Bank holidays in June and July in these days, see full calendar of holidays and plan your work

The bank has fewer holidays this time in June but the bank holiday round is set to resume from July. The customer is not going to have much trouble in handling banking operations in June 2021. The bank is going to remain closed for just 3 days, that too in select cities. In addition, the holiday will be a regular holiday on Saturdays and Sundays. According to bank holiday calendar of RBI, banks will be normal in June. Banks are scheduled to remain closed in select cities on June 15, 25 and 30 next month.

These include leave in Aizwal and Bhuvneshwar on June 15. In addition, banks will remain closed in Jammu and Srinagar on June 25. On 30th June also, there will be a holiday in Aizwal. In addition, 2 Saturdays and 4 Sundays are falling.

In July 2021, bankers are scheduled to get a total of 9 additional leave. However, only a few of these holidays are common i.e. Some of the holidays are in terms of States. In addition, banks will remain closed on Saturdays and Sundays for 6 days. That is, there will be a holiday for about 15 days.

Bank Closed List

June 6 - Sunday (Weekly Holiday)

June 12 - Second Saturday (Banks remain closed)

June 13 - Sunday (Weekly Holiday)

June 15 - Mithun Sankranti and Raj Parv (Bank closed at Ezwal-Mizoram, Bhubaneswar)

June 20 - Sunday (Weekly Holiday)

June 25 - Birth Anniversary of Guru Hargobind ji (Bank closure of Jammu and Srinagar)

June 26 - Second Saturday (Weekly Holiday)

June 27 - Sunday (Weekly Holiday)

June 30 - Ramna Ni (holiday in Edgewall)

What service are you getting

- Cash Ordering (On call pick up)
- Cash Delivery (Beat pick up)
- Cheque pickup
- take 15 H Form
- Orderdrafts
- Ordering term deposit information
- Obtaining life certificate (Life certificate)
- KYC documents
Order cash at home

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