RBI is not a universally recognised text or internet shorthand. However, RBI is a common abbreviation for Reserve Bank of India. In sports, RBI is an abbreviation for "runs batted in". Other than that, it is not a known text or internet shorthand as of 2016.
An RBI works like this, if a batter hit the ball, no matter in what situation ( besides getting out with 2 outs) and if they get out or not but they get a run in, it is an RBI. An RBI stands for runs batted in.
A batter gets an RBI if his groundout scored a runner. The only exception is if the batter hit into a double play, in which case no RBI is given. Of course if the runner scored on an error, and not on the groundout, there is also no RBI.
RBI 4 U Yes, the run scored by the batter, as well as each baserunner, is a run batted in (rbi). If the bases are loaded and the batter hits a home run that's four RBI. Yes Yes, it counts as one RBI; but if the bases are loaded, for instance, a home run counts for 4 RBIs.
RBI Stands for Reserve Bank of India. RBI is the central bank of India and they supervise the banking operations in the country. They do not provide banking accounts to individuals or company's So, the answer to your question is - No, you cannot open a current account for your company at RBI.