Get rid of the necessary work of the bank, the banks will be closed for so many days in September! Here’s the list
The last month of the second quarter of the financial year 2020-21 is set to begin with the festive season. As per the RBI order, banks operating in the country are closed on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month in addition to Sundays. Also, September has some extra holidays and some regional festivals.
Banks in different parts of the country will be closed for about 12 days in September. However, due to the Corona crisis, banks are advising customers to come to the bank less, if necessary to leave home. You can find out in the list here what are the days in September when banks will be closed. Before this, you may have to finish your important work otherwise you may face difficulties.
Find out on which days banks will be closed in September 2020
September 01, Tuesday – Banks in Sikkim will be closed due to the third Onam due to Kerala and Jatra festival.
September 02, Wednesday – Banks in Gangtok, Kochi, Kerala and Thiruvananthapuram will be closed due to Pang Lhabsol and Shri Narayan Guru Jayanti.
September 6, Sunday- There will be a weekly holiday due to Sunday.
September 12 – As it is the second Saturday of the month, banks will have a holiday.
September 13 – Due to Sunday, the bank will have a weekly holiday.
Thursday, September 17 – Banks will be closed due to Mahalaya Amas in several other states, including Agartala, Bengaluru and Kolkata. There is also Vishwakarma Puja on 17th September.
September 20 – The bank will have a weekly holiday due to Sunday.
September 21, Monday – Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram will have a bank holiday on the occasion of Srinarayan Guru Samadhi Day.
September 23, Wednesday – Haryana Heroes Martyrs’ Day will be a bank holiday.
September 26 – The fourth Saturday of the month will be a holiday in the country’s banks.
September 27 – There will be a weekly holiday as it is a Sunday.
September 28, Monday – Sardar Bhagat Singh Jayanti will be a holiday in many banks in Punjab
An option to transact from an ATM is available
However, you can withdraw cash from ATMs and do mobile app and online transactions while the bank is closed. Also, it doesn’t matter if you forgot to do any work related to the bank on any current day in the month of September.
If you need cash even during holidays, you can withdraw money from ATMs. However, in the wake of the Corona epidemic, people are increasingly using digital transactions. Also, there are many people who believe in going to the bank and making transactions. So he needs to know about bank holidays.