Visiting Your Bank? Check the Full List of Bank Holidays In November, Total 10 Days, Including Weekends | Techy Kings


November bank holidays: Bank holidays vary by region. (Representation)

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released the list of bank holidays for the month of November. Banks will be closed for 10 days this month. This includes all Sundays and second and fourth Saturdays.

Bank holidays, as per the calendar provided by RBI, are notified under three categories – Negotiable Instruments Act, Holiday, Real Time Gross Settlement Holiday and Closure of Bank Accounts.

Bank holidays vary from region to region depending on the festival celebrated there or the notification of certain events in that state.

According to the RBI calendar, banks will not operate for four days in November due to regional holidays. These include Guru Nanak Jayanti, Kannada rajyotsava, Seng Kutsnem and Kanakadasa Jayanthi/Wangala Festival. Bank services will be affected at local branches in the respective states due to this festival.

It is advisable to plan your bank related work to avoid any inconvenience. However, it should be noted that facilities like online banking and UPI will be available to customers even when banks are closed on holidays.

Here is the complete list of bank holidays for the month of November 2022.

November 6: First Sunday

November 12: Second Saturday

November 13: Second Sunday

November 20: Third Sunday

November 26: Fourth Saturday

November 27: Fourth Sunday

National and Regional Holidays

November 1: Kannada rajyotsava/Kut – Bengaluru and Imphal

November 8: Guru Nanak Jayanti/Kartika Purnima/Rahas Purnima – Aizawl, Belapur, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Jammu, Kanpur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nagpur, New Delhi, Raipur, Ranchi, Shimla, and Srinagar.

November 11: Kanakadasa Jayanthi/Wangala Festival – Bengaluru and Shillong

November 23: Seng Kutsnem – Shillong

In December, banks will be closed for seven days due to regional and national festivals across the state.


Source link