Reserve Bank of India Act,1934
Section 54 AA. Power of bank to depute its employees to other institutions
(1) The bank may, notwithstanding anything contained in any law, or in any agreement, for the time being in force, depute any member of its staff for such period as it may thinks fit-
(a) To any institution which is wholly or substantially owned by the bank;
(b) To the Development Bank, so, however, that no such deputation shall continue after the expiration of thirty months from the commencement of section 5 of the Public Financial Institutions Laws (Amendment) Act,1975;
(c) To the Unit Trust, so, however, that no such deputation shall continue after the expiration of thirty months from the date notified by the Central Government under sub-section (1) of section 4A of the Unit Trust of India Act,1963 (52 of 1963);
And thereupon the person so deputed shall, during the period of his deputation, render such service to the institution to which he is so deputed as that institution may require.
(2) Where a person has been deputed to an institution under sub-section (1), he shall not be entitled to claim any salary, emoluments and other terms and conditions of service, which he would not have been entitled to claim if he had not been so deputed.
(3) Nothing contained in this section shall empower the bank to depute any member of its staff to any institution on any salary, emoluments or other terms and conditions which is or are less favourable to him than that or those to which he is entitled immediately before such deputation.
(4) For the purposes of this section, an institution shall be deemed to substantially owned by the bank if in the capital of the institution the bank has not less than forty per cent share.
Explanation: The word “capital” means, in relation to the Unit Trust, the initial capital of that Trust.