RBI removes APP, it will be easy to identify fake notes
In the recent past, the Narendra Modi government at the Center has issued new notes of Rs 2000, Rs 500, Rs 200, Rs 100, Rs 50 and Rs 10 in the country. This was considered a good step to ban fake notes. But now copies of these new notes are also being made. Fake notes are increasing day by day in the market. You will know many tricks to check counterfeit notes, yet there are many things related to the rupee that you may not know about. In such a situation, today we are going to tell you about the guidelines of Reserve Bank of India (RBI), through which you will be able to easily identify fake notes.
The security thread of the notes issued by RBI will have three words – Bharat, RBI and 2000. Along with this, its value is written in Devanagari on the left side of the note and there is also a watermark. There will be a picture of Mahatma Gandhi in the middle of the note. Ashoka Pillar is made on the right side of the note. Looking at the reverse side of the note, you will find that its printing year will be printed on its left side. The picture of Mangalyaan will be clearly visible in the middle of the note.
There is a geometric pattern on the note issued by RBI, which is very close to the picture of Gandhiji. When the note is tilted, the color of the security thread changes from green to blue. The new note of Mahatma Gandhi series bears the signature of the Governor of RBI. Along with this, the logo of Swachh Bharat will also be on the note. Identify such visually impaired people with visual impairment can also identify notes. Seven lines are made on the left and right sides of the front of the note. The value of the note is written in raised letters in a rectangular shape. The figure of Mahatma Gandhi on the note and the price written in letters is embossed. Along with this, the shape of Ashoka Pillar will also be embossed on the note.
This is the size of the notes, there is a fixed size of the notes issued by RBI. The size of 2000 rupee note is 66 × 166 mm. At the same time, the size of Rs 500 note is 66 × 150 mm. The size of 200 and 100 rupee notes are 66×146 and 66×142 mm respectively. The size of Rs 100 note is 63×142 mm and the size of Rs 50 note is 66×135 mm. The size of Rs 10 note issued by RBI is 63×123 mm.
If you have any problem in identifying the fake note then you can understand the complete details of the new note with photos and graphics on the website paisaboltahai.rbi.org.in. Information about the features of all notes will be found on this website. Along with this, the government is soon going to bring a system to identify currency notes through mobile phones. For this, the banking sector regulator Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has been given the responsibility to make a special mobile app. The main objective of developing this app is to help the visually impaired to recognize the notes. But efforts are also being made to identify the genuine and fake notes.
The government is soon going to bring a system to identify currency notes through mobile phones. For this, the banking sector regulator Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has been given the responsibility to make a special mobile app. The main objective of developing this app is to help the visually impaired to recognize the notes. But efforts are also being made to identify the genuine and fake notes. According to a senior official of the Union Finance Ministry, the RBI is exploring the possibility of making an app so that even the visually impaired person can know that it is an Indian note and how much is a note. He further said that the process of making the app related to the identification of currency notes has started. For this, after the agency is selected, it will be known in how many days the app will be ready.
How will Mani App work By opening this app and keeping the note in front of the camera, the app will recognize it and tell through the bid that it is a note of India and how much is a note. Along with this, efforts will also be made that this information can be given to the app user in some other way as well, so that even if a visually impaired person is deaf, he can easily get the information of the note.
There are 102 billion notes in circulation According to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), as of March 31, 2019, a total of 102 billion currency notes were in circulation in the country. Currently, notes worth Rs 18 lakh crore are in circulation in the denominations of Rs 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 2,000, including some one-rupee notes.
Notes of Rs 100 and above are marked with intaglio printing board technology, which can be recognized by visually impaired persons by touching them. But these marks wear out in the old note, which is difficult for the visually impaired to identify.