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Economic Rockstar Raghuram Govind Rajan

Economic Rockstar Raghuram Govind Rajan was born on 3 February 1963 in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. His father R Govindarajan was an IPS officer from the 1953 group. He followed his father’s steps of excellence. Later Rajan received his Electrical engineering degree from IIT, Delhi, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from the distinguished IIM Ahmedabad.

Economic Rockstar Raghuram Govind Rajan
Economic Rockstar Raghuram Govind Rajan

Raghuram Rajan is a famous Indian economist and the then Governor of the Reserve Bank of India. Other than this currently he is the Vice-Chairman of the Bank for International Settlements. He worked as the 23rd Governor of the Reserve Bank of India and his three-year ownership is recognized for producing the river-like flowing rupee back to power and for damaging down the increase tusks to 6 percent from double-digit levels. 

After a distinguished profession as a professor at the Booth School of Business in America, he was commissioned by the International Monetary Fund as its Chief Economist. He was always a high-flyer, Rajan accomplished his education from India and abroad. 

Economic Rockstar Rajan’s three-year occupation as Reserve Bank of India 23rd Governor is recognized for bringing the broken Indian economy power back and for damaging underneath the increase tusks to 6 percent from double-digit levels. He left the office of the 23rd Governor of RBI on 4 September in the year 2016.

Economic Rockstar Rajan is a many of any honors he was conferred upon Rajan ‘Fischer Black Prize’ by American Finance Association’ in the year 2003. The prize is granted to genius economists below the age of 40 years old for their exceptional enrichment to the society of economics. Later he obtained the fifth ‘Deutsche Bank Prize for Financial Economics 2013’ for his extraordinary “innovative analysis job which changed economic and macro-economic systems around the globe” in the year 2013. To increase banking co-operations to approximately two-thirds of the people who are still stripped of banking abilities.