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Banks to stay shut for 15 days in April; test full record right here

It is to be famous that whereas lenders throughout India shall be closed on a few of the financial institution holidays, the others shall be noticed solely in sure areas

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Banks shall be closed for a complete of 15 days within the month of April this 12 months. This consists of Sundays, second and fourth Saturdays in addition to financial institution holidays that are listed on the vacation calendar record of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).

Customers must maintain the financial institution holidays in thoughts earlier than planning any banking work. It is to be famous that whereas lenders throughout India shall be closed on a few of the financial institution holidays, the others shall be noticed solely in sure areas. Online banking companies will proceed to stay practical on all financial institution holidays.

According to the RBI, right here is the record of banking holidays within the month of April:

  • 1 April: Banks all throughout the nation, besides in Aizawl, Chandigarh, Shillong, and Shimla, shall be closed on account of Yearly Closing of Bank Account
  • 2 April: Lenders shall be shut in Tamil Nadu, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa, Manipur and Telangana on account of Gudi Padwa/Ugadi Festival/1st Navratra/Telugu New Year’s Day/Sajibu Nongmapanba (Cheiraoba).
  • 3 April: Banks shall be closed as it’s a Sunday.
  • 4 April: Lenders shall be closed in Jharkhand because of Sarhul.
  • 5 April: Banks shall be closed in Telangana because of Babu Jagjivan Ram’s birthday.
  • 9 April: Lenders shall be shut all throughout India as it’s the second Saturday of the month.
  • 10 April: Banks will stay closed as it’s a Sunday.
  • 14 April: Banks throughout India, apart from Meghalaya and Himachal Pradesh shall be shut because of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Jayanti/Mahavir Jayanti/Baisakhi/Vaisakhi/Tamil New Year’s Day/Cheiraoba/Biju Festival/Bohag Bihu.
  • 15 April: Except for Rajasthan, Jammu and Srinagar, banks shall be shut throughout India because of Good Friday/Bengali New Year’s Day (Nababarsha)/Himachal Day/Vishu/Bohag Bihu.
  • 16 April: Lenders shall be closed in Assam because of Bohag Bihu.
  • 17 April: Lenders shall be closed throughout India because the day is a Sunday.
  • 21 April: Banks shall be shut in Agartala because of Garia Puja.
  • 23 April: Banks shall be closed because of it being the fourth Saturday of the month.
  • 24 April: Banks will proceed to be closed as it’s a Sunday.
  • 29 April: Lenders shall be shut In Jammu and Srinagar because of Shab-I-Qadr/Jumat-ul-Vida.

The RBI locations holidays beneath the Holiday beneath Negotiable Instruments Act and Real-Time Gross Settlement Holiday, Banks’ Closing of Accounts and Holiday beneath Negotiable Instruments Act classes.

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