AIRBEA National Conference concludes; Ajit Subedar President, Sameer Ghosh General Secretary


Kolkata > The All India Reserve Financial institution Staff Affiliation has concluded its thirty-third nationwide convention in Kolkata, declaring that the Reserve Financial institution’s autonomy must be maintained and strengthened. Organizational representatives from numerous Reserve Financial institution places of work within the nation participated within the convention held from March 14 to 16 at Salt Lake Stadium Quarters, Kolkata. The convention accepted the report introduced by General Secretary Sameer Ghosh. Resolutions to supply provident fund to these underneath NPS, repeal the Labor Code, keep the autonomy of RBI, guarantee safety of public sector banks and broaden the general public sector had been adopted.

Biplav Das

Ajit Subedar (Mumbai) was unanimously elected because the President, Samir Ghosh (Kolkata) because the General Secretary and Biplav Das (Kolkata) because the Treasurer.

Different Officers:

Working President: A Govinda Swamy (Chennai)
Vice Presidents: Bidyut Chakraborty (Nagpur), Anoop Mishra (Kanpur), Kapil Dev Thakur (Patna)

Secretaries: Prashant SBS (Thiruvananthapuram), SP Bhogle (Mumbai), Biplav Das (Kolkata), Harish Babu MV (Hyderabad), RS Rathore (New Delhi).

Advisors: KK Sharma, NP Dave, GN Parikh.

RBI Central HRMD Chief General Supervisor Subra Das addressed the delegation. BEFI All India General Secretary Debashish Basu Chowdhury and AIBEA President Rajen Nagar had been the particular company. R M Palande, Gavin Kohilo, Jeet Pathak and LR Parab had been felicitated by the leaders of assorted organizations of the Reserve Financial institution.

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