Vipin Malik

  • Dr. Sandip Ghose is, currently, the Director in National Institute of Securities Markets (NISM), Prior to joining NISM, he was the Head of Human Resource Management Department, Reserve Bank of India (RBI), overseeing the Strategic Management, Human Resource Development and Administrative Affairs across the country.
  • A central banker by profession, Mr. Ghose had held positions such as Regional Director of RBI, Delhi, and Secretary to the Bank’s Local Board of Directors in North India. Besides, he also served as Chief General Manager and Principal of the College of Agricultural Banking in Pune, Chief of Staff and Advisor to three successive RBI Governors – Dr. C. Rangarajan, Dr. Bimal Jalan, and Dr. Y.V. Reddy – over a period of nine years, i.e. 1996-2004.
  • Mr. Ghose was instrumental in setting up the Human Resources Department in RBI in 1995 and headed the same during 2004 to 2007, encompassing recruitment, training & development, performance & talent management, as also compensation, welfare and industrial relations. During this time, he was also the Principal, Bankers’ Training College, Mumbai (now known as the Centre for Advanced Financial Learning) where he was responsible for grooming and capacity building of the top management of the commercial banks in India.
  • During his career, Mr. Ghose had received several prestigious awards. Among them are the Jagdeep Khandpur Award for Outstanding HR Leadership, Pride of HR Profession Award by the Institute of Public Enterprises and HR Leader of the Year Award by the Asia Pacific HRM Congress. For his contribution to the field of HR and the Society at large, he has been conferred with an Honorary Doctoral Degree by the Eastern Institute of Integrated Learning and Management, Sikkim University.
  • Mr. Ghose has a postgraduate degree in History and has had exposure to executive education at the top business schools in India and abroad. He continues to serve as Director/Member on the boards of national and international training institutions and business schools.