RBI bank holidays List - Is Bank closed Holiday on 14th August and 25th ?

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eMessage:
Bank closed on 14th and 25th August

eMessage made by – Social media and internet

Confirmation by Ayupp.com –True only for few regional offices

More Samples 

Banks are closed on 12th /13th /14th /15th. ...plan your primary accordingly.

Bank holidays in August 2017

12.08.17  (2nd Saturday)

13.08.17 Sunday

14.08.17  Monday (Krishna Jayanthi)

15.08.17 Tuesday (Independence day)

And again

25.08.17 ( Ganesh chaturthi)

26.08.17 (4th Saturday)

27.08.17 Sunday.

Plan your Banking work accordingly

Ayupp Analysis – As per directive from RBI, bank holidays are based on regional offices. It is categorized under 4 sections as shown below:

Holiday under Negotiable Instruments Act

Holiday under Negotiable Instruments Act and Real Time Gross Settlement Holiday

RBI's Annual Closing of Accounts

Banks’ Closing of Accounts and Real Time Gross Settlement Holiday

 

Let’s look at the holiday message:

Bank holidays in August 2017

12.08.17  (2nd Saturday)

Based on Regional Office

13.08.17 Sunday

Worldwide holiday on Sunday

14.08.17  Monday (Krishna Jayanthi)

Based on Regional Office

15.08.17 Tuesday (Independence day)

All banks holiday in India

25.08.17 ( Ganesh chaturthi)

Based on Regional Office

26.08.17 (4th Saturday)

Based on Regional Office

27.08.17 Sunday

Worldwide holiday on Sunday

 

 

Whenever you get any viral news with regards to bank holidays, please visit the RBI site. They have clearly given the list of bank holidays specific to each regional office.

As per RBI website this news is true for Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Gangtok and Hyderabad only. Check RBI site for complete details.

https://rbi.org.in/Scripts/HolidayMatrixDisplay.aspx



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