New Delhi, Mar 23: Former Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Raghuram Rajan on Friday said that he doesn’t have time to be active on Twitter. Rajan, which has been active since January 2012, is being followed by nearly 3.2 lakh followers. Also Read - Bank Holiday Alert: Banks To Remain Closed For 4 Days From Today In These Cities | Full List Here
Speaking on the sidelines of the Future global digital summit in Kochi, the former RBI governor said, “I don’t have time. My sense in many of these things is that if you start engaging, you have to be a constant presence. I certainly don’t have the ability to think quickly and respond in 20-30 seconds in a 140-character tweet.” Also Read - Bank Alert: RTGS Won't Work on Sunday? NEFT To Remain Normal? Here's What RBI Says
Rajan, who is currently teaching at University of Chicago Booth School of Business, was one of the speakers at the Future global digital summit in Kerala. The summit was attended by Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani, Sajan Pillai of UST Global, and Harish Krishnan of CISCO. Also Read - RBI Grade B Result: Phase-1 Marksheet And Cutoff Released | Direct Link and Other Details Here
The leaders, at the summit, spoke and exchanged ideas on the crossing of technology and sectors such as banking, travel, health and education.