New Delhi: With economic activity now nearing a full start across the country, the risk of corona infection is nowhere to be found. Therefore, everyone should try to avoid the risk of infection. For this, we should try to handle tasks from home and go out only when needed. Banks are also very important in the lives of ordinary people. But it often happens that we go to the bank branch to do our banking work and there it is reported that the banks are closed on that day. To avoid such inconveniences in times of crisis like the Corona epidemic, we must know when banks are closed.
According to the Reserve Bank of India, there are 10 festivals in October. In these ten days banks will take holidays in different parts of the country. In addition, banks will have a public holiday on the second and fourth Saturday in addition to every Sunday in October. The RBI made such an announcement in 2015. Let us know the date on which the banks will be closed in October.
As Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti falls on October 2, banks will have a nationwide holiday, according to information available on the RBI’s website. This will be followed by a weekly holiday in the banks, due to Sunday, October 4th. After this, banks across the country will be closed, with October 10 being the second Saturday and October 11 being the Sunday. Kati Bihu / Mera Chauran is on October 17 in Lanningthau Sanamahi. Banks in Assam and Imphal will be closed on this day. After this, due to Sunday, October 18, banks across the country will be closed.
Maha Saptami is on 23rd October. The day will be a bank holiday in Tripura, West Bengal and Meghalaya. This is followed by Mahasthami on 24th October. Banks in Tripura, Assam, Telangana, Imphal, Jammu, Kochi, West Bengal, Bihar and Kerala are closed on this day, but due to the fourth Saturday, banks across the country will remain closed. After this, due to Sunday, October 25, banks across the country will be closed.
October 26 is Vijayadashami. The bank will be on holiday in Tripura, Karnataka, Orissa, Tamil Nadu, Sikkim, Assam, Jammu, Kochi, West Bengal, Bihar, Kashmir and Kerala. After this, banks will be on holiday in Sikkim on 27th and 28th due to Durga Puja. After this, banks in Sikkim, Jammu, Kochi, Kashmir and Kerala will be given leave on October 29 due to Prophet Mohammad Jayanti and Durga Puja.
Eid-e-Milad will be celebrated on October 30. Banks will have holidays on this day in Tripura, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Uttarakhand, Telangana, Imphal, Jammu, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Delhi, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Kashmir. This is followed by Sardar Vallabh Bhai Jayanti on 31st October. Banks in Gujarat, Karnataka, Orissa and Shimla will have a bank holiday on this day.
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