New Delhi: The month of September witnesses a number of non secular festivals being celebrated throughout the nation however doesn’t have many public holidays. In wake of non secular festivals which could hold the banking employees for varied banks engaged in performing sure ceremonies or rituals at residence, the Reserve Bank of India has introduced out the checklist of bank holidays in September.
In accordance with the checklist of bank holidays introduced by the RBI, most states wont have any banking operations on September 2, 17, and 21 as as of late might be noticed as Bank holidays for the upcoming month..
Here’s a take a look at the checklist of Bank Holidays falling within the month of September
|Pang-Lhabsol/Sree Narayana Guru Jayanthi||September 2|
|Mahalaya Amavasye||September 17|
|Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi Day||September 21|
As regional holidays are given by the state authorities, right here’s a state-wise checklist of bank holidays.
|Agartala, Tripura||September 17||Mahalaya Amavasye|
|Bengaluru, Karnataka||September 17||Mahalaya Amavasye|
|Gangtok, Sikkim||September 2||Pang-Lhabsol|
|Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram,, Kerala||September 2 and 21||Sree Narayana Guru Jayanthi/ Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi Day|
|Kolkata, West Bengal||September 17||Mahalaya Amavasye|
Moreover, each personal and public sector banks will stay closed on the second, fourth Saturday, and Sunday. Netbanking and cell banking services will proceed to function even on holidays except specified by the bank.