The Universities/Research institutions receiving the grant will have to sign an Agreement with the Reserve Bank with necessary deliverables (mutually agreed) and other terms and conditions under the Scheme.

  4. Annual review of performance of institutions under the Scheme will be carried out by a Committee set up by SCEPR.

  5. Copyright for the research carried out under the Scheme will rest with the Bank.


Administration of the Scheme

The Scheme will be administered by the Development Research Group, Department of Economic and Policy Research, 7th Floor, Central Office Building, Reserve Bank of India, Fort, Mumbai – 400 001.


DRG Study Series

About DRG Study Series

DRG Study Series are the outcome of collaborative efforts between the experts outside the Bank and the pool of research talent within the Bank. These studies are released for wider circulation with a view to generating constructive discussion among professional economists and policymakers.


Indicative Guidelines for DRG Study Series

Initiation of DRG Studies

  • The identified research themes/topics will be placed in public domain (www.rbi.org.in) by the Bank inviting interested economists/experts/ researchers to submit their proposals in a month’s time from the date of announcement.

  • DRG of DEPR will be the Secretariat for DRG Study Series. All the proposals for DRG Study Series will be received by DRG and processed and put up to the Committee set up by the Bank for approval.

  • If the DRG Study is found to be highly technical in nature, the proposal may be referred to an external expert in the subject.

Assignment of DRG Study Series

  • To avoid any time overrun, before assigning the Study, the Bank may ensure data requirements carefully assessed by the external expert. This will ensure time line to be followed by the Team for the Study.

  • DRG will be issuing a formal offer letter indicating the terms and conditions of the Study.

  • The period of the Study should not exceed six months.

  • For quick and effective policy-oriented approach, research studies required to be externally assigned are drawn on the lines of research agenda of the Bank with the terms and conditions to include strict adherence to the periodicity of 6 months.

  • The internal team members included in the DRG Study may have to be more conversant with the research topic so as to facilitate the completion of the Study on time.

  • On a review, if the Steering Committee constituted by the Bank feels that the Study is not progressing on the desired lines and needs to be shelved, it may do so by giving necessary directions to DRG.

  • The responsibility for the Study rests with the external expert only.

  • Confidential data/information, if required by external expert for DRG Study will not be parted with by the Reserve Bank.

Compensation

  • The exact amount for DRG Study may be finalised within the indicative range suggested by the Expert Committee. The honorarium amount as decided by the Bank will be settled only after publishing the DRG Study on the RBI website.

  • Exact amount of honorarium for each Study will be decided on a case-by-case basis depending on the nature and complexity of the Study.

  • An allowance, as decided by the Bank, may be paid as per diem allowance to the external expert during his/her visits to the DRG, Central Office, Mumbai in connection with the Study.

Other Facilities

  • The Bank may provide restricted economy domestic air-fare ticket during visits to Central Office Mumbai.

  • Accommodation during their visit in Mumbai as decided by the Bank.

  • Local transport may be provided at the disposal of the external expert during his/her stay or visit to Mumbai.

  • The Bank may not encourage more than two visits of the external experts to Mumbai depending upon the necessity, and each trip may not exceed two to three days at a stretch.

Peer Review

  • DRG Studies are refereed publications.

  • The comments of the referee may be forwarded to the external expert for his/her action/implementation.

Seminar

  • Internal team may be encouraged to present a Seminar on the Study, say after 3 months of commencing the Study in the Central Office of the Reserve Bank, reflecting interim progress report.

  • Besides as indicated above a Seminar in the mid-term of the Project, DRG may arrange for the final Seminar of the Study before its submission to the Bank. Based on the feedback received, the Study may be firmed up by the Study Team.

  • After seeking clearance from the top management, the study will be placed on the Bank's website.

Publication

The finally cleared DRG Study by the Top Management will be published on RBI website.


Studies Completed


Current Studies

No. Topic
1 Monetary Transmission Policy using Bayesian VAR Methods
2 Growing Scale Neutrality in Agriculture
3 Capital Flows, Exchange Rate and Financial Stability
4 On the Sources of Cyclical Fluctuations in Output

New Studies – Notification


Committees related to External Research Activities

Steering Committee on Economic and Policy Research (SCEPR)

The Bank has constituted a Steering Committee on Economic and Policy Research (SCEPR) under the Chairmanship of Dr. Urjit Patel, Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India. A brief on the constitution of SCEPR is given below.

Objectives

The major objectives of the Committee are as follows:

  • Identifying broader research areas for external research activities encompassing RBI Chairs, DRG Study Series and Projects by linking it with the Research Agenda of the Bank.

  • Formalising sub committees for reviewing research activities of the RBI Chairs, DRG Study Series and near term and medium-term Projects.

  • Ensuring accountability, transparency, usefulness and above all timeliness of various Schemes of external research activities of the Reserve Bank.

Composition

The present composition of the Committee is as follows:

1. Dr. Urjit R. Patel, Deputy Governor, Research Departments, RBI Chairman
2. Shri Deepak Mohanty, Executive Director, Research Departments, RBI Vice Chairman
3. Shri B.M Misra, Officer-in-Charge, DEPR Member
4. Dr. M.D Patra, Principal Adviser, MPD Member
5. Shri A. B Chakraborty, Officer-in-Charge, DSIM Member
6. Shri G. Mahalingam, Principal Chief General Manager, FMD Member
7. Shri K. K Vohra, Principal Chief General Manager, IDMD Member
8. Shri A. Udgata, Principal Chief General Manager, RPCD Member
9. Shri B.P Kanungo, Regional Director, Kolkata Member
10. Shri P.R Ravi Mohan, Regional Director, Bhopal Member
11. Shri M. Rajeshwar Rao, Chief General Manager, RMD Member

Academic Experts

12. Dr. Pulapre Balakrishnan Member
13. Dr. Errol D’Souza Member
14. Dr. Brinda Viswanathan Member
15. Dr. Anindya Sen Member
16. Dr. Manoj Panda Member
17. Dr. Naveen Srinivasan Member
18. Dr. Laveesh Bhandari Member
19. Dr. Ashima Goyal Member
20. Director, DRG, DEPR Member-Secretary

Three sub-Committees out of the Members from SCEPR were formed in order to guide SCEPR in reviewing/strenthening the activities of the RBI Chairs, evaluating the research studies/projects and in considering/short-listing the various research proposals received from outside.

  • Sub-Committee of SCPER for Corpus Fund

  • Sub-Committee of SCPER for DRG Study Series

  • Sub-Committee of SCPER for Projects


Contact Us

Director
Development Research Group
Department of Economic Policy and Research
Reserve Bank of India
7th Floor, Central Office Building
Fort, Mumbai – 400 001

E-mail ID: deprdrg@rbi.org.in

Phone Numbers: +91-22- 2260 1000 Extn. 2246/ 2528/ 2642

FAX: +91-22-2263 0061

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