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Banks will be closed for a total of 15 days in April.

New Delhi: From today, banking services across the country will remain partially or completely closed for four consecutive days. According to the holiday schedule issued by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), banks will remain closed for a total of 15 days in April. Aside from the weekend, however, the days of bank closures across the country will vary.

RBI prepares the list of holidays on the basis of festivals and holidays which are unique to each state or region. Seven bank holidays in April have already been used. As a result, there are eight more holidays left in the month. Out of 15 holidays, four are Sundays and two are Saturdays.

Here is the list of holidays from 14th April:

14 April: Banks will remain closed in all states except Meghalaya and Himachal Pradesh for Ambedkar Jayanti, Mahavir Jayanti, Baisakhi, Vaisakhi, Tamil New Year’s Day, Cheeraoba, Biju Mahotsav, Bohag Bihu.

April 15: Banks will remain closed in all states except Rajasthan and Jammu and Kashmir on the occasion of Good Friday, Bengali New Year’s Day, Himachal Day, Vishu, Bohag Bihu.

April 16: Banks will remain closed on the occasion of Bohag Bihu in Assam.

April 17: sunday. Banks across India will remain closed.

April 21: Banks will remain closed in Tripura on account of Garia Puja.

23 April: Fourth Saturday. Banks across India will remain closed.

24 April: sunday. Banks across India will remain closed.

29 April: Banks will remain closed for Shab-e-Qadr/Jumat-ul-Vida in Jammu and Kashmir.

These were the holidays from April 1 to April 13:

April 1: Annual closing. Banks remained closed across India.

April 2: Banks remained closed in some parts of India on account of Gudi Padwa, Ugadi, Navratri.

April 3: sunday

April 4: Banks remained closed in Jharkhand for Sarhul.

April 5: Banks remained closed in Telangana on the birthday of Babu Jagjivan Ram.

9 April: second saturday

April 10: sunday

Since most banking services are now delivered online, the large number of holidays is unlikely to have a significant impact on business transactions. However, some banking services require actual interaction between the consumer and the bank’s employees. People should check with their banks ahead of time to see when they will close and how smoothly the services can be delivered.

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