make schedule in advance
As we mentioned, the banks will be closed for the next half month and there will be no work in them. In such a situation, if any work related to your bank is stalled, then either settle it in June itself or make a schedule for the next one in advance, so that you do not have to go round the bank unnecessarily. But the good thing is that the banks of all the states across the country will not remain closed for 15 days. Learn more why this is so.
Regional holidays are included
Some of the holidays fixed by the central bank RBI are regional holidays. Regional holidays mean that such holidays are for a particular state and not across the country. Banks remain closed on that day only in some states. Also, in other states, the functioning of all the banks continues as usual.
how many festivals
Banks will remain closed on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month in addition to 5 Sundays next month. Next we will tell the list of bank holidays across the country in July 2022 next month. Along with this, it will also tell on which day banks will be closed in which state. With this, you can make a schedule to deal with the work related to your bank.
these are holidays
1 July: Kang (Rathjatra) / Rath Yatra (Bhubaneswar and Imphal)
3 July : Sunday (All India)
7 July: Kharchi Puja (Agartala)
July 9: Second Saturday (All India)
See list of some more holidays
10 July : Sunday (All India)
11th July: Ez-ul-Aza
July 13: Bhanu Jayanti (Gangtok)
14 July: Ben Dienklam (Shillong)
Know the rest of the holidays
16 July: Harela (Dehradun)
17 July : Sunday (All India)
23 July: Fourth Saturday (All India)
24 July : Sunday (All India)
These are the rest of the holidays
26 July: Ker Puja (Agartala)
31st July : Sunday (All India)
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) guidelines clearly state that public sector, private sector, foreign banks, co-operative banks and regional banks in India will have to remain closed on specified dates. The categories under which RBI declares holidays for banks include the Negotiable Instruments Act, holidays, real time gross settlement holidays, and closure of accounts of banks. Bank holidays are different in different states of India. However, there are some days when banks are closed across India. These include Republic Day (January 26), Independence Day (August 15), Gandhi Jayanti (October 2) and Christmas Day (December 25). It is suggested that if you have any important work related to the bank, then you should complete it keeping such holidays in mind.