1. NAME : K.Gokila
CLASS : 1 MBA
ROLL NUMBER : PS6505
SUBJECT : Business
TOPIC : Functions of RBI
SUBMITTED TO : L.M. Mahalakshmi,
RBI is the central bank of our country.
RBI was established on April 1,1935 under the RBI
Reserve Bank was initially established in Kolkata
but was permanently moved to Mumbai in 1937.
Though originally privately owned, since
nationalization in 1949, the Reserve Bank is fully
owned by the Government of India.
Present Governor of RBI –
5. FUNCTIONS OF RBI
Issue of Currency Note
Banker to Government
Controller of Credit
Managing Foreign Exchange
Collection and Publication Data
Regulator and Supervisor of Commercial
Promotional or Developmental Functions
Clearing House Facility
6. ISSUE OF CURRENCY
Sec 22 of RPI Act.
Currency notes are issued in India by
the RBI – Signature by RPI Governor
One Rupee Coin – Issued by Finance
Ministry – Signed by Finance
7. Four Currency Note Printing Press
NASIK & DEWAS MYSORE & SALBONI
NASIK – Maharashtra
DE WAS - Madhya
This Controlled by
MYSORE – Karnataka
SALBONI – West
This Controlled by
Bharatiya Reserve Bank
Note Mudran Pvt. Ltd.
8. BANKER TO GOVERNMENT
Banker agent & adviser
It helps the government to float new loans and
manages the public debt.
It advises the government on all financial
matters such as loan operations. Investment,
agricultural and industrial finance, banking,
planning, economic development, etc.
10. CONTROLLER OF CREDIT
A major function of the RPI is to
formulate and administer the
country’s monetary policy.
Controls the volume of credit
Marginal standing facility
11. MANAGING FOREIGN
The RPI acts as the custodian of
India reserve of International
Removing fluctuation from exchange
market & maintaining competitive &
stable exchange rate
12. COLLECTION & PUBLICATION
o Collects & Complies the statistical
data on banking & Financial
o The Central Bank conducts surveys
and publishers reports and bulletins.
o It maintains relation with international
financial institutions such as World
Bank, IMF, etc.
13. REGULATORY AND
Regulator & Supervisor of
Commercial & Co-operative Banks.
Granting License to banks.
Branch expansion , manages liquidity
and assets , Management & methods
of working of commercial banks.
14. CLEARING HOUSE
o The clearing house is a voluntary association of
banks under the management of a bank where
the settlement accounts are maintained.
o Clearing Houses are managed by Reserve Bank
of India and other centers managed by various
Public Sector Banks managing the clearing
15. PROMOTIONAL OR
Promotion of Banking Habit
Provision of finance Industrial finance and
The RBI has helped in the settings of the
IFCI, the SFCs, the UTI, the IDBI, the
Agricultural Refinance Cooperation of India
The RBI has also taken initiative for
widening financial facilities for foreign
Central Bank plays important role in
achieving economic growth of a developing
RBI is an autonomous body promoted by
the government of India and is
headquartered at Mumbai treasury foreign
exchange movements and is also the
primary regulator for banking and non-
banking financial institutions.
The RBI operates a number of government
mints that produce currency and coins.